The commit message removing ondemand.service has several bug references, too:

remove Ubuntu-specific ondemand.service
New processors handle scaling/throttling in internal firmware
(e.g. intel_pstate), and do not require OS config.

Additionally, nobody else does this, not even Debian.

And finally, this has caused problems for years, e.g.:

IMO the kernel is a better place for setting the default governor properly and 
can even set different governors in cloud-specific kernels.
If the decision is to control the governor in user space in Ubuntu I'd prefer a 
solution shipped in an other package because systemd does too many things 

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  Bring back ondemand.service or switch kernel default governor for
  pstate - pstate now defaults to performance governor

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