All Grimsby Power residential customers, with the exception of those enrolled with an energy retailer, pay the Regulated Price Plan (RPP) which are time-of-use rates for electricity. The RPP price and price periods are set by the Ontario Energy Board and are subject to change on May 1stand November 1st of each year. The link below provides the time of use rates and price periods for both summer and winter.
Other charges on your electricity bill, including delivery and regulatory charges are available on the Tariff of Rates and Charges as approved by the OEB. Residential customers fall under the Residential Service Classification.
Customers can use the OEB calculator to estimate invoices and compare rates from Grimsby Power to other providers and retailers.
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