Posted January 2nd, 2015
The Ontario Energy Board approved new electricity delivery rates for Grimsby Power December 4, 2014 for implementation on January 1, 2015. For details click here, or refer to the Bill Insert Notice.Read Full Article
Posted December 16th, 2014
Grimsby Power your local power provider recently held a contest to help us be more environmentally friendly by putting an end to paper billing and signing up for e-Billing. All new registrants were eligible to win a $50.00 gift certificate to support our local merchants. There were 25 gift certificates awarded as well as our grand prize of a Samsung Galaxy Tab S 16GB Tablet. The following is a list of our winners:
$50.00 Merchants of Downtown Grimsby Gift Certificates
ERIC & MEGHAN HANSEN
R. SCOTT & DEBRA MILLER
RICHARD & PATRICIA HOWARD
STEVEN & LINDSAY MANDULA
SUSAN & BRIAN LOVE
RICCARDO & CHRISTINE CASTELLI
KIM & WILLIAM KISER
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 16GB Tablet
Congratulations to HEIDI & BEN AVELLA pictured here with Grimsby Power’s CEO Doug Curtiss:
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Posted November 28th, 2014
Grimsby Power Inc. and Niagara West Transformation Corporation have announced their intent to merge with an application filed with the Ontario Energy Board. The application complete with evidence and Ontario Energy Board Notice are available here.Read Full Article
Posted October 16th, 2014
Oct 16, 2014 - Grimsby Power is currently aware of a large power outage affecting feeder lines on the east side of Grimsby. Line crews have been dispatched and the power should be restored shortly.Read Full Article
Posted October 16th, 2014
Oct 16, 2014 - 2:15pm - Power has been restored in the Grimsby service area.Read Full Article
Posted September 24th, 2014
The Ontario Energy Board has required all electricity distributors to post an annual scorecard on select performance measures to their website by September 25, 2014. The scorecard covers the period 2009 - 2013. The values on these scorecards were derived from information provided to the OEB in accordance with their Reporting and Record-keeping Requirements ("RRR") and from calculations performed by consultants to the OEB.
The scorecard for Grimsby Power is posted in the Regulatory section of the Grimsby Power website, and may also be accessed on the following link:
In addition, Grimsby Power has filed a Management Discussion and Analysis with the OEB that provides additional information on the values portrayed in the scorecard. It is posted in the Regulatory section of the Grimsby Power website, and may also be accessed on the following link:
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Posted September 5th, 2014
The CEO of Grimsby Power Inc., Doug Curtiss along with several staff volunteers accepted the ALS ice bucket challenge. On September 4th, they gathered in the back lot and allowed themselves to be drenched with an oversized bucket load of water and ice using the bucket truck. Doug challenged members of the EDA's Niagara Grand District executive to follow suit.
The following is a link to the video of the event. ALS Ice Bucket Challenge - Grimsby PowerRead Full Article
Posted September 2nd, 2014
The Ontario Energy Board ("OEB") has today issued a Notice of Application and Hearing relating to the application by Grimsby Power for 2015 rates. Note that the $0.38 additional charge referred to in the Notice applies to charges which are to the benefit of Grimsby Power. Other costs which provide no benefit to Grimsby Power are proposed to increase in the application. A household with an average consumption of 800 kWh per month may see a 3.68% increase in their monthly bill. The rates are proposed and subject to change. Grimsby Power will notify customers as rates are finalized.
Attached is the Notice of Application and Hearing for Grimsby Power's 2015 Rate Application:
Customers may view the details of the rate application by clicking on the following link to review the associated files. The OEB has assigned file number EB-2014-0076 to the application, and it may be accessed on the Ontario Energy Board website using that case number:
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Posted August 22nd, 2014
Each year, Grimsby Power is required under directives from the Ontario Energy Board ("OEB") to submit a proposal for new electricity rates for the upcoming calendar year. The 2015 Rate Application was submitted to the OEB on August 13, 2014 and may be viewed on the Ontario Energy Board's website under Grimsby Power's filing number EB-2014-0076. A link to the site has been created under the Regulatory section of this website.
The application is formulaic in nature and is tied to inflation, recovery of permissible costs and in accordance with forecast changes to transmission and other rates beyond the control of Grimsby Power. The portion of costs over which Grimsby Power has control is proposed to increase by approximately 1.4% in 2015, in line with inflation. The rates are subject to change, with a final decision from the OEB expected toward the end of 2014.
Total bill impacts for residential customers would show an increase in the range of between 2.5% and 3.9%. A household with an average consumption of 800 kWh per month would potentially see an increase of $4.41, from $119.63 to $124.04 per month.
The bill impacts for business customers would be higher, in the range of between 6.7% to 9.6%. A small business with an average consumption of 2,000 kWh per month would potentially see an increase of $18.96 (6.7%), from $284.16 to $303.12.
For business customers whose electricity demand is greater than 50 kW, Grimsby Power has prepared a letter providing more detail, which may be viewed at the following link: Letter to General Service 50 to 4,999 kW Customers.
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Posted August 8th, 2014
Over the last week news reports of unexplained fires have been linked to Sensus smart meters installed in Saskatchewan. Grimsby Power utilizes Sensus meters and is keeping up to date on the latest information regarding this issue. Grimsby Power is committed to communicating with our customers about this issue. Follow the link to the latest press release involving Sensus:Read Full Article
Starting January 1, 2021, a portion of renewable energy contract costs will be funded by the Ontario government instead of electricity customers. This will lower electricity bills for large and mid-sized commercial and industrial consumers who do not participate in the Regulated Price Plan (RPP) or receive the Ontario Electricity Rebate (OER) by reducing Global Adjustment (GA) costs. Class A consumers could see savings of about 15 per cent on their bills, while non-RPP Class B consumers could see savings of about 16 per cent on their bills*. Actual savings will vary depending on customers’ location and electricity consumption. RPP customers who receive the OER, such as residential, small business and farm consumers, will receive an adjusted rebate percentage starting January 1, 2021, to keep the average residential bill flat compared to November 2020. For a temporary period of 28 days starting January 1, 2021, all RPP customers, including those paying both time-of-use and tiered rates, will also benefit from being billed at the off-peak rate for 24 hours a day, seven days a week. *In 2021, Class A and Class B consumers could see savings of about 11% and 12%, respectively, due to the Global Adjustment (GA) deferral repayment in effect for 12 months starting January 2021.READ ALL ARTICLES
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