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Posted On Wednesday, June 26, 2019

sandy beach Cambridge & Brant County, ON (June 26, 2019) –With the upcoming Canada Day long weekend, and hopefully some long-awaited summer heat just around the corner, Energy+ is encouraging customers to shift non-essential electricity to mid-peak or off-peak periods this summer, whenever possible.  Typically, demand for electricity peaks during the hottest part of the afternoon, when air conditioners are running on high, and that’s when Time-of-Use rates are also...
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Posted On Friday, June 07, 2019

Cambridge, ON (June 7, 2019) – Top-performing energy technology students from Conestoga College were honoured with Academic Excellence Awards from Energy+, at an awards ceremony hosted by Conestoga College on June 6, 2019. Derek Penner and Ian Birtch each received $1,000 from Energy+ to contribute to their third year of studies in the Electrical Engineering Technology and Energy Systems Engineering Technology programs.
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Posted On Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Dig Safe Underground cable locates are legally required before digging projects start
Cambridge & Brant County, ON  (May 22, 2019) – The warmer weather is finally here and along with it comes the busy digging season. Energy+ is reminding customers in the City of Cambridge, the Township of North Dumfries, the County of Brant and areas around Brantford, that to avoid knocking out power and damaging critical services in their neighbourhoods, they must call Ontario...

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Posted On Monday, May 13, 2019

Overhead powerline safety CAMBRIDGE, BRANT COUNTY, ON (May 13, 2019) – As the Victoria Day long weekend approaches, Energy+ is reminding residents and contractors working outdoors to be aware of powerline dangers lurking silently, overhead and underground, around homes and businesses. Outdoor activities such as building fences and decks, cleaning eaves troughs, repairing or replacing roofs, taking down seasonal lights, trimming and planting trees, flying kites, drones and climbing trees, all...
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Posted On Wednesday, April 17, 2019

TORONTO (April 17, 2019) - The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) today announced there will be little change to electricity prices on May 1, and that summer time-of-use (TOU) hours come into effect. For residential and small business customers that buy their electricity from their utility, the new TOU prices set by the OEB for May 1, 2019 under the Regulated Price Plan (RPP) are shown in the attached media release ...

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