Our mission is to provide ideas, solutions and value-added services that benefit our customers, stakeholders and communities. One of the ways that we will achieve this goal is by systematically upgrading older areas of our electrical distribution system or re-locating our infrastructure to meet new roadway requirements.

Customers and families rely more than ever on safe, reliable power to study and work from home. Our crews continue working on essential rebuild and maintenance projects in the communities we serve. Brief outages are required in order to work safely. Customers will be notified in advance of planned outages. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

For more information on any projects in our communities, or if you would like the information in another format, please feel free to  email our Engineering Team.

Projects in the City of Cambridge

Dundas Street Relocation

Streets: Dundas Street from Lowell Street to Shade Street

Timing: March to May 2021


Centre Street Relocation

Streets: Centre Street from Concession Street to South Street

Timing: May to September 2021


Short Street Relocation

Streets: Short Street from Centre Street to Dead-End

Timing: May to September 2021


Westminister Drive North Relocation

Streets: Westminister Drive North from King Street to Margaret Avenue

Timing: May to September 2021


Industrial Park Campus

Streets: Intermarket Road from Boychuck Drive to Allendale Road

Timing: May to September 2021


Projects in the Township of North Dumfries

No projects underway.

Projects in the County of Brant

Ellis Ave Rebuild

Streets: Ellis Avenue East of Mt. Pleasant  

Timing: February to April 2021  


Lynden Road Rebuild

Streets: McMillan Road to Johnson Road

Timing: March to May 2021


Servicing Park Meadows Overhead Industrial Subdivision

Streets: Rest Acres Road at Powerline Road

Timing: June to September 2021

Emergency Notifications **Medic Alert Customers**

For some of our customers, a power interruption may mean they need to make back-up plans to ensure equipment important to their well being keeps working. Sometimes the power supply is affected by unplanned interruptions outside of our control, such as extreme weather, vehicle accidents or equipment failure. Other times outages are due to planned maintenance and repair work. Where possible, we will try to contact customers who need electricity for medical reasons, to notify them of the outage. If the length of an outage will be extreme, these customers may need to make other arrangements.

If you would like your name added to our list of contact names and telephone numbers for those that rely on electrical medical equipment for their personal well being, please call our Customer Care Team:

(519) 621-3530 - customers in the City of Cambridge, the Township of North Dumfries

(519) 442-2215 or 1-877-871-2215 - customers in the County of Brant