Energy+ Inc. has applied to its regulator, the Ontario Energy Board (OEB), to change its electricity distribution rates effective January 1, 2019, to harmonize the rates and charges in Cambridge and North Dumfries and Brant County service areas. Energy+ Inc. has also applied to introduce a new standby charge. If the application is approved, the rate changes will affect all customer classes - residential, small business, commercial, industrial and institutional. 

View the Ontario Energy Board Notice to Customers of Energy+ Inc.

View the Energy+ Inc. 2019 Cost of Service Rate Application - Board File No: EB-2018-0028    ** Note file is 194MB and will take time to load.

You may also view the Energy+ application documents EB-2018-0028 on the Ontario Energy Board Portal

Responses to Technical Conference Questions

January 22, 2019 - Responses to OEB Board Staff and Intervenors' Technical Conference Questions (31MB)      Part 2 (26 MB)

Responses to Intervenor Questions

View the Cover Letter to the Ontario Energy Board:  2019 Cost of Service Application Responses to Interrogatories - Board File No: EB-2018-0028 

Learn More. Be Informed.

Energy+ Inc. and the Ontario Energy Board would like customers to actively participate in the application process.

The OEB hosted a meeting on the evening of July 11, 2018 at the Galt Legion, Cambridge,so that customers could:

  • Learn more about Energy+'s costs and rate application.
  • Find out how the OEB will review the application.
  • Get involved and provide comments about the application to the OEB.

View the  Energy+ Inc. Community Meeting Presentation

Renewed Regulatory Framework for Electricity Distributors

As part of the OEB's Energy+’s Renewed Regulatory Framework for Electricity Distributors: A Performance-Based Approach, Energy+'s Application must demonstrate it supports the four (4) key objectives :

  1. Customer Focus: services are provided in a manner that responds to identified customer preferences;
  2. Operational Effectiveness: continuous improvement in productivity and cost performance is achieved; and the utility delivers on system reliability and quality objectives;
  3. Public Policy Responsiveness: utility delivers on obligations mandated by government (e.g., in legislation and in regulatory requirements imposed further to Ministerial directives to the Board); and
  4. Financial Performance: financial viability is maintained; and savings from operational effectiveness are sustainable.