Below is a sample residential customer bill. Please refer to the chart below the bill picture to help identify features on your bill.

  GrandBridge Energy formerly Energy+ residential electricity bill

 1. Return Stub
Tear this portion off and return it with your payment.
 2. For Your Records
This section shows your meter number (also found on your hydro meter base), your billing period (previous read to current read and dates reads were obtained), as well as your overall usage in kilowatt hours for the month. If you are a customer in the Brant County service area and are billed for water services, you will see your water meter reading dates, meter number and cubic meters used during that billing period. 
 3. Average Daily Consumption Graph
A graphic comparison of the electricity consumption over the last thirteen (13) bills in your household and businesses, without Demand (GS < 50kW).
 4. Account Statement
A summary of transactions since your last bill. The service address is shown in the grey Billing Summary tool bar.
 5. Summary of Charges

An itemized summary of the cost for services provided during the current billing period. If you are in a retailer contract, you will see the name and toll-free phone number of your retailer provider in this section. The Ontario Electricity Support Program credit and/or the Ontario Electricity Rebate will show as line items in this section.


This is the cost of the electricity supplied to you during the billing period and is the part of the bill that is subject to competition.  


These are the costs of delivering electricity from generating stations across the Province to GrandBridge Energy and then to your home or business. This includes the costs to build and maintain the transmission and distribution lines, towers and poles and operate provincial and local electricity systems.

A portion of these charges are fixed and do not change from month to month. The rest are variable and increase or decrease depending on the amount of electricity that you use.

The delivery charge also includes costs relating to electricity lost through distributing electricity to your home or business*. GrandBridge Energy collects this money and pays this amount directly to our suppliers.

* When electricity is delivered over a power line, it is normal for a small amount of power to be consumed or lost as heat. Equipment, such as wires and transformers, consumes power before it gets to your home or business.

Regulatory Charges

Regulatory charges are the costs of administering the wholesale electricity system and maintaining the reliability of the provincial grid.

Ontario Electricity Rebate (OER)

This rebate reduces the pre-HST costs by 17.0% (new rate as of May 1, 2022) on the base amount on electrical usage charges only for most residential, farms and small business customers. The OER is an expansion of the former 8 per cent rebate and a replacement of the rate reduction. Additional information is available here

(1) Effective July 1, 2013, Regulation Changes require the Loss Adjustment Charges for Retailer Contract Customers to continue to be displayed in the Electricity Charges on the customer bill and the Loss Adjustment Charges for RPP Tiered and Time-of-Use Customers to be displayed in the Delivery Charges on the customer bill.

6. Total Ontario Support
The summary shows the total credit amount on your bill from Ontario electricity support programs including Ontario Electricity Rebate and/or Ontario Electricity Support Program.
7. Summary of Your Bill at a Glance
The summary shows your Account Number, Amount Due, Due Date and details about Late Payment charges. Bill payment is due 23 days from the bill issue date shown on the bill.
8. Contact Information 
At the bottom of the bill is where you'll find our address, website and email information.