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    2021 Rate Application

    North Bay Hydro Distribution Limited’s application to its Regulator, the Ontario Energy Board (OEB), to change its electricity distribution rates was filed on January 5th, 2020. The rate changes will affect all customer classes. The rate changes are proposed to be effective May 1, 2021, when approved.

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    Update July 21, 2021: The CEAP and CEAP for Small Business programs are now closed.


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    ACQUISITION OF ESPANOLA REGIONAL HYDRO

    North Bay Hydro Distribution Limited is welcoming staff and customers from the Espanola and Sables Spanish-Rivers areas. The first phase of the two-phase transaction, approved by the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) allows North Bay Hydro Distribution Limited (NBHDL) and New Espanola Hydro to operate as independent but affiliated utilities until 2022. It will be business as usual for customers of both utilities…

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Before You Dig!

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Dig Safely

If you plan on digging on your property to install a fence, plant a tree, or for other reasons, have a cable locate done to ensure you don’t come into contact with underground electrical cables. Striking an underground cable can result in serious injuries or death. By contacting Ontario One Call before you dig, you’ll stay safe and avoid unnecessary damage to buried lines.

To request an underground cable locate: 

  • Call Ontario One Call at 1-800-400-2255
  • Submit an e-ticket at on1call.com

Ontario One Call is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Please provide at least five working days’ notice. After Ontario One Call dispatches your request and we determine that there are cables in the area to be excavated, a service representative will visit your premises and mark them free of charge.