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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.
North Bay Hydro Distribution limited (NBHDL) is pleased to support the Ontario Governments launch of the COVID-19 Energy Assistance Program for Residential Customers (CEAP) and, starting August 31, the COVID-19 Energy Assistance Program for Small Business (CEAP-SB) . The Government of Ontario is providing relief to support eligible customers struggling to pay their energy bills as a result of COVID-19.
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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Our friends at Greening Nipissing have put together a survey for the North Bay Hydro Tree Planting Program:
The Tree Planting Program is meant to help increase the tree canopy as North Bay Hydro is pruning and removing trees that present a hazard to power lines. North Bay Hydro connected with Greening Nipissing to develop a 10 year plan to maintain and even increase North Bay’s canopy. With funding and support from the City of North Bay and TD Canada Trust, this program will provide residents with trees as well as planting trees and shrubbery in City parks and community areas.
North Bay Hydro, Greening Nipissing, the City of North Bay and TD Canada Trust have 100 mature trees this year that they will be planting for residents as well as 100 trees and shrubs they will be planting in City parks and public areas. This summer there will also be 500 seedlings available at the North Bay Farmer’s Market for planting.
Residents can call North Bay Hydro at 705.474.8100 ext. 307 or 333 to request a tree. There is a limited number of trees each year. Trees will be given on a first come, first serve basis.
North Bay Hydro will visit your home to determine the best place to plant a tree based on where Hydro lines are located. They will recommend a height of tree that will not interfere with the lines.
The trees available are: