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Welcome to Canadian Niagara Power

 

We proudly and safely distribute electricity to over 24,800 homes and businesses in the communities of Fort Erie and Port Colborne, Ontario. Canadian Niagara Power Inc. ("Canadian Niagara Power") is also responsible for the maintenance of the local electricity distribution system.

Our website provides you with access to a broad range of information, whether you are a residential or commercial customer. With a long history of serving our communities, Canadian Niagara Power takes great pride in providing professional service and competitive rates to our customers.

If you are unable to find the information you require within our website, or have further questions, please visit us at our Customer Service Centre in Fort Erie at 1130 Bertie Street or reach us by telephone: customers in Fort Erie call 905.871.0330 and Port Colborne customers call 905.835.0051. You can also reach our team of customer service representatives by completing our online contact form.

 

Recent News and Media

Electrical Safety Authority kicks off Powerline Safety Week

Monday, May 11, 2015

Click this link to read the ESA's news release regarding Powerline Safety Week. http://www.newswire.ca/en/story/1533897/-respectthepower-powerline-safety-awareness-week-may-11-to-17-urges-ontarians-to-be-mindful-of-powerlines
                                        

 

 

CNP 2015 Spring & Summer Newsletter

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

To access the CNP 2015 Spring & Summer Newsletter click here.
 

OEB Sets New Summer Electricity Prices for Households and Small Businesses

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

April 20, 2015 - The OEB announced the new time-of-use (TOU) electricity prices for households and small businesses starting May 1, 2015. The average household using 800 kWh per month will see an increase of approximately $5.71 per month (about 4.6% on the total bill).  The OEB sites increased costs from Ontario Power Generation’s nuclear and hydro-electric power plants coupled with costs for new generation as drivers for the increase.

The increase represents a 2:1 ratio between on- and off-peak prices that will benefit customers who shift their usage to off-peak time periods.

For more information please see the attached media release from the OEB by clicking on the following link:  http://www.ontarioenergyboard.ca/oeb/_Documents/Press%20Releases/NR_RPP_20150420.pdf