Electrical Business


Brantford Power and Energy+ merge into GrandBridge Energy

April 8, 2022 | By Anthony Capkun

April 8, 2022 – A new local electricity distribution company in Ontario that will service customers in Brantford, Cambridge, Brant County and North Dumfries will be known as GrandBridge Energy commencing Q2 2022.

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“GrandBridge Energy is both a nod to the Grand River and our unwavering commitment to service excellence,” said Energy+ president & CEO Ian Miles. “It signifies the two-way connection between companies, communities and employees, and imparts a sense of accessibility; that there is always an open pathway to reach out to connect.”

GrandBridge Energy will be the seventh-largest municipally owned electricity distributor in the province (City of Brantford, City of Cambridge, and the Township of North Dumfries). The holding company for all businesses will be GrandBridge Corporation, and GrandBridge Group will be the name for the non-regulated companies.


“The GrandBridge Energy name and logo represent optimism and new beginnings, while promising a lasting commitment to provide safe, reliable and innovative solutions that benefit our customers and communities,” said Paul Kwasnik, president & CEO of Brantford Power.

Brantford Power and Energy+ will start a brand awareness campaign to inform and educate their customers and communities on the new name and logo, and what to expect once the merger is completed.

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