MyHydroEye Time-of-Use (TOU) Web Portal can provide quick and easy access to electricity consumption and cost information for Small Commercial customers of Grimsby Power. With MyHydroEye, you can view your usage and costs at multiple levels of detail (e.g. hourly, daily, monthly, bill period) in a variety of graphical and tabular formats. You can also view bill predictions and set up usage and cost alerts to help you in monitoring and managing your electricity consumption.
MyHydroEye is a Time-of-Use web tool designed for use by electricity consumers. It integrates with Ontario's MDM/R system providing capability for consumers to view electricity consumption at a detailed level.
To register, you will need your account number and the activation code provided on your invoice.
Grimsby Power MyHydroEye has extended the application to Smartphones such as Android and iPhone, enabling our customers to conveniently monitor and manage their energy consumption while on the go.
In order to use Grimsby Power MyHydroEye, you must first be registered with Grimsby Power MyHydroEye. If you are already registered you can access Grimsby Power MyHydroEye on your smart phone via: https://tou.grimsbypower.com/mobile .
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