Alectra’s $18.7 million grid investment in Brampton will provide reliability and support city growth
Alectra’s grid investment in Brampton

Brampton, ON – Alectra Utilities is addressing increasing customer electricity demands by reinforcing its power grid in Brampton. In 2023, Alectra is investing $18.7 million in Brampton to construct and renew infrastructure. 

With parts of Brampton`s system reaching the end of its life cycle, renewing the deteriorating infrastructure is necessary to maintain reliability. This series of infrastructure upgrades will stabilize the existing system and reduce outage impacts in the community. 

In 2023, Alectra plans to continue to invest in capital renewal projects across Brampton, including: 

  • $9.2M to renew infrastructure including switchgear equipment, poles, and transformers in Central North Brampton 
  • $2.3M to renew old infrastructure on Hansen Road 
  • $4.3M to rehabilitate underground cable at Bovaird-Dixie-Queen-Hwy 410 Brampton, Kennedy-Wanless-Main, Bovaird-Dixie-Queen-Hwy 410 
  • $1.7M to construct new feeder lines on Egress Salvation Road to Wanless Drive, to accommodate growth and development 
  • $1.15M to upgrade net new automated devices for faster restoration in Central North Brampton 

Alectra Utilities is committed to investing in the electricity grid across all 17 communities it serves to support growth and to continue to provide safe and reliable service. Learn more about our commitment to reliability at

About Alectra Utilities 

Serving more than one million homes and businesses in Ontario’s Greater Golden Horseshoe area, Alectra Utilities is now the largest municipally-owned electric utility in Canada, based on the total number of customers served. We contribute to the economic growth and vibrancy of the 17 communities we serve by investing in essential energy infrastructure, delivering a safe and reliable supply of electricity, and providing innovative energy solutions. Our mission is to be an energy ally, helping our customers and the communities we serve to discover the possibilities of tomorrow’s energy future. 

Media Contact

Ashley Trgachef, Media Spokesperson | Telephone: 416.402.5469 | 24/7 Media Line: 1-833-MEDIA-LN

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