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How do I open an electrical account with BC Hydro?

Opening a BC Hydro account to get electrical service at your home or business takes just a few steps. Start by letting us know what type of electrical service you need, and where. Get started by selecting your service below and signing up online. Open a new BC Hydro account for your home (or a second residential BC Hydro account)

Can I move my BC Hydro service to a new location?

If youre moving to an address that has an electrical connection, go immediately to start, stop or move your service. If you need BC Hydro service at a location that does not have an electrical connection (such as a new condo development, new vacation home or cabin), you will need to apply for a new electrical connection.

Do you have to pay for BC Hydro to install meters?

For secondary voltage (750V and less) electrical connections, you must pay a standard charge for the installation of a meter and wire/cable between BC Hydro infrastructure and your meter base, wiring or switch if applicable. If additional infrastructure is required, you may also pay an extension fee.

How do I request a new connection to myhydro?

Log in to your MyHydro profile and start a request. We’ll guide you through the requirements that need to be met for overhead and underground connections. Learn more about the fees that you can expect for new connections and modifications.

How do I open a BC Hydro account?

Opening a BC Hydro account to get electrical service at your home or business takes just a few steps. Start by letting us know what type of electrical service you need, and where. Get started by selecting your service below and signing up online.

What should I know as a BC Hydro customer?

What you should know as a BC Hydro customer Moving Close New BC Hydro customers Move or cancel your service Electrical connections Close Electrical service connections & outages during COVID-19 Using MyHydro for electrical service connection requests Single-residential connections Charges & fees for connections

How do I move or cancel BC Hydro electricity service?

Getting ready to move? You can submit a request online to move, start or cancel BC Hydro electricity service in just a few steps. If youre moving its important that you contact us well before your move in date to set up your electricity service.

What happens if I cant pay my BC Hydro Bill?

We also allow you to report a late payment and we provide options if you cant pay right now. Log in to your banks website, go to the pay bill section and add or select BC Hydro as a payee. You’ll need to have your BC Hydro account number on hand.

How do I connect to Hydro‑Québec?

The connection point marks where Hydro‑Québec’s responsibility ends and yours begins. Connection is always performed by Hydro‑Québec and must be requested by a master electrician. Service charges apply and will vary depending on the extent of the work required. Authorize your master electrician to submit a connection request to Hydro‑Québec.

How do I apply to BC Hydro?

The online application is available to BC Hydro customers, electrical contractors, property developers, electrical consultants and project managers, and is accessible through any device, including a smart phone or tablet. make electrical service connection requests, including new connections and modifications to existing connections

How do I request an overhead or underground connection?

Log in to your MyHydro profile and start a request. We’ll guide you through the requirements that need to be met for overhead and underground connections. Learn more about the fees that you can expect for new connections and modifications. Log in to your MyHydro profile and start a request for a connection that requires electrical design.

How do I request an electrical design for a connection?

Log in to your MyHydro profile and start a request for a connection that requires electrical design. The online application will walk you through the steps you or your project representative need to follow.

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