Maritime Electric
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Maritime Electric is the supplier of electricity in Prince Edward Island Canada. Maritime Electric is a public utility regulated by the Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission under the Electric Power Act and the Renewable Energy Act. Electricity rates and directives over all operations and expenditures are subject to IRAC’s approval.

Maritime Electric reported at 2:15 p.m. on Saturday that 900 Island homes are currently without power.1
The Maritime Electric Victorian Holiday Celebration November 19, 2004 January 4, 2005 Wintertide - The Maritime Electric Holiday Celebration, adds spirit and sparkle to Historic Charlottetowns 2
Maritime Electric was able to restore power to Charlottetown and most of eastern P.E.I.3
Maritime Electric, a subsidiary of St. John's-based Fortis Inc.4
expansion to Maritime Electric Company Limited at 90 per cent of what it would have cost the power utility to purchase the energy from off-Island.5
1994: Fortis acquires 100 percent of Maritime Electric of Prince Edward Island. 1998: Fortis acquires a 50 percent share of Canadian Niagara Power Company. 2001: Fortis, Inc.6
Maritime Electric sponsors the Confederation Centre's Choral Music Program.7
Maritime Electric has modified its plans for a third interconnection power cable to the mainland, and it will cost about $78 million.8
That replacement energy is costing Maritime Electric $2 million more each month. It's a cost the utility will now have to bear for longer than it had hoped.9

Maritime Electric are wholly-owned subsidiaries serving customers in the provinces of Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island, respectively.10
The power will be sold to Maritime Electric Company Limited for distribution, at a premium price, to provincial and Government of Canada offices in the province.11
Maritime Electric, a subsidiary of the international power company Fortis, has put up high-voltage power lines through what may very well be the most beautiful place in all of 12
The Province has been reviewing a Maritime Electric proposal for a high-voltage transmission line, which will transport wind energy from the Suez Energy North America West Cape wind park and provide capacity 13
240,000 people, while Maritime Electric serves customers on Prince Edward Island. FortisOntario serves parts of Ontario, and FortisAlberta distributes electricity to 480,000 customers in Alberta.14
Future of Maritime Electric remains up in the air = Maritime Electric offices on Kent Street in CharlottetownMaritime Electric offices on Kent Street 15
* A theft from the Rattenbury Road substation put Maritime Electric crews at risk.16
Some Maritime Electric Rates of Interest to Processors — July 1996 GENERAL SERVICE (Town and Rural) INDUSTRIAL LARGE GENERAL 17
Maritime Electric is offering a $5,000 reward for anyone with information on the theft of 20-25 metres of copper wire from an electrical substation.18
Fortis Inc.
Region Served
Prince Edward Island
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Fortis Inc.
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Prince Edward Island
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