ATCO Ltd. ( ) is an Alberta based corporation with operating subsidiaries in electric and natural gas utility operations, independent power operations, production, storage, processing, gathering, delivery of natural gas, technical facilities management for the industrial, defence, and transportation sectors, the manufacture, sale and leasing of industrial shelters and industrial noise abatement technologies. ...more on Wikipedia about "ATCO"
BC Hydro is a public utility that is the major provider of electricity in British Columbia, Canada. It is regulated by the British Columbia Utilities Commission. ...more on Wikipedia about "BC Hydro"
Canadian Hydro Developers Inc. is a Canadian company that operates 12 hydroelectric power sites, 4 wind power sites and one biomass power site in Canada. ...more on Wikipedia about "Canadian Hydro Developers Inc."
Canadian Utilities Limited is a member of the ATCO Group of companies. It is a Calgary, Alberta company operating businesses in power generation, utilities, logistics and energy services and technologies. It has than 5,000 employees. ...more on Wikipedia about "Canadian Utilities"
Emera Inc. is a Halifax, Nova Scotia based energy and services company with 570,000 customers. It operates two utility subsidiaries, Nova Scotia Power and Bangor Hydro-Electric. ...more on Wikipedia about "Emera"
Enwave is a private corporation jointly owned by the City of Toronto and the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System and is one of the largest district energy systems in North America. Enwave was formed after the restructuring of the Toronto District Heating Corporation. ...more on Wikipedia about "Enwave"
Fortis Inc. is a St. John's, Newfoundland based international diversified electric utility holding company. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fortis Inc." It's real http://www.shortopedia.com feeling!
Hydro-Québec is a crown corporation that provides hydroelectric power for Quebec, Canada. Hydro-Québec's total installed capacity in 2005 was 35,190 MW. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hydro-Québec"
James Bay Energy Corporation (in French Société d'energie de la Baie James) was founded as a consortium of three companies, Hydro-Québec, SNC-Lavalin, and Bechtel, to build a series of hydroelectric dams in northern Quebec during the 1970s and early 1980s. Upon completion, the dams all came under the control of Hydro Québec. ...more on Wikipedia about "James Bay Energy Corporation"
This is a list of Canadian public and private electric utilities, by province. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of Canadian electric utilities"
Founded in 1961, Manitoba Hydro is the electric power and natural gas utility in the province of Manitoba, and is the 4th largest electrical utility in Canada. It is a provincial Crown Corporation, governed by the Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board and the Manitoba Hydro Act H190 CCSM. Today the company operates 15 interconnected generating stations. It has more than 500,000 electric power customers and more than 250,000 natural gas customers. Since most of the electrical energy is provided by hydroelectric power, the utility has low and stable electricity rates. Stations in Northern Manitoba are connected by a HVDC system, the Nelson River Bipole, to customers in the south. ...more on Wikipedia about "Manitoba Hydro"
NB Power (French: Energie NB), formerly known as New Brunswick Power Corporation is a provincially owned Crown Corporation. It has an electricity monopoly in the province of New Brunswick. It is currently comprised of a holding company and 4 sub-companies: Generation, Nuclear, Distribution and Customer Service, Transmission. The company has been subdivided with the future aim of selling off the various components ( privatization). NB Power services all the residential and industrial power consumers in the province, with the exception of those in Saint John, New Brunswick, Edmundston, New Brunswick and Perth-Andover, New Brunswick who are served by Saint John Energy, City of Edmundston Electric and the Perth-Andover Electric Light Commission respectively. NB Power supplies power to the power companies in the provinces of Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia. It also has connections to New England and Quebec. ...more on Wikipedia about "NB Power"
Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro is a government-owned corporation that provides hydroelectric power for Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. ...more on Wikipedia about "Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro"
The Newfoundland Light and Power Company Limited was formed by the Royal Securities Corporation of Montreal in 1924. It is regulated by the Public Utilities Commission. Newfoundland Power as it is now the primary retailer of electric power in Newfoundland and Labrador. ...more on Wikipedia about "Newfoundland Power"
The Northwest Territories Power Corporation (NTPC) was established about 1989 to acquire and operate the former Northern Canada Power Commission (NCPC) assets within the Northwest Territories, which at that time also included Nunavut. ...more on Wikipedia about "Northwest Territories Power Corporation"
The Nunavut Power Corporation (a Crown corporation) was established in 1999 to take over the assets within Nunavut of the Northwest Territories Power Corporation. Prior to about 1989, the power facilities of the territory had been owned and operated by the Northern Canada Power Commission (NCPC). Their retail arm is Qulliq Energy Corporation. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nunavut Power Corporation"
Qulliq Energy Corporation is a Crown Corporation owned by the Government of Nunavut. It was established by the Nunavut Power Utilities Act. Previously power had been supplied to Nunavut by the Northwest Territories Power Corporation under a temporary agreement. ...more on Wikipedia about "Qulliq Energy Corporation"
SaskPower is the principal supplier of electricity in Saskatchewan, Canada. Saskpower is a Crown corporation, owned by the Government of Saskatchewan, with 431,000-plus customers. SaskPower employees operate 14 power stations, which generate a net capacity of 3,056 megawatts. Over 150,000 kilometres of power lines are maintained throughout the Province. SaskPower supplies about three customers per circuit kilometre, while most utilities in North America average about 12 customers over the same distance. ...more on Wikipedia about "SaskPower"
TransAlta Corporation is a Canadian energy company based in Calgary, Alberta. It operates 51 power plants in Canada, the United States, and Mexico. These plants have a total electricity generation capacity of 8,219 MW. TransAlta owns 50% of CE Generation, and in 2002 purchased Vision Quest Windelectric Inc.. ...more on Wikipedia about "TransAlta Corporation"
TransCanada is a large energy company based in Calgary, Alberta. The company's TC Pipelines, LP division owns many of Canada's natural gas pipelines, as well as a number in the U.S.. TransCanada is also expanding its business to include a growing number of electrical generating assets. ...more on Wikipedia about "TransCanada Corporation"
The Yukon Energy Corporation (YEC), a crown corporation of the Yukon territorial government, was established circa 1989 to take over the Yukon assets of the Northern Canada Power Commission. YEC generates most of the Yukon's electricity supply, and distributes power to most locations outside of Whitehorse. Some power is sold to the Yukon Electrical Company (YECL), a private business that has been operating since 1901, which itself has some smaller hydro operations, and principally serves Whitehorse and area. ...more on Wikipedia about "Yukon Energy Corporation"
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