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The PEI Energy Corporation develops and promotes the development of energy systems and the generation, production, transmission and distribution of energy in all its forms on an economic and efficient basis, to provide financial assistance for the development, installation and use of energy systems...
Wind energy helps keep energy prices low for Islanders and reduces Prince Edward Island’s need for energy from outside the province. PEI has no sources of oil, natural gas, or other fuels for traditional forms of electricity. Wind energy also adds to a cleaner setting because it does not produce...
Where does the energy from this wind farm go? All electricity from the North Cape Wind Farm is transmitted to Maritime Electric’s substation in Huntley, PEI. From the Huntley substation, Maritime Electric distributes the electricity to Island customers. , Construction of the Wind Farm, The North...
The Government of Prince Edward Island has developed a 10-year energy strategy to reduce energy use, establish cleaner and locally produced energy sources and moderate future energy price increases., A path to a stronger, more sustainable and resilient province, Cover of PEI Provincial Energy...
The East Point Wind Farm has 10 Vestas V-90 turbines with a capacity of three megawatts (MW) each that generate an average of 90 Gigawatt (GW) hours annually. The average house in Prince Edward Island uses about 8,000 kilowatt hours of electricity annually so the wind farm can power 11,000 homes...
The Hermanville/Clearspring Wind Farm generates more than 110 million kilowatt-hours of emission-free electricity for Prince Edward Island each year, which can power 13,750 homes on PEI. The Wind Farm has ten turbines that can generate three Megawatts of electricity. , Where does the energy from...