List of Canadian electric utilities

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This is a list of the electric utilities in Canada.

List of electric utilities by size[edit]

Rank Company Type Head office Customers Transmission (km) Capacity (MW) Generation (GWh) Revenue ($M) Ref
1. Hydro-Québec Public, integrated  Quebec 4,316,914 34,361 37,310 230,795 14,370 [1][note 1]
2. Hydro One Public, Private, T & D  Ontario 1,333,920 28,924 4,744 [2]
3. Ontario Power Generation Public, generation  Ontario 21,729 92,500 5,640 [3]
4. BC Hydro Public, integrated  British Columbia 4,000,000 79,000 12,097 43,755 3,822 [4]
5. Alectra Utilities Municipal, integrated  Ontario 1,043,000 - - - [5][6][7][8]
6. ENMAX Municipal, integrated  Alberta 836,000 299[9] 1721[10] 3,160.1 [11][note 2]
7. TransAlta Investor-owned, generation  Alberta 8,775 45,736 2,770 [12]
8. Toronto Hydro Electric System Municipal, T & D  Ontario 761,000 2,461.7 [13]
9. ATCO Private, integrated  Alberta 233,100 2,732 2,443.1 [14][note 3]
10. Bruce Power Private, generation  Ontario 6,300 34,600 2,380 [15]
11. EPCOR Municipal, T & D  Alberta 334,000 203 2,008 [16][note 4]
12. Capital Power Corporation Private, generation  Alberta 3,654 7,015 1,008 [17][note 5]
13. Manitoba Hydro Public, integrated  Manitoba 532,359 11,700 5,511 33,974 1,599 [18][note 2]
14. NB Power Public, integrated  New Brunswick 335,513 6,801 3,297 14,418 1,712 [19][note 6]
15. SaskPower Public, integrated  Saskatchewan 467,329 12,404 3,840 19,864 1,459 [20]
16. Nova Scotia Power Private, integrated  Nova Scotia 486,000 5,000 2,293 12,092 1,188.1 [21]
17. Hydro Ottawa Municipal, distribution  Ontario 296,000 14 150 754.5 [22]
18. Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro Public, integrated  Newfoundland and Labrador 36,000 5,048 7,289 37,254 930.0 [23]
19. Saskatoon Light & Power Municipal, distribution  Saskatchewan 58,600 120.8 [24]

List of electric utilities by province or territory[edit]

This is a list of Canadian public and private electric utilities, by province.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Generation number includes power bought from third-party suppliers.
  2. ^ a b Electricity-related revenues only
  3. ^ Sum of ATCO Utilities and ATCO Energy segments. Includes gas sales and other non-electricity sales.
  4. ^ Excluding Water services.
  5. ^ Six-month results in 2009.
  6. ^ 2008 figures. Most recent data available.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hydro-Québec (March 2019), Clean energy to power us all - Annual Report 2018 (PDF), Montreal, pp. 96–98, ISBN 978-2-550-83154-9, ISSN 0702-6706, retrieved 2019-05-10
  2. ^ Hydro One (2010), 2009 Management Discussion and Analysis (PDF), Toronto: Hydro One, pp. 68–69, archived from the original (PDF) on 2011-06-11, retrieved 2010-09-18
  3. ^ Ontario Power Generation (2010), Annual Report 2009 (PDF), Toronto, archived from the original (PDF) on 2010-10-08, retrieved 2010-09-18
  4. ^ BC Hydro (2009). BC Hydro 2009 Annual Report (PDF). Vancouver. pp. 114–116. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2010-02-15. Retrieved 2009-12-22.
  5. ^ "A Brand New Electricity Company has Come to Brampton". inbrampton. 2 August 2017. Retrieved 18 October 2017.
  6. ^ Fagen, Eric (28 February 2017). "Alectra Inc. Acquires Hydro One Brampton". Marketwired. Retrieved 18 October 2017.
  7. ^ "Application and Evidence" (PDF). Enersource. 25 April 2016. Retrieved 18 October 2017.
  8. ^ Alectra Utilities Corporation; Guelph Hydro (March 7, 2018). "Alectra Utilities Corporation and Guelph Hydro Electric Systems Inc. — Application for Approval of Consolidation under Section 86 of the Ontario Energy Board Act,1998 and related relief" (PDF). Regulatory Affairs. Guelph Hydro. Retrieved November 6, 2018.
  9. ^ "Transmission and Distribution Lines". www.enmax.com. Retrieved 2019-08-22.
  10. ^ "Generation". www.enmax.com. Retrieved 2019-08-22.
  11. ^ ENMAX, Annual Report 2012 (PDF), Calgary: ENMAX, archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-09-18, retrieved 2010-09-18
  12. ^ TransAlta (2010), 2009 Annual Report (PDF), Calgary: TransAlta, retrieved 2010-09-18
  13. ^ Toronto Hydro (2010), 2009 Corporate Responsibility Report (PDF), Toronto: Toronto Hydro, retrieved 2010-09-18
  14. ^ ATCO Group, Annual Report 2009 (PDF), Calgary: ATCO Group, archived from the original (PDF) on 2011-06-17, retrieved 2010-09-18
  15. ^ Bruce Power (2010), Focus - 2009 Annual Report (PDF), Bruce Power, retrieved 2010-09-18[permanent dead link]
  16. ^ EPCOR (2010), Annual Report 2009 (PDF), Edmonton: EPCOR, archived from the original (PDF) on 2010-12-23, retrieved 2010-09-18
  17. ^ Capital Power Corporation (2010), Annual Report 2009 (PDF), Edmonton: Capital Power Corporation, archived from the original (pdf) on 2011-07-08, retrieved 2013-08-13
  18. ^ Manitoba Hydro (2010), Building a Powerful Future: Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board 59th Annual Report For the Year Ended March 31, 2010 (PDF), Winnipeg: Manitoba Hydro, archived from the original (PDF) on July 28, 2011, retrieved 2010-09-03
  19. ^ NB Power (2008), Annual report 2007-2008 (PDF), Fredericton, pp. 60–61, retrieved 2009-10-29
  20. ^ SaskPower (2010), Securing tomorrow's energy begins today: SaskPower Annual Report 2009 (PDF), Regina: SaskPower, pp. 93–94, archived from the original (PDF) on 2010-11-29
  21. ^ Emera (2010), Annual Report 2009, Halifax: Emera, pp. 14–19, retrieved 2010-09-18
  22. ^ Hydro Ottawa Holdings Inc., Annual Report 2009 (PDF), Ottawa: Hydro Ottawa Holdings Inc., retrieved 2010-09-18
  23. ^ Nalcor (2010). Nalcor Energy Business and Financial Report (PDF). St. John's. Retrieved 2018-12-26.
  24. ^ City of Saskatoon, Saskatoon Light & Power (PDF), Saskatoon: Saskatoon Light and Power, retrieved 2010-09-18