Manx Electricity Authority
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|Headquarters||Douglas, Isle of Man|
|Isle of Man|
|Philip King (CEO)
Edmund Lowey MLC (Chairman)
|Parent||Isle of Man Government|
ManxCable Company Ltd.
Electricity generation is provided on the island from the following sources
- A 1 MW hydroelectric power plant at Sulby and Block Eary reservoir.
- An 87 MW combined cycle gas turbine power station in Douglas.
- A number of diesel generators at Douglas, Peel, and Ramsey, totalling 90.4 MW.
Manx Electricity ceased to exist on 1 April 2014 following the merger of Manx Electricity with the IOM Water & Sewerage Authority, now known as Manx Utilities.
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