Our commitment goes beyond operational excellence. We are 100% focused on delivering the safest, most reliable, least-cost electricity to our industrial, utility, and 38,000+ residential and commercial customers in rural Newfoundland and Labrador.

Our regulated assets include nine hydroelectric generating stations, one oil-fired plant, four gas turbines, and 25 isolated diesel generating and distribution systems. We also maintain 54 high-voltage terminal stations, 25 lower-voltage interconnected distribution stations, and thousands of kilometres of transmission and distribution lines, all of which are outlined on our provincial generation and transmission grid.

As a part of our ongoing strategy to leverage wind as a source of clean, renewable energy, we secured power purchase agreements in 2007 for 54 MW of wind energy on the island: the 27 MW wind project in St. Lawrence with NeWind Group Inc. and the 27 MW project in Fermeuse with Elemental Energy.



Our service area

We supply reliable electricity service to customers in rural communities throughout Newfoundland, as well as to all residential, commercial, and industrial customers in Labrador.

We sell our electricity to three primary customer groups:

Newfoundland Power, an investor-owned utility that distributes electrical power to 236,000 customers on the island portion of the province. We supply more than 90% of their energy requirements.

Industrial customers, including Corner Brook Pulp and Paper Limited, North Atlantic Refining Limited, Teck Cominco Limited, and Wabush Mines.

More than 38,000 residential and commercial customers in rural Newfoundland and Labrador, broken down as follows: Island interconnected (22,800), Island isolated (900), Labrador interconnected (10,800), and Labrador isolated (3,600).