Prince Edward Island is a province rich with renewable energy resources. Its electricity distribution system has a total generating capacity of 424 Megawatts (MW) and the province is largely reliant on imported energy from New Brunswick, especially during the winter heating season. The province is aiming for a net-zero electricity grid by 2040, its energy is currently produced by assets like windfarms, thermal plants, biomass facilities, district energy systems, alongside solar projects, and a clean tech park under development. The primary utility is PEI Energy Corporation, owned by the province, alongside other local utilities like Maritime Electric, etc.
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