Electricity for Prince Edward Island is generated by wind, fossil-fuelled generators and through imports.
Total on-Island wind generated is the amount of electricity being generated from all wind facilities in the province. Source: Province of PEI.
Electricity imported from other utilities via the Northumberland Strait cable. Source: New Brunswick System Operator.
Total on-Island fossil fueled generation is the amount of electricity being generated from oil fired equipment. Typically, this generation is only required when there is an interruption of supply from off Island. Source: Province of PEI.