Dictated perhaps by a dwindling timber supply, this mill was closed after less than two decades of operation. About 1885 Benjamin bought out the Calder and Freeman mill along with much of the timberlands upriver and around the lakes. Also see: Town of Bridgewater (municipal electric utility) Lunenburg County NSL 1897 chapter 103 — Act to incorporate the Bridgewater Power Co. NSL 1898 chapter 158 — Act to confirm the sale of the Bridgewater Electric Light, Water, & Power Co. "I can't tell you [who the others were] because I'm not at liberty to tell you," Briggs said.In 1900 the mill machinery was dismantled and moved to Falmouth...” Located where the Black River flows into the Gaspereau River, White Rock – often called White Rock Mills – has seen numerous mill operations, including that of S. Running day and night with 75 men employed, in one year his operation shipped seven million board feet of lumber out of nearby ports. Also see: Bridgetown Electric Light, Heat & Power Co. Also see: Town of Bridgetown (municipal electric utility) Lunenburg County NSL 1891 chapter 148 — Act to incorporate the Bridgewater Electric Light, Water, & Power Co. NSL 1898 chapter 158 — Act to confirm the sale of the Bridgewater Electric Light, Water, & Power Co. Also see: Bridgewater Electric Light, Water, & Power Co. Also see: Town of Bridgewater (municipal electric utility) Cumberland County NSL 1889 chapter 128 — Act to incorporate the Canada Electric Co. NSL 1898 chapter 167 — Act to authorize the Company to sell property to the Town of Amherst NSL 1913 chapter 166 — Amendment Also see: Eastern Utilities Ltd. "We don't know any of the details, but we're sure there were," Mann said.It asked two of the sharpest young businessmen around town to investigate the Gaspereau River as a power source. Wright, a capable and popular building contractor, and Roy A. Wright and Jodrey's hydroelectric generating plant at Stivers Falls, White Rock, Kings County, began to operate on February 25, 1920. Title I of the Public Utility Act of 1935 is known as the Public Utilities Holding Company Act of 1935 (PUHCA). Bangor Hydro now is required to purchase power from outside sources to provide electricity to standard-offer customers in its territory.Jodrey, farmer, apple speculator, and fair-haired boy of the W. By May 1920, it was producing electric power for Wolfville, Greenwich, and Port Williams... PUHCA was enacted to eliminate unfair practices and other abuses by electricity and gas holding companies by requiring federal control and regulation of interstate public utility holding companies. Bangor Hydro did not purchase electricity from Nova Scotia Power to meet its standard offer obligations, Briggs said.Unless otherwise stated, "Act" means an Act of the Nova Scotia Legislature. NSL 1882 chapter 61 — Act to incorporate the Eastern Development Co. NSL 1883 chapter 71 — NSL 1884 chapter 71 — NSL 1885 chapter 99 — NSL 1886 chapter 141 — NSL 1890 chapter 181 — To extend powers, as to Gas Works and Water Works, etc. Name changed 9 June 1931 from Sydney Mines Electric Co. Service area: Sydney and North Sydney and vicinity. Major PERC member communities that did not sign on to the original Bangor Hydro agreement and never held warrants are Newport, Ellsworth and Pittsfield, Landry said. REWARD As we are under considerable expense in repairing street lights that are maliciously broken, we offer the above reward for information that will lead to the conviction of the guilty parties. Incorporated on 26 January 1911 as Sydney Mines Electric Co. Bangor Hydro, a Maine company that is more than 100 years old, will become a wholly owned subsidiary of NS Power Holdings.
The electric company's job is to provide generation that precisely matches thedemand that exists at each instant. was incorporated on 17 April 1889, under chapter 132 of the 1889 Acts of the Legislature. "That is, in essence, a benefit to customers," he said.In addition, PUHCA requires that before purchasing securities or property from another company, a holding company must file for approval with the SEC. This plant was located at Nictaux Falls, about 4km south of Middleton, in Annapolis County. The merger follows a trend in the restructuring of state electricity markets.NSL 1923 chapter 121 — Act respecting the Avon River Power Co. In 1921, the Avon River Power Company was incorporated by Roy Jodrey and Charles Wright. It was demolished in the early 1950s to make way for the construction of the new and larger hydro-electric power plant, also called Nictaux, that was built on this site by the Nova Scotia Light & Power Company, and put into service about 1956. Under government-mandated deregulation, companies that once made and delivered electricity were told to sell their generators but keep and maintain the transmission lines.At all times, the electricity generatedmust be exactly equal to the existing demand – no more and no less. On 25 February 1935, official approval was given by the PUB for the Dartmouth GELHP Co. A municipal review committee, set up at Eastern Maine Development Corp., is handling the warrants, said Bangor City Manager Ed Barrett.# Privately-Owned Electric Utility Companies # Government-Owned Electric Utilities # Renewable-Energy Electric Companies # Inventory: Renewable Electric Generation, 2002-2012 # 1958: List of all electric utilities in Nova Scotia # 2001: List of all electric utilities in Nova Scotia # UARB electric power documents # Recent additions to this list # NS to manage own greenhouse emissions # Notes # Edison telegram, 31 July 1907 The full, official, legal name of each company is given. to sell its entire property, assets and undertaking to the Nova Scotia Light & Power Co. reported that, during the year 1912, its operating revenue was ,941.68 and operating expenses were ,324.52, and it paid 8.87 in taxes. On 30th December 1966, all of the outstanding shares of Eastern Light & Power Company Limited were purchased by the Nova Scotia Power Commission at a cost of ,900,000. (all three based in Cumberland County, Nova Scotia). The city of Bangor holds slightly more than 16 percent of the 825,000 warrants, Landry said.