Proposed Transmission Line and Clyde River Substation Project

Maritime Electric is proposing to construct a 138 kV transmission line from Maple Plains to a new substation in Clyde River to accommodate electrical load growth and improve the reliability for our customers in the area.

The Company held a public information session on February 25 from 4 to 7 pm in Kelly's Cross to discuss the proposed project. Approximately 100 people attended to discuss the proposed project with Maritime Electric representatives.

Maritime Electric proposed two routes for transmission line construction, the alternate (now referred to as the northern route) and the preferred (now referred to as the southern route).

Both the northern and southern routes are viable options, however, based on the environmental conditions of both routes, and customer and stakeholder feedback received during and after the public meeting, Maritime Electric is prepared to construct the transmission line along the northern route.

Click the link below to view the map of the proposed location for the new substation, and route options for the transmission line. 

Proposed Project Map (PDF)

Maritime Electric has submitted a project description to the PEI Department of Environment, Water and Climate Change for review. To view the document, please visit the Department website.

To submit feedback and/or environmental concerns on the proposed project, please contact Dale Thompson, Environmental Assessment Officer, at dethompson@gov.pe.ca by June 30, 2020.

If you have any technical or general questions about the proposed project, please contact Maritime Electric at 1-800-670-1012 or by email at customerservice@maritimeelectric.com.