Even with this arrangement, the distribution system would not have been able to supply electricity to the farthest customer at satisfactory voltage. The acquisition premium is the difference between the asking price and book value.
The demand for electricity is conrolled by the customers (not by the electric company). NSL 1889 chapter 132 — Act to incorporate the Dartmouth Gas & Electric Light & Heating & Power Co. NSL 1920 chapter 181 — Amendment The Dartmouth GELHP Co. The difference is $19.50 per share before exercise costs, said Briggs, noting that towns probably will stabilize trash rates with their proceeds.
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.
A holding company under PUHCA is an enterprise that directly or indirectly owns 10% or more of stock in a public utility company. Its primary business is Nova Scotia Power, an integrated electricity generator and transmission and distribution company with more than 440,000 customers and $2,900,000,000 Canadian in assets.
To eliminate the complex and confusing structure of holding companies that had made them almost impossible to regulate, Section 11b of Title I (the "Death Sentence Clause") of PUHCA abolishes all holding companies that were more than twice removed from their operating subsidiaries. and thereafter operated it as a wholly-owned subsidiary. bought six small electric utilities: Centreville Electric Light & Power Company, Gaspereaux Valley Electric Light Company, Lower Horton Electric Company, Kingston Electric Light Commission, the Town of Middleton's electric power system, and Sheffield Mills Light & Power Company. bought the electric power distribution system owned and operated by the Canning Water Commissioners. Bangor Hydro has 192,000 customers and assets of $544,000,000 (about C$810,000,000). The company also has a financial interest in the Maritimes and Northeast natural gas pipeline which is being installed through Maine.
Source: The Digby Weekly Courier, 4 June 1909, (reprinted from the Yarmouth Herald) [This item is confusedabout the amount of money, but the above is the complete text as printed in The Digby Weekly Courier.] NSL 1898 chapter 133 — Act to incorporate the Bedford Electric Co. NSL 1899 chapter 136 — Amendment NSL 1901 chapter 171 — Amendment NSL 1903 chapter 182 — Amendment NSL 1906 chapter 156 — Amendment NSL 1908 chapter 137 — Amendment NSL 1909 chapter 131 — Amendment This photograph appears on page 152 of "White Rock Past and Present" by Doris Atwell, published 2004 This postcard was postmarked in Kentville in September 1915. "Obviously the trend is to do the former, combine resources and whatnot," Briggs said.
“Built on the banks of the Gaspereau River above the White Rock bridge, the S. Benjamin grist and lumber mill began operations in 1885... Bangor Hydro officials sought buyers, and hinted that they had more than one suitor.
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.
The surface appearance of the tailrace clearly indicates that generator number one was running at the time the photograph was taken. ],decided by a vote of 17 for and 4 against, the sum of ,000. Beckwith, representing the electric light company, has declined to accept. The Securities and Exchange Commission is expected to rule in July.