Regional Power has been in the business of developing, building, refurbishing and operating renewable energy power plants since 1985. Regional Power is a fully owned subsidiary of Manulife.
Currently, Regional Power operates eleven (11) hydroelectric facilities with a total generating capacity of 107 MW.
Third Party-Owned – 37 MW
- Previously developed three (3) greenfield hydroelectric facilities (two in BC and one in Ontario, 33 MW total capacity) and rehabilitated three (3) existing facilities in Northern Ontario (4 MW total capacity). In 2001, Regional Power sold these facilities to Clean Power Income Trust (now Capstone Infrastructure Corporation). Regional Power continues to operate these assets for Capstone under a long term contract
Regional Power-Owned – 70 MW
- Regional Power recently completed the development and construction of three (3) facilities located in British Columbia (Upper Bear Creek, Lower Bear Creek, and Long Lake; 51 MW total capacity) and two (2) facilities located in Ontario (Upper White River and Lower White River; 19MW total capacity). Regional Power operates these five (5) facilities.
Regional Power has seven (7) projects in various stages of development with an estimated 293 MW of total generating capacity.
Regional Power has two (2) hydroelectric development sites and one (1) wind power facility at advanced stages of development with a total estimated generating capacity of 260 MW.
Early – Mid Stage Development
In addition, Regional Power has the rights to five (5) other sites which, once they obtain power purchase agreements and are completed, would have an aggregate capacity of 123 MW.
- 3 in British Columbia
- 1 in Ontario, and
- 1 in Quebec