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Hydro One is a Canadian corporation that delivers electricity across the province of Ontario in Canada. The main headquarters is situated in Toronto, Ontario. The Government of Ontario owned Hydro One. According to 2012 records, 5811 employees were working in the company and total profit was CA$ 745 million. Hydro One serves 1.3 million customers in rural areas across the Ontario and also operates 97% of the high voltage transmission grid throughout the Ontario. In addition, another subsidiary of corporation named as Hydro One Brampton owns the distribution utility for the city of Brampton.
Hydro One was founded in 1999 after the company Ontario Hydro was re-organized into five successor companies. It was founded under the name of Ontario Hydro Services Company. On 1st of May 2000, Hydro Services Company was renamed to Hydro One. Between 1999 and 2001, Hydro One acquired 88 municipal utilities.
The Transmission lines of Hydro One are 500,000 volts, 230,000 volts and 115,000 volts. Manitoba Hydro, Hydro-Quebec, Minnesota Power, DTE Energy/ITC, Niagara Mohawk Power and the New York Power Authority all has interconnections with the Hydro One. The Corporation works with the transmission and distribution network operated by Ontario Power Generation and other private companies by connecting generator facilities. These generators deliver electricity to businesses and people across Ontario, which they generate at hydroelectric, natural gas, wind, solar and nuclear facilities. Ontario’s electricity grid is made up of a 29000 km high voltage transmission network that is used to deliver electricity to municipal utilities and industrial customers whereas about 1.3 million customers, mainly in rural areas are served by 123000 km low-voltage distribution system.