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Renewable energy offers Prince Edward Island (PEI) a local source of power that is competitive with imported power. Because the island has no fossil fuel reserves and no opportunities for hydroelectric power, electricity has always been expensive. Electricity imports are constrained by the capacity of the two submarine cables linking PEI with New Brunswick. PEI has the best wind capacity of any province in Canada.