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Bangor Hydro Electric average salary is $47,847, median salary is $47,847 with a salary range from $47,694 to $48,000.
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General 47,694-47,694 Bangor, ME, 04401 2015 Bangor Hydro Electric General Salaries (2)
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General 48,000-48,000 Bangor, ME, 04401 2010 Bangor Hydro Electric General Salaries (2)
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Recent Bangor Hydro Electric Salaries (February 19, 2017)
General Bangor Hydro Electric $47,694 Bangor, ME, 04401 05/19/2015

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Bangor Hydro Electric Information
  • Bangor Hydro Electric Company
  • Industry: Electric Utilities
  • City: Bangor, ME
  • Bangor Hydro-Electric has dropped its hydro, but the company still has plenty of electricity. As part of the restructuring of the electric utility industry in the state of Maine, Bangor Hydro-Electric has shed its generating facilities, including its hydroelectric projects, to focus on distribution and transmission. The regulated utility serves nearly 110,000 customers in six counties in southeastern Maine. It moves power through 550 miles of transmission lines and 4,200 miles of distribution lines; it also offers standard retail supply service in its territory. Bangor Hydro-Electric was acquired in 2001 by Canada's Emera, the parent company of electric utility Nova