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Meter Services

Meters were used to account for the amount of electricity used, and money owed, to the City. The meters were originally installed, read, and maintained by the Electric Light and Power Department. To save time and money, the meters were read by the Meter Reading Section of the Electric Light and Power Department, which then charged the Waterworks Department a fee for the service. In 1934 a Billing Section was established, which existed outside of the department and worked for both the Electric Light and Power Department and the Water Works Department. By 1950 its responsibilities included: meter reading, customer billing, consumer accounts receivable, bill delivery, rate and consumption statistics, receipt of applications, and customer complaints and adjustments regarding charges and consumption.

This series contains records which reflect the work performed by City employees relating to the installation, recording, maintenance, and removal of electricity meters.

File list

  • File 1: Meter Book (1906)
  • File 2: Meter Record Book (n.d.)
  • File 3: Service Request and Meter Removal Order, Delton Hardware (1913-1919)
  • File 4: Record Book: work, maintenance, etc. (ca. 1931-1951)

Lillian Staroszik

This series contains a set of two commemorative coasters presented to Alderman Lillian Staroszik on the occasion of the official opening of the Genesee Generating Station October 10, 1989.

Staroszik, Lillian

Communications

This series contains material relating to Edmonton Power's communications directly to the public through various publications. It contains examples of mass-produced publications intended to educate citizens about the department and the creation and use of electricity. It also contains samples of artwork and production proofs used to create the publications, as well as photos taken by the department to illustrate said publications.
The series has been divided into three subseries:

  • Subseries 1: Publications
  • Subseries 2: Artwork and Production Proofs
  • Subseries 3: Photographs

Historical Records

Prior to Edmonton Power becoming EPCOR there was an effort to transfer all records of historical value to the City of Edmonton Archives. This series was created to capture those records deemed to be of historical interest by Edmonton Power. The result is a varied collection of textual and graphic records documenting a wide span of the history of Edmonton Power and its predecessors. The material includes reports, photos, publications, and drawings relating to the generation and distribution of power to Edmontonians.

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