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The Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission came into being by virtue of the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Ordinance No. 42 of 1945.  It was established to generate electricity and to distribute it outside the city of Port of Spain and the town of San Fernando.  In 1946 the Commission served 6,613 customers and operated one power station - the Port of Spain Power Station located on Wrightson Road.  Electricity was first used in Tobago in 1946.  In September 1952, the Tobago Power Station, located at Darrell Spring Road was commissioned and T&TEC began generating electricity in Tobago.
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