Release Date: 06-27-2018Bangor and Presque Isle, Maine — Starting July 1, Emera Maine customers will see changes in electricity delivery rates. A typical residential customer in the Bangor Hydro District, using 500 kilowatt-hours of electricity per month and choosing the Standard Offer for electricity supply, will now pay $90.48 per month, a decrease of 17 cents. A typical residential customer in the Maine Public District will now pay $73.62 per month, an increase of $3.57. Electricity prices are made up of five components: distribution, transmission, stranded costs, conservation and supply. Emera Maine provides transmission and distribution services to electricity customers. Effective July 1, a typical residential customer in the Bangor Hydro District will pay: $31.82 for distribution $18.00 for transmission $3.31 for stranded costs $1.22 for conservation $36.13 for Standard Offer supply A typical residential customer in the Maine Public District will pay: $31.17 for distribution $4.63 for transmission ($0.52) for stranded costs $1.22 for conservation $37.12 for Standard Offer supply Emera Maine continues to invest in hardening the system against storms, providing timely customer service, and identifying and removing more trees and limbs in declining health that may cause power interruptions as they break or fall. All new rates will be posted at emeramaine.com as of July 1, 2018. Prices January 1, 2017 July 1, 2017 January 1, 2018 July 1, 2018 Bangor Hydro District $88.74 $86.13 $90.65 $90.48 Maine Public District $69.20 $68.39 $70.05 $73.62 _ _ _ Emera Maine is committed to delivering safe, reliable electric service. As the state's second-largest electric utility, the company delivers electricity to more than 158,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers across 10,400 square miles in five counties in eastern and northern Maine.