Feb 29, 2016

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February 29, 2016

As part of our 10-year rates plan to ensure we meet the electricity needs of a growing B.C., we've filed for an interim rate increase – pending approval by the British Columbia Utilities Commission – of 4% for April 1. A look at why we're increasing rates ... And a B.C. Supreme Court judge has granted BC Hydro an injunction to remove people from a Site C protest camp.
Upgrades to aging electrical system needed, and that affects rates

Upgrades to aging electrical system needed, and that affects rates

BC Hydro has requested an interim rate increase of 4%, effective April 1, from the BC Utilities Commission.

Learn why we're increasing rates
Judge grants injunction to remove protesters

Judge grants injunction to remove protesters

A judge has granted BC Hydro an injunction to remove people protesting the Site C dam project at a tent camp near Fort St. John.
Read more on CTV News
Photo of the week

Photo of the week

Spring temperatures are starting to arrive in some parts of B.C., but it's still winter at Aberfeldie Dam near Cranbrook. BC Hydro reduce intake to the generator to prevent slushy ice from interfering with our generating equipment. This frozen waterfall is the product of the water freezing as it spills out of the reservoir.
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