June 20, 2016

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June 20, 2016

BC Hydro crews were brought in from various places across B.C. to help restore power after a storm flooded Dawson Creek... Hibernation Day at Elphinstone Secondary was among the energy-saving ideas students came up with as part of BC Hydro's Energy Ambassadors initiative for high school students on the Sunshine Coast... And while completion is about three and a half years away, we're narrowing choices for the route of a new transmission line into West Kelowna.
'The creek just exploded' says Dawson Creek mayor

'The creek just exploded' says Dawson Creek mayor

The storm-produced flood that split Dawson Creek in two began to recede by mid-week, but BC Hydro was still working to restore power to thousands of customers.

Read more at globalnews.ca
Students get creative in cutting energy use

Students get creative in cutting energy use

High school students on the Sunshine Coast came up with some unique ideas for saving energy as part of BC Hydro program.
Read more at coastreporter.net
Which of three routes works best for West Kelowna?

Which of three routes works best for West Kelowna?

BC Hydro outlines the pros and cons of three different route options for a new transmission line to West Kelowna.
Read more at Capital News
Photo of the week

Photo of the week

Ruskin Dam in Mission is one of our oldest generating stations. The third and final turbine was installed in 1950, just one year after this photo was taken.
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