September 14, 2015

Vancouver Sun examines benefits of Site C dam
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September 14, 2015
Power from Site C is the most cost-effective way to meet the growing demand for power. Construction is underway, and that means economic benefits for B.C., according to an editorial in the Vancouver Sun. And one customer in Vancouver found a way to ride out the major windstorm in style: using his electric vehicle to watch Netflix, for one. Near Hudson's Hope, a new project is underway to protect the surface of B.C.'s biggest dam.
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Site C offers energy security, economic benefits: editorial

Construction on B.C.'s biggest infrastructure project will bring energy security and reliable power, according to a new editorial in the Vancouver Sun.
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Electric vehicle to the rescue

During the major windstorm, one customer in Vancouver found an innovative way to keep his electronics powered up and entertainment showing – he plugged them into his electric Smart Car.
Read more on driving.ca
Jessica McDonald sits down to talk about Site C on Shaw's Voice of BC

Big rocks for a big dam

To protect the surface of our largest dam, it's time to replace the "riprap", or large rocks, that sit along W.A.C. Bennett Dam. It's just one of the projects underway as we invest in upgrades to the dam built in 1968. Read more on Alaska Highway News
Photo of the Week

Photo of the Week

Kiss and tell – these rescued seals have their own unique stories to share as they recover at Vancouver Aquarium's annual Marine Mammal Rescue Centre Celebration. Select Team Power Smart members were invited to attend the celebration last month to meet the staff and learn about the valuable work going on at the centre. With face painting, ice cream and family activities on site, our members had the chance to enjoy their afternoon while connecting with the animals rescued through the program.
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