September 26, 2016

30 fast-charging stations in B.C. for electric cars BCHydro Power smart
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September 26, 2016

It's getting faster, and more convenient, to travel around B.C. in an electric car. The opening of a DC fast-charging station in Vernon brings to 30 the number of stations now installed and operating as part of a BC Hydro pilot project. We also hit a milestone in Campbell River as we completed construction on a cavern for a new underground powerhouse below John Hart Dam. And the B.C. government is investing $210,000 for skills training for power line technicians.
Charging network helps drivers of electric cars

Charging network helps drivers of electric cars

The electric vehicle charging network in B.C. has reached a significant milestone with the completion of a 30th direct current (DC) charging station, this one in Vernon.

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John Hart powerhouse a big step closer

John Hart powerhouse a big step closer

After 13 months of excavation and nearly 500 rock-blasting detonations, BC Hydro has completed a giant cavern that will house a new power plant near Campbell River.
Read more at cbc.ca
224 more seats for power line technician training

224 more seats for power line technician training

The B.C. government announced on Monday an investment of $210,000 for skills training in high-priority trades seats at BC Hydro.
Read more at voiceonline.com
Photo of the week

Photo of the week

It might look like a waterslide, but it's actually a spillway at the Mica Dam near Revelstoke.
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