As B.C. grows, so does energy demand
From the 1960s through the 1980s, we built six dams to meet the energy demands of a province whose population almost doubled in 25 years.
Electricity demand in B.C. is expected to grow by another 40% over the next 20 years. And while we will continue to lean on conservation as the first and best way to meet demand growth, we must reinvest in our aging assets and prepare to invest in new assets like the Site C Clean Energy Project.
Learn about the major capital projects in your area by navigating through the list of regions below.
- North Coast B.C. electrification
- North Montney Electrification Study
- Peace River Dams & Generating Station Projects
- Peace to Kelly Lake Stations Renewal Project
- Prince George to Terrace Capacitors Project
- Site C Project
Vancouver, Coast & Mountains
- Alouette system
- Bridge River System Upgrades
- Bridge River Transmission Project
- Capilano Substation
- Coquitlam-Buntzen Diversion Tunnel
- George Massey Tunnel Transmission Relocation Project
- LaJoie Dam Improvement Project
- Mainwaring Substation
- Partial Cable Replacement, Coquitlam
- Pemberton Substation Rebuild Project
- Seton Bypass Project
- Sperling Substation Upgrade Project
- West End Substation Project
- Woodfibre LNG Interconnection Project
Can't find the project you're looking for? Try entering a few keywords (such as Mica or substation) into the search box at the top of this page.