Feb 29, 2012
More customers have questions about their BC Hydro bills during the winter months. Here are the most common reasons for why your bill may be higher than you expected and how new meters will help.
- Winter season: Cold weather and shorter, darker days can lead to customers using more heating an...
Feb 16, 2012
February 16, 2012
BCUC issues ruling on interim rates
The BC Utilities Commission (BCUC) issued a decision on February 15 regarding BC Hydro’s rate application which confirms an interim 3.91 per cent rate increase for the next fiscal year as applied for by BC Hydro. The decision also orders an in...
Nov 24, 2011
November 24, 2011
Vancouver, BC – BC Hydro today filed an Amended Revenue Requirements Application (RRA) with the British Columbia Utilities Commission (BCUC) for fiscal years 2012-2014.
The application confirms a 50 per cent reduction to the cumulative rate increase filed with the BCUC in Marc...
Dec 2, 2010
Posted by Dave Cobb
As we get ready to close out an exciting year for our province, I wanted to take this opportunity to update you about what you can expect in the coming year as we celebrate BC Hydro's 50th anniversary and embark on an important period for our company and the fu...
Dec 2, 2010
VANCOUVER, B.C. – The Province is taking steps to ensure that B.C. continues to have among the lowest electricity rates in North America as BC Hydro moves forward with significant investments in B.C.'s electricity system.
Two rate reduction strategies were announced Thursday, and the Province and...
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