Technology & Innovation
Jun 29, 2011
June 29, 2011
Abbotsford home to Canada’s first on-farm cow-powered dairy
ABBOTSFORD – Energy and Mines Minister Rich Coleman today helped to commission B.C.’s first small-scale on-farm anaerobic digester at Abbotsford’s Bakerview EcoDairy. The technology converts cow manure into clean renewable ...
Jun 10, 2011
BC Hydro breaks ground on innovative clean energy project
GOLDEN – Increased power reliability for Golden and Field will be achieved with a state-of-the-art clean energy storage source. A battery bank unit will store clean energy produced by BC Hydro that can then be used to help meet electricit...
Jan 26, 2011
January 26, 2011
BC Hydro’s Standing Offer Program has received a facelift. Changes to the program will help to increase the mix of B.C.’s supply of clean, renewable energy.
First introduced in 2008, the program encourages the development of small, clean energy projects and offers small energy pr...
Dec 8, 2010
VANCOUVER – Vehicle fleets in B.C. are going green thanks to a new partnership between BC Hydro and Chevrolet Canada. BC Hydro will work with Chevrolet to help place 15 Chevrolet Volts into the fleets of B.C. based organizations late next summer, with at least two of those vehicles being added to...
Dec 7, 2010
Posted by Linda Mott
Science World is getting an energy-efficiency upgrade that showcases innovation – and BC Hydro is pleased to be very much involved.
BC Hydro is working with Science World on needs assessments and financial incentives for specific efficiency upgrades at the South False Creek f...
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