Jul 26, 2011
SURREY – BC Hydro will be using a low flying helicopter this afternoon as part of the work to install a guy wire (support wire) between the leaning 500 kilovolt transmission tower near the south side of the Port Mann Bridge and the next closest inland tower 1,743 feet away. This work will further...
Jan 14, 2011
January 18, 2011
BC Hydro Smart Metering Program to provide major benefits to customers: enhanced system safety, reliability and more
Vancouver – As part of BC Hydro’s ongoing effort to keep customers informed and engaged in the opportunities offered by smart meters the utility today ...
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...
Nov 25, 2010
Net income on target, infrastructure investment continues
VANCOUVER, B.C. – BC Hydro today announced its second quarter financial results for fiscal year 2011, reporting a consolidated net income of $119 million for the period July 1 to September 30, 2010, which was $4 million higher than the sam...
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