ACCIONA, the leading partner of Peace River Hydro Partners (PRHP), announced it has completed an important technical milestone on the 1,100-MW Site-C hydroelectric project, having finalized the construction of the twin tunnels to divert the Peace River. Each tunnel is 750 m long with an 11-m diameter and will channel up to 3,000 cubic m...
BC Hydro announced late last week that it will begin increasing construction activities at the 1,100-MW Site C dam site in a phased approach in the days and months ahead. The phased approach is based on the health guidelines for industrial camps in British Columbia, Canada, and BC Hydro will work with project contractors and...
BC Hydro is modifying its work activities on the 1,100-MW Site C hydroelectric project near Fort St. John in response to what it calls the “increasing escalation of the COVID-19 pandemic.” Site C is currently under construction on the Peace River in northeast British Columbia. The project is expected to cost $8.2 billion and be completed...
The Supreme Court of British Columbia has refused an application for an interlocutory injunction from West Moberly First Nations and Roland Wilson seeking an order to prohibit the British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority (BC Hydro) from continuing with certain work on the 1,100-MW Site C hydroelectric project.
Canadian utility BC Hydro has awarded three contracts associated with the construction and supply of its 1,100-MW Site C hydroelectric plant.
BC Hydro has filed a request with the Environmental Assessment Office of British Columbia to amend its environmental assessment certificate for the 1,100-MW Site C project.
Construction of British Columbia's controversial 1,100-MW Site C hydroelectric plant will be completed, per an announcement delivered to the Canadian province's government today by Premier John Horgan.
The cost of British Columbia's Site C project could balloon even further, per lawsuits planned by two First Nations groups should the province decide to complete the controversial hydropower plant.
The future of British Columbia's controversial Site C complex remains unclear, despite the release of a comprehensive report from the B.C. Utilities Commission today.
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority (BC Hydro) announced it has encountered some geotechnical and construction challenges on the 1,100-MW Site C hydropower project and the risk to the river diversion timeline has now materialized.