As FortisBC's $23-million operations centre comes to completion in Castlegar, we examine some of the benefits and features of the new facility
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The centralized Kootenay Operations Centre in Castlegar, British Columbia, provides increased efficiency, among other benefits.by Jillian Clark
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Fortis is a leader in the North American regulated electric and gas utility industry with total assets of approximately $48 billion.
Trust providing $2M for energy conservation upgrades.
Under the agreement, Teck Metals Ltd. will be granted a 20-year lease to use Fortis' interest in Waneta to produce power for its industrial operations in Trail
The Honourable Sergio Marchi, CEO of the Canadian Electricity Association, was the recent guest speaker at the monthly Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce luncheon.
Shifting to electric cars is needed in the Kootenays as our current transportation accounts for 60 per cent of our total greenhouse gas emissionsby Virginia Rasch
The new Kootenay Operation Centre near Castlegar's airport will centralize many of FortisBC's key operations.
New location supports better customer service for regional electricity customers
Earth Hour encourages you to have a lights-off hour.by Virginia Rasch
A net zero energy home produces as much energy as it consumes.by Kevin Miller
Wajax will represent the EVO-MT® systems in Eastern and Central Canada, and Northern British Columbia; Cullen Diesel Power will service Southern B.C.
Teck Resources Limited is piloting the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a fuel source in six haul trucks at its Fording River steelmaking coal operation.
Community Solar—purchase solar and receive the benefits as if it were on your very own roof.
BC Hydro will be upgrading the facility to meet growing electricity demand in Fernie and the surrounding area.
National Resources Canada ranks thirteen Canadian towns as potential candidates for a solar facility.