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(L to R) Don McCormick, mayor of Kimberley, B.C., and David Kelly, CEO of SkyFire Energy, at the SunMine official opening
Kimberley, Energy, Environment, Mining Sun power for Kimberley

The successful operation of the Kimberley SunMine increases the potential for economic development in that community.

A scenic view of mountains.
Elkford, Developments, Energy Elkford identified as potential solar industry “hotspot”

National Resources Canada ranks thirteen Canadian towns as potential candidates for a solar facility.

Don Linday, Teck CEO; Jim Whitehead, Chief of Ktunaxa; Rick Jense, Director Columbia Basin Trust; Bill Bennett, BC Minister of Energy and Mines applaud the official
East Kootenay, Kimberley, Developments, Energy, Technology SunMine fast facts and background

As SunMine has officially opened in Kimberley, B.C., here are some interesting facts on the history and background of the project.

Mike Martin, mayor of Trail, B.C.
Trail, Energy, Environment, Technology Waneta dam good for Trail

The citizens of Trail, B.C., have reaped some important short-term and long-term benefits from the Waneta Dam expansion project.

An older gentleman and a women standing above the turbines inside Waneta.
Castlegar, Trail, Developments, Energy, Environment, Technology Inside the $900-million Waneta Expansion Project

Kootenay Business magazine went on a tour of the Waneta Expansion Project near Trail, B.C.

Two workers are silhouetted against a yellow lit tunnel.
Castlegar, Trail, Developments, Energy The Waneta expansion now

Kootenay Business brings our readers an update on the Waneta Dam expansion, a major project taking place in our backyard.


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