Plug set to be pulled on B.C.'s older private power projects
from Business in Vancouver
From Aug. 18:
By the time the $9 billion Site C hydroelectric dam comes online in 2024, more than half the power it produces could be spoken for by just three liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects, if they're built. But given recent setbacks in the global LNG industry, that's starting to look like a big "if." If the projects don't go ahead, the province could be stuck with a surplus of power, although long-term, the utility insists the power will be needed to address general population and economic growth.
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