SITE C

Abundant, clean electricity has been a cornerstone of British Columbia’s economy and quality of life for generations. That’s why BC Hydro is proposing to build the Site C Clean Energy Project (Site C), a third dam and hydroelectric generating station on the Peace River in northeast B.C. Subject to approvals, Site C would be a source of clean, renewable and cost-effective electricity in B.C. for more than 100 years.

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Jobs and Economic Development

The construction and operation of Site C would generate economic benefits for British Columbians through job creation, economic development and increased revenues for all levels of government.

Site C and Agriculture

More than 99 per cent of Class 1 to 5 agricultural land in the Peace Agricultural Region would not be affected by Site C. Approximately 2.6 million hectares would remain available for agricultural production in the region, while approximately 3,800 hectares would be unavailable.

Latest Information

Request for Qualifications Issued for Site C Main Civil Works BC Hydro posted a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) on BC Bid today for main civil works for the Site C Clean Energy Project (Site C). This RFQ initiates a 16-month procurement process with a contract award expected in the summer of 2015, subject to environmental certification, other regulatory permits and authorizations, and approvals to proceed....
Procurement Update: BC Hydro Issues RFQ for Worker Accommodation BC Hydro posted a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) on BC Bid today for the design, construction, partial financing, operation and maintenance of two temporary accommodation camps for the Site C Clean Energy Project (Site C). Project construction is subject to Site C receiving environmental certification and other regulatory permits and approvals. ...
Poll Finds Public Support for Site C A public opinion survey found that 84% of people surveyed in B.C. either support Site C (42%) or can accept it under certain circumstances (42%), while 13% are opposed ...