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 building the Site C Clean Energy Project (Site C), a third dam and hydroelectric generating station on the Peace River in northeast B.C. Site C will be a source of clean, renewable and cost-effective electricity in B.C. for more than 100 years.

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Aboriginal Consultation and Engagement

BC Hydro is committed to meeting its obligation to consult and accommodate Aboriginal groups, where appropriate. Consultation and engagement with Aboriginal groups about Site C began in 2007 and is continuing through the construction period.

Site C and Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Site C will produce among the lowest lifecycle greenhouse gas emissions, per gigawatt hour, compared to other forms of electricity generation – and significantly less than fossil fuel sources.

Latest Information

BC Hydro and Fort St. John Reach Agreement-in-Principle on Community Measures Agreement BC Hydro and the City of Fort St. John have reached an agreement-in-principle on a Community Measures Agreement related to the construction of the Site C Clean Energy Project....
Site C Job Fairs and Business Networking Sessions Coming to Northern Communities BC Hydro and its contractors are hosting job fairs and business networking sessions in northern communities for workers and businesses interested in the Site C project....
Site C Business-to-Business Networking Sessions and Job Fairs Coming to Northern Communities The BC Chamber of Commerce and BC Hydro are holding business-to-business networking sessions that will provide an opportunity for businesses from local, regional and Aboriginal communities to meet with the main civil works contractor for the Site C Project. ...