BC Hydro and Synex to Build Two New Hydropower Plants on Vancouver Island

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2002-02-25 [SolarAccess.com] British Columbia Hydro has executed two long-term electricity purchase agreements with Synex Energy Resources Ltd., covering the purchase of electricity from two hydroelectric plants to be located on Vancouver Island. BC Hydro is sponsoring these plants under its ‘green power’ initiative. The proposed plants are to be located at the village of Tahsis and near the town of Gold River with installed capacities of 2.9 MW and 3.8 MW respectively. Work on these projects is entering the regulatory phase with operation of both plants scheduled to commence by January 2004.
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