BC Hydro’s Site C Clean Energy Project will be a third dam and hydroelectric generating station on the Peace River in northeast British Columbia. Upon completion in 2024, it will provide 1,100 megawatts (MW) of capacity, and produce about 5,100 gigawatt hours (GWh) of electricity each year — enough energy to power the equivalent of … Continue reading A look at British Columbia’s Site C Dam Project.
Well then, you'll want to mark January 28 on your calendar. USA: Kicking Off a New Era of North American Trade is a session designed to explore business opportunities between Canada and the U.S. East Coast and Great Lakes regions. We're joining a panel of speakers to talk about opportunities in various industry sectors including … Continue reading Want to learn more about North American trade & investment?
On Tuesday, October 8 we'll be co-hosting a webinar with the PA Department of Community & Economic Development and Green and Spiegel, U.S., addressing topics including: Trade events, After sales service & installation, and Short-term contracts and solicited by Canadian customers. Everything you need to know will be discussed here. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register - and … Continue reading Have questions about coming to Canada for trade events and other business activities? You’ll need this.
Firms may have an opportunity to be involved in the engineering, construction and electricity generation components of this major energy infrastructure project. The Site C Dam Project on British Columbia's Peace River has gone through several iterations under different provincial governments. The site was originally proposed in the 1980s, but the project did not officially … Continue reading Site C Dam: construction opportunities in British Columbia.
As you can see from our Twitter feed, we're spending the next two weeks in Pennsylvania as part of Bringing the World to PA. Under the program, delegates from various world markets travel through the state, meeting with businesses and discussing the opportunities of exporting to those markets. We are, of course, representing the Canadian … Continue reading Why are we in Pennsylvania? Find out here.