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NorskeCanada to supply electricity in BC


May 6, 2003
By Pulp & Paper Canada

NorskeCanada says it can supply Vancouver Island with the additional electricity it will need at a lower cost than…

NorskeCanada says it can supply Vancouver Island with the additional electricity it will need at a lower cost than BC Hydro’s controversial Georgia Strait Pipeline and Island Generation project proposals.
Last April, the mill filed reports with the provincial regulator in which it outlines co-generation projects at its three Vancouver Island pulp mills — Port Alberni, Crofton and Elk Falls/Campbell River — that, along with several conservation measures, would add 362 megawatts of capacity to the Island’s power grid for approximately $420 million.

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