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Exhibitor Profiles

Corporate Details
Exhibitor: BC Hydro
Contact Name: Edna Alle
Booth Number: 1103
Address: 4555 Kingsway,
12th Floor,
Vancouver, BC V5H 4T8
Website: http://www.bchydro.com

Corporate Summary:

BC Hydro is one of North America's leading providers of clean, renewable energy,and the largest electric utility in BC,serving approximately 95 per cent of the province's population and 1.8 million customers. We are responsible for reliably generating between 43,000 and 54,000 gigawatt hours(GWh) of electricity. Electricity is delivered to customers through an interconnected system of 18,531km of transmission lines and 56,780 kilometres of distribution lines.

Key Geographic Markets
Experience in:      Canada
Interest in: Canada
Product Service Offerings
Energy Efficiency, Utilities
Business Development Objectives
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