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More than 1,000 homes without power in Kelowna

FortisBC estimates that power will be restored at 10 a.m.

 

Power outage in Kelowna on Friday, Aug. 13. (FortisBC photo)

UPDATE: Power restored for thousands in Kelowna

Power restored in Upper Mission, lights out in Lower Mission

 

An electric car is seen getting charged at parking lot in Tsawwassen, near Vancouver, Friday, April, 6, 2018. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward)

22 electric vehicle chargers launching through FortisBC project

The initiative will give British Columbians more options to charge their zero-emission vehicles

 

Artist’s rendering of the Site C dam, the third hydro dam on the Peace River that started construction in 2015. (BC Hydrophoto)

FortisBC outlines renewable energy plan blueprint

Sees $100 billion savings in diversified approach rather than electrification option

Artist’s rendering of the Site C dam, the third hydro dam on the Peace River that started construction in 2015. (BC Hydrophoto)
A record number of Kelowna, Kamloops residents apply for energy efficiency rebates as part of their home renovation. (CNW Group/FortisBC)

FortisBC sees an uptick in Kelowna, Kamloops home renovations

A record number of home owners apply for energy rebates during the pandemic

A record number of Kelowna, Kamloops residents apply for energy efficiency rebates as part of their home renovation. (CNW Group/FortisBC)
Photo (L-R): This year’s REnEW program graduates are Kaylamay Meldrum, Jordan Lindley; Selena Joe; Bill Louie (program mentor); Dakota Ned; Chayton Coble; Ricky August; Kenny Derickson; Tiffany Louie and Tanita Beaulieu. (Photo - FortisBC)

Innovative FortisBC training program builds construction skills, new lives

10 students graduated from the REnEW program

Photo (L-R): This year’s REnEW program graduates are Kaylamay Meldrum, Jordan Lindley; Selena Joe; Bill Louie (program mentor); Dakota Ned; Chayton Coble; Ricky August; Kenny Derickson; Tiffany Louie and Tanita Beaulieu. (Photo - FortisBC)
FortisBC is reporting record electricity usage as temperatures spike. (Michael Rodriguez - Capital News)

FortisBC sees record-high summer electricity usage in Okanagan and Kootenays

‘As temperatures spike, so does the demand for electricity’ - FortisBC

FortisBC is reporting record electricity usage as temperatures spike. (Michael Rodriguez - Capital News)