ROR Power develops two forms of green energy. Hydroelectric (known as run-of-river) facilities harness the power of gravity and mountain streams to create electricity, while biomass generates power by consuming beetle-damaged and dead trees, forestry waste and sawmill residue. Both forms are considered green power generation - sustainable and respectful of the environment when appropriately constructed and managed.
We currently operate a run-of-river power facility under a 20-year contract with BC Hydro, and have been awarded an Electricity Purchase Agreement by BC Hydro for our 25 MW Skookum Power Project.
|Operating||Brandywine Creek||7.6 MW|
|Contracted||Skookum Power Project||25.0 MW|
|Potential Development||Mamquam Power Cluster||22.0 MW|
|Highway 20||437.0 MW|
|Potential Development||Tsilhqot’in Biomass Project||34.0 MW|