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Our Projects

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.

Power Capacity

 

Hydroelectric

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

Biomass

Potential Development Tsilhqot’in Biomass Project 34.0 MW