All of these plants have water diverted by BC Hydro's Kootenay Canal.Fortis BC also owns Walden North, a non-regulated 16 megawatt run-of-river hydroelectric generating plant near Lillooet, British Columbia.
The South Slocan Dam was commissioned in 1928 and has an aggregate generating capacity of 54 MW. The company also serves the northern community of Fort Nelson, B. It operates approximately 48,000 km of pipelines, 11 compressor stations, and a liquified natural gas (LNG) terminal in Delta, B. The distribution network also includes several underwater pipeline crossings, including under the Columbia and Fraser rivers and the Strait of Georgia.
The South Slocan Dam is located on the Kootenay River, near South Slocan, 20 km south west of Nelson on British Columbia Highway 3A. The company’s newest natural gas pipeline, the Whistler Pipeline, was built in conjunction with the Sea to Sky Highway Improvement Project, which was completed for the Vancouver-Whistler 2010 Winter Olympic Games.
Some facilities are owned and others operated and maintained by Fortis BC.
Fortis BC owns four regulated hydro-electric generating plants on the Kootenay River with an aggregate capacity of 223 MW: the Corra Linn, Upper Bonnington, Lower Bonnington, and South Slocan Plants.
Fortis BC (natural gas) develops and operates geoexchange and district energy systems.
Projects include Dockside Green, Victoria, and Athlete's Village, Whistler.
Fortis BC (natural gas) also develops systems such as geoexchange and district energy systems for communities and municipalities.
The company also produces gas from landfill and agricultural waste.
Fortis BC Inc is an electric power and gas distribution/retail company in the Canadian province of British Columbia, a subsidiary of Newfoundland-based Fortis Inc., Canada’s largest private utility company.
In March 2011 Terasen Gas, British Columbia's largest natural gas distributor, was renamed Fortis BC Energy Inc., as both companies are owned by Fortis Inc.
This framework is intended to encourage Fortis BC to operate efficiently by permitting its shareholders and customers to share in cost savings if specified targets are met. Vice-presidents included Roger Dall’Antonia, for Customer Service and Regulatory Affairs, Cynthia Des Brisay, for Midstream Services & Resource Development, Jody Drope, for Human Resources and Environment, Health and Safety, Ian Lorimer, for Finance & CFO, Doyle Sam, for Operations and Engineering, Doug Stout, for Market Development & External Relations, and Dennis Swanson, for Energy Supply.