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sitecproject Nov 30
After a full site inspection, we can confirm there was no damage to any structures or equipment as a result of yesterday’s . All work on continues as planned
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Old Woman’s Chair 1h
built on shale. Fracking nearby. Earthquakes scientifically proven to occur with fracking. Oh and financial skewed. Like all big projects. Can we go for energy now. Available. Get it stop feeding /2
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Scott McKeen 2h
This should come as no surprise to BC Hydro, BC or Canada, given the 30 plus years of litigation over the WAC Bennett damn and the damage it did to the Delta when it was filled in '68.
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Bob Fedderly 5h
Looks like isn't the only major hydro project looking for a market. Similar as far as lack of business case goes. Should taxpayers be on the hook to pay for projects and transmission?
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BC Liberals 7h
Manitoba's Premier Pallister pitches prime minister on 'green pipeline' for hydro exports
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Joan Rollins 3h
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Bob Fedderly Dec 4
It was a topic of discussion and caused major untested design changes at the dam as referenced in 2009 engineering reports. >$12.5B gamble.
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Louise - STOP SITE C Dec 8
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Louise - STOP SITE C Dec 6
how are you doing it? Seriously. How do you continue on knowing what you’re doing to this area?
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Bob Fedderly Dec 7
Technology/efficiency of surface equipment is where the improvements in cost come from. was(is) camped on some of the best locations. Irony in that the well that had to be abandoned in thesubstation area at the dam had high downhole temp. as many gas wells do.
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Bob Fedderly Dec 7
Failing to recognize the difference in technology from the '80s when all of your "tests/studies" were done, leaves ratepayers stuck paying for the highest cost option, the dam. Remember that people involved in drilling were from the Northeast, before degrading anyone.
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Old Woman’s Chair 1h
Replying to @JustCanadianGal
2. corps entities (not even ppl) capital sits idle while debt grows. Hilarious funnies continuing. Haha makes me laugh every time.
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YVR Dec 7
It's not passing at a participation rate in the low 40's. The blew a generational opportunity. They should all resign!
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ireject Dec 7
Globe and Mail May 2018 has power projected at $60 cdn.
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Lindsay Brown Dec 7
Of all the dumb things that happened this week, this might be the dumbest. invites Bitcoin to BC? If BC has an electricity surplus to sell to money-laundering cryptocurrencies, then why are we building treaty-violating dam?
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Bob Fedderly Dec 7
Replying to @ProStarMech
Look at a map of where the drilled locations are in relation to the vent. Pointing out that many are oblivious to geotech probs. Geo power plant won't stifle 100km of productive valley. We know that the Peace Valley slides as the recent one so vividly reminds us.
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Tracy Lynn Dec 6
Not to mention the costs & over runs of
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Bob Fedderly Dec 7
Be content that will be at least the higher number. Project isn't seeing any efficiencies develop. Locals working cannot believe the money spray seen vs. other private infrastructure projects in the area. No accountability with poliparties pointing fingers at each other.
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David Unger 10h
No I don't the report is highly technical with details only a geo-engineer would understand but perhaps it's by design, it appears to deflect any discussion that these earth slides might reach but recent fracking earthquakes should bring it back into focus
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ireject Dec 7
economics "2007 report by the California Energy Commission, estimates the generation costs for a 50 MW geothermal binary plant at $92/MWh and $88/MWh for a 50 MW dual flash geothermal plant." highger estimates are $60 Cdn/MWh
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