BC is Canada’s single largest exporter of coal, largest producer of copper and the only producer of molybdenum. Source: NRCan

BC Power Symposium

January 27, 2015 to January 28, 2015

British Columbia is at a critical point in the evolution of its power industry. Progress on major LNG projects, investment in the mining sector, an aging infrastructure together with limited public funding as well as the recent Supreme Court Decision on Native land claims in BC will all have an immense impact on the power sector and the province in general in coming years.

What is the current status of major LNG projects? Where do independent power generators fit in the overall energy plan? What is the role of the private sector in BC’s energy market? The 9th Annual BC Power Symposium will delve into these questions and more to find out how this situation is evolving, what it means and where the opportunities lie.

Last year’s symposium involved a number of the provinces leading power players including BC Hydro, Kitsault Energy, Fortis BC, the National Energy Board, Capital Power Corp, TransCanada Corp, SNC Lavalin and more.


Vancouver, BC