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bc hydro Jobs in Canada
|Business Intelligence Specialist||BC Hydro||Burnaby|
|Data Integration Specialist (FTT)||BC Hydro||Vancouver|
|Property Representative 2||BC Hydro||Vancouver|
|Electric Service Coordinator||BC Hydro||Burnaby|
|Field Service Representative — Valemount PTR||BC Hydro||Valemount|
|Vegetation Program Manager||BC Hydro||Burnaby|
|Instructional Designer / Technical Writer||BC Hydro||Surrey|
|Senior Engineer — Hydrology Field Programs Manager||BC Hydro||Burnaby|
|Natural Resource Specialist 1 (Site C)||BC Hydro||Fort Saint John|
|Engineer 2 — Transmission Stations Engineering||BC Hydro||Burnaby|
|Const Officer 4 — Welding — MOU 15||BC Hydro||Fort Saint John|
|Records & Document Administrator — Site C (MOU 15)||BC Hydro||Vancouver|
|Engineering Team Lead — Future Grid and Modernization||BC Hydro||Burnaby|
|Distribution Drafter 2||BC Hydro||Burnaby|
|Category Management Practice Lead||BC Hydro||Burnaby|
|Engineering Team Lead (Transmission Lines)||BC Hydro||Burnaby|
|Engineer 2 — Civil/Geotech/Geological -Site C||BC Hydro||Fort Saint John|
|Engineering Team Lead — Site C, Fort St||BC Hydro||Fort Saint John|
|Senior Engineer — Transmission Estimating||BC Hydro||Burnaby|
|BC Hydro — Security Console Operator (Fly-in/Fly-out)||Securiguard||Fort Saint John|
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P.O. Box 8910, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
BC Hydro is a Crown corporation, owned by the government and people of British Columbia. It’s our job to generate, and to purchase, reliable, affordable electricity for our customers.
In 2015, we generated 98% of our electricity from clean and renewable sources.
Scroll down the page to find information that includes quarterly and annual reports, our executive and board of directors, vendor/contractor information and reports on our sustainability objectives.
Hydroelectric power drives the province
We operate 31 hydroelectric facilities and two thermal generating plants, with the bulk of our generation coming from dams on the Peace and Columbia river systems.
We deliver electricity to customers through a network of over 78,000 kilometres of transmission and distribution lines.
Independent Power Producers — including run-of-river hydroelectric, wind and biomass generating projects — account for about 25% of our domestic supply.
Governance and mandate
As a Provincial Crown corporation, the owner and sole shareholder of BC Hydro is the Province of British Columbia.
We report through the Ministry of Energy and Mines. Four key pieces of legislation – including the BC Energy Act – combine to provide:
- A mandate to generate, manufacture, conserve, supply, acquire, and dispose of power and related products
- Regulatory power to the British Columbia Utilities Commission (BCUC), to ensure our customers receive safe, reliable and non-discriminatory energy services at fair rates
- A reasonable opportunity to the shareholder (Province of B.C.) to earn a fair return on its invested capital.
The Act also ensures public ownership of our heritage resources, which include BC Hydro’s transmission and distribution systems, and all of our existing generation and storage assets.
Annual and quarterly reports, service plans, financial information and a look at our board of directors and executive.
Sustainability & BC Hydro
Our environmental bottom line looks at how we manage impacts from our operations, weigh environmental values with economic ones and plan for a future with more green energy in our system.
Accountability & reports
Financial reports, the global reporting initiative and information on BC Hydro’s openness and accountability.
BC Hydro is regulated by the British Columbia
Utilities Commission (BCUC).
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BC Hydro and Power Authority (BC Hydro), a provincial Crown corportation is the third-largest electric utility in Canada.
BC Hydro and Power Authority (BC Hydro), a provincial Crown corportation is the third-largest electric utility in Canada. It serves over 1.5 million customers in an area containing more than 94% of BC’s population. Between 43 000 and 54 000 gigawatt-hours of electricity are generated annually, depending upon prevailing water levels. Most of the electricity is produced at 30 hydroelectric generating plants which have a total capacity of 9716 megawatts (MW), and more than 80% of this is produced by major stations on the Columbia and Peace rivers by 61 dams at 43 locations. The remainder is generated by 32 hydroelectric facilities, one major gas-fired thermal power plant and two combustion, turbine stations.
Electricity is delivered to customers through an interconnected system of over 73 000 km of transmission and distribution lines. As of 31 March, 1998, the company had 4821 regular and 558 temporary employees. Its headquarters are in Vancouver and Burnaby. BC Hydro’s Board of Directors is appointed by the lieutenant-governor-in-council and is responsible for the overall direction of the company. BC Hydro is regulated by the BC Utilities Commission. The provincial government decreed a freeze of basic tariffs for all classes of customers until 31 March, 2000, amounting to a seven-year rate freeze, since BC Hydro has not had a general rate increase since 1 April, 1993.
BC Hydro was formed in 1962 by provincial legislation amalgamating the BC Electric Company and the BC Power Commission. The BC Electric Company was a former private utility that began hydroelectric and electric railway operations in the late 1890s and was acquired by the provincial government in 1961. The BC Power Commission was a public utility established by the provincial government in 1945 to consolidate the operations of many small utilities outside the BC Electric service area.
After amalgamation, BC Hydro began developing the hydroelectric potential of the Peace and Columbia rivers. The W.A.C. Bennett Dam on the Peace River is among the largest earthfill structures in existence, and the project’s 2730 MW Gordon M. Shrum Generating Station was the world’s largest underground powerhouse when it started operating in 1968.
The Columbia River Treaty (signed in 1961, effective 1964) between Canada and the US opened the way for construction in BC of 3 dams, Duncan, Keenleyside and Mica, to regulate the flow of the Columbia River, providing flood control and enabling BC and the US to construct large power plants along the river and its tributaries. Only the Mica project, which has an ultimate capacity of 2604 MW, included generating facilities. The 594 MW Seven Mile project on the Pend d’Oreille River and the 700 MW Peace Canyon project on the Peace River began operations in 1980. The 1843 MW Revelstoke project on the Columbia River, completed in 1984, brought BC Hydro’s total installed generating capacity to more than 10.5 million kW. Since 1984, capacity has been added in smaller increments, primarily through purchases from independent producers. The Company strives to meet increases in customer demand by increasing efficiency and output at existing facilities.
In addition to providing electric power, BC Hydro distributed natural gas in the Lower Mainland and propane-air gas in Greater Victoria. It also operated city transit services in Greater Vancouver and Greater Victoria, an interurban bus service on the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island, and a rail freight service on the Lower Mainland. Between 1979 and 1989, BC Hydro divested itself of the transit, gas and rail operations to concentrate on the electric business.
In the winter of 1995-95, organizational changes were made to structure BC Hydro around 3 distinct functional business units — Power Supply, Transmission and Distribution, and Customer Services — reflecting the 3 areas that the electric utility industry is segmenting into nationally, continentally and internationally. The company’s mandate is to provide integrated energy solutions to customers in an environmentally and socially responsible way.
BC Hydro Канада
Сообщение Бантик » 13 фев 2014, 17:48
Пожалуйста, подскажите как получить Credit Reference Letter из BC Hydro, если кто-то когда-то имел с ними дело.
Банк запросил у нас письмо от BC Hydro, в котором должно быть указано, что мы исправно платили все билы в течении года, не было задержек и проблем с нами, как с должниками нет. Получение этой маленькой бумажки растянулось на 3 недели. Звонки к ним — эпопея в трех томах. Они ничего такого не дают, оказывается. Наконец-то, я попала на адекватного консультанта и он мне выслал обещанное письмо. НО. письмо оказалось пустым!
Прислали пустую форму для заполнения и приложили комментарий, следующего содержания: PLease send to a utility company have them verify the payment history and send back to (e-mail@bchydro) or mail to address on form.
Звоню операторам — оказывается надо идти в локальную BC Hydro. Такой нет у нас в городе, есть только ремонтный центр, позвонила им — отправляют меня опять в Ванкувер, опять к тем же операторам. Издевательство!
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Canada BC Hydro customer overcharged for 14 years
Ottawa res > The twister devastated a Hydro One transformer station in Merivale in west-end Ottawa, one of the major electricity supply points to the city. READ MORE: Thousands without power, several injured after tornado rips through Ottawa-Gatineau region»It will take multiple days to restore that station. When that station comes back online, power will flow,» Hydro Ottawa president and CEO Bryce Conrad said on Saturday. «In the meantime, we are working to redirect power, to restore power where we can but that transformer station is the problem for us at the moment. Again, this is a multi-day outage.
+ A B . C . woman is reminding people to keep a close eye on their BC Hydro bill after she was overcharged for well over a decade. Sandra Schuk of Savona discovered the error on her January 2020 hydro bill.
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A B.C. woman is reminding people to keep a close eye on their BC Hydro bill after she was overcharged for well over a decade.
Sandra Schuk of Savona discovered the error on her January 2020 hydro bill.
“There was a notation on my January bill saying that I was a business and I said, ‘I’m not a business. I’m just a single family dwelling on an acreage,’” Schuk said.
Schuk has kept all of her BC Hydro bills for the last 14 years. She says the notation on her bill, which surfaced at the beginning of 2020, stated she was a sole proprietorship, something she says never surfaced on her previous bills.
She contacted BC Hydro immediately.
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A woman who discovered she’d been overcharged by BC Hydro for 14 years came to Global’s “Consumer Matters” to get a refund. Anne Drewa reports.
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«I said, ‘I’ve been charged incorrectly all this time since I moved here 14 years ago,’” said Schuk.
BC Hydro admitted to the error, but Schuk says a representative told her they would only correct the billing rate back to January 2020 due to company policy.
“He said our policy is to only go back to the time that you call in about it and that was it. They aren’t going to do any more,” Schuk said.
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Frustrated, Schuk reached out to Consumer Matters.
«I thought, ‘Who am I going to go to try and get it back to the very beginning because it was wrong from the day I moved in here?’ So, I decided to go to Consumer Matters and in three days time I had an answer.»
BC Hydro Spokesperson Mora Scott told Consumer Matters, “This is an issue that dates back to 2002 and something that’s happened over the past 16 years.»
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Overcharged by B . C . Hydro for 14 years . “At the same time, British Columbians were largely looking for more renewables. People like wind, they like “We remain focused on keeping our rates affordable for our customers , and will continue to work with government to find opportunities to lower our costs.”
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«The original customer at this premise was a commercial customer. When the current customers moved in they built a home on the property. When a new home is built on the property, the developer or contractor is supposed to reach out to BC Hydro to let us know so we can update the rate and unfortunately that didn’t happen in this case.
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“We went back over 16 years of records and there’s no indication the contractor or developer ever reached out to us,» Scott added. «So at the end of the day there’s no fault on BC Hydro, but we can’t fault the customer either. The contractor, developer didn’t do their job here and unfortunately they [the Schuks] were overcharged as a result.”
BC Hydro would not tell Consumer Matters how much of a credit Schuk received, only that it was a few thousand dollars.
Sandra Schuk said she is thankful for Consumer Matters’ help.
“I’d like to say thank you very much because I just thought they [BC Hydro] would never give it to us – ever,” she said.
Consumer Matters did reach out to the developer, but did not receive a response.
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BC Hydro showing Canada how complex supply chain is done
56,000 GWh of electricity produced per year, close to 300 substations, 18,500km of transmission lines, 60,000km of overhead and underground distribution lines, 300km of underground and submarine transmission cables.
Sounds like a big operation, right? Well, if you’re generating, purchasing and delivering electricity to 95% of British Columbia’s four million people across the vast expanses of some of the world’s most unforgiving terrain, ‘big’ tends to be the only option.
BC Hydro, a provincial Crown corporation that reports to the BC Ministry of Energy and Mines, has a workforce of close to 6,000 people, spread across offices in more than 100 communities throughout the province.
With such a huge operation to manage, any opportunities to improve reliability and efficiency are valuable. That’s why BC Hydro’s electric transmission system is connected to the transmission systems of neighboring province Alberta to the east and Washington state to the south.
This is great for trade, which allows BC Hydro to run an overall tighter ship, but it adds to what is already a great challenge in managing a sprawling and complex supply chain. The organization spends more than $2 billion per year. Who it buys from, how it buys it, and even when it buys it, all has an impact on costs and ultimately the prices it can offer customers.
The sheer scope of BC Hydro’s supply chain means it’s always been a challenge to manage supplier relationships – making sure they’re paid on time and having solid policies and controls that cover the entire supply chain.
BC Hydro’s Supplier eCommerce Manager Hanif Dhrolia was well aware of this problem – one faced and handled with varying degrees of success by most large organizations – and set out to find a way to solve it.
A few years ago, BC Hydro kicked off a pilot program on the Ariba Network, a cloud-based B2B marketplace where buyers and suppliers can do business within a single, networked platform. Initially a small selection of key suppliers was brought on board to test the waters and gradually more were added as the approach proved successful.
“Early on there was some reluctance from both suppliers and internal stakeholders to move supplier transactions to a cloud network. Some didn’t want to mess with the way their invoicing was done, and others saw it as extra work,” said Hanif.
While change is often met with resistance, Hanif maintained a firm belief that everyone would eventually appreciate the long-term benefits. His instincts were right; all involved have seen how the invoice compliance required in the Ariba Network – i.e. getting it right the first time – saves effort and money in the end.
It turns out that managing orders and invoicing over a business network in the cloud has exceeded Hanif’s expectations. His target was to have at least 93% of invoices paid on time; he reached 95%. BC Hydro is saving $1 million a year in accounts payable costs, and is also finding opportunities to cut spending through dynamic discounting over the network.
For Hanif, the success is not only about saving money, but is also about improving supplier relationships. “The benefits to our suppliers of an e-commerce platform are the increased speed and frequency of on-time payments, the ability to track invoices and orders online in one place, fewer invoice exceptions, and paperless, environmentally-friendly trade.”
It all adds up to a happier and healthier supply chain for BC Hydro, and has cemented Hanif’s place as a digital supply chain pioneer in Canada.