Talking energy with Greg Reimer

​Canadian Mining and Energy magazine publisher, Keith Powell, continues his podcast series with an interview with Greg Reimer.

Greg Reimer

Greg Reimer

Canadian Mining and Energy magazine publisher Keith Powell continues his podcast series with an interview with Greg Reimer, BC Hydro's executive vice-president, Transmission, Distribution & Customer Service BC.  Reimer was a recent guest speaker at a Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce luncheon and he sat down for a more in-depth interview with Canadian Mining and Energy magazine.

Reimer spoke about these topics:

  • The progress of the Site C Dam project in northeast British Columiba
  • What is driving the demand for electricity
  • How BC Hydro is addressing its aging infrastructure
  • How BC Hydro rates, while increasing, are some of the lowest in North America

We thank Mr. Reimer for sharing his knowledge and insight on BC Hydro goals and accomplishments.

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