Cloudworks open house in Harrison

Power company will be on hand to discuss run of river energy projects.

A community forum on run of river projects is being held April 6 at Harrison Memorial Hall.

Cloudworks Energy Inc. is proposing to develop four run‐of‐river hydroelectric projects in the Harrison Lake area, on Statlu Creek, Tretheway Creek, Shovel Creek and Big Silver Creek.

The The total capacity of the projects will be 81MW and will provide renewable electricity to approximately 30,800 homes annually in BC. Cloudworks is currently preparing an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the projects that will be submitted for joint review by provincial and federal environmental regulatory agencies.

The Village says Cloudworks is interested in meeting with community members in the Village of Harrison Hot Springs to describe the proposed projects and receive feedback from attendees.

The meeting is open to the public and begins at 7 p.m.

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