October 3

BC Hydro completes Merritt to Coquitlam transmission line

VICTORIA – Energy Minister Bill Bennett says a new hydro transmission line from Merritt to Coquitlam, B.C., improves power distribution to the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island.BC Hydro announced the completion of the 247-kilometre, 500-kilovolt power line project that stretches from the grasslands of the southern Interior, over mountains, across the Fraser River and into the Vancouver area.Bennett says the new line improves Hydro’s capabilities to deliver power from B.C.’s dams into the Lower Mainland where the majority of British Columbians live.He says the new line is the first major upgrade of BC Hydro’s transmission system in 30 years, providing a vital link as power demands increase.Hydro President Jessica McDonald says the transmission line is one of 550 infrastructure projects undertaken over the past four years.The final cost of the transmission line project is expected to be $743 million, about $18 million above Hydro’s original budget. BC Hydro completes Merritt to Coquitlam transmission line by The Canadian Press Posted Nov 20, 2015 2:39 pm MDT Last Updated Nov 20, 2015 at 3:21 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

September 22

NACH BERLIN 5000 tickets sold 100 days before EHF Cup F4

← Previous Story THW Kiel secure “line power”! Next Story → Greek handball legend Savvas Karypidis ended NT career Berlin handballehf f4 cuphandball After a successful premiere in Nantes last May, the second edition of the EHF Cup Finals is also bound to be a fantastic event. With 100 days to go, over 5,000 tickets have been sold for the tournament in Berlin’s Max-Schmeling-Halle.“Our team is working intensively on the preparations for the EHF Cup Finals in Berlin. More than 5,000 tickets have been sold so far and there are just a few tickets left in the lower level of the arena,“ said Bob Hanning, the manager of Füchse Berlin, who will stage the tournament on 17/18 May 2014.Tickets available from €49Handball fans across Europe can purchase their place at the high-profile event in the German capital through the official website of the club – www.fuechse-berlin.de.The tickets valid for all four matches are available in three categories for 49, 99 and 199 euros.Berlin Finals CallingOn the fringes of their first match in the EHF Cup Group Phase (on Sunday 9 February) Füchse will also launch the campaign “Berlin Finals Calling” which will see the promotion of the event through posters all over the city, Berlin’s airports or through spots in cinemas.Furthermore, the official website of the EHF Cup Finals 2014 will be launched on Sunday.To promote the group phase games, Füchse cooperate with more than 100  “Kaiser’s” supermarkets in Berlin where fans can buy tickets for group phase games for €10 eachTEXT: EHF read more