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Amisk Hydroelectric Project

Federal Review Status:
Active/In Progress

Description
AHP Development Corporation is proposing to construct and operate a 330-megawatt hydroelectric facility on the Peace River, approximately 15 kilometres upstream of Dunvegan, in northwestern Alberta. As proposed, the Amisk Hydroelectric Project would generate approximately 1,875 gigawatt hours of electricity per year. The proposed project would involve the construction and operation of a powerhouse, spillway, headpond, fish passage, boat passage, a connecting transmission line and substation, as well as access roads and other construction related components

Sector
Hydro

Location
On the Peace River, approximately 15 kilometres upstream of Dunvegan, in northwestern Alberta

Proponent:
AHP Development Corporation

MPMO Officer:
Charlotte Landry
Senior Advisor
Major Projects Management Office
580 Booth St.
Ottawa, Ontario K1A0E4
Telephone Number: 343-292-6317

Email: charlotte.landry@canada.ca

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