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«Jamie Creek Project Project Type: Run-of-river hydro Owner: C-Free Power Corp. Nearest Community: Gold Bridge Capacity: 19MW Total Energy: 41GWh/year ...»

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BC Hydro Clean Power Call

Jamie Creek Project

Project Type: Run-of-river hydro

Owner: C-Free Power Corp.

Nearest Community: Gold Bridge

Capacity: 19MW

Total Energy: 41GWh/year

The Jamie Creek Project is a nameplate 19 MW capacity run-of-river

hydroelectric project, located on Jamie Creek, approximately 16 km west of

Gold Bridge.

The project does not require a dam, but rather relies on the natural grade and flow of the creek. A portion of the flow is diverted into a penstock, which conveys the water to a downstream powerhouse.

The project qualifies as clean or renewable electricity in accordance with the guidelines published by the BC Ministry of Energy, Mines, and Petroleum Resources.

Project Contact Info:

Clyde Carr, Vice-President, Business Development C-Free Power Corp.

Phone: 403-230-5124 www.carbonfreepower.com Please note that descriptions provide only a summary overview of the identified projects as presently planned, and may be subject to change.

BC Hydro Clean Power Call Quality Wind Project Project Type: Wind Owner: CP Renewable Energy (BC) Limited Partnership Nearest Community: Tumbler Ridge Capacity: 142 MW Total Energy: 433 GWh/year The Quality Wind Project is a wind project located approximately 10 km northeast of the District of Tumbler Ridge in the Peace River Region.

The project utilizes 74 units of wind turbine generators and qualifies as clean or renewable electricity in accordance with the guidelines published by the BC Ministry of Energy, Mines, and Petroleum Resources.

Project Contact Info:

Capital Power Corporation Mike Long Phone: 780-392-5207 www.capitalpower.com Please note that descriptions provide only a summary overview of the identified projects as presently planned, and may be subject to change.

BC Hydro Clean Power Call Big Silver – Shovel Creek Project Project Type: Run-of-river hydro Owner: Cloudworks Energy Inc.

Nearest Community: Harrison Hot Springs Capacity: 37 MW Total Energy: 110 GWh/year The Big Silver Creek Project is a run-of-river hydroelectric project located on Big Silver Creek approximately 40 km north of Harrison Hot Springs.

The Shovel Creek Project is a run-of-river hydroelectric project located on Shovel Creek, a tributary to Big Silver Creek, approximately 45 km north of Harrison Hot Springs.

The projects do not require a dam but rather rely on the natural grade and flow of the creeks. A portion of the flow is diverted into penstocks which convey the water to downstream powerhouses.

The projects qualify as clean or renewable electricityin accordance with the guidelines published by the BC Ministry of Energy, Mines, and Petroleum Resources.

Project Contact Info:

Cloudworks Energy Inc.

John Johnson, Director Phone: 604-633-9990 www.cloudworksenergy.com Please note that descriptions provide only a summary overview of the identified projects as presently planned, and may be subject to change.

BC Hydro Clean Power Call Northwest Stave River Project

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The Northwest Stave River Project is located approximately 45 km northwest of Mission.

The project does not require a dam but rather relies on the natural grade and flow of the river. A portion of the flow is diverted into a penstock which conveys the water to a downstream powerhouse.

The project qualifies as clean or renewable electricity in accordance with the guidelines published by the BC Ministry of Energy, Mines, and Petroleum Resources.

Project Contact Info:

Cloudworks Energy Inc.

John Johnson, Director Phone: 604-633-9990 www.cloudworksenergy.com Please note that descriptions provide only a summary overview of the identified projects as presently planned, and may be subject to change.

BC Hydro Clean Power Call   Tretheway Creek Project

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The Tretheway Creek Project is a run-of-river hydroelectric project, located approximately 50 km north of Harrison Hot Springs.

The project does not require a dam, but rather relies on the natural grade and flow of the creek. A portion of the flow is diverted into a penstock which conveys the water to a downstream powerhouse.

The project qualifies as clean or renewable electricity in accordance with the guidelines published by the BC Ministry of Energy, Mines, and Petroleum Resources.

Project Contact Info:

Cloudworks Energy Inc.

John Johnson, Director Phone: 604-633-9990 www.cloudworksenergy.com Please note that descriptions provide only a summary overview of the identified projects as presently planned, and may be subject to change.

BC Hydro Clean Power Call Upper Lillooet River Hydroelectric Project

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The Upper Lillooet River Hydroelectric Project is a nameplate 74 MW runof-river renewable energy project located on the Lillooet River, a tributary to the Fraser River, 70 km northwest of Pemberton.

The Project will divert partial flows from the river through an intake structure directly into a tunnel, followed by a buried penstock, and then to the downstream powerhouse. The water will then be returned to the river.

The project qualifies as clean or renewable electricity in accordance with the guidelines published by the BC Ministry of Energy, Mines, and Petroleum Resources.





Project Contact Info:

Ms. Edith Ducharme, LL.L., Director – Financial Communications and Investor Relations (450) 928-2550, ext. 222 Mr. Jean Trudel, MBA, Vice President – Finance and Investor Relations (450) 928-2550, ext. 252 www.innergex.com Please note that descriptions provide only a summary overview of the identified projects as presently planned, and may be subject to change.

BC Hydro Clean Power Call Boulder Creek Hydroelectric Project

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The Boulder (Pebble) Creek Hydroelectric Project is a nameplate 23 MW run-of-river project located on Boulder Creek in the Lillooet River drainage basin, a tributary to the Fraser River, 56 km northwest of Pemberton.

The Project will divert partial flows from the creek through an intake structure to a buried penstock and then to the downstream powerhouse.

Water will then be returned to the creek. Boulder Creek and North Creek are tributaries to the Lillooet River from the north side of the valley.

The project qualifies as clean or renewable electricity in accordance with the guidelines published by the BC Ministry of Energy, Mines, and Petroleum Resources.

Project Contact Info:

Ms. Edith Ducharme, LL.L., Director – Financial Communications and Investor Relations (450) 928-2550, ext. 222 Mr. Jean Trudel, MBA, Vice President – Finance and Investor Relations (450) 928-2550, ext. 252 www.innergex.com Please note that descriptions provide only a summary overview of the identified projects as presently planned, and may be subject to change.

BC Hydro Clean Power Call North Creek Hydroelectric Project

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The North Creek Hydroelectric Project is a nameplate 16 MW run-of-river project located on North Creek in the Lillooet River drainage basin, a tributary to the Fraser River, 38 km northwest of Pemberton.

The Project will divert partial flows from the creek through an intake structure to a buried penstock and then to the turbine and generating equipment located in the powerhouse. Water will then be returned to the creek. Boulder Creek and North Creek are tributaries to the Lillooet River from the north side of the valley.

The project qualifies as clean or renewable electricity in accordance with the guidelines published by the BC Ministry of Energy, Mines, and Petroleum Resources.

Project Contact Info:

Ms. Edith Ducharme, LL.L., Director – Financial Communications and Investor Relations (450) 928-2550, ext. 222 Mr. Jean Trudel, MBA, Vice President – Finance and Investor Relations (450) 928-2550, ext. 252 www.innergex.com Please note that descriptions provide only a summary overview of the identified projects as presently planned, and may be subject to change.

BC Hydro Clean Power Call Bullmoose Wind Energy Project

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The Bullmoose Wind Energy Project is a wind project located in the Peace Region approximately 22 km west of Tumbler Ridge.

The project will use 20 wind turbine generators.

The project qualifies as clean or renewable electricity in accordance with the guidelines published by the BC Ministry of Energy, Mines, and Petroleum Resources.

Project Contact Info:

Finavera Renewables Inc.

Email: info@finavera.com Phone: 604-288-9051 Website: www.finavera.com Please note that descriptions provide only a summary overview of the identified projects as presently planned, and may be subject to change.

BC Hydro Clean Power Call

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The Meikle Wind Energy Project is a wind project located in the Peace Region, approximately 23 km northwest of Tumbler Ridge.

The project will use 55 wind turbine generators.

The project qualifies as clean or renewable electricity in accordance with the guidelines published by the BC Ministry of Energy, Mines, and Petroleum Resources.

Project Contact Info:

Finavera Renewables Inc.

Email: info@finavera.com Phone: 604-288-9051 Website: www.finavera.com Please note that descriptions provide only a summary overview of the identified projects as presently planned, and may be subject to change.

BC Hydro Clean Power Call Tumbler Ridge Wind Energy Project

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The Tumbler Ridge Wind Energy Project is a wind project located in the Peace Region approximately 8 km southwest of Tumbler Ridge.

The project will use 30 wind turbine generators.

The project qualifies as clean or renewable electricity in accordance with the guidelines published by the BC Ministry of Energy, Mines, and Petroleum Resources.

Project Contact Info:

Finavera Renewables Inc.

Email: info@finavera.com Phone: 604-288-9051 Website: www.finavera.com Please note that descriptions provide only a summary overview of the identified projects as presently planned, and may be subject to change.

BC Hydro Clean Power Call Wildmare Wind Energy Project

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The Wildmare Wind Energy Project is a wind project located in the Peace Region, approximately 7 km west of Chetwynd.

The project will use 35 wind turbine generators.

The project qualifies as clean or renewable electricity in accordance with the guidelines published by the BC Ministry of Energy, Mines, and Petroleum Resources.

Project Contact Info:

Finavera Renewables Inc.

Email: info@finavera.com Phone: 604-288-9051 Website: www.finavera.com Please note that descriptions provide only a summary overview of the identified projects as presently planned, and may be subject to change.

BC Hydro Clean Power Call

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The Kokish River Hydroelectric Project is a run-of-river hydroelectric project located approximately 15 km east of Port McNeill, on the northeast coast of Vancouver Island. The Project is being developed by Kwagis Power which is a partnership of the ‘Namgis First Nation and Brookfield Renewable Power.

The Project does not require a storage dam but rather relies on the natural grade and flow of the river. A portion of the flow is diverted into a penstock running under an existing road which conveys the water to a downstream powerhouse located on an industrial site only 500m from the existing power line.

The project qualifies as clean or renewable electricity in accordance with the guidelines published by the BC Ministry of Energy, Mines, and Petroleum Resources.

Project Contact Info:

Kwagis Power Limited Partnership Matt Good Phone: 604 661-9603 www.kokishriver.com Please note that descriptions provide only a summary overview of the identified projects as presently planned, and may be subject to change.

BC Hydro Clean Power Call Upper Toba Valley Hydroelectric Project

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The Upper Toba Valley Hydroelectric Project is located within the Coast Range of southern British Columbia i n the Toba River watershed that flows into Toba Inlet. It is comprised of two run-of-river hydroelectric facilities.

The Project will not require a dam, but rather relies on the natural grade and flow of the river and a portion of the flow is diverted into penstocks which convey the water to downstream powerhouses. The project will require minimal new transmission line c onstruction as the project will utilize the existing transmission line designed and built as part of Plutonic Power/GE Energy Financial Services’ East Toba River Montrose Creek Hydroelectric Project.

The project qualifies as clean or renewable electricity i n accordance with the guidelines published by the BC Ministry of Energy, Mines, and Petroleum Resources.

Project Contact Info:

Lisa May Director, Investor Relations Plutonic Power Corporation (604) 669-4999 ext 1034 Please note that descriptions provide only a summary overview of the identified projects as presently planned, and may be subject to change.

BC Hydro Clean Power Call

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The Beaver River Hydroelectric Projects consists of two separate run-ofriver generation facilities; a 19 MW facility on Cupola Creek and a 25 MW facility on Ventego Creek, both about 50km northwest of Golden.

The Projects do not require a dam, but rather rely on the natural grade and flow of the creeks. A portion of the flow is diverted into penstocks, which convey the water to the downstream powerhouses.

The projects qualify as clean or renewable electricity in accordance with the guidelines published by the BC Ministry of Energy, Mines, and Petroleum Resources.

Project Contact Info:

Ventego Hydro Limited Partnership Mike Walsh, President Phone: 250-352-5573 www.selkirkpower.com/ Please note that descriptions provide only a summary overview of the identified projects as presently planned, and may be subject to change.



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