Robert McCullough's BCUC Technical Presentation: Termination of Site C will Save BC Ratepayers $2.08 to $4.37 Billion

Robert McCullough's BCUC Technical Presentation: Termination of Site C will Save BC Ratepayers $2.08 to $4.37 Billion
 
What: International energy expert Robert McCullough will present his technical report to the BCUC's Site C Inquiry Panel, which finds terminating Site C and replacing it with an alternative portfolio of renewables will save between $2.08 to $4.37 billion.
 
The presentation provides unequivocal evidence that terminating Site C will save British Columbia ratepayers billions of dollars and will aid the BCUC in its advice to this effect to the BC Cabinet.
 
Robert McCullough will be available for interview following his presentation to the BCUC's Site C Inquiry panel.

When:             Friday, October 13, 2017
                        10:15 - 11:00 am, then by request
 
Where:            BCUC's Site C Inquiry Technical Presentation Sessions
                        1125 Howe St, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2K8
                        (interviews to take place outside, corner of Howe and Helmcken)
 
Who:               Robert McCullough, International Energy Expert
                   

McCullough's technical presentation will be publicly available at 12:00pm (PST)on Friday, October 13, 2017 at www.peacevalleyland.com/sitecinquiry.

Robert McCullough will also be available for interviews following BC Hydro's technical presentation to the BCUC's Site C Inquiry Panel at 5:00pmSaturday, October 14.

Additional Information: Materials submitted to the BCUC's Site C Inquiry:
Media Contacts:
Amanda Munro or Emily Marroquin
604-360-3994 / 604-928-6299           
news@munrothompson.com
 
Robert McCullough is Principal of McCullough Research in Portland, OR, and for over thirty-seven years has advised governments, utilities, and aboriginal groups on energy, metals, paper, and chemical issues. He has testified repeatedly in state, federal, and provincial courts as well as before Congress and regulatory bodies. His testimony in front of the Senate Energy Committee is credited with initiating the Enron trading investigations during which he worked for the U.S. Department of Justice and three western attorney generals. He has consulted for U.S. and Canadian clients on hydroelectric issues in many states and provinces, including on many occasions, presenting on issues before Canadian regulators.