In Alberta, the thunderstorm season begins in May and lasts until mid-October; our weather is notable for quickly changing.
There are several reasons why a landowner should not attempt to prune or fell trees that are touching or are near overhead powerlines.
A guy wire, guy-line, or guy-rope, also known as simply a guy, is a tensioned cable designed to add stability to a free-standing structure.
Battle River Power Coop would like to remind all farmers as you head out for seeding season to look up and around to identify where the power poles and powerlines are located and remember to follow these safety guidelines when working around power distribution infrastructure.
Why is it important to keep the land around powerlines and poles clear?
Battle River Power Coop would like to remind all farmers as they head out for seeding season to look up and around to identify where power poles and powerlines are located.
Every day, Battle River Power Coop Powerline Technicians (PLTs) work to keep electricity flowing into our member’s homes.
The winter season is here which means snow! But it also means slower driving, blizzards, potential black ice, slush, wind, and all the other winter conditions that make driving harder than usual!
The Member Benefit Program encourages Battle River Power Coop members to spend locally in our communities.
Battle River Power Coop Electrician Services are here to make sure that farmers and acreage owners get what they need when it comes to electric services.