Battle River Power Coop promotes electrical safety in the community by making available two electrical safety presentations, one suitable for school classes (grade 5 level) and the other for emergency responders.
Alberta’s Rural Crime Reduction Program was launched by the RCMP in March of 2017 with the establishment of four units tasked with reducing rural crime. To use resources as effectively as possible it concentrated on identifying and arresting repeat offenders.
In June 2019, Battle River Power Coop will celebrate its 70th anniversary. It is a time to reflect on the past, innovate in the present and plan for the future.
Battle River Power Coop thanks the Nelson family of the Angus Ridge District for sharing their family’s story about bringing electricity to the family farm. This week’s blog is written by Neil Nelson, whose family still farms the land where these events took place.
Directors of Battle River Power Coop are responsible for giving direction to the organization and setting policy.
A great way to introduce youth to the unique benefits and versatility of cooperation is through a week at the Alberta Community Co-operative Association’s Youth Leadership Program.
In its role as an electricity distributer, Battle River Power Coop is part of the system that moves electricity from high-voltage substation transformers to local lower-voltage lines that carry electricity to consumers’ meters.
There are four key components to the delivery of electricity: Generation, Transmission, Distribution and End-user Consumer. The second stage, transmission, is the part of the system that carries electricity through high-voltage powerlines from generating stations to distribution utility substation transformers.
The four key components of electricity delivery are Generation, Transmission, Distribution and End-User Consumer. All four work together in ultimately providing power to Albertans, under the oversight of the Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC). Generation of electricity in Alberta is in a state of transition, both in production and regulation.
There is nothing like hitting the snow on a clear Alberta day with family and friends. While you enjoy your ride, obey Alberta traffic laws and stay clear of guy wires.