Northwest Transmission Line

The proposed Northwest Transmission Line (NTL), is a 335 km, 287 kV transmission line between Skeena Substation (near Terrace) and a new substation to be built near Bob Quinn Lake. This new line would provide a reliable supply of clean power to potential industrial developments in the area; provide a secure interconnection point for clean generation projects; and potentially assist certain northwest communities to access the electricity grid, rather than obtaining their power from diesel generators.

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