The Chapel Rock to Pincher Creek Area Transmission Development includes:
- A new 240 kV transmission line, between 35 and 47 km long, connecting a new proposed substation to be called the Chapel Rock Substation, to either the existing Goose Lake Substation or Castle Rock Ridge Substation, both located north of Pincher Creek.
- The new proposed Chapel Rock Substation will connect the new transmission line with the existing 1201L transmission line, which is the Alberta/British Columbia intertie.
To connect the Chapel Rock Substation and 1201L transmission line, some modifications to the existing 500 kV structures or a new 500 kV line up to 13 km long may be required.
The location of the new substation and potential routes for the new transmission line have not been determined.
Click here to see visual renderings of the structure types in three locations along the potential route.
Upcoming public events
We want to hear your thoughts and concerns to help us understand what is important to you as we move forward with the project. Please join us at one of our public events in the project area.
Members of our consultation, environment, electrical effects and siting teams will be available to discuss the project during the sessions. The Alberta Electric System Operator will also be available to answer questions about the need for this transmission development.
Tuesday, October 23, 2018 5 - 8 p.m.
Heritage Inn & Convention Centre
919 Waterton Ave - Pincher Creek AB
Wednesday, October 24, 2018 5 - 8 p.m.
518 Railway Ave - Cowley, AB
Thursday, October 25, 2018 5 - 8 p.m.
Lundbreck Community Hall
304 1 Street - Lundbreck, AB
- October 2018
- Open house panels
- September 2018
- Newsletter to the community
- Detail photo map
- Detail base map
- Strip maps
- June 2018
- Letter to workshop attendees
- Workshop questions and answers
- Workshop attendee comments
- Workshop mapping
- April 2018
- Workshop presentation
- Workshop information booklet
- Workshop structure drawings
- Visual renderings: Lee Lake and Highway 507
- Visual renderings: Highway 3 east of Lundbreck
- Workshop workbook
- March 2018
- Project letter