Spray

Spray The Spray hydroelectric facility is one of three TransAlta plants on the Spray system, which is part of the Bow River Electric System in Alberta. The plant uses the Spray Lakes storage reservoir which is created by the Canyon Dam, to the south, and the Three...

Rundle

Rundle The Rundle Plant is one of TransAlta’s three plants on the Spray System, which is part of the Bow River Electric System in Alberta. Water from the Spray River passes through the Rundle Plant into the Bow River. The plant uses water from the Spray Lakes...

Pocaterra

Pocaterra Pocaterra is one of TransAlta’s four hydro plants on the Kananaskis System, which is part of the Bow River Electric System in Alberta. The plant generates an average of 29,000 megawatt hours each year. The Pocaterra Plant was named after surveyor...

Pingston

Pingston The run-of-river Pingston facility is located near Revelstoke, B.C. The first 30-megawatt phase of the project became fully operational in 2003, and the second 15 megawatt phase was completed in 2004. A four-kilometre tunnel drops water 557 metres through two...

Kananaskis

Kananaskis The Kananaskis Plant was TransAlta’s second power plant, built in 1913. It was expanded in 1951 and modified again in 1994. The Kananaskis Plant is one of TransAlta’s four hydro plants on the Bow Mainstream System, which is part of...

Interlakes

Interlakes The Interlakes Hydro plant is one of TransAlta’s smallest power plants, with only a five-megawatt capacity. It is used primarily to provide electricity during periods of peak electrical demand in winter. The plant is one of TransAlta’s four...