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The Environmental Protection Program (EPP) for the Bipole III Project prescribes mitigation and protection measures to avoid and reduce potential environmental and social effects.
As part of the regulatory review, a table (PDF, 862 KB) was submitted to the Clean Environment Commission and to Manitoba Sustainable Development outlining all the mitigation measures that were indicated in the Environmental Impact Statement that would be used for the Project.
The report outlined the environmental assessment undertaken at the request of Manitoba Sustainable Development for the 3 route adjustments and was the focus of review at the Clean Environment Commission Public Hearings that were held in early March 2013. They are viewable using geographic information system software.
We recommend extracting the files to your computer, rather than opening them online.
Bipole III is a new high voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission project required to improve overall system reliability and dependability.
Bipole III Environmental Impact Statement Supplemental Material - July 2012.
transmission lines will be required to connect the new Keewatinohk converter station to the existing Henday Converter Station and Long Spruce Generating Station in northern Manitoba; and at the Riel converter station east of Winnipeg to existing Ridgeway, Richer, Dorsey, and St. Construction began in early 2014 with clearing of the northern transmission lines and installation of foundations.
2 new converter stations are required for the Bipole III project.
(PDF, 10 MB) August 28, 2012, Environment Act Licence for Keewatinoow Lagoon received by Manitoba Sustainable Development (PDF, 6.2 MB) September 12, 2012 filings - supplemental materials at the request of the Clean Environment Commission.
Close On January 28, 2013, we submitted a supplemental assessment report on 3 route adjustments to Manitoba Sustainable Development. This zip file contains spatial files in ESRI Shapefile format of the project infrastructure.
high voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission line will originate at a Keewatinohk converter station site; travel west and south towards The Pas; travel south, staying west of Lake Winnipegosis and Lake Manitoba; pass south of Portage la Prairie and Winnipeg to terminate at the Riel Converter Station on the Riel site, in the RM of Springfield.