CALGARY, July 18 /CNW/ - Over the past few weeks there's been
considerable public debate about Alberta's energy situation. The province is
in need of additional infrastructure to meet growing demand for electricity,
and ENMAX Energy is one of the companies addressing that need.
Media representatives are invited to the future site of the Crossfield
Energy Centre on July 23, 2008 where ENMAX President and CEO Gary Holden will
be joined by the MD of Rocky View Reeve Lois Habberfield, Deputy
Reeve Greg Boehlke and the Mayor of Crossfield, Phil McCracken in a special
The Crossfield Energy Centre will be a 120 MW natural gas-fired peaking
facility. It is designed to meet periods of peak electrical demand and is
expected to operate about 15 to 45 per cent of the time to help stabilize the
province's southern transmission grid.
What: Ground-breaking ceremony on the site of the future Crossfield
Energy Centre with photo and interview opportunity.
When: Wednesday, July 23, 2008
11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Where: Future site of the Crossfield Energy Centre, just south of
Crossfield across from the PrimeWest gas plant on Highway 2A.
Directions: From Calgary -
Take Deerfoot Trail/Highway 2 north
Turn off at the Crossfield/Beiseker (Hwy 2A) overpass
Turn left and head west on Hwy 2A
Follow Hwy 2A as it heads north
Take first turnout on right into the Pembina Oil Service
Turn right and head south following it as it turns east until
you come to the ENMAX event
ENMAX Energy Corporation, a subsidiary of ENMAX Corporation, is Alberta's
leading competitive electricity retailer. ENMAX Energy also provides natural
gas and value-added services to residential, commercial and industrial
customers throughout Alberta. Through a subsidiary, ENMAX Energy is one of
Alberta's largest investors in renewable energy with partial ownership of the
McBride Lake Wind Farm and complete ownership of the Taber and Kettles Hill
Wind Farms. ENMAX Energy's Greenmax was one of the first green power marketing
programs in Canada, and celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2008. Visit our
website at enmaxenergy.com.
You can choose any retailer listed at www.ucahelps.gov.ab.ca or at
310-4822. Electricity delivery to your home or business isn't affected by your
choice of retailer.
For further information:
For further information: The ENMAX Media Line, (403) 689-6150