In this section you'll find materials related to all aspects of the Lower Churchill Project. Please browse the following sections for background information, information sheets, news releases, documents and external links. If you can't find the information you're looking for, please contact us.
News and Publications
Keep up with the latest Nalcor news, research, reports and more.
Public Notice: Proposed route for Labrador-Island Transmission Link available for review
Nalcor Energy advises the public that the proposed route for the Labrador-Island Transmission Link is available for review at env.gov.nl.ca. The Labrador-Island Transmission Link will consist of an 1,100 km High Voltage direct current (HVdc) transmission line connecting Muskrat Falls in Labrador with Soldiers Pond on Newfoundland's Avalon Peninsula. Pending environmental assessment approval, the transmission line will be constructed along the proposed route within a 60-metre-wide cleared right-of-way, similar to existing transmission lines in the province.
Click here to read the full public notice.
Public Notice: Trail Access - North Side, Muskrat Falls
Nalcor Energy advises the public that site work will continue in the trail area on the north side of Muskrat Falls until September 24, 2012. During this time, the public is advised to exercise caution in this area and to avoid this section of the trail, if possible, due to the presence of machinery operating in the area to facilitate construction power to the Muskrat Falls site.
Click here to see the public notice issued by Nalcor Energy on August 27, 2012.
Nalcor and Emera Formal Agreements
On July 31, 2012, Nalcor Energy and Emera Inc. signed formal agreements for the development of Muskrat Falls, Labrador-Island Transmission Link and the Maritime Transmission Link. The agreements consist of 13 formal agreements with approximately 1,500 pages of contract detail.
Click here to view the 13 formal agreements signed by Nalcor Energy and Emera Inc. on July 31, 2012.
View and download fact sheets on the Lower Churchill Project.
We're committed to ensuring Newfoundlanders and Labradorians benefit significantly from the Lower Churchill Project. Read our Benefits Strategy with the provincial government for more details and committments.