Source: Daily Herald Tribune.
Another dam is being planned for the Peace River.
It's called the Amisk dam and it would be situated in northwestern Alberta.
The Alaska Highway News has reported Bowmont Capital & Advisory, Concord Green Energy and AHP Development Corporation "want to build the dam 15 kilometres upstream from the community of Dunvegan, about 90 kilometres from Fort St. John as the crow flies." In terms of size, "The project would generate 1,875 gigawatts of energy per year — a little over a third of the 5,100 gigawatt hours the Site C dam would produce." Construction could begin as early as 2018 with the dam in operation by 2023.
The dam would also flood about 800 hectares of land.