Canadian Operator Seeks Expansion While Refurbishing

Armistead, Thomas F.
August 2009
ENR: Engineering News-Record;8/10/2009, Vol. 263 Issue 5, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plan of independent nuclear power generator Bruce Power in Tiverton, Ontario, to withdraw its application to build two new reactors at two sites. The company had applied for a site preparation license for up to 3,200 megawatts of new nuclear capacity. It was also in the final year of an environmental assessment for the construction of four reactors totaling nearly 4,000 megawatts in Tiverton, on Lake Huron.


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