Ontario Plans New Nuclear Generating Station at Bruce Power

While many regions are investing in things like wind and solar, Ontario is making a bold move. They’re considering adding a third nuclear generating station at Bruce Power. If given the go ahead, this will be Canada’s first major nuclear plant construction in 30 years.

The new station could produce up to 4,800 megawatts, or enough to power 4.8 million homes. That would almost double the plant’s current output capabilities.

As nations race to decarbonize, many are starting to see nuclear energy as a key player in the clean energy lineup. The technology is becoming safer and more widely accepted, and there has been increasing momentum for plants across the globe.

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