Ontario asks OPG to find new hydroelectric opportunities

New hydroelectric generation could address the growing long-term electricity needs forecast for the province, with the potential for economic benefits in the North.

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“…Province asking Ontario Power Generation to investigate new hydroelectric opportunities Toronto – As part of its plan to build out Ontario’s affordable, reliable and sustainable electricity system, the Ontario government has asked Ontario Power Generation (OPG) to examine opportunities for new hydroelectric development in northern Ontario… 


…OPG, working with the Ontario Waterpower Association, will update previous evaluations of hydroelectric potential in northern Ontario with new estimates on water availability, annual energy production potential, and life-cycle costs of building and operating new hydroelectric generation while engaging with Northern and Indigenous communities...” 


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