Ontario Bid Moves on Hydroelectric Project

[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] The Ontario government’s bid on development of a major hydroelectric facility with partners Hydro-Quebec and SNC-Lavalin was selected to move on to phase two. Energy Minister Dwight Duncan said the joint proposal would bring Ontario and Quebec to work with Newfoundland and Labrador on developing the 2,000 MW Gull Island site, and the 824 MW at Muskrat Falls. The 900 MW total gain is enough electricity to power more than 550,000 homes, with Ontario receiving one-third of the total output of the project.
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