All of Canada’s Nuclear Reactors Running for First Time in Nearly 20 Years
For the first time in almost two decades, all 20 of Canada’s nuclear power reactors are supplying electricity to the grid.
The milestone was reached this week when the Point Lepreau reactor was connected to New Brunswick’s electrical grid for the first time in since March 2008.
The controversial refurbishment project to extend the plant’s operational life to 2025 is three years behind schedule and $1 billion over its $1.4-billion budget.
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