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Shoot: Darlington Nuclear Power Station

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Ontario Power Generation owns and operates the Pickering and Darlington Nuclear Power Stations. The two stations have a combined generating capacity of about 6,600 megawatts. In July 2009 the McGuinty government in Ontario announced that it suspended the procurement of two new reactors for the Darlington nuclear site stating the price was “billions” of dollars too high. A Greenpeace report released on May 31, 2010 shows that newly designed reactors Ontario proposes to build at the Darlington nuclear facility would produce long-lived waste two to 158 times more radioactive than waste from existing reactors in Canada, increasing costs and dangers to health and the environment.
Darlington Nuclear Power Station in Ontario
20 May, 2010
Darlington Nuclear Power Station in Ontario
Darlington Nuclear Power Station in Ontario
20 May, 2010
Darlington Nuclear Power Station in Ontario
Darlington Nuclear Power Station in Ontario
20 May, 2010
Darlington Nuclear Power Station in Ontario
Darlington Nuclear Power Station in Ontario
20 May, 2010
Darlington Nuclear Power Station in Ontario
Darlington Nuclear Power Station in Ontario
20 May, 2010
Darlington Nuclear Power Station in Ontario
Darlington Nuclear Power Station in Ontario
20 May, 2010
Darlington Nuclear Power Station in Ontario
Darlington Nuclear Power Station in Ontario
20 May, 2010
Darlington Nuclear Power Station in Ontario
Darlington Nuclear Power Station in Ontario
20 May, 2010
Darlington Nuclear Power Station in Ontario
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