• Completed Niagara Tunnel Project to Provide Renewable Power for 100 Years

Green Energy

Completed Niagara Tunnel Project to Provide Renewable Power for 100 Years

Apr 05 2013

The Ontario government (Canada) is now harnessing more clean, renewable electricity from Niagara Falls through the completed Niagara Tunnel Project.

The new tunnel, which is more than 10 kilometers in length, is channelling additional water from the Niagara River to flow to the Sir Adam Beck Generating Station at a rate of 500 cubic metres per second. This will supply Ontario with enough clean, renewable electricity to power 160,000 homes.

The largest hydroelectric project to come into service in Ontario for the past 50 years, the Niagara Tunnel Project is a significant provincial achievement.

Building a clean, reliable energy system is part of Ontario’s plan to ensure we have the electricity we need to power the province's homes, schools, hospitals and economy.


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