Nuclear facility - Darlington New Nuclear Project

The Darlington New Nuclear Project represents the site preparation, construction, operation, decommissioning and abandonment of up to four new nuclear reactors at the existing Darlington site, owned by Ontario Power Generation. The goal of this project would be to generate approximately 4,800 megawatts of electricity to the Ontario grid.

Darlington New Nuclear Project Facility Site

Photo Credit: Ontario Power Generation

Location: Bowmanville, Municipality of Clarington, ON
Licensee: Ontario Power Generation (OPG)
Reactor type: Under selection
Owner: Ontario Power Generation
Number of units: Up to four reactors
Installed capacity: Up to 4800 MWe
Status: Licence to prepare site
Licensing documentation: Request a copy of OPG’s licence and licence conditions handbook by email at cnsc.info.ccsn@cnsc-ccsn.gc.ca
Facility website: Darlington New Nuclear Project

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