Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Ontario to pour billions into imaginary ACR1000's


The energy plan specifically calls for the refurbishment of 10,000 megawatts (MW) of nuclear generation and the new construction of 2,000 MWs at Darlington to maintain an overall capacity of 12,000 MW, roughly half the province's supply of electricity.

Yeah, it's finally happening!  I can work again, for surely they'll want to know something about earthquakes?  :)

Maybe not, because the happy guys in Ottawa don't care...

Notice that they are still trying to jam 2000 MW on the Darlington postage stamp.  That can only mean the incredible power density (per sq ft) of the Maple II, also known as twin ACR1000's.  You could only get one AP1000 on that site.

Man, I really need an earthquake right now.....

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