New Canadian Hydro Project Could Bring Clean Energy Into U.S

ClimateWire: In the far northern reaches of Atlantic Canada, energy companies seek to harness untapped river sites with a hydroelectric project that could replace fossil fuel plants and export power into New England. Utility company Nalcor Energy aims to build two hydroelectric sites along the Lower Churchill River in Labrador, downstream from an existing 5,428-megawatt station -- one of the largest in the world. The proposed Muskrat Falls and Gull Island projects would have a combined capacity of more......

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