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CNWC Policy position on industrial electrification

CANADA’S INDUSTRIAL DECARBONIZATION PRESENTS opportunities for disruptive world leading economic transformation, with unprecedented greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions. By far the main source of...

CNWC Policy position on the electrification of transportation

GASOLINE POWERED PERSONAL MOTOR TRANSPORT is among the largest energy use categories of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in Canada. De-carbonizing this activity requires electrifying...

Pickering Nuclear Station: still a clutch performer, after 50 years and counting

On Thursday, July 27, Pickering unit 8 rejoined the fray following ten days off. Right now (Monday July 31) it's producing power---and Cobalt-60, an...

Slow carbon: giving humanity a fighting chance to stem climate change

Energy cyberspace is replete with figures of carbon dioxide intensity per kilowatt-hour (CIPK) of various types of power generation. Mostly these figures are in...

Bruce, OPG accumulate CANDU refurb know-how: new build workforce II?

Every hour of every day of the Bruce MCR and Darlington refurbishment, the project workforces acquire greater knowledge and familiarity with the guts of...

June 2023 | CNWC Newsletter

National Director’s Message We’ve recently seen a remarkable series of announcements from the Government of Ontario signaling their strong confidence in nuclear energy. This is...

Clean Air Blues: the Eye in the Sky sees inconsistencies in Canada’s new Clean Fuels Regulation

Policy wonks were entertained recently with a minor scuffle in Canada's Parliament, when the Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) issued an analysis of the new...

CNWC Policy position on Urban Electrification

URBAN ELECTRIFICATION IS PROCEEDING  in Canadian cities and towns, mostly at the smaller scale. Many “off-grid” applications currently dominated by two-stroke gasoline engines are...

Death-by-power-generation: nuclear plants are way safer, say statistics and evidence

In 2007, The Lancet published a seminal study on the health impacts of electric power generation. The results should have been stunning, and should...

Palisades: maybe living to fight (carbon and unemployment) another day, and other encouraging nuclear developments in high politics

Eight hundred megawatts of clean 24/7 power, located on the southeast shore of Lake Michigan a forty-five minute drive due west of Kalamazoo, exited...

Biden shouts out IBEW, electrification in Ottawa address: rewiring the economy

Does US President Joe Biden read CNWC Electrification Policy Positions? From what he said to Canada's Parliament during his state visit on Friday, we...

Canada’s, and the world’s, civilian nuclear supply chain at the crossroads

For the first 60 or so years of Canada's civilian nuclear industry, the supply chain was relatively simple. Canada has abundant uranium resources. We...

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