Nanticoke stopped producing electrical power as part of Ontario’s phase-out of coal energy. The Nanticoke Generating Station in southwestern Ontario used to be the largest coal-fired electricity-generating plant in North America.
power that this enormous plant could produce at full capacity. It was shuttered for safety reasons in 2015.
capacity solar panel farm will now replace the former serial emitter of greenhouse gasses.
partners - Ontario Power Generation (OPG), Six Nations Development Corporation and SunEdison Canadian Construction LP - in the project.
expected to begin construction once approvals are obtained and project is expected to be competed in 2019.