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Nuclear

 

Nuclear power is essentially heat generated by splitting something into parts (a process known as fission). Uranium is often used because its atoms are easier to split apart than other elements. Heat from this released energy boils water, which produces steam. The steam turns turbines and generates electricity.

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Where We Use Nuclear

Learn more about Our Electrical System.

Evaluating the Options

Our supply option ratings are based on expertise, research and experience. Having a balanced mix of generation options is crucial for our province’s future growth.

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