“Two New Studies: Good News For Nuclear” (but bad for the world! and northern Ontario in particular) June 2016

OTTAWA, June 13, 2016 /CNW/ – The Canadian Nuclear Association is pleased with the release of two new independent studies commissioned by the Ontario government on the benefits of advanced nuclear technologies.

The first study, “Feasibility of the Potential Deployment of Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) in Ontario”, assesses SMR siting requirements, technological maturity, and economics. The second study, “A Feasibility Study on the Recycling of Used CANDU Fuel”, explores the prospects to reuse and recycle used CANDU fuel – determining their feasibility, and potential implications for policies…

“The government of Ontario’s initiation of these studies is a further sign that it sees the potential of nuclear to help meet environmental and economic goals,” said CNA President John Barrett….

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Natural Resources Canada co-funded the two independent studies, initiated by the Ontario Ministry of Energy (MOE).

Both studies have been released to the public by Ontario, and are online http://ontarioenergyreport.ca/data-catalogue.php#Supply (under the “supply” drop down menu) for your interest.

SOURCE Canadian Nuclear Association, as posted at As posted at http://www.montrealgazette.com/business/cnw/release.html?rkey=20160613C3107&filter=5611

The SMR report is at http://ontarioenergyreport.ca/pdfs/MOE%20-%20Feasibility%20Study_SMRs%20-%20June%202016.pdf

The “recycling” report is at http://ontarioenergyreport.ca/pdfs/MOE%20-%20Feasibility%20Study_Used%20Fuel%20Recycling%20-%20June%202016.pdf

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