As part of TransCanada’s commitment to the communities where we construct and operate projects, in September 2014, TransCanada and the Town of Greater Napanee signed a Community Host Agreement which will provide $2 million in funding to the Town for community development projects over the next 20 years.
Approved projects will align with criteria determined by the Town of Greater Napanee and TransCanada’s Community Investment criteria in the three corporate focus areas of safety, community or environment. Projects must also have visibility in the community, create positive impacts and address identified needs.
Funding is only available for community organizations established in the Town of Greater Napanee, Ontario. Qualifying community groups can apply for funding, by filling out the online application.
The proposed Napanee Generating Station is a 900-megawatt (MW), combined cycle, natural gas-fuelled electricity generating station located in the Town of Greater Napanee, County of Lennox and Addington, in Ontario.
The Napanee Generating Station will be designed as a flexible system resource able to be started and stopped daily and to vary its output to bridge the gap between Ontario’s electricity demand and the other available generating resources.