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TransCanada’s $1.2 billion Napanee Generating Station will have a dramatic and long lasting impact on the Town of Greater Napanee and surrounding area. To determine both positive and negative aspects of the project, TransCanada commissioned an Economic Impact Study of the Napanee Generating Station.
The key findings of this study include:
Impact on Local Employment
Impact on the Local Economy
Potential Impact on Municipal Services
As part of the Town Host Agreement with the Town of Greater Napanee, TransCanada has agreed to cover these costs. For more information on the Town Host Agreement please click here.
We recognize the importance of engaging our neighbours, communities and others in our projects.
By developing positive, long term relationships with Aboriginal communities, we conduct business while respecting community interests.
The Napanee Generating Station will provide contracting and employment opportunities to qualified local and Aboriginal businesses and individuals near the proposed project.
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.