Marmora hydroelectric pumped storage project
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The Project would have an average capacity of 400 MW for five hours, enough to power around 400,000 homes.
The Project is closed loop; this means the same water recirculates between two reservoirs, rather than drawing from waterbodies.
The renewable power stored in a facility like Marmora will help electrify Ontario’s economy.
The Project could create up to 1,000 construction jobs and 300 long-term regionally based jobs.
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