The future of the Gentilly-2 nuclear plant
At almost 30 years of age, the Gentilly-2 nuclear power plant is fast approaching the end of its life expectancy. By December, Hydro-Quebec and the provincial government must decide either to refurbish the facility or to shut it down. Despite the stakes, the issue has been largely absent from the election campaign. The CBC's Glenn Wanamaker spoke with Quebec energy economist Jean-Thomas Bernard about the plant's future.
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