The amount of power supplied by nuclear plants in Ontario has increased by 44% since 2003. Over the same period, the wholesale cost of electricity has also risen by 50% — just more evidence that high cost, high risk nuclear power is no bargain. With OPG requesting a 30% price increase for its nuclear plants, in part to start paying for the costly rebuilding of its aging Darlington Nuclear Station, there has never been a better time to negotiate a much lower cost power import deal with Quebec. In fact, a recent poll shows that Ontarians would prefer to import hydro power from Quebec than rebuild Darlington even if power from Darlington cost the same as power from Quebec!

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