Category Archives: New Brunswick Power

N.B. Tories promise energy rate freeze, but expert questions wisdom behind plan

(August 24, 2010) Fredericton – New Brunswick’s Conservative leader is promising to freeze power rates for 2 1/2 years if he’s elected next month, but one expert questioned the wisdom of that proposal as the province’s utility grapples with a massive debt. Continue reading

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Bank’s investment in Lepreau 2 ‘extremely remote at this point’

(Aug. 23, 2010) Sector: Experts agree: David Hay’s comment regarding CIBC’s investment in nuclear project purely speculative Continue reading

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Bank’s investment in Lepreau 2 ‘extremely remote at this point’

(August 23, 2010) Sector: Experts agree: David Hay’s comment regarding CIBC’s investment in nuclear project purely speculative. Continue reading

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Lepreau delays force Quebec to postpone work on its nuclear reactor

(Aug. 17, 2010) Lepreau delays force Quebec to postpone work on its nuclear reactor Continue reading

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Lepreau delays force Quebec to postpone work on its nuclear reactor

(August 17, 2010) Lepreau delays force Quebec to postpone work on its nuclear reactor. Mounting delays to the refurbishment of the Point Lepreau reactor have prompted a postponement of similar work at the Gentilly 2 station in Quebec. Continue reading

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Work on N.B. nuclear plant delayed again, another year added to schedule 6/08/2010

(Aug. 6, 2010) FREDERICTON – The refurbishment of the Point Lepreau nuclear power plant in New Brunswick has been delayed by at least another year, putting the project 2 1/2 years behind schedule and driving the cost beyond the $2 … Continue reading

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Work on N.B. nuclear plant delayed again, another year added to schedule 6/08/2010

(August 6, 2010) Fredericton – The refurbishment of the Point Lepreau nuclear power plant in New Brunswick has been delayed by at least another year, putting the project 2 1/2 years behind schedule and driving the cost beyond the $2 billion mark. Continue reading

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