City Power Co-Gen is exploring the development
of a high efficiency co-generation facility in Scarborough, Ontario
to provide approximately 140 megawatts of power to the Ontario electricity
grid and steam to the Atlantic Packaging paper mills at 111 and 333
The proposed sites will encompass an area of approximately 1.6 hectares
(4 acres) and is located in an industrial area at the northwest corner
of Progress Avenue and Midland Avenue, just south of Highway 401.
The addresses of this site is 110 Progress Avenue, Scarborough, Ontario.
The co-generation facility will utilize clean natural gas to provide
steam to two existing paper mills located on Progress Avenue and power
to the Ontario electricity grid. Connection to the main transmission
line corridor to the south of Lawrence Avenue will be via an underground
transmission line constructed along Midland Avenue.
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of the proposed project.
Co-generation is a highly efficient, clean,
quiet and safe process which uses the heat generated from producing
electricity to make steam, essential for the plants paper manufacturing
Proposed co-generation plant will use clean natural gas to produce
approximately 140 MW of electricity.
Co-generation is the most efficient use of natural gas for electricity
All noise and air emissions will meet Ontario Ministry of the
Environment (MOE) requirements.
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