$70,000,000
Canada | Renewable Energy | L#20240622

Hydro power plants play a significant role in Canada's energy production, with the country being one of the largest producers of hydroelectricity in the world. Canada's vast network of rivers and mountainous terrain make it an ide ...

$70,000,000
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property

2x HPP 9MW + 8MW Historical Hydro Power Plant

EBITDA

TBD

Gross

$12,912,000

Price

$70,000,000

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Ontario, Canada's diverse heartland, is a tapestry of urban vibrancy and natural splendor. Toronto, the cosmopolitan capital, boasts the iconic CN Tower and multicultural neighborhoods. The thundering Niagara Falls, a world wonder, punctuates the southern landscape. Ontario's cottage country, including Muskoka and Georgian Bay, offers serene lakes embraced by lush forests. Ottawa, the capital city, combines historic charm with modern government functions. Algonquin Provincial Park, a vast wilderness, beckons with canoeing and wildlife encounters. The province's rich Indigenous heritage is reflected in art and traditions. Ontario, with its cultural mosaic and expansive landscapes, invites exploration into a province where diversity flourishes.
 

Hydro power plants play a significant role in Canada’s energy production, with the country being one of the largest producers of hydroelectricity in the world. Canada’s vast network of rivers and mountainous terrain make it an ideal location for the development of hydro power plants.

There are over 500 hydro power plants in Canada, which collectively generate around 60% of the country’s electricity. The largest hydro power plant in Canada is the Churchill Falls Generating Station in Newfoundland and Labrador, which has a capacity of over 5,400 megawatts. Other notable hydro power plants in Canada include the Robert-Bourassa Generating Station in Quebec and the Sir Adam Beck Generating Station in Ontario.

Hydro power plants work by harnessing the flow of water from rivers and lakes to generate electricity. Water is stored in reservoirs created by dams, and when released, it flows through turbines that spin generators to produce electricity. This renewable energy source is clean and reliable, making it a popular choice for meeting Canada’s energy needs.

Despite these challenges, hydro power plants continue to play a crucial role in Canada’s energy mix. With the country’s commitment to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and transitioning to renewable energy sources, hydro power will likely remain a key component of Canada’s energy future.

Keypoints

 Location Ontario,Canada Ontario,Canada
 Installed power 9 Mw 8 Mw
River or lake TBA TBA
Construction 1993 1945
Power acc. concession
max. installed power 9 Mw 8 Mw
 max. water-input 1300 Qf/s 1300 Qf/sec
Medium water-input
Capture altitude 648-650 Alt ft 648-650 Alt FT
Return altitude 580 Alt ft 450 Alt Ft
Jump
Type outflow
Groups
Type turbines Foith Vertical Blade GE 6 Blade
Expiry of concession
Estimated Annual production 96,600,000 kWh  70,000,000 kWh
Traverse oder
Value incentive
PPA Canadian GOV $69 CAD / MWh  $69 CAD / MWh
Annual income  $6.000.000,00 CAD  $6.912.000,00 CAD
Annual cost O&M $310.000 CAD $310.000 CAD
Insurance NA
IMU/Taxes  $140.000 CAD  $140.000 CAD
Video control N/A
Royalties NA N/A
Possibility to improve power 17 KWh max 17 Mw Max
Existing financing N/A N/A

+Figures in Canadian Dollar (CAD)

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