Nalcor Temporarily Helping Corner Brook Pulp and Paper Meet Energy Demand

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Nalcor has temporarily stepped in to meet Corner Brook Pulp and Paper’s power demands due to low water levels in the Grand Lake reservoir.

Currently, Corner Brook Pulp and Paper says it is facing an energy deficit as Deer Lake Power is unable to meet its 107-megawatt demands. That, in turn, would mean shutting down one of two of their paper machines—cutting about 40 per cent of the mill’s production.


Source: VOCM


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