Atmospheric-hydrothermal modelling platforms offer new opportunities


Golder helps Bruce Power separate local heating effects of the plant’s operations from the variable lake-wide natural factors that affect water temperature, providing accurate data for discussions with regulators, local Indigenous communities and other stakeholder groups concerned about possible influences of the facility’s heat profile.

Read the full article in ES&E Magazine’s June/July issue below.

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