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Ontario's electricity future needs nuclear

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HYDROGEN

Hydrogen is the world's most abundant element—and it's also an energy powerhouse. See why hydrogen also holds a potential solution for climate change.

NET ZERO

Everyone seems to be promising to become net zero these days. But what does that actually mean? Take a moment to do the math on net zero with NII.

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NEXT GENERATION NUCLEAR 
BY THE NUMBERS
 

350k

high-value jobs
from Canada’s hydrogen economy

Seizing Ontario’s opportunity to become a world leader in hydrogen

61%

of Ontario’s electricity
from nuclear

Preparing a hydrogen workforce begins now

30%

of Canada’s energy needs could be supplied by hydrogen by 2050

Preparing a hydrogen workforce begins now

50

billion

domestic hydrogen
industry by 2050

Seizing Ontario’s opportunity to become a world leader in hydrogen

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NII Explore - Science in the Classroom -

The NII Explore Coding in the Classroom program helps students learn foundational skills like coding, which are critical to working in a digital economy.

The NII Explore Science in the Classroom program helps lighten the load of teachers by bringing fun, interactive STEM learning to more than 180 classrooms remotely across Bruce, Grey and Huron counties.

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Science in the Summer programming brings hands-on learning to students of all ages, including topics like the science of space, engineering, motion, and much more.