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80 New Green Energy Jobs at GE Hitachi in Markham Power Climate Action, Future Workforce

GE Hitachi announced the expansion tied to the development of the company’s BWRX-300 small modular reactors (SMRs) last month while it cut the ribbon on its SMR facility headquartered in Markham.
Inside GE Markham

Eighty new green energy jobs in Markham will not only provide well paying professionals jobs, but also play a major role in solutions to climate change while developing the workforce of the future.

“Climate change is an urgent global priority, and nuclear energy will play a major role in helping Canada and the rest of the world reach its net-zero carbon emissions goals,” said Canada SMR Country Leader for GE Hitachi, Lisa McBride. “This is just the beginning of our projected growth and we look forward to posting more jobs as we continue to build our SMR team.”  

Full Article: yorkregion.com