OPG'S ATIKOKAN GENERATING STATION WILL BE THE LARGEST 100 PER CENT BIOMASS FUELED STATION IN NORTH AMERICA
OPG'S LOWER MATTAGAMI PROJECT IS PROVIDING HUNDREDS OF LOCAL JOBS AND 438 MW OF CLEAN, RENEWABLE POWER
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Video - Thunder Bay TV tours Atikokan GS which is converting from coal to biomass
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CNP and Westinghouse Sign Agreement to Service Global Nuclear Markets
OPG Moves to Cleaner Energy Future
RT @EarthRangers: Help Blanding’s #turtles by signing up for a Bring Back the Wild Campaign https://t.co/D65HTNKZXc @OntarioPowerGen http:/…
RT @EBMag: VIDEO: Thunder Bay TV tours #Atikokan Generating Station http://t.co/PkL0XFYvDu #biomass @OntarioPowerGen @tbnewswatch
Here’s an #EarthDay2014 shout out to our partners in biodiversity:@leaf @earthrangers @rougepark @twc_wildlife @ontarionature @brucetrailer.
OPG is currently generating
megawatts of electricity
for the province of Ontario.
Did you know?
Eight pellets of uranium, each the size of a fingertip, contains enough energy to power an average home for a year.
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