IT’S BEEN A YEAR SINCE WE BURNED OUR LAST PIECE OF COAL TO GENERATE ELECTRICITY IN ONTARIO.
WE'RE CONDUCTING A STUDY TO DETERMINE FUTURE USES OF THE PICKERING SITE.
WATER NEAR DAMS AND HYDROELECTRIC STATIONS IS DANGEROUS.
April 25 is Take Pride in Pickering Day
You Can Help LEAF to Find Toronto's Greatest Trees
Biodiversity Partner Earth Rangers Profile the American Eel and OPG's Eel Ladder
OPG Reminds Everyone to Stay Clear, Stay Safe this Easter
OPG Joins Nuclear Trade Mission
OPG Reports Strong 2014 Results
RT @LOWaterkeeper: @opg is a proud sponsor of #waterkeepergala Toronto. Thanks for your support & leadership with student education. http:/…
When Pickering shuts down, what should we do with the land? Come tell us Saturday @PickeringTC http://t.co/csC3oDLGJF http://t.co/e7NnxBApb1
RT @Kathleen_Wynne: A year ago yesterday, #TBay Generating Station burned the last of its coal, eliminating coal as a source of electricity…
OPG is currently generating
megawatts of electricity
for the province of Ontario.
Did you know?
OPG — with our conservation partners — has planted more than 5 million native trees and shrubs since 2000.
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