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Regulatory Affairs

Our Lakefield station entered service in June 1928. That’s 89 years of clean, renewable power for #Ontario.… https://t.co/6oJ8UxTDS8

Thu Jun 22 19:17:16

There’s a whole lot of buzzing going on at our DeCew stations near @St_Catharines: https://t.co/7RGjgYnfhl… https://t.co/cFu32apqZs

Thu Jun 22 18:23:28

Lake sturgeon, a threatened species, is getting a second chance to flourish in northwest #Ontario:… https://t.co/JqpTef6SS8

Thu Jun 22 17:24:53

The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) regulates Ontario Power Generation as well as other industry participants in the electricity and natural gas sectors in Ontario. The OEB licenses OPG's generation as well as other activities and establishes the payment amounts for the output of OPG's prescribed generating facilities.
 
​​OPG's prescribed generating facilities are:
 
  • Pickering and Darlington nuclear generating stations; and
  • fifty-four hydroelectric generating stations consisting of:
    • six stations in the Niagara Plant Group and R.H. Saunders facilities subject to OEB regulation since 2008; and
    • forty-eight newly regulated hydroelectric facilities that came under OEB regulation in 2014.

Information related to OEB regulation of OPG is posted here.

 

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