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Toronto-based Triumph Gear Systems has long played a key role in Ontario’s nuclear industry. That tradition continues today as the company produces end fittings and shield plugs for the Darlington Refurb project.
B.C. Instruments is one of more than 60 Ontario-based companies engaged in the huge endeavour, with about 96 per cent of the project’s suppliers located in Ontario.
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The disassembly of Unit 2 will engage more than 1,600 people and involve use of specially designed tools and technology.
Larry Bishop has established a reputation as a "go-to person" when complex weld work needs to be completed.
Nu-Tech Precision Metals has fabricated and delivered the pressure tubes required to refurbish the Unit 2 reactor, on budget and ahead of schedule.
OPG is currently generating
megawatts of electricity
for the province of Ontario.
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Electricity demand is measured in kilowatt hours. The typical person uses about 800 kWh per month.
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