We’re Ontario Power Generation
We make electricity. Lots of it. In 2009, we generated over 92 terawatt-hours (TWh). Learn more about OPG's history here.
We are the main electricity generator in Canada’s most populous province. We make electricity from:
- Falling water, like at the Sir Adam Beck Generating Station at Niagara Falls
- Nuclear power, like at the Darlington Nuclear Generating Station
- Fossil fuels, like at the coal-fired Nanticoke Generating Station
- Green energy, like wind and solar power, biomass fuels and low-impact hydro
If you are in Grades 5-8, learn more about electricity generation here. If you're in higher Grades, look here.