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#TBT Smoky Falls #hydro station being built in 1927. We partnered with @MooseCree First Nation to build a new stati… https://t.co/N2Ql0Ih9vA

Thu Apr 27 19:37:43

RT @NEMOntario: @opg is improving its 65 hydroelectric stations with a program for engineering grads #NEM2017 https://t.co/DyJDlo7yB1 http…

Thu Apr 27 19:03:39

RT @ontariosalmon: This year's stocking schedule and call for volunteers is up: https://t.co/gcIAuPR1OJ @ofah @opg @FishWildlifeON @Fleming…

Thu Apr 27 18:38:46

Hydroelectric projects


Hydroelectricity has been the driver of Ontario's economy for more than a century, providing the province with the power it needs to grow. Ontario still has considerable hydroelectric resources that can be developed, and OPG is working to develop those resources in a safe and environmentally responsible manner.

OPG, in partnership with the Taykwa Tagamou Nation, has proceeded with construction of the new 25 MW Peter Sutherland Sr. Generating Station, located in Northeast Ontario.

​OPG has also proposed the expansion of the Ranney Falls Generating Station​ on the Trent Severn Waterway, in Northumberland County. The project will double the station’s current capacity, and generate up to 20 MW of clean power for Ontario.

In addition to these projects, OPG has a number of other projects in different phases of development.