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Special Interest Station Updates

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

Special Interest Station Updates

2016 - Q3

[Feb. 13, 2017]:  On Friday, Feb. 10, it was determined that a motor sent off site for repair contained a small amount of tritiated water and surface contamination within the motor casing. OPG staff cleaned up the water, placed the motor in a safe state and returned it to Darlington Nuclear Generating Station. Subsequent surveys were normal. The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission was notified.

There was no impact to employees, the public or the environment.

Units 3 and 4 are operating at full power. Unit 1 is in a maintenance outage. Unit 2 is undergoing refurbishment.

For previous station updates, review the archive.

For information on Regulatory Reporting, Nuclear Oversight and Event Reporting, review the Reports page.

Questions? Contact: Kevin Powers, Director Nuclear Public Affairs at 416-592-8470.​