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Invasive zebra mussels at our #hydro stations have met their match w/ safe & environmentally friendly UV treatment:… https://t.co/CjDgXsiHlS

Wed Jan 18 20:14:37

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Wed Jan 18 18:39:18

Great story about the fantastic work by @TWC_Wildlife to help protect local #wildlife. https://t.co/djv94Ct0Ax

Wed Jan 18 16:43:18

 Stations

Ontario Power Generation owns and operates two nuclear stations — the  Darlington Nuclear Generating Station located in the Municipality of Clarington, and the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station located just east of Toronto.
These stations have a combined generating capacity of about 6,600 megawatts and provide Ontarians with about 35 per cent of their electricity needs.
 
Pickering Nuclear capacity: 3,100 MW            
Darlington Nuclear capacity: 3,500 MW
 
Safety
 
Safety is our number one priority. We work hard to ensure that there are no public safety concerns as a result of our operations.
 
Our nuclear stations are continuously monitored through a program of special testing and inspection of its components and safety systems.
 
 
Community support
 
OPG strives to make a difference and help improve the well-being of the communities in which we operate. Through OPG's Corporate Citizenship Program our  stations support charitable and not-for-profit initiatives in their local communities.
 
 
 
More information
 
 
Update on Nuclear New Build

OPG is appealing to the Federal Court of Appeal the Federal Court’s May 14, 2014 judgement regarding the Darlington New Nuclear Power Plant Project.
 
OPG believes there are aspects of the May 14, 2014 Federal Court decision that contain errors of law with respect to the Court’s interpretation of the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, and the manner in which it reviewed the assessment done by the Joint Review Panel.