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Pickering Nuclear Licence Renewal

Pickering Nuclear Licence Renewal

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In August 2017, OPG submitted its licence renewal application to the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission. This requested 10 year licence term will cover the period between Sept. 1, 2018 and Aug. 31, 2028.

The current plan is to operate the Pickering station until the end of 2024. The licence term between 2024 and 2028 will allow for safe storage activities such as removal of fuel and water.

The information provided through the application demonstrates the station meets all of the applicable requirements of the Nuclear Safety and Control Act and the associated regulations. In addition, the station is completing a Periodic Safety Review (a comprehensive safety review of all safety aspects) to further support the licence renewal.

The Pickering station continues to demonstrate a strong safety performance rating that is in the industry’s top quartile. Operational reliability has improved significantly, with two of Pickering’s units having record operational runs for Unit 5 and Unit 1 at 632 days and 622 days, respectively.

Below are documents supporting OPG's request: