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With Ontario wetlands shrinking by the year, animals that rely on marshes to nest, rest and thrive are feeling the pinch.
Eastern small-footed bats are considered “endangered” in Ontario, which means they live in the wild but are facing imminent extinction or extirpation.
Students at nearby Napanee District Secondary School are building new duck boxes and bird houses.
Plant trees, pick up litter and meet the exciting animal ambassadors of Earth Rangers.
The first of four substantial segments of the Unit 2 refurbishment is now complete, and OPG is moving into the next phase of work.
Le temps doux est synonyme de glace mince et de débits d’eau rapides près des centrales. / Warm weather means thin ice and fast moving water near generating stations.
The Peter Sutherland Sr. Generating Station was completed ahead of schedule and on budget.
This spring outage will ensure the 900 megawatt unit is ready to meet summer demand.
OPG is currently generating
megawatts of electricity
for the province of Ontario.
Did you know?
Electricity demand is measured in kilowatt hours. The typical person uses about 800 kWh per month.
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