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Jeff Acorn has 16 years of experience and has worked on 60 nuclear reactor maintenance outages.
During his 47-year career, Dr. Holden had a hand in some of the province's most important hydro projects.
OPG and the New York Power Authority share water between their two separate generating stations, as well as common operational costs and duties.
The recently completed project to refurbish OPG's Pump Generating Station presented an unexpected hurdle.
As Operating Manager of OPG's Niagara River Control Centre, Kowalski oversees the regulated flow of water over Niagara Falls.
The Nuclear Power Demonstration facility was the first nuclear power reactor in Canada.
Hubbard defied race barriers to help establish Ontario's public power system.
The Shebandowan Lake Control Dam servicing our Kakabeka Falls hydro station is being replaced.
OPG is currently generating
megawatts of electricity
for the province of Ontario.
Did you know?
One kilowatt hour (kWh) is a measure of electricity demand or supply per hour. The typical customer uses approximately 800 kWh per month.
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