Ontario Power Generation is proud to be one of the largest, most diverse clean power producers in North America.
We invest millions in local economies and employ thousands of people to maintain a modern, sophisticated energy fleet. And we partner with local, environmental and Indigenous groups to improve the well-being of our site communities.
Explore how OPG is proud of our past, but focused on the future of power generation.
Our generation portfolio in Ontario
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OPG also owns a number of additional facilities in Ontario and the United States:
- OPG's US Hydroelectric Platform — OPG wholly or jointly owns and operates 85 hydroelectric generating stations in the United States through wholly-owned subsidiaries known as Eagle Creek Renewable Energy. These subsidiaries also have minority shareholdings in 13 hydroelectric and two solar facilities in the United States.
- OPG’s gas-fired combined cycle generating stations — Effective April 29, 2020, OPG’s subsidiary Atura Power is the operator of four natural gas-fired combined cycle generating stations in Ontario.
- Bruce nuclear stations — OPG also owns two other nuclear generating stations in Ontario that are leased to Bruce Power L.P.
All generating assets as of April 29, 2020, are shown on this map.