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Staff are now busy installing 480 new calandria tubes, which provide passage through the reactor’s tank, or calandria vessel, for the fuel channel assemblies.
Read OPG’s second quarter report on the Darlington Refurbishment Project.
The provincial Long-Term Energy Plan encourages Bruce Power and OPG to work together to share knowledge and leverage economies of scale.
OPG has identified a list of trades — including boilermakers, millwrights, pipefitters, electricians and carpenters — whose demand within the sector is likely to exceed supply within the next five to 10 years.
The Indigenous Opportunities in Nuclear program recruits and places skilled members from Indigenous communities in jobs within the fast-growing nuclear industry.
The rebuilding of Darlington’s Unit 2 reactor is officially underway, as staff begin installing new calandria tubes.
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