Join us at our sixth annual Open House to learn more about Ontario Power Generation and our key innovative projects, including Darlington Refurbishment, one of Canada’s largest clean energy projects.
This year’s event theme is Innovating for Tomorrow.
From virtual reality, to robotics, to 3D models, Open House exhibitors will use a range of interactive and innovative tools to demonstrate how we’re powering the future of clean, low-cost and reliable energy.
Main attractions and displays
We have a lot of interactive activities in store for visitors of every age at this year's Open House!
- Bus tours around the Darlington Nuclear Generating Station site
- Virtual reality experiences
- Electric vehicle rides
- Full-scale nuclear reactor mock-up selfies
- Personal protective plastic suit
- Simulator experiences
- 3D models
- Scientists in School demonstration
- Educational games and displays for kids
- And more!
*Food and beverages will be available for purchase on-site.
We've invited an exciting group of OPG teams and project partners to this year's Open House. Here's a preview of the organizations who are looking forward to telling you about how they're innovating for tomorrow:
- OPG Darlington Refurbishment Project
- OPG Renewable Generation
- OPG Inspection and Reactor Innovation
- OPG X-Lab (virtual reality innovations)
- Ontario Tech University
- Plug N Drive (electric vehicles)
- Scientists in School
Download the OPG Events app today, to learn more!
Who should come
OPG Open House is being held in Durham region, at the site of our Darlington Nuclear Generating station and future home of the OPG headquarters.
Every Ontarian is welcome to attend.
How to get to the event
Unfortunately, public transit is not available to the Darlington Energy Complex, so it's best to plan your trip to the Open House in advance.
If you'll be driving, please click here to search for directions to the Darlington Energy Complex.
If you're planning to take GO Transit, please visit GO Transit's website to review their bus schedule to the Oshawa GO station, which is one of their closest stops to the Darlington Energy Complex. You will be able to hire a taxi from there to take you to the event location.
N.B.: Lakeshore East trains are not scheduled to run on Saturday, October 26.
Open house preview
Watch this video from last year's event to learn what's in store for you at OPG Open House 2019