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Ontario Power Generation and Bruce Power respond to the new report.
Exercise Unified Control will test emergency response plans to safeguard the health and safety of the public in the extremely unlikely event of a nuclear emergency.
Darlington Refurbishment project remains on time and on budget at one-Year mark.
OPG has partnered with Durham Region, the City of Toronto and the Province of Ontario to help you know what to do in the unlikely event of a nuclear emergency.
Take a bus tour around the station, take a selfie in front of a full-scale reactor mock-up, and learn more about the Darlington Refurbishment project.
OPG also recently partnered with Earth Rangers to raise awareness of the endangered Eastern small-footed bat.
The 2017 LTEP focuses on the affordability and reliability of a clean energy supply.
OPG is maximizing electricity production at Ranney Falls by replacing the smallest generator which will more than double the station’s capacity.
OPG is currently generating
megawatts of electricity
for the province of Ontario.
Did you know?
Nuclear power generates more than half of Ontario’s power. Learn more.
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