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Kassouf, who owns and raises birds of prey as a hobby, deployed the birds at Darlington Nuclear to scare away troublesome seagulls.
The future of clean power could lie in Small Modular Reactors and OPG is working to bring this exciting new technology to Canada.
Jaber is a Project Leader at the Monitoring and Diagnostics Centre in Pickering, where he leads the implementation of wireless sensors across OPG’s nuclear and renewable generation fleet.
The Little Long Dam Safety Project proposes to increase the discharge capacity at the Little Long spillway structure to improve dam safety along the Lower Mattagami River.
On Oct. 2, more than 70 people from the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne, OPG and the Cornwall community to mark the 10th anniversary of the final settlement agreement between OPG and MCA.
The 10-year mega-project began in October 2016 with the successful shutdown of Unit 2, the first of four nuclear reactors at the Darlington station to undergo a mid-life refurbishment.
Work is well underway to transform the former home of Ontario’s largest coal-fired station into the company’s first ever solar power facility.
This year’s winners of OPG’s Ignite pitch competition wowed the judges with some truly inventive ideas and techniques that promise to help advance the energy industry.
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megawatts of electricity
for the province of Ontario.
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