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The program develops and increases the effectiveness of senior leaders and executives working in the power generation industry.
The group of hires from 2016 is the first cohort to complete OPG Renewable Generation’s new Graduate Engineer Training program.
Since 1998, the TackleShare program has broken down barriers and given thousands of fishing newbies the opportunity to learn and practice at no cost.
The 16-unit, 1,045-megawatt station on the St. Lawrence River was placed into service between July 8, 1958, and Dec. 18, 1959.
Matthew Mairinger and the Durham chapter of the North American Young Generation in Nuclear were recognized recently for their outstanding efforts to develop a new generation of nuclear energy enthusiasts.
Fernando Salinas Medina and Adnan Lokhandwala have been solving real-life problems using innovative technologies at the Pickering Nuclear X-Lab.
Tony Bennett has been inducted as a Fellow by the EIC, a federation of Canadian engineering societies founded in 1887 to promote improvement in professional practice and continuous learning.
For her tireless work in fostering a solid partnership with Clarington, Durham and beyond, Knox was recognized with the award by the Clarington Board of Trade.
OPG is currently generating
megawatts of electricity
for the province of Ontario.
Did you know?
The Sir Adam Beck Pump Generating Station reservoir can store power equal to 1 million car batteries. Learn more.
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