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The sites were recognized by the Wildlife Habitat Council for the excellent biodiversity and conservation work taking place there.
For decades, OPG's nuclear stations have been the source of a product that keeps millions of Ontarians healthy and safe.
Units at OPG’s flagship hydroelectric generating station will be brought back to life to once again provide clean, renewable power to Ontario.
Skilled in math and science, Mairinger enrolled in the four-year nuclear engineering program at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology and now works for OPG.
Shortly after the birth of her second son, Kim Loader became depressed, withdrawn, and increasingly controlled by her compulsions.
OPG continues to invest in the station to ensure it produces 14 per cent of Ontario’s electricity reliably and safely for another six years.
A century after it was built, the historic Sir Adam Beck Power Canal will soon be undergoing a major refurbishment that will add another 50 years of operating life.
The last of 960 end fittings has been removed from Unit 2, setting the stage for the pressure tubes to be pulled.
OPG is currently generating
megawatts of electricity
for the province of Ontario.
Did you know?
Eight small pellets of uranium can power a home for a year.
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