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It took an experience after high school for Taylor to learn never to second-guess herself or her passions.
This work series was one of the most complex phases on the project, requiring the precise installation of 480 pressure tubes, 960 end fittings and thousands of component fittings.
The all-new hatchery at the Darlington site is part of the Classroom Hatchery Education program run by the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters.
Growing up in Norwood, Ont., Ontario Power Generation's new President and CEO learned quickly the values of hard work, teamwork and community.
The new 44-megawatt Nanticoke Solar was built in partnership with the Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation and the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation.
More than two years after OPG and its project partners began the project, Unit 2 remains on track for completion early next year.
From farm animals to ice skating to cool science experiments, OPG and its community organizations served up another week of family fun this past March Break.
Alex Crichton, Manager of Radiation Training for OPG’s Pickering and Darlington Nuclear stations, received the Technology Transfer Award from EPRI at an awards ceremony on Feb. 5.
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megawatts of electricity
for the province of Ontario.
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Continued operation of Darlington Nuclear through 2055 means 14,200 more jobs per year. Learn more.
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