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For decades, OPG's nuclear stations have been the source of a product that keeps millions of Ontarians healthy and safe.
Michael Archibald, first a contractor and now an employee, has embraced the opportunities and training that OPG’s developments have provided.
With the refurbishment of Unit 2 about 40 per cent complete, the project continues to track on time and on budget.
As a Nuclear Security Officer, Darryl acts as an armed deterrent against threats to the plant and its employees.
The Ignite Pitch Competition winner is Ottawa-based FPrimeC Solutions Inc., which specializes in innovative non-destructive testing solutions.
An historic encounter and the actions of heroic first nations warriors are being remembered in a new monument at DeCew House Heritage Park.
The vehicle-to-grid concept can utilize the electricity stored in EV batteries to help balance power supply and demand.
For years, culverts near the inactive Wesleyville Generating Station have impeded the migration of native fish species living in the watershed.
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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