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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.
Sue is a member of Mattagami First Nation who has been acting as a liaison between Indigenous communities and OPG since 2012.
On the Tuesday after Black Friday and Cyber Monday, use your savings to help make Ontario a safe haven for wild species.
About 200 students from area high schools got a first-hand look at Canada’s largest clean energy project.
Michael Takla has helped develop a handheld device that could save lives around the world.
Long Point Region Conservation Authority has mastered this art over many years of wetland creation in southwestern Ontario.
OPG is currently generating
megawatts of electricity
for the province of Ontario.
Did you know?
Electricity demand is measured in kilowatt hours. The typical person uses about 800 kWh per month.
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