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The 10-year mega-project began in October 2016 with the successful shutdown of Unit 2, the first of four nuclear reactors at the Darlington station to undergo a mid-life refurbishment.
Work is well underway to transform the former home of Ontario’s largest coal-fired station into the company’s first ever solar power facility.
This year’s winners of OPG’s Ignite pitch competition wowed the judges with some truly inventive ideas and techniques that promise to help advance the energy industry.
For this Darlington Refurbishment pipefitter, a strong safety mindset isn’t something left at work at the end of the day.
Full-scale dam safety exercises take place annually within OPG’s Renewable Generation group.
Through November, security and emergency staff at our nuclear stations are wearing red epaulets to support Wounded Warriors Canada’s Slip on Your Red Campaign.
Without the ice booms, hydroelectric power production on the St. Lawrence and Niagara Rivers would be seriously impeded and the risk of flooding greatly increased.
For Hunter Taylor, the key to blazing her own career path in the energy industry was having a great female role model - her mom.
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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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