Together we will #PowerON
This is our promise to you.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us all to question everything we have always taken for granted. I know that as millions of you stay home to help slow the spread of this virus, you’re feeling uncertain about the future. But you can feel certain of this: OPG’s dedicated frontline workers will continue generating reliable electricity to power Ontario’s hospitals, care facilities, and homes.
Across our operations, these employees are continuing their important work. Operators, technicians, and trades at our nuclear, hydro and thermal stations are ensuring our units are generating power safely and reliably; nuclear and dam safety workers are protecting the community and our operations; hygiene advisors are working to assess employees’ health; and our security teams, emergency response personnel, and cleaning staff are continuing to keep our sites safe.
They do this because they are dedicated to their jobs. They also know that now more than ever, their efforts can provide a sense of continuity, something you can count on.
In the coming days and weeks we will be sharing their stories as well as OPG’s efforts to support our communities and frontline health care workers. We’ll also share information about the steps we’re taking to ensure a reliable safe supply of power for Ontario.
On behalf of all our employees, thank you for staying home and doing your part. We will do our part and together, we will #PowerON
PowerNews Fall 2020
In the fall issue of PowerNews, we feature OPG's first-ever climate change plan, an update on the Darlington Refurbishment, and more.Read more
OPG supports new medical equipment for Bruce-area hospitals
Today, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) announced a total of $60,000 in funding for three hospital foundations in Bruce County, to help purchase much-ne...Read more
PowerNews Summer 2020
As Ontario works to bounce back from the COVID-19 pandemic, read about how OPG is helping to power the province's economic recovery.Read more
OPG employees use 3D printers to help keep masks secure for frontline workers
At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Connor Chan knew he couldn’t just sit back and do nothing.Read more
OPG employees sew thousands of masks for hospitals, care facilities
OPG employees have put their sewing skills to work over the last few months to produce thousands of cloth masks for Ontario’s hospitals.Read more
OPG employee ready to shave it all to support COVID-19 food relief
OPG employee John Sanna is getting his electric razor tuned up to help raise funds for food vulnerable residents affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.Read more
OPG donating 10,000 face shields to Indigenous communities
OPG has donated 3D printed face shields to the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care for distribution to Indigenous communities and organizati...Read more