The vast majority of residents polled in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties support the refurbishment of six nuclear units at Bruce Power. In recent polling conducted by Ipsos Reid, 83 per cent of 500 local residents polled said they areREAD MORE
Recent independent polling has shown an increase in the number of Ontario residents who support the refurbishment of the remaining six reactors at the Bruce Power site. Ipsos Reid polled 800 Ontarians from across the province, balancing age, gender, politicalREAD MORE
Earlier today, Ontario’s Minister of Energy confirmed that the province will work to secure the role of nuclear power over the long-term through the refurbishment of Ontario’s existing nuclear units at Bruce Power and Darlington. While the Long-Term Energy ReviewREAD MORE
Bruce A’s Unit 4 has set a new record for consistent production since it was refurbished by Bruce Power in late-2003. The unit, which joined Unit 3 as part of the world’s first reactor reclamation project, has been producing electricityREAD MORE
Bruce Power will focus on the refurbishment of its remaining Bruce A and B units rather than build new reactors in Bruce County in order to supply Ontario with 6,300 megawatts of electricity. Bruce Power will also withdraw its applicationREAD MORE
Bruce Power and the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) have amended their existing Bruce A agreement to allow for the complete refurbishment of Unit 4. Bruce Power will now replace all 480 fuel channels in Unit 4, extending its operational lifeREAD MORE
Read the Bruce Power Refurbishment Implementation Agreement (BPRIA).
This document is a compilation of the questions received from community members and interested parties and the answers provided to address those questions.
Detailed document regarding Units 1 and 2 refurbishment project