Bruce Power is Canada's first private nuclear generator
Bruce Power’s 2,300-acre site on the shores of Lake Huron houses the Bruce A and B generating stations, which each hold four CANDU reactors.
Over the past decade, Bruce Power has refurbished all four units at its Bruce A station, returning 3,000 megawatts of low-cost, reliable electricity to Ontario consumers. Combined with its Bruce B units, Bruce Power generates 6,300 megawatts, providing power to over one in four hospitals, homes schools and businesses in Ontario.
As a corporation, we live each day by a strong and clear set of values that embrace safety, our community, integrity and diversity. You can read more about our values here.
Bruce Power is a partnership among TransCanada Corp., Borealis Infrastructure (a trust established by the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System), The Power Workers’ Union and The Society of Energy Professionals.
We invite you to learn more about Bruce Power on this site and hope that you can visit us. Our Visitors’ Centre has many entertaining exhibits, films and presentations that help you explore the world of nuclear energy.