On a quarterly basis, Bruce Power posts events reported to the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission as per REGDOC 3.1.1, ‘Reporting Requirements for Nuclear Power Plants’ (formerly known as S-99 events).
The Government of Ontario has reconfirmed its long-term electricity supply policy that will see Bruce Power, and nuclear, play an important role in the province’s energy sector for decades. The 2017 Long-Term Energy Plan was released today after a yearREAD MORE
As part of our upcoming licence renewal process, Bruce Power has released a book today for members of the public who are interested in the upcoming 2018 Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission hearings. The 2018 Licence Renewal Briefing provides an overviewREAD MORE
Bruce Power has release a guide for members of the public who are interested in the 2018 Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) hearings. The 2018 Licence Renewal Briefing provides an overview of Bruce Power and facilitates public engagement in the upcoming hearings. In 2018, the CNSC will hold a two-partREAD MORE
Bruce Power is focused on providing clean energy that meets current and future electricity needs, without compromising quality of life for future generations. We care about people and the planet, while generating carbon-free electricity for over 30% of Ontarians. ReadREAD MORE
Bruce Power is one of Canada’s largest and most unique Public-Private Partnerships. Through a long-term lease agreement with the Province of Ontario, Bruce Power – a private, Canadian-owned company – operates eight nuclear units in midwestern Ontario, providing all capital andREAD MORE
A joint study has determined the life-extension activities and ongoing operations at the Bruce Power site will create thousands of jobs and inject billions of dollars into Ontario’s economy for decades. The economic impact study – titled ‘Affordable Power. JobsREAD MORE