Unit 6 was safely returned to service Saturday evening at 10:50 p.m. after a brief forced outage to repair Emergency Cooling Injection valve MV15.
Unit 2 was synchronized to the province’s electrical grid on Tuesday afternoon following a 13-day outage to improve equipment health.
Unit 1 was removed from service after experiencing a turbine trip.
Former U.S. Vice-President Al Gore and Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne marked a precedent-setting climate achievement on Thursday, as Ontario prepares to go coal free by the end of the year. The return of 3,000 megawatts of Bruce Power nuclear overREAD 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
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission issued a statement regarding the 5.1 magnitude earthquake experienced near Ottawa today. Read the release from the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission.
Unit 6 was returned to service today after a planned maintenance outage that will allow the unit generate low-cost, clean and reliable energy for the people of Ontario. The maintenance outage, which began Feb. 15, brought an end to anREAD MORE