The Ministry of Energy reviews its Long-Term Energy Plan every three years. As part of the public consultation period, the Ministry invites feedback from the public. Bruce Power welcomes the LTEP review and took the opportunity to outline why theREAD 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
Patients from around the world who are suffering from brain tumours will benefit from an innovative partnership announced between two Ontario-based companies. Bruce Power and Nordion have teamed up on a new initiative that will see medical-grade, ‘High Specific Activity’READ MORE
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).
James Scongack, Vice President, Corporate Affairs, gave a presentation at the International Atomic Energy Association’s General Conference in Vienna Conference, on Communication of OSART Missions to a nuclear plant’s surrounding communities.
Electric vehicle (EV) technology presents an enormous opportunity to help provinces and territories reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the transportation sector, which is the second largest contributor to GHGs in Canada. A collaborative report released in Ottawa by Bruce Power,READ MORE
Bruce Power was pleased to participate in the International Atomic Energy Association’s (IAEA) Operational Safety and Review Team (OSART) mission last December. Bruce Power was put forward for this review in 2014 by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC), Canada’s independentREAD MORE