Bruce Power’s Unit 7 reached 465 days of continuous service today, matching the long-run record for the Bruce B unit.

“Unit 7 has been an absolute workhorse for the people of Ontario since its last planned maintenance outage,” said Pierre Pilon, Senior Vice President, Bruce B. “The reliability of the unit is a testament to our employees who work hard to maintain and operate these reactors to such high standards. By providing a reliable source of safe, clean and low-cost nuclear electricity, the people of Ontario benefit from Unit 7’s long run as well.”

Unit 8 holds the long-run record for a Bruce B unit at 580 days followed by Unit 6 at 560 days and Unit 5 at 520.

Earlier this week, Bruce Power marked the 13th anniversary of the Blackout of 2003, reminding Ontarians of the role the company played in bringing the lights back on then and generating low-cost energy 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Learn more about Bruce Power’s role in recovering from the Blackout.