Bruce Power has released its 2018 Annual Report, titled ‘Powering More.’ It is available for pick-up at the Bruce Power Visitors’ Centre or download here.
The Guide to Bruce Power provides an overview of Bruce Power’s CANDU reactors, the site’s history, our safety systems, our Visitors’ Centre, and community outreach initiatives.
The above chart is the estimated nuclear waste volumes to storage as part of Bruce Power’s Major Component Replacement Project, which begins in Unit 6 in January 2020. To learn more, visit www.brucepower.com/about-us/life-extension.
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).
Following Municipal Elections across Ontario, Bruce Power has released a briefing document for new council members, who will take office in the coming weeks. The document builds on the policy positions the company has taken related to its role inREAD MORE
OPG and Bruce Power working together to deliver low-cost electricity to Ontario families and businesses
Today, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) and Bruce Power released their 2018 collaboration report Powering Ontario Together. The report highlights innovative, collaborative initiatives that will drive efficiencies and deliver reliable, low-cost electricity to Ontario’s families and business for the long term.READ 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 released its 2017 Annual Report this week, celebrating a record year of generation and contributing to Ontario’s Long-Term Energy Plan by providing low-cost, clean and reliable nuclear energy to families and businesses. ‘Our Story’ highlights Bruce PowerREAD MORE