In December 2014, the Ministry of Energy released its updated Long-Term Energy Plan after extensive public consultation across the province. In the LTEP, Bruce Power was asked to provide 6,300 megawatts of reliable and carbon-free energy for the next 40READ MORE
Today, Bruce Power launches its vision for the future called Securing Tomorrow. Today. Bruce Power and Ontario in 2040. Click here to read Securing Tomorrow. Today. Ontario and Bruce Power in 2040. “Between now and 2040, the world will changeREAD MORE
The Ontario Power Authority has completed a contract amendment to the Bruce Power Refurbishment Implementation Agreement (BPRIA). The amendment secures a cost-effective source of electricity to the end of the decade and is the first step in a commercial agreementREAD MORE
Bruce Power and the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) have reached an agreement to amend the Bruce Power Refurbishment Implementation Agreement (BPRIA) to ensure Ontario ratepayers will continue to be supplied with low-cost electricity from the Bruce B units to theREAD MORE
Bruce Power’s Environmental Monitoring Program report provides an assessment of environmental radiological data for 2012 prepared by Bruce Power’s Environment Management Department.
Bruce Power’s Environment and Sustainability department 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 overREAD MORE
Revitalization,’ Bruce Power’s 2012 Annual Review, looks at how a rejuvenated Bruce Power site will benefit the people of Ontario.
On a quarterly basis, Bruce Power posts any events it reported to the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission.
In 2012, Bruce Power’s Aboriginal Relations group published the company’s first report on its Aboriginal Relations Program. ‘O’ow Ate’ (Finding our Way, A Path Forward) is from the Ojibway language and is a fitting title for the publication concerning AboriginalREAD MORE