Unit 2 was forced offline Jan. 31 following a turbine trip.
Unit 1 was removed from service today to begin a planned outage. It is Bruce Power’s first planned outage of 2018.
Unit 4 was returned to service Tuesday following a five-day forced outage.
Unit 4 was removed from service overnight. The forced outage is estimated to be six days in duration.
Unit 2 was returned to service Saturday morning following a six-day outage to repair an instrument line leak in the heat transport system.
Unit 2 was removed from service to start an eight day forced maintenance outage.
Unit 3 was synchronized to the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) grid Sept. 29 at 10 p.m. The unit was taken offline Aug. 1 for a planned outage to perform pressure tube inspections and selectively defuel several fuel channels inREAD MORE
Bruce Power is investigating the cause of the August 2, 2017, release of heat transport water in a diked area immediately adjacent to the pump inside the Bruce A station. The diked area is designed to collect leakage if itREAD MORE
Earlier today, with Unit 3 in a planned shutdown, crews encountered an issue with a pump as they aligned the unit for an inspection program. As a result, a quantity of water leaked in the area of the pump andREAD MORE
Unit 1 was returned to service today following a 12-day forced outage.