Unit 1 was safely returned to service after a turbine trip during a safety system test on the electrical system.
Unit 2 was removed from service to repair a passing valve on SDS2.
Unit 4 was synchronized to the grid today after an 11-day forced outage to repair the governor control system on the unit’s generator. Excellent teamwork from Operations, Engineering, Maintenance, Supply Chain and the vendor, using internal and external Operating ExperienceREAD MORE
Unit 4 was removed from service during ramp-up activities. The conservative decision was made to abort the unit ramp-up and investigate the cause of this issue.
Unit 4 was returned to service today after its 24-day maintenance outage was safely completed. Strong teamwork and individual commitment to event-free execution allowed us to successfully complete a very challenging 2016 Bruce A planned outage program, which began on AprilREAD MORE
Unit 2 was returned to service today after a five-and-a-half day forced outage to address a heat transport leak. Excellent teamwork led to the discovery and repair of the source of the elevated leak rate in Unit 2, and support fromREAD MORE
Unit 2 was safely removed from service today to address a leak in the heat transport system. The duration of the outage will be established based on results of our vault leak search.
Unit 4 was removed from service today for a forced outage to conduct Grayloc repairs. The maintenance program is expected to last until the end of August. Units 1-3 and 6-8 are currently producing over 30 per cent of Ontario’s electricity at 30READ MORE
Unit 3 was returned to service today after a planned maintenance outage. The outage finished a few days ahead of schedule and is now producing carbon-free electricity to the people of Ontario.
Unit 2 was returned to service after a planned maintenance outage, which began April 1. Unit 3 remains in the early days of its planned maintenance outage, which is expected to be completed in early-August.