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Sutherland Generating Station producing electricity

By ReNew Canada 11:58AM April 10, 2017

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The Peter Sutherland Sr. Generating Station (GS) on New Post Creek is now generating clean, reliable, low-cost electricity. The project, which is a partnership between Ontario Power Generation (OPG) and Coral Rapids Power, a company wholly owned by Taykwa Tagamou Nation (TTN), was completed safely, ahead of schedule, and on budget.

“Ontario’s newest waterpower generation station further demonstrates our government’s commitment to building a clean and reliable electricity system,” said Ontario Energy Minister Glenn Thibeault. “Not only will it help to support a healthier environment and cleaner air for today and future generations, this project highlights a partnership between Taykwa Tagamou Nation and OPG that delivered meaningful economic benefits to the local First Nation community.”

Located about 80 kilometres north of Smooth Rock Falls, the Peter Sutherland Sr. GS is named after a respected community elder. The two-unit station will provide 28 megawatts to the provincial grid, which is enough to power 25,000 homes.

“This project has gone well due to the relationship we’ve built on a foundation of respect and trust,” said Coral Rapids president Wayne Ross. “There have been many benefits for our community including good paying jobs, transferable skills, and a long term revenue stream.”

“Completing Peter Sutherland Sr. GS ahead of schedule and on budget is another example of OPG’s commitment to creating respectful partnerships and to ensuring project excellence,” said Jeff Lyash, OPG president and CEO.” Lyash also noted the work was completed safely and with no lost-time injuries. “That’s an incredible achievement. My thanks go out to our contractor, Kiewit/Aecon and the many workers for their commitment to quality and safety.”

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