Friday, September 18, 2020

Tag: OPG

OPG subsidiary purchases natural gas assets

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Ontario Power Generation Inc. (OPG), under a new subsidiary that will be doing business as Atura Power, has finalized the acquisition of a portfolio...

OPG revises timeline for Unit 3 refurbishment

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As OPG and its project partners work toward restarting the Unit 2 reactor at the Darlington Nuclear Generating Station, preparations have also been underway...

OPG completes Unit 2 reactor construction

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Ontario Power Generation (OPG), along with its project partners and vendors, have now completed construction on Darlington Nuclear Generating Station’s Unit 2 reactor. The...

Ontario to reform EA process for low-impact waterpower projects

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Ontario is taking the next steps to modernize its almost 50-year-old environmental assessment program by working with holders of Class Environmental Assessments (Class EA)...

Nuclear Perspectives

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With nearly $26 billion being invested in the refurbishment of Ontario’s nuclear assets, it’s clear that the province values the energy resource as part...

TC Energy sells three assets to OPG for $2.87 billion

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TC Energy Corporation has announced that it has entered into an agreement through its wholly-owned subsidiary, TransCanada Energy Ltd., to sell interests in three...

EA issued for small modular nuclear reactor project

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The federal government has issued the notice of commencement of an environmental assessment (EA) for a small modular reactor project proposed by Global First...

Ontario enters agreement with OPG on dam safety

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The Government of Ontario has announced that it has entered into a 10-year agreement with Ontario Power Generation (OPG) to reduce regulatory burdens and...

OPG joins Nuclear Innovation Working Group

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Terrestrial Energy announced the addition of Ontario Power Generation to its Nuclear Innovation Working Group. The working group is advising Terrestrial Energy during Phase...

OPG opens first solar project

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OPG’s first ever solar power facility is now online and harnessing the sun’s rays to generate clean, renewable electricity for Ontario. The new 44-megawatt Nanticoke...
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