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ISA Hamilton Section
 
October 2007 Update
 

October - Fall / AutumnIn This Issue:

1 - Next Meeting - October 30 - PLANT TOUR

2 - Your Subscription & Privacy


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Our Next Meeting  -  October 2007  -  PLANT TOUR
Date: Tuesday - October 30, 2007
Time: 5:45 PM  -  Dinner/Presentation followed by the Plant Tour
We will meet at the plant's main gate at 5:45 PM.
Follow this link for a map and directions (in PDF format)
or use this Direct Link to Google Map
At 6:00 PM OPG will escort our group to their boardroom.
 - Dinner and a overview presentation
 - Plant Tour
Venue: Ontario Power Generation - Nanticoke Generating Station
Please be sure to confirm your attendance via:
- Submitting the online Attendance Confirmation form -or-
- E-Mail message to Jack Vincent -or -
- Telefax sent to the attention of Jack Vincent - (905) 333-4976
NOTES This plant tour will be limited to a maximum of 25  participants.
All participants will need to bring/wear safety shoes. 
OPG will provide hard hats,  safety glasses and ear protection.
Subject: Plant Tour - Ontario Power Generation - Nanticoke
  Ontario Power GenerationThe Nanticoke coal-fuelled generating station is located on the north shore of Lake Erie in Haldimand County, Ontario. Its eight generating units are capable of producing 3,920 megawatts (MW) of power. OPG - Nanticoke Generating
StationThe station's annual production is in the range of 20 to 24 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh), enough electricity to run nearly 2.5 million households for a full year.  Nanticoke's staff of about 600 highly skilled people includes engineers, technicians, mechanical and electrical maintenance trades-people, plant and equipment operators, environmental technicians, managers and administrators. Together, they strive to maintain a workplace that is safe, healthy and respectful of all employees. The installation of Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) equipment on two of Nanticoke‚Äôs eight units reduces nitrogen oxide emissions from these units by 6,000 tonnes annually, or by 80 per cent from 2000 levels.
Speaker: Gordon Jeung - Ontario Power Generation

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