Environmental technician gaining valuable experience through Calabogie project

Sullivan’s Junior Health, Safety and Environment Assistant Carly Lance is featured for her role on the Ontario Power Generation (OPG) Calabogie Redevelopment Project. This project is boosting employment and economic benefits in the region, including hiring of local Indigenous community members like Carly.

The Calabogie redevelopment will see a new hydro generating facility replace the original, century-old powerhouse on the Madawaska River. When it goes into service in 2022, the new two-unit station will double the output of clean hydro power at the site from five to approximately 11 megawatts by making better use of the existing water available.

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