I was born and raised in Port Elgin, Ontario (20 minutes from Bruce Power). I hold a Bachelors of Business Administration from Wilfrid Laurier University and a Masters of Industrial Relations from Queen's University.
After school and prior to Bruce Power I worked in a few different industries; Telecom (TELUS), Pharmaceuticals (McKesson Canada) and Mining (Independent Researcher).
I joined Bruce Power in 2017 (came home) and have held multiple roles; Reporting Analyst and then Cost Lead on MCR6, Financial Analyst supporting Equipment Performance Division, Program Manager of Cost on MCR6 and then my current role Director, Isotopes & Site Energy Development.
I have been in my current role since the end of 2020; supporting three key areas for Bruce Power: (1) Cobalt-60 production, (2) Lutetium-177 production and (3) Project 2030. It has been a privilege to work on these programs and we have experienced some significant accomplishments; first commercial reactor to produce Lutetium-177 and a new net site peak capability of 6,550MW.
I am an avid golfer (9.2 cap but looking to drop two strokes this summer) and I love playing video games.
I owe any career success to my supportive wife Megan and I am a proud father of two; Ellis (5) and Wilson (2).
All Sessions by Peter McDermid
This session is a must-attend for those interested in keeping up-to-date with the latest advancements in the Canadian nuclear industry. You will hear exciting updates from non-utility leaders, such as Canadian Nuclear Labs, about progress in isotopes, sustainability, hydrogen and much more! This session is an excellent opportunity to gain new insights and expand your knowledge.