Bruce Power supplier Revenew establishes Canadian head office in Port Elgin

Another nuclear supplier has opened an office locally to support the Bruce Power Life-Extension Program bringing the number up to 56 companies through the region.

Revenew cut the ribbon at its new office, located at 281 Goderich St., Port Elgin, on Wednesday, May 29th, with approximately 40 guests and dignitaries in attendance. The company expects 30 people will be headquartered in Port Elgin, while others will work in Toronto to support the Bruce Power’s Major Component Replacement (MCR) Project.

(L-R) Jamie Smith (Saugeen Shores Councilor), Jennifer Tuer (Mgr. Supply Chain), Christ Trahan (V-P Project Management & Construction), Randy and Mike Rencheck (CEO) Bruce Power, Jeff Laplante (V-P Canadian Operations), Mayor Luke Charbonneau, Matt Kelly and Stephen Marcotte of Bruce Power and Paul Pettit (Revenew V-P Performance Improvement)


Since 1999, Revenew International has worked with many of North America’s largest utilities to provide services and consulting to their supply chain, internal audit, finance and accounting experts. With a focus on savings and optimization, Revenew currently provides contract administration, risk management and other services to Bruce Power.

Mayor Luke Charbonneau welcomed the company to the community and expressed his appreciation that it has decided to make the location of Port Elgin its Canadian head office.

“As a small, dedicated professional services provider, Revenew offers a unique perspective over traditional consultants by becoming a value-added member with the customer’s organization,” said Jeff Laplante, Revenew’s Vice President of Canadian Operations. “The company has years of experience with long-term clients who consider it a valuable partner in their success, and we look forward to working with Bruce Power to ensure its Life-Extension Program remains on time and on budget. We are excited to be a part of the tri-county community and look forward to growing, contributing and being a good neighbour.”

Mike Rencheck, Bruce Power’s President and CEO, welcomed Revenew to the local nuclear supplier community.
“Revenew is part of the 50-plus nuclear supplier companies that now have a local presence in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties,” Rencheck said. “When our suppliers establish a local presence they quickly integrate themselves into our communities by having a local presence, supporting local initiatives and hiring local people. We welcome Revenew and look forward to growing our relationship.”

About Revenew
Celebrating 20 years of service, Revenew International is fortunate to work with many of North America’s largest Utilities, providing services and consulting to their Supply Chain, Internal Audit, Finance and Accounting experts. Our team strives for “complete client satisfaction” and are empowered and encouraged to achieve this goal at every

About Bruce Power
Formed in 2001, Bruce Power is an electricity company based in Bruce County, Ontario.  We are powered by our people. Our 4,200 employees are the foundation of our accomplishments and are proud of the role they play in safely delivering clean, reliable, low-cost nuclear power to families and businesses across the province. Bruce Power has worked hard to build strong roots in Ontario and is committed to protecting the environment and supporting the communities in which we live. Learn more at and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube.