Positions Rank at Ontario Power Generation

Total result: 17

SALARY NAME Position
$1,208,155.82 DONN W. HANBIDGE Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$527,894.06 CHRISTOPHER GINTHER Senior Vice President, Law, General Counsel & Chief Ethics Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$485,513.24 BRUCE BOLAND Senior Vice President Commercial Operations & Environment
Ontario Power Generation
$454,078.17 PAUL PASQUET Senior Vice President
Ontario Power Generation
$451,385.54 WILLIAM ELLIOTT Senior Vice President, Nuclear Engineering & Chief Nuclear Engineer
Ontario Power Generation
$442,762.73 DIETMAR E. REINER Senior Vice President, Nuclear Projects
Ontario Power Generation
$430,430.92 MIKE MARTELLI Senior Vice President Hydro Thermal Operations
Ontario Power Generation
$423,941.35 SCOTT MARTIN Senior Vice President Business & Administration Services
Ontario Power Generation
$422,630.08 SEAN GRANVILLE Senior Vice President
Ontario Power Generation
$418,814.42 BARBARA KEENAN Senior Vice President, People & Culture
Ontario Power Generation
$386,731.29 BRIAN DUNCAN Senior Vice President Darlington
Ontario Power Generation
$325,786.15 BRIAN MCGEE Senior Vice President, Pickering
Ontario Power Generation
$307,417.05 CARLO CROZZOLI Senior Vice President Corporate Business Development & Chief Risk Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$279,893.65 LAURIE SWAMI Senior Vice President Decommissioning & Waste
Ontario Power Generation
$273,865.53 BILL ROBINSON Senior Vice President, Nuclear Projects
Ontario Power Generation
$269,158.14 BRYCE PHILLIPS Senior Vice President, Pickering
Ontario Power Generation
$104,318.15 ELIZABETH SUMMERS Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
Ontario Power Generation
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