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The Atlantica Centre for Energy is dedicated to increasing energy literacy for community leaders and stakeholders. The Centre has expanded to include leading energy professionals, national and international organizations in Maine, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland & Labrador, Ontario, Alberta and PEI.

The Centre serves as a bridge between organizations operating in the energy sector and the community to help realize opportunities associated with energy resources in Atlantic Canada and the American Northeast. It provides a meeting ground for government, the education and research sectors, and the community at large to foster partnerships and engage in energy-related issues. more

Upcoming Events

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In partnership with Port Saint John, Marine Renewables Canada is hosting an information session next month to provide information on opportunities in the international offshore wind industry as well as Canadian tidal energy development.

The session, set for January 14 at the port, will highlight the opportunities for Canadian supply chain engagement in offshore wind energy developments and will provide an overview of the context for potential offshore wind energy projects in Canada.

Attendees will also receive updates on tidal energy activity in the Bay of Fundy, including current project plans and timelines.

There is no cost for the event but participants must register in advance. For more information, see the Marine Renewables website.

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energy3: Canada's Energy Conference

October 16-18, 2019 - Halifax Convention Centre - Halifax, Nova Scotia

Marine Renewables Canada, The Maritimes Energy Association, and the Offshore Energy Research Association are proud to be partnering on a unique, all-energy event for the first time – energy3: Canada’s Energy Conference.

energy3 is a three-day conference and trade exhibition focused on Canada’s energy industry, putting the spotlight on our strengths, challenges and opportunities. Canada has abundant energy resources – many of them largely untapped. As the world moves towards a low carbon economy, Canada’s energy sector can play a significant leadership role. A strategic effort in balancing traditional energy resource development with established and emerging renewable energy sources, along with adoption of clean technologies across the sector, can lead to both economic and environmental benefits for Canadians.

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New Brunswick is emerging as a hub for the development of the next generation of nuclear technology. Private-sector players ARC Nuclear Canada and Moltex Energy have set up operations in the province to pursue development of small modular reactors.

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 Laurentis Energy Partners, a division of Ontario Power Group, has opened an office in Saint John, N.B., to build on its offerings to the energy sector.  Expanding on its base in the nuclear sector, the organization is broadening its service offerings to include hydro and thermal generation, transmission, and an assortment of other inspection and engineering services. 

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Canada’s Maritime provinces have steadily been reducing their carbon emissions. Recently released federal data shows a clear trendline toward meeting 2030 targets. This infographic, prepared by the Atlantica Centre for Energy, shows the progress.

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Efficiency Canada recently released its first-ever annual Provincial Energy Efficiency Scorecard, accompanied by a comprehensive database of provincial energy efficiency policies. Amid its findings – Nova Scotia placed first in energy efficiency programming.

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