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The Federal Minister of Natural Resources, Seamus O’Regan, refers to the goal of “net zero” carbon emissions by 2050 as Canada’s “moonshot”. O'Regan says the Federal government is looking at all potential solutions to reduce carbon emissions, including carbon capture, storage, hydrogen, geothermal and small modular nuclear reactors as clean sources of energy.

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The Atlantica Centre for Energy has issued letters to the premiers of the Atlantic Canadian provinces and to the federal government warning that as the region struggles with the impacts of the pandemic, it is not the right time to impose the Clean Fuel Standard.

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The Atlantica Centre for Energy has written to Atlantic Canadian premiers and to Jonathan Wilkinson, Minister of Environment and Climate Change, about Ottawa's plans for a Clean Fuel Standard. Read the letters.
 

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QUEST, the national non-government organization that works to accelerate adoption of efficient, community-scale energy systems in Canada, says New Brunswick is at the forefront of energy innovation and has an opportunity to shape the utility of the future.

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The federal government's action plan for the development of small nuclear reactors is expected to be released this fall. In New Brunswick, ARC Nuclear Canada and Moltex Energy are anticipating federal dollars flowing their way as excitement builds about the potential for the small reactors to help build Canada’s green economy.

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