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New Brunswick is positioning itself to stand at the forefront in the development of a new, reliable, clean energy source: small modular reactors.

The goal of small modular reactor, or SMR, clean energy technology is to generate non-emitting, low-cost energy to communities, fuel energy intensive industries and replace high-emitting electricity generation. The technology is also well positioned to provide a baseload of energy complementing intermittent renewables like solar and wind.

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Moltex Energy, one of two companies looking to build small modular reactors in New Brunswick, is moving ahead with key developments in its innovative process to use spent fuel from nuclear reactors and convert it to low-cost electricity.  

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CarbonCure Technologies, based in Dartmouth, N.S., has started 2020 in winning style. Not only was the company named 2020 North American Cleantech Company of the Year by San Francisco’s Cleantech Group, it also won a grant of up to $3 million from the federal Breakthrough program. 

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Nova Scotia Power says a pilot project to test Tesla Powerwalls in 10 homes in the community of Elmsdale, along with a large, grid-sized battery – the Tesla Powerpack –  at a nearby substation, has been successful.

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After several days of hearings in Saint John, the New Brunswick Energy and Utilities Board will decide in the coming weeks whether to grant NB Power permission to prepare and install advanced metering infrastructure. 

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