Prince Edward Island’s CleanTech Park

2022-12-08T03:12:15+00:00February 15th, 2022|Clean Technology, Educational Resources, Intermediate, Webpages|

Government announced the development of a Clean Tech Park that includes a Clean Tech Academy and a Clean Tech Learning and Innovation Centre. The vision for this project is to establish an industry-led cluster and destination that attracts and facilitates the growth of companies, entrepreneurs and talent focused on advances in technologies, processes and

Hydrogen FAQs

2022-12-08T03:18:21+00:00January 1st, 2022|Beginner, Educational Resources, Hydrogen, Webpages|

Hydrogen (H2) is a gas, and like electricity, it's an energy carrier. Hydrogen doesn't emit any greenhouse gas emissions when it is used. However, hydrogen is also like electricity in that for it to be zero-emitting, it must be produced using clean energy. Visit Webpage

Smart Grid Products

2022-12-08T03:13:10+00:00January 1st, 2022|Educational Resources, Energy Efficiency, Intermediate, Webpages|

Go Smart. Save Energy. We want to help you improve your home’s energy efficiency with innovative smart products. Smart products are now rolling out to Saint John residents as part of our Smart Energy Project. By partnering with us to participate in these product trials, you can experience new technology, help reduce our community’s

Smart Grid Atlantic – Nova Scotia

2022-12-08T03:11:28+00:00January 1st, 2022|Educational Resources, Energy Efficiency, Intermediate, Webpages|

Nova Scotia’s energy future holds exciting possibilities — more wind and solar generation, battery storage, electric vehicles, and even more opportunities to bring renewable energy to the grid. Globally, the electrical grids that have served us over the past century are evolving through new technology into “smart grids.” Smart grids offer a future in

Nova Scotia’s Wind Power

2022-12-08T03:09:33+00:00January 1st, 2022|Beginner, Educational Resources, Webpages, Wind|

We all want a cleaner, greener future for our province—and that's why transitioning to renewable energy is our priority. It's a journey we've been on for over 15 years. Now, we're working towards 80% renewable energy by 2030 and phasing out coal. That means when you plug in your appliances, heat your home using

Tidal Energy

2022-12-08T03:06:27+00:00January 1st, 2022|Educational Resources, Intermediate, Marine, Webpages|

Energy can be harnessed from the tides in two ways: using the change in height of the tides (potential); and using the flow of the water (kinetic). Tidal power is very sensitive to speed. The power output varies as the cube of the speed. In other words, if the water flows twice as fast,

Hydroelectricity in Newfoundland and Labrador

2022-12-08T03:05:37+00:00January 1st, 2022|Educational Resources, Intermediate, Marine, Webpages|

Being our province’s primary power generator, we supply the majority of the electricity that Newfoundlanders and Labradorians use every day. Our generating assets include 11 hydroelectric plants, one oil-fired plant, four gas turbines, and 25 diesel plants. We also operate the Exploits hydroelectric plants on behalf of the provincial government and have entered into

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