Commentary by Michelle Robichaud, President To tax, or not to tax carbon? That is not the question. A debate on carbon taxes is the talk in communities across Canada today, as it has been for several years. Polarization on the issue has escalated recently since the federal government offered a short-term exemption for home
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NOVEMBER 22, 2023 (Halifax, Nova Scotia) The Canadian Gas Association (CGA), along with Fleet Zero, Atlantica Centre for Energy, and Atlantic Hydrogen Alliance, hosted an innovation forum to discuss the role of natural gas, renewable natural gas (RNG), and hydrogen (H2) in Atlantic Canada’s energy future. Funding support for the forum was
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 2, 2023 Saint John, NB – Today, the Atlantica Centre for Energy launched a new energy literacy project to raise awareness of opportunities in the clean fuels sector for post-secondary students and First Nation’s youth in all four Atlantic provinces. The Fuel 4 the Future (F4F) project includes the creation of
Statement in support of indigenous equity partnerships with advanced small modular reactor companies in New Brunswick
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 25, 2023 Saint John, NB – Today, the Atlantica Centre for Energy recognizes and applauds the announcement of North Shore Mi’kmaq Tribal Council (NSMTC) and member communities entering into equity agreements with Moltex and ARC Clean Technology (ARC) is of historic significance for the energy sector in New Brunswick. NSMTC
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - December 9, 2022Saint John, NB – Today, the Atlantica Centre for Energy released Atlantic Canada’s Electricity Future Discussion Series – Part 3: Electricity Costs, to help Atlantic Canadian residents and businesses better understand what electricity prices may be in a net-zero future. The discussion paper helps visualize publicly available data through
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - February 18, 2022 Saint John, NB - The Atlantica Centre for Energy announced today that Jonathan Alward has joined the Centre as its new Vice-President, Policy. “We are excited to welcome Jonathan home to New Brunswick for this new role,” said Stephen MacMackin, Chair of the Atlantica Centre for Energy.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - January 24, 2022 Saint John, NB - Stephen MacMackin, Chair of the Board of Directors of the Atlantica Centre for Energy, announced today that Colleen d’Entremont, President, will step down and retire in April 2022. “Colleen has been a tremendous leader in the energy community,” said MacMackin. “She has been