Forecasts from the Canada Energy Regulator’s Canada’s Energy Future 2021 report show electricity prices across Atlantic Canada will increase over the next 28 years. A new discussion paper from the Atlantica Centre for Energy looks at how federal and provincial regulations aimed at reducing emissions and reaching net zero by 2050 will change the
Uranium: The Fuel for Clean Energy Global demand for electricity is set to grow around 50% by 2040. As the only energy source of low-carbon, scalable, reliable, and affordable electricity, nuclear is set to play a prominent role in meeting this growing demand while satisfying decarbonization objectives globally. In this infographic from Skyharbour Resources, we take a closer
Carbon Offsets Carbon offsets are projects that cancel out carbon produced from the removal of greenhouse gas emissions from the atmosphere Carbon Credits Carbon credits are instruments that give the right to emit carbon into the atmosphere and results in a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions released to the atmosphere Open Publication
A high-level glance at the Maritime provinces' electricity supply, as forecasted by Canada Energy Regulator. Further insight is available by reading the Atlantica Centre for Energy discussion paper on Electricity Supply Open Publication
Canada is on a mission to lower its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions 45% below 2005 levels by the year 2030. New Brunswick has proudly lowered its emissions more than any other province. Now, New Brunswick is leading the charge towards a clean energy future with the newest generation of nuclear: advanced Small Modular Reactors (aSMRs).
The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) completed a Life Cycle Assessment Report of Electricity Generation Options, proving that over its full life cycle, nuclear accumulates the lowest greenhouse gas emissions, the smallest ecological footprint and the least minerals and metals used, even when compared to all other evaluated energy technologies!