New Brunswick is a province rich in natural resources and its diversity of energy assets. Its electricity distribution system has a total generating capacity of 4,415 Megawatts (MW) and is produced by assets like hydropower stations, windfarms, thermal plants, combustion turbines, biomass facilities, and the only nuclear station in Atlantic Canada. New Brunswick is also home to Canada’s largest refinery and its first state-of-the-art receiving and regasification terminal for liquified natural gas. The primary utility is NB Power, owned by the province, alongside other local utilities like Saint John Energy, Liberty, Perth-Andover Electric Light Commission, etc.
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