Clean Technology

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

Atlantic Canada’s Clean Technology Sector

2022-11-21T20:32:30+00:00December 8th, 2021|Publications, Reports|

This report takes the pulse of Atlantic Canadian firms that are developing and providing clean technologies. It updates our groundbreaking 2018 study, Growing Atlantic Canada’s Clean Technology Firms, affirming many of the findings from our initial report. This update identifies 160 clean technology firms in the Atlantic region. These firms are inherently innovative, export-oriented and pay high wages.

Clean Technology Adoption

2022-11-21T20:31:29+00:00December 1st, 2021|Publications, Reports|

The global economy is changing rapidly with an increasing emphasis on reducing environmental impacts and mitigating the effects of climate change. While many Atlantic Canadian firms recognize the benefits of clean technology adoption, this region is lagging behind. Only 7% of Atlantic businesses adopted clean technology in 2019, below the national rate of 9%.

Electric Vehicle Chargers: The Basics

2022-12-08T03:15:06+00:00November 18th, 2021|Educational Resources, Intermediate, Transportation, Webpages|

Going all-in with electric vehicles (EVs) is a key part of transitioning Canadian transportation to a net-zero emissions future. It’s one reason why the Government of Canada has set an ambitious federal target that by 2040, 100% of light-duty vehicle sales will be zero-emission vehicles. As auto manufacturers produce more EVs and new models

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