Electricity Cost

Peak energy shaving: how it saves you money and helps lower emissions

2024-04-23T23:59:07+00:00January 23rd, 2024|Beginner, Educational Resources, Energy Efficiency, Energy Stories, News|

As Atlantic Canada enters its coldest season, there are still ways homeowners and businesses can save money and contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions when electricity demand hits its peak. Peak demand occurs when homes and businesses use the most electricity at the same time, typically on the coldest days and during certain times

It’s time for an honest conversation in Atlantic Canada about the federal Clean Electricity Regulations

2023-11-27T14:46:03+00:00September 11th, 2023|Commentaries, News|

Commentary by Michelle Robichaud, President. This commentary appeared in all New Brunswick on September 8, 2023 and in the Telegraph Journal on September 11, 2023.  The federal government recently released their Clean Electricity Regulations. These are sweeping rules designed to eliminate virtually all greenhouse gas emissions from electricity produced in Canada by 2035.  After

Atlantic Canada’s Electricity Future – Part 3: Electricity Cost Infographic

2022-12-13T17:21:59+00:00December 9th, 2022|Infographic, Publications|

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

Atlantic Canada’s Electricity Future – Part 3: Electricity Cost

2022-12-13T17:12:58+00:00December 9th, 2022|Discussion Papers, Publications|

The purpose of the third discussion paper in Atlantic Canada’s Electricity Future – Discussion Series is to help Atlantic Canadians better understand how government regulatory changes and policies aimed at achieving net-zero emission by 2050, as well as evolving consumer behaviours, will likely result in increased electricity prices across the Atlantic provinces relative to

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