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The Atlantica Centre for Energy is dedicated to increasing energy literacy for community leaders and stakeholders. The Centre has expanded to include leading energy professionals, national and international organizations in Maine, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland & Labrador, Ontario, Alberta and PEI.

The Centre serves as a bridge between organizations operating in the energy sector and the community to help realize opportunities associated with energy resources in Atlantic Canada and the American Northeast. It provides a meeting ground for government, the education and research sectors, and the community at large to foster partnerships and engage in energy-related issues. more


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Upcoming Events

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Nov. 24 to 25, 2021 
Westin Nova Scotian, Halifax, N.S.

This year, Marine Renewables Canada’s annual conference will explore how tidal, wave, offshore wind and river current energy can play a role in the energy transition – and in turn, how development of these resources can create new inclusive and sustainable economic opportunities. Over the course of two days, industry leaders and experts will provide insight on market opportunities, current industry activity and progress, and work underway to enable sector growth. More information on the event, its discounted member and student pricing, and registration is available online.

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Premier Andrew Furey of Newfoundland and Labrador promoted the environmental pluses of his province's offshore oil and gas sector as he attended the recent UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland.

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The Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board has awarded the first retail supplier licence to what is expected to be Nova Scotia Power’s rival in the business of selling renewable electricity directly to consumers. 

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Malta Inc., a Massachusetts-based developer of heat energy storage technology, and NB Power have signed a term sheet and are working towards an Energy Storage Benefits Agreement to advance the first long-duration energy storage facility in the province.

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The Fort Folly First Nation in New Brunswick is joining a growing list of Mi’kmaq communities that are installing renewable energy projects to power their daily activities.

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