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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

Upcoming Events

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March 10, April 7 & May 12, 2021

March 10 - Transformative Approaches
April 7 - Economic Prosperity: A Win-Win
May 12 - Reflecting on What Success Looks Like

Canada is on an ambitious journey to establish working relationships with Indigenous peoples across the country, to develop a plan to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, all while battling a pandemic.

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Colleen d'Entremont

At the Atlantica Centre for Energy, we have been working tirelessly to determine the impacts of the Federal Climate Action Plan and Clean Fuel Standard, mindful that both of the new federal initiatives aim to add financial penalties on the use of carbon fuels that will have an impact on people and businesses in Atlantic Canada.

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Norm Sawyer, president and CEO of ARC Clean Energy Canada.
Norm Sawyer, president and CEO of ARC Clean Energy Canada.

The New Brunswick government has strengthened its commitment to the development of small modular reactors by announcing a $20 million investment in ARC Clean Energy Canada Inc., which is developing the ARC-100 advanced SMR.

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Sustainable Marine Energy Canada is proceeding with plans to deliver the world’s first tidal energy array after launching a large floating platform with six underwater turbines in the Bay of Fundy.

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The Saint John Community Loan Fund, a non-profit lending organization, is offering a new program designed to get more women involved in the business end of the energy sector.

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