Atlantica Centre For Energy


Category: Upcoming Events

May 3 - 6, 2020 - Saint John, NB

CAMPUT is a self-supporting, non-profit association of Canadian federal, provincial, and territorial energy and utility regulators. These boards and commissions are responsible for the regulation of the electric, water, gas, and pipeline utilities in Canada.

They will be holding their national conference here in Saint John, NB this coming May. 

For more information, visit the Camput website.

Category: Upcoming Events

Energizing Efficiency Conference 2019

May 12 & 13, 2020 - Saint John

NB Power is pleased to be hosting Energizing Efficiency 2020, the third annual efficiency conference and the 2020 Energy Efficiency Excellence Awards in New Brunswick.

Building on last year’s success you can expect great networking opportunities and engaging speakers sharing their knowledge of best practices, case studies, new technologies and strategies to energize efficiency. Sessions will focus on key topics for business and commercial building owners and operators, municipalities, industrial facilities, the residential construction industry, governments and environmental organizations.

Visit to find more information. Register Now!

Category: Upcoming Events

energy3: Canada's Energy Conference

October 2020 - Date TBD - Halifax Convention Centre - Halifax, Nova Scotia

Marine Renewables Canada, The Maritimes Energy Association, and the Offshore Energy Research Association are proud to be partnering on a unique, all-energy event for the first time – energy3: Canada’s Energy Conference.

energy3 is a three-day conference and trade exhibition focused on Canada’s energy industry, putting the spotlight on our strengths, challenges and opportunities. Canada has abundant energy resources – many of them largely untapped. As the world moves towards a low carbon economy, Canada’s energy sector can play a significant leadership role. A strategic effort in balancing traditional energy resource development with established and emerging renewable energy sources, along with adoption of clean technologies across the sector, can lead to both economic and environmental benefits for Canadians.

For more information, please visit

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