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Thanks in part to its use of New Brunswick wood pellets, Britain recently marked a milestone in the global fight against climate change – it completed 67 days, 22 hours and 55 minutes without burning coal to generate electricity. It’s the first time that has happened in 230 years.

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Hopes are high that the geothermal potential of the decommissioned and flooded potash mine in Penobsquis will be tapped in the near future, a possible source of valuable green energy for the Sussex area.

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Atlantic regional suppliers to the nuclear industry are invited to apply to attend a four-day digital trade mission to explore bilateral opportunities in Canada, the United Kingdom and other markets of interest to Welsh and Canadian companies.

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Site preparation is underway for a $69 million solar farm in Summerside, P.E.I.

The Summerside Sunbank project, a 21-megawatt solar array and 10-megawatt battery storage project, will consist of 65,000 solar panels and eight tractor-trailer sized batteries.

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The Canadian government is delaying debt and financing payments and moving forward on a process for a renewed financial structure to help make the Lower Churchill projects more financially stable.

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