Monday, February 24, 2020

Tag: electricity

Report released on Muskrat Falls cost impacts

Newfoundland and Labrador Minister of Natural Resources Siobhan Coady has announced that that the Board of Commissioners of Public Utilities’ (PUB) final report on...

Nova Scotia furthers commitment to tidal energy

The Nova Scotia Government is making changes to the Marine Renewable-energy Act to ensure the province continues its progress in developing tidal technologies and...

CC&L Infrastructure completes Bremner Trio purchase

Connor, Clark & Lunn Infrastructure (CC&L Infrastructure), Has announced that it has completed its acquisition of a majority interest in Bremner Trio Hydro Corp....

Hydroelectric project to be built on the Inukjuak River

Innergex Renewable Energy Inc., the Pituvik Landholding Corporation, and Hydro-Québec are proud to announce the construction of a 7.5-Megawatt (MW) run-of-river hydroelectric generating station...

SaskPower investing $18.9 million in Regina infrastructure

Work is underway on a number of projects in the Queen City as SaskPower renews its efforts to improve reliability for its Regina customers. “It...

Federal funding announced for PRES project in B.C.

British Columbia Premier John Horgan and BC Hydro president Chris O’Riley joined Minister of Natural Resources Amarjeet Sohi to announce federal funding for the...

NB Power purchases Bayside Generating Station

NB Power has bought the Bayside Generating Station at Saint John from Emera Energy Inc. for $46 million, including inventory. NB Power had been buying...

Canada investing in smart grid technology for Saint John

The Government of Canada has announced a $4.1-million investment to modernize Saint John’s electric grid, which will improve electricity delivery and reducing pollution. Saint John...

Watay power project connects its first community

Pikangikum First Nation has been connected to Ontario's electricity grid, bringing a reliable, clean supply of power to the community for the first time. Pikangikum...

Power Shift

The dramatic shift in Alberta’s political landscape in 2015 was considered seismic at the time. Rachel Notley’s New Democratic Party (NDP) came from seemingly...
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