Saturday, January 25, 2020

Tag: energy

Bruce Power begins Major Component Replacement Unit 6 project

Four years after the start of its Life-Extension Program, Bruce Power is beginning the execution phase of its first Major Component Replacement (MCR) project. The...

Ontario to reform EA process for low-impact waterpower projects

Ontario is taking the next steps to modernize its almost 50-year-old environmental assessment program by working with holders of Class Environmental Assessments (Class EA)...

Hydro-Québec, NB Power announce new agreements

The CEOs of Hydro-Québec and NB Power, Éric Martel and Gaëtan Thomas, have announced the signing of three partnership and development agreements. Under these...

Hatch enters partnership on Fusion Demonstration Plant

General Fusion has announced that it has entered into an industrial partnership with Hatch Ltd. (Hatch) to bring power plant engineering and other expertise...

What Comes Next?

Few years will have as much impact on infrastructure development as 2019 did. In the past 12 months we saw Ontario reveal its pipeline,...

Ontario evaluating natural gas expansion opportunities

Ontario’s Associate Minister of Energy Bill Walker announced that the government is expanding access to natural gas to more families and businesses throughout rural,...

Ministry mandate letter released for Infrastructure and Communities

The Government of Canada has released its mandate letters for ministries throughout the federal government, including the Ministry of Infrastructure and Communities. The letter outlines...

Three premiers join to pursue small modular nuclear technology

Three provincial premiers are committing to the development of small modular nuclear reactors are part of the solution to reduce emissions. Ontario Premier Doug Ford,...

Nuclear Perspectives

With nearly $26 billion being invested in the refurbishment of Ontario’s nuclear assets, it’s clear that the province values the energy resource as part...

Premier Moe unveils 2030 Growth Plan for Saskatchewan

Premier Scott Moe released Saskatchewan’s Growth Plan: the Next Decade of Growth 2020-2030. The plan is a roadmap for building a stronger Saskatchewan. “Our province has...
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