Energy Training Program helps JASCO find Carmen
Town of Westville was awarded funding from the Nova Scotia Department of Energy Connect2 program for its 'Connecting the Dots' project.
When one project closes, another project opens, or was that doors?
When life gives you old bridge parts, you renovate trails. At least that’s what the Halifax Regional Municipality did.
Though it may be a small rural community, New Ross, Lunenburg Co., is filled with big ideas.
They say many hands make light work. And that is especially true when it comes to advancing the global tidal energy sector.
This has been a key message from Nova Scotia Energy Minister Michel Samson during his visit to Edinburgh, Scotland this week (February 23-25) for the International Conference on Ocean Energy.
On January 22, 2016 at 8:30 a.m., Energy Minister Michel Samson pulled on a survival suit and climbed onboard a helicopter. He was invited to spend a day aboard the Stena IceMAX, Shell Canada’s drillship, and he hitched a ride with some of the crew heading to work 250km offshore Halifax.
Catherine Chase is a third-year business student at Mount Saint Vincent University. Through the Co-operative Education program, Catherine has held positions at both the Nova Scotia Department of Energy and Credit Union Atlantic.
By Catherine Chase
We are harnessing the power of the sun and moon to create energy from the tides – right here, right now, in Nova Scotia.
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