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Atlantica Centre for Energy

Energy supply and demand issues  for US Northeast and Atlantic provinces

We engage with users and providers of energy for the Northeast region. We research energy issues facing the region and compile options to assist in making informed decisions regarding energy diversity, emissions reduction, and security of supply. view profile page



Emera Inc. is a geographically diverse energy and services company headquartered in Halifax, Nova Scotia, with approximately $32 billion in assets and 2018 revenues of more than $6.5 billion. The company primarily invests in regulated electricity generation and electricity and gas transmission and distribution with a strategic focus on transformation from high carbon to low carbon energy sources. Emera has investments throughout North America, and in four Caribbean countries. view profile page


Maritime Electric

Maritime Electric is the electric utility serving the Eastern Canadian Province of Prince Edward Island. It is a vertically integrated electric utility and has $200 million in annual sales. The 180 employees maintain $500 million of generation, transmission and distribution assets and serve 80,000 customers. The Company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fortis Inc. The utility is interconnected with NB Power through four submarine cables and purchases the majority of it’s energy from NB Power and remainder from the Province of PEI wind farm facilities. view profile page


NB Power

A Vertically Integrated Electrical Utility

NB Power is the largest electric utility in Atlantic Canada and is responsible for the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity throughout New Brunswick. Our more than 2,500 employees across the Province are dedicated to providing customer value to our more than 400,000 direct and indirect customers in New Brunswick by way of over 21,000 km of distribution lines, substations, terminals and switchyards that are interconnected by over 6,800 km of transmission lines. view profile page


PEI Energy Corp


Saint John Energy

Our innovative team at Saint John Energy includes Smart Grid Engineering, Operations Technology, Information Technology, Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI), Geospatial Information System (GIS), and our Distribution Control Center (DCC). Our Smart Grid solution involves the continuous improvement of our electrical grid systems that enable digital two-way communications technology, renewable generation, storage, data science, enhanced customer engagement, and smart devices to detect, react, and work with the electrical grid to respond digitally to our quickly changing electric demand. view profile page



SimpTek develops, operates and maintains a powerful yet simple data analytics platform that enables energy-conscious organizations to measure, analyze and act to optimize performance across their building portfolios. SimpTek’s flagship product Building360 provides insights into energy usage, identifying opportunities to reduce costs and improve building value. SimpTek simplifies energy use analysis so energy managers can get the most return from their conservation programs budget. view profile page


Siemens Canada – Smart Infrastructure

Developments such as distributed generation, new service offers, and sector coupling give rise to new challenges. The extensive Siemens technologies, products, services, and solutions live up to them economically and in the best way possible. With the industry’s most comprehensive and proven portfolio from generation all the way to consumption, as well as a long track record in business transformation, we are your competent and reliable partner on the pathway of transition to a smart energy era. Together with you, we identify the most important fields of action to ensure and improve sustainability, efficiency and stability. We work out the best answers to your individual challenges – also providing financial solutions throughout your project’s lifecycle. view profile page


SGIN (Smart Grid Innovation Network)

What Do We Do: We help vendors get their products and solutions “Smart Grid ready”. We provide a single point of contact for product development and testing. We provide technical support for research, development and demonstration (RD&D) projects. Who We Support: Vendor technologies at various maturity levels. Startups with new concepts to validate. Established companies interested in integrating their products and services with smart grid solutions. Smart grid firms seeking to enhance the interoperability of their solutions. view profile page