Nova Scotia Power


1223 Lower Water St, Halifax, NS B3J 3S8


Nova Scotia Power provides 95 per cent of the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity in Nova Scotia, and serve over 500,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers across the province.


Their 1,700 dedicated, safety-focused employees help manage $5 billion worth of generation, transmission and distribution assets and produce more than 10,000 gigawatt hours of electricity each year.


They use a fuel mix including hydro, tidal, wind, coal, oil, biomass and natural gas to generate electricity. Their facilities can generate as much as 2,453 megawatts of electricity that is delivered across 32,000 km of transmission and distribution lines throughout Nova Scotia.


Government of Nova Scotia


1903 Barrington Street, Suite 2085, 2nd floor, Barrington Place, Halifax, NS B3J 2P8


Dexter Construction Company Limited


Box 48100, Bedford, NS B4A 3Z2




Halifax Regional Municipality | HalifACT


1809 Barrington Street, 7th Floor PO Box 1749, Stn. Central, Halifax, NS B3J 3A5


The municipality’s Environment & Climate Change team is dedicated to working with key partners and the public to ensure that future generations can enjoy a stable climate and healthy environment. The central focus of HalifACT, the municipality’s climate action plan, is rapid decarbonization and the safeguarding of communities from current and future climate impacts. HalifACT is being implemented through a lens of equity and inclusion, prioritizing those most vulnerable.


Clean Foundation


90 Alderney Drive, Dartmouth, NS B2Y 4S8


Clean Foundation helps the communities in which they work make real progress toward a cleaner future by taking on climate change challenges. They bring specialized teams together to work on complex problems, delivering clean projects and programming. They're here to make the biggest impact for the communities they support.


Springboard Atlantic


1344 Summer Street, Suite 125, Halifax, NS B3H 0A8


Springboard Atlantic, supported by ACOA, is Atlantic Canada’s commercialization network representing the collective research and development capacity of 19 post-secondary institutions across the region. The network is designed to grow Atlantic Canada’s innovation economy and address social challenges society faces through meaningful collaboration among post-secondary institutions and industry.




835 Paramount Dr. Suite 200, Stoney Creek, ON L8L 0B4


Stantec is involved in the next wave of nuclear power through small modular reactors (SMRs) that can contribute to the energy transition. Their Energy business focuses on sustainable and economic solutions, aligning with the strategic goals of the energy transition. Small modular reactors are highlighted as a potential key element in electrification and decarbonization efforts, presenting a new generation of nuclear power. Stantec actively explores trends, innovations, and challenges in the energy sector, contributing to the shaping of energy industries.


Dunsky Energy + Climate Advisors


50 Ste-Catherine St. West, Suite 420, Montreal, QC H2X 3V4


DUNSKY ENERGY + CLIMATE ADVISORS provides top-level research, analysis and strategic counsel in support of their clients’ clean energy and climate goals, with a focus on buildings, mobility, industry and energy.


Investissement Québec International


1001, boulevard Robert-Bourassa, Bureau 1000, Montréal, QC H3B 4L4


Québec is a Strategic Business Partner for its diversified economy and its strategic location.

Investissement Québec International is the go-to partner for Québec-based and foreign businesses seeking to set up or do business in the province. Also, proud to support business innovation, entrepreneurship and play a vital role in ensuring the growth of investments and the acceleration of exports for Quebec businesses in Canada and internationally.


SWEB Development LP


6080 Young Street, Suite 403, Halifax, NS, B3K 5L2


SWEB Development LP is an IPP based in Halifax, NS, and is comprised of a team of renewable energy professionals who are passionate about community, the environment, and shared social values. SWEB Development is the North American subsidiary of W.E.B, an Austrian, community-owned energy transition company. W.E.B operates a total of 266 wind energy, 43 photovoltaic, and 3 small hydroelectric power plants throughout Europe and North America.


Siemens Canada Limited


1577 North Service Road East, Oakville, ON L6H 0H6


Siemens Canada is a technology company focused on industry, infrastructure, transport, and healthcare. From more resource-efficient factories, resilient supply chains, and smarter buildings and grids, to cleaner and more comfortable transportation and advanced healthcare, the company creates technology with purpose. By combining the real and the digital worlds, Siemens empowers its customers to transform their industries and markets, to transform the everyday for billions of people.




440 Wilsey Rd Suite 101, Fredericton, NB E3B 7G5


Liberty is committed to providing safe and reliable natural gas, water, and electricity distribution and services to over one million customer connections across four countries.

In New Brunswick, Liberty provides natural gas to over 12,500 customers in 14 communities and operates the Tinker hydro-electric dam and transmission system.




5605 Av. de Gaspé, Suite 508, Montréal, QC H2T 2A4


RES is the largest independent renewable energy company in the world, specializing in greenfield development, construction, operations and maintenance across utility-scale wind, solar, transmission/distribution, battery storage, and green hydrogen technologies. Founded in 1981, RES has over 2,500 employees, and has developed a portfolio spanning 10 countries, including 23GW of generation assets, as well as an additional 12GW under RES operational support.


CAA Atlantic


330 John Savage Ave, Dartmouth, NS B3B 0L7






527 Queen St, Fredericton, NB E3B 1B8


Climative is a clean tech company using AI-assisted digital energy assessments and blockchain to accelerate the decarbonization of the built environment. They create low-carbon plans for every building, which can be securely shared and updated by homeowners and those who support them to make better, faster decisions to reduce the carbon footprint of the built environment.




1505 Barrington Street, Suite 901, Halifax, NS B3J 2R7


Solutions Today | Tomorrow IN Mind is CBCL’s promise. An employee-owned firm, they're committed to creating positive, lasting impacts on people and our planet by providing multidisciplinary engineering, environmental, and geotechnical consulting services for Bridges, Buildings, Coastal, Climate Resilience, Environmental, Geotechnical, Industrial, Municipal, Ports & Marine, Sustainability, Transportation, and Water.




1801 Hollis St., Suite 1500, Halifax, NS B3J 3N4


EastPoint, a Halifax-based engineering firm, excels in projects spanning medium voltage distribution to renewable systems such as battery storage, grid connected solar PV, and microgrids. Providing feasibility studies, energy assessments, and detailed designs, our team prioritizes building resilience and future capacity to meet evolving energy needs in the electrification era.




100, King Street West, Suite 5600, Toronto, ON M5X 1C9


SOFIAC develops, manages and invests in major decarbonization and energy retrofits to the benefit of companies in the across all sectors including commercial, industrial, public and multi residential. Thanks to their unique solution they take charge of and assume 100 percent of the costs and risks for all project phases. Their approach is based on independently measured performance and requires NO investment from clients; project costs are reimbursed solely through a portion of generated savings. Their clients benefit from a positive cash flow as of the first day in addition to numerous other financial benefits.


Eastward Energy


144 Thornhill Dr, Dartmouth, NS B3B 1S3


Since 2003, Eastward Energy has been providing safe, reliable, and convenient natural gas to Nova Scotian homes, businesses, and industries. Eastward Energy is focused on the future of energy, aiming to develop solutions that support Nova Scotia's transition to net-zero emissions, creating a more sustainable and efficient energy future.


Government of Nova Scotia


1903 Barrington Street, Suite 2085, 2nd floor, Barrington Place, Halifax, NS B3J 2P8


Nova Scotia Environment and Climate Change’s role is to protect the environment, human health and farm animal welfare through regulatory excellence, conservation, partnership, and promotion. To achieve this, we strive to develop legislation, regulations and policies, process notifications, applications, and approvals for regulated activities based on sound scientific knowledge and expertise.


Swagelok Ontario | Atlantic Canada


36 King Street, Saint John, NB E2L 1G3


Swagelok Ontario | Atlantic Canada provides fluid system products, assemblies, and services across a multitude of Clean Energy industries and applications.

  • Hydrogen Electrolyzers, Refueling Stations (including Dispensers and Priority/Cascade Panels), Virtual Pipelines/Tube Trailers, Analyzers and Sampling Systems.
  • Electric Vehicle Battery Manufacturing.
  • Trusted by the Nuclear Industry for Over a Half-Century for Commercial & Nuclear Class Products, Technical Training, Code Compliance & Procurement Controls.


Net Zero Atlantic


1209 Marginal Road, Halifax, NS B3H 4P8


Net Zero Atlantic is leading applied research and providing credible and objective data and support services to advance Atlantic Canada’s sustainable and inclusive transition to a carbon-neutral future.

They produce credible and objective data to inform sound policies and decisions related to critical topics currently including, but not limited to, hydrogen, offshore wind, geothermal energy, tidal energy, and energy system modeling.


Energy Storage Canada


777 Bay Street, Unit C208B, Toronto, ON M5G 2C8


Founded in 2016, Energy Storage Canada (ESC) is a not-for-profit organization and the only national trade association in Canada dedicated solely to the growth and market development of the country’s energy storage sector as a means of accelerating the realization of Canada’s ongoing energy transition and Net Zero goals through advocacy, education, collaboration, and research.

ESC’s technology-agnostic approach allows for a diverse membership of 85 members (and growing!) representing the end-to-end value chain of the country’s energy storage industry including technology and component providers, project developers, energy storage service providers, power generators, electric utilities, engineering, and construction firms, as well as professional services companies and NGOs.

They offer opportunities for leadership, access to experts and government representatives, in addition to providing forums for engaging with current policy, regulation, and discussions related to energy storage in Canada at the national level, which contribute to the advocacy, research, and stakeholder education provided by Energy Storage Canada.