News releases from Energy (June 2002 - July 2018) (Page 4)

Support for Sustainable Transportation in St. Margarets Bay, Lewis Lake and Hubbards

Energy (June 2002 - July 2018)

Government is supporting three new sustainable transportation projects in the St. Margarets Bay, Lewis Lake and Hubbards areas of Halifax Regional Municipality that help connect residents to community hubs and promote active living.

Government Supports Sustainable Transportation and Public Transit in Antigonish

Energy (June 2002 - July 2018) / Municipal Affairs (April 2014 - May 2019)

Antigonish will see upgrades to its transit service and a new residential connecting path thanks to three provincial grants.

Government Supports Sustainable Transportation in Yarmouth

Energy (June 2002 - July 2018)

Government will help fund an extension of the Maud Lewis Trail and the installation of a crossing light to promote active living in Yarmouth.

Government Supports Sustainable Transportation in Mahone Bay and Lunenburg

Energy (June 2002 - July 2018)

Government is supporting three new sustainable transportation projects in the Lunenburg and Mahone Bay areas that help connect residents to community hubs and promote active living.

Funding Encourages Heritage and Sustainable Transportation Development

Communities, Culture and Heritage (Jan. 2011 - Aug. 2021) / Energy (June 2002 - July 2018)

Residents and visitors in Annapolis Royal will enjoy new cultural spaces and a boardwalk connecting people to key points in the community, thanks to funding announced today, Aug. 19, by Premier Stephen McNeil.

Stable Power Rates for Nova Scotians

Energy (June 2002 - July 2018)

For the first time, Nova Scotians will know what their power bill will be for the next three years.

Students Build Careers in Ocean and Energy Sectors

Energy (June 2002 - July 2018)

Twenty post-secondary students across Nova Scotia are gaining invaluable work experience this summer in the energy sector through the Energy Training Program for Students. Several of the students are working in ocean-related industries.

The Tremendous Opportunity of Tidal, Op-ed

Energy (June 2002 - July 2018)

Tidal energy is an opportunity for growth here in Nova Scotia.

Province Invests in Connected Communities

Energy (June 2002 - July 2018)

Government is investing in sustainable transportation as part of Budget 2016-2017.

Government Ends Must-Run Regulation, Reduces Biomass Use

Energy (June 2002 - July 2018)

The government is taking action on the electricity plan to make the system work better for Nova Scotians by ending a legal requirement to operate the Nova Scotia Power biomass plant in Port Hawkesbury as a must-run facility.

Gas Distribution Regulations Amended

Energy (June 2002 - July 2018)

The province has amended the Gas Distribution Regulations today, March 18, to give the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board the authority to consider applications dealing with natural gas distribution.

Legislation, Regulations Strengthen Environmental Protection for Offshore

Energy (June 2002 - July 2018)

Legislation and new regulations that strengthen accountability for companies operating in offshore Nova Scotia come into effect today, Feb. 26.

Provincial Appointments to Offshore Petroleum Board

Energy (June 2002 - July 2018)

Two Nova Scotia appointments that bring a combined 60 years of relevant experience to the Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board were approved today, Feb. 23, by the province’s standing committee on human resources.

Government to Grant Regulatory Approvals for Natural Gas Storage Project

Energy (June 2002 - July 2018)

After extensive consultation and upgraded project monitoring the next phase of the Alton Natural Gas Storage facility project in Colchester County will receive several government permits and can proceed.

Energy Training Program Open for Applications

Energy (June 2002 - July 2018)

Applications are now open for Nova Scotia’s 2016 Energy Training Program.

Balancing Responsible Growth and Stewardship in Nova Scotia's Offshore, Op-ed

Energy (June 2002 - July 2018)

Nova Scotians know that a great deal of our province's economy is built upon our seacoast -- fishing, shipbuilding, bio-sciences, tourism and our nation's East Coast navy.

Legislation Advances New Electricity Plan

Energy (June 2002 - July 2018)

Government is implementing key elements of the province's new electricity plan with legislation introduced today, Dec. 1.

Amendments Strengthen Marine Renewable-energy Legislation

Energy (June 2002 - July 2018)

Government will introduce changes to strengthen the Marine Renewable-energy Act.

Nova Scotia Welcomes International Tidal Company to FORCE

Energy (June 2002 - July 2018)

Government is welcoming a fifth developer to the Fundy Ocean Research Centre for Energy (FORCE).

Moratoire du banc Georges prolongé jusqu'en 2022

Energy (June 2002 - July 2018)

Le gouvernement a déposé une loi visant à prolonger le moratoire sur les activités d'exploration et de forage pétrolier et gazier dans la région du banc Georges jusqu'au 31 décembre 2022.