Renewable Solutions NB

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Our Renewable Solutions NB program aims to help families, businesses and governments better understand the opportunities for rewarding clean job creation in this emerging sector and get new projects off the ground at homes, businesses and public buildings across the province.

Our main avenue for making this happen is our Renewable Solutions NB Tour: Inspire, Connect, Advance.

The tour began in the fall of 2015 and will continue in 2016. We visit communities to bring together renewable energy producers, local business organizations, local elected officials and others interested in supporting renewable energy in their community.

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Lois Corbett at the Renewable Solutions NB Tour stop in Woodstock in November, 2015. Contact us about having the tour visit your community

The tour made stops in Doaktown and Woodstock (in partnership with Transition Woodstock and the Sustainable Energy Group) in late 2015, where Executive Director Lois Corbett presented on the exciting things happening in the renewable energy sector and how New Brunswick communities could be transformed into more vibrant, healthy, and self-sufficient places to live with clean renewable power.

handoutscreenshotCheck out this four-page primer on how NB can transition to a 100 per cent renewable future and what you can do to help. It’s distributed to attendees of our Renewable Solutions NB Tour presentations.

Visit this page regularly for updates on the next tour dates.

The following are blog posts related to our Renewable Solutions NB program.

Defying gravity: the cheapest oil in a decade couldn’t keep solar and wind down in 2015

The results are in! 2015 Environmental Attitudes Survey

Top 10 Moments for Our Environment in 2015

I’m smiling today

The Windmill on Canada Street

Opening of vertical-axis wind turbine in Fredericton in December, 2015

CCNB staff attended the openings of several renewable energy projects in 2015, including this vertical axis wind turbine in Fredericton in December.

Passive Homes, Aggressive Savings

COP21: Historic agreement signed in Paris

COP21 Update

Stop, collaborate, and make clean power: Minnesota town works with co-op on major solar project

COP21: Week Two in Paris

COP21: Week One in Paris

Making it happen: COP21 in Paris | Special Edition of EcoAlert Magazine

The road to locally-made clean energy

The Path to a low-carbon future: COP21 in Paris

Climate change impacts on the Gulf of Maine-Bay of Fundy explored

A high-stakes dinner party in Paris

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Our office became ‘bullfrogpowered’ with 100 per cent clean energy in October 2015.

Clean energy: We’re making it happen

Results from candidate questionnaire on climate, energy and the environment

Conservation Council is now bullfrogpowered!

New Brunswick can lead the effort to protect communities from climate change — we have before

Cast a ballot for climate action

EcoAlert Vol 46 No. 3 — Summer/Fall 2015

Doctor knows best!

What New Brunswick should look for in a Canadian Energy Strategy

Pope calls for courageous and far-sighted action on climate change

22,000+ jobs from tidal power in the Bay of Fundy?

There’s something different about Earth Day this year…

Win and Janice Naugler of Fredericton pay less than $100/year on heat thanks to a super energy efficient home.

Energy we can get behind

Why we march

Let’s make fossil fuels history!

Innovation abound! Living green in NB

Heating your home for just 10/month? It’s already happening in New Brunswick!

Renewables on the rise: Green jobs outnumber oilsands workers


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