Laurentis is a Proud Partner in the Atlantica Centre for Energy
Laurentis Energy Partners is proud to be a partner in the Atlantica Centre for Energy (ACE), working with industry and community partners to strengthen Canada’s east-coast energy sector. The Centre, based in Saint John, New Brunswick, is dedicated to increasing energy literacy and serving as a bridge between energy companies and local communities, supporting sustainable growth and economic development in Atlantic Canada and the northeastern United States.
“We have brought together key partners representing community, academia and private- and public-sector participants to collaborate on energy development,” said Colleen d’Entremont, President of the Atlantica Centre for Energy. “Working together, we foster an exchange of information and dialogue, to learn from each other and advance the region’s energy opportunities.”
As an innovator and leader in the clean-energy industry and with an office, contracts, and customers in New Brunswick, Laurentis joined the partnership in 2020 to contribute to clean-energy development in Atlantic Canada. “We look forward to leveraging our expertise in the clean energy sector, including nuclear, hydro and solar generation, to help solve issues, encourage discussion, and develop energy solutions that help to move the region and the world forward”, said Andrew Whipple, Senior Advisor for Laurentis Energy Partners in New Brunswick.
Atlantica partners include the University of New Brunswick, Saint John Energy, NB Power, Irving Oil, Liberty Utilities, Emera, and Heritage Gas, among others.Partners appreciate how their collaboration through the Centre provides a forum for government, education and research sectors and the community at large to engage in energy-related issues.
Laurentis Energy Partners, a subsidiary of Ontario Power Generation, is an industry-leading provider of inspection, maintenance, engineering, and project management. It provides business-to-business solutions for customers across the energy spectrum: from nuclear, hydro and solar generation, to the advancement of new technologies such as small modular reactors, and production of medical isotopes. In the Atlantic region, Laurentis’ customers have included NB Power, Irving Oil and Nalcor – with services ranging from inspections to transportation of nuclear materials. Laurentis also has offices and operations across Ontario (in Toronto, Pickering, Hamilton and Port Elgin) and in Bucharest, Romania.
Among other activities, ACE hosts regular events such as panel discussions and webinars, with speakers from among its partners, and issues a newsletter with news about the regional energy sector. For more information on ACE, you can visit their website here.