Canadian Electricity
Centre of Excellence Unveiled
Senate Room | Parliament Hill, Ottawa | May 29, 2018

The Canadian Electricity Centre of Excellence (CoE) is dedicated to recognizing and celebrating CEA Member innovation from coast-to-coast-to-coast. CEA’s Board approved the creation of a CoE as part of its renewed strategic plan to help showcase the kind of ingenuity possible when policy, private and public partnerships are aligned.

Sergio's Remarks

ATCO CoE Video

CEA Press Release

NS Power CoE Video

Member Media Coverage

Photo Album

The Launch

This inaugural event was graciously sponsored by Senator Joseph Day, giving us access to an elegant and appropriate Senate room on Parliament Hill. The event also had two guest speakers. Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Natural Resources, Kim Rudd, started things off. Her flattering remarks can be found

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Additionally, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, David Lametti, shared his thoughts on the importance of innovation in the electricity sector, found

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ATCO PROJECTS

CEA member utility ATCO features three projects in the Centre of Excellence. François Blouin, Innovation Director at ATCO addresses the push to become a ‘utility of the future’ and the need for innovation in the industry.

Nova Scotia Power features its Intelligent Feeder Project

David Landrigan, Vice-president, Commercial, at Nova Scotia Power, discusses how the adoption of intermittent renewables will benefit its customers and how the outcomes of the project will serve as a case study for other jurisdictions.

Members Media Coverage

Utilities Kingston recognized by the Canadian Electricity Association
The Whig Standard – May 29, 2018

Utilities Kingston has been recognized by the Canadian Electricity Association’s (CEA) Centre of Excellence for its transfer trip

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Capital Power innovation honoured by Canadian electricity centre of excellence
Regina Leader-Post – May 28, 2018

Edmonton-based Capital Power is being honoured by the Canadian Electricity Association for its work cutting greenhouse gas emissions at the

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Capital Power innovation honoured by Canadian electricity centre of excellence
Edmonton Journal – May 28, 2018

Edmonton-based Capital Power is being honoured by the Canadian Electricity Association for its work cutting greenhouse gas emissions at the

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NB Power, Saint John Energy recognized for excellence
Telegraphjournal.com – May 28, 2018

May 29 by the Canadian Electricity Association (CEA) for groundbreaking innovations. The awards will be presented through CEA’s Canadian

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Government’s move to cut off debate on late-night sittings, key bills could trigger procedural brawl
IPolitics – May 29, 2018

on the Hill, the Canadian Electrical Association hosts an evening reception to “formally launch the first Canadian electricity Centre of

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Made-in-Manitoba technology to be showcased
Winnipeg Free Press – May 28, 2018

A hands-free augmented reality technology called VisualSpection, developed and marketed by Manitoba Hydro International, is one of the technologies that will be featured today at the launch of the Canadian Electricity Association’s (CEA) Centre of Excellence in Ottawa.

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Énergie NB veut rendre son réseau plus «intelligent»
Acadie Nouvelle – May 30, 2018

Au Nouveau-Brunswick, en plus d’Énergie NB, Saint John Energy s’est également vu accorder une place au Centre d’excellence.

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Photo Gallery

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Thank You for Demonstrating Innovation Excellence!