Atlantic Canadian Premiers is focused on developing an action plan for the new Atlantic Clean Energy Partnership. The partnership will witness Canadian provinces working together, along with the government to improve and reinforce the region’s clean energy future.
The Clean Energy Partnership will be established with an aim to ensure adoption, deployment and exportation of clean energy technologies. According to Global News, Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil said, “Another goal is to export energy and generate revenue for the region as a whole.”
Also, the objectives under the Pan-Canadian framework is to realise opportunities in job creation and economic growth of the region. “It’s a challenge to find common ground, because provinces have been working in different ways to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions,” added McNeil.
The partnership will allow provinces to strengthen an ongoing collaboration with federal government and key partners for Canada’s energy sector.