Atlantic Loop’s green-recovery potential lies with collaboration, renewable energy
Phasing out coal throughout Canada by 2030 has been a key pillar of the federal government’s climate action plans since 2016. Despite this, Atlantic Canada’s unique politics and electricity system make it a challenge in the region.
Hopewell Rocks in New Brunswick. The Atlantic Loop is a set of possible solutions to increase transmission capacity within and between Atlantic provinces, and with Quebec, to accelerate the phaseout of coal-fired electricity and increase access to clean electricity. Photograph courtesy of Unsplash