Energy technologies considered for New Brunswick are not clean, timely or affordable

Wind, solar and existing hydro are cheaper, cleaner, and ready to go, reducing our carbon emissions in a few years, not in a decade or two. Costly unproven projects like SMRs and hydrogen commit our money to rising costs and delayed payback. CRED core members Sam Arnold (NBASGA) and Ann McAllister (Council of Canadians Saint John Chapter) wrote a critique of New Brunswick’s current energy development plans and lay out an alternative. Commentary published by the NB Media Co-op, HERE.

Author: CRED-NB

Coalition for Responsible Energy Development in New Brunswick