Agyle Fills Ag Department Contract

Agyle Intelligence, a P.E.I.-based data analysis company, said it has filled a contract with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada worth almost half a million dollars.

Based in Mount Stewart, just east of Charlottetown, Agyle Intelligence said its technology is helping the federal department to automate instant access to manually collected data in various research projects, ranging from greenhouses

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Moltex Eyes Power from Nuke Waste

A British company is developing a 300-megawatt power plant in New Brunswick to source electricity from spent nuclear fuel, and says it could make Saint John a hub for similar zero-carbon plants around the world.

Moltex Energy signed an agreement last July with NB Power, the utility owned by the New Brunswick government, under which both parties would put up $5 million toward the project.

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Energia Seeking Cohort Members

Fredericton-based accelerator Energia Ventures is inviting applications from companies in the smart-grid, energy, cleantech, and cybersecurity sectors.

A Global Accelerator Network (GAN) member, Energia’s program is headquartered in Fredericton and was built in partnership with the University of New Brunswick and leading technology companies.

Founded in 2016, the program offers a 12-week

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CDL Angels Invest $7M in 2 Years

In less than two years, the Creative Destruction Lab-Atlantic has established itself as the main angel funding group in Atlantic Canada, with its members investing about $7 million into 23 companies – so far.

The CDL is primarily a mentorship group that assembles wealthy businesspeople  (which it calls fellows or associate fellows) to advise and invest in young innovation companies. It requires

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