A new alliance of representatives for clean energy development was announced on Monday.

The Atlantic Clean Energy Alliance will work to foster energy innovation in the New Brunswick economy.

Representatives include the University of New Brunswick, Moltex Energy, ARC Nuclear Canada, NB Power, Atlantica Centre for Energy, the Department of Natural Resources and Energy Development, Opportunities New Brunswick and Economic Development Greater Saint John.

Colleen d’Entremont, president of the Atlantica Centre for Energy said while there are eight partners now, more have expressed interest in joining. . . . 

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