A minewater geothermal business park in Springhill is closer to reality with the concept design phase funded and awarded.
We can do more, together.
While we may not be able to meet face to face, it is even more important to continue these important discussions in the wake of the economic impacts of COVID-19.
Since 2015, the Cumberland Energy Authority has proudly hosted this annual event as an opportunity for our community to come together and learn about, discuss and debate current and relevant energy topics.
Learn. Discuss. Debate.
Welcome to the 2020 Cumberland Energy Symposium!
Changing the climate conversation since 2012
We aim to set the standard of leadership in local government for the development of renewable energy, support of the progressive energy industry and the encouragement of a sustainable future for our communities.
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The Cumberland Energy Authority, Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE) and Parrsbourgh Shore Historical Society have partnered...
The development of on-shore natural gas is a topic with the potential for dramatic impacts on Cumberland County and Nova Scotia.
In the fall of 2018, the council of the Municipality of Cumberland decided to review the Wheeler Report to gain a base understanding of what natural gas development is and how it might impact Nova Scotians.
In the 2018 fall semester, an interdisciplinary team of masters-level students from Dalhousie University performed a research project on the merits and demerits of natural gas development with a focus on what had been published since the Wheeler Report