Todd Kerschbaum presented at the Barbados Renewable Energy Association (BREA) 2016 conference.
For northern towns still largely dependent on oil, biomass heating systems present an enormous opportunity ...
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Power and Technology at Stantec
Providing cutting edge of technology is essential in the power industry. Stantec’s Montreal team is pushing the envelope every day to ensure clients receive the most current and innovative solutions.
Published in Ontario Technologist Magazine: Wood Pole Design for Overhead Power Lines
Daniel Petahtegoose discusses how we can use continue to refine wood pole designs for overhead power lines.
Mark Wilson speaking at upcoming QUESTtalks in Toronto
Join Mark Wilson as he moderates and facilitates conversation around smart cities and their cyber security risks and more, at the upcoming QUESTtalks workshop on October 23rd in Toronto, ON
Day in the Life of Pierre-Luc Pigeon
From Legos to old radios, electrical engineer Pierre-Luc, always loved taking things apart and figuring out how they worked. His job today is still that – just on a bigger scale!
How to not be caught in the dark after the next big storm
3 steps utilities can take to ensure their communities are prepared for the next natural disaster
Mehrdad Rostami published in IEEE Smart Grid white paper: Battery Storage System
This white paper provides solid insight into the role of energy storage, especially as it relates to the Smart Grid.
5 steps for successful delivery of transmission and distribution projects
For starters, communication is key, both within the team and with the client
Published in IEEE: Mike Voll on the David Johnston R+T Park Microgrid
Mike Voll on the innovative approach of developing a microgrid concept in a small commercial community.
Microgrids: An energy solution for small towns with big aspirations
A solution for the “chicken and egg” conundrum of smaller municipalities that lack the grid capacity to attract more industry
Evolve or die: Why change is necessary in the transmission and distribution world
Are you keeping up-to-date on the latest industry trends and technologies? Do you have the right team to make change happen?
A powerful lesson: Selecting a consultant based on price alone is a risky decision
Building on past client-consultant relationships optimizes project budget and schedule, and promotes innovation in the power industry
North American electric utilities: Where they’ve been and where they’re going
Why the utility of the future will be much different than the historic electrical utility
Four things you should know about automated design for substations using E3 software
Automating certain design functions can greatly reduce time-consuming tasks and the cost of projects
What utilities can do now to prepare for a major storm event—4 key initiatives
In hurricane-prone Florida, preparing power delivery systems for resiliency in advance of storms can reduce restoration time and costs
Resiliency, hardening and reliability
Resiliency, Hardening, and Reliability have become familiar terms in the power industry. The Bayonne Energy Center (BEC) II Expansion Project in Bayonne, New Jersey is not immune to these terms.
Electrical vehicle charging best practices
Helping clients select suitable electric vehicle charging stations in Canada and other cold climates.
For northern towns still largely dependent on oil, biomass heating systems present an enormous opportunity for energy independence. Stantec’s Sandy Birrell explains.
Full-scale design of a post-combustion CO2 capture
Provides an understanding of the depth and breadth of engineering work completed on the Mongstad plant.
Design of a post-combustion CO2 capture process
Stantec has a long history working in CO2 capture and clean energy technologies.
PowerShift Atlantic - 4 year Canadian - NRCAN clean energy project