James Stone and Dave Bernier presented their paper "Full-Scale Design of a Post-Combustion CO2 Capture Process for a Gas-Fired Plant" at POWER-GEN International (2014). This paper provides an overview of work completed by Stantec and Powerspan to design a full-scale CO2 capture system for a modern natural gas combined cycle power plant.
Interconnected smart grids
In IEEE's September 2017 special issue on transmission, Mehrdad Boloorchi's article "Interconnected Smart G...
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Incorporating smart technologies to future-proof your charging infrastructure investments
Transforming a coal-fired power plant into a solar facility
Stantec was part of OPG’s EPC team on its first-ever 44 MW solar facility at the location of what was once North America’s largest coal fueled power plant
From the Design Quarterly: Teaching sustainability and energy conservation through play
Energy use is high and energy literacy is low; a pop-up park turns city parks into places that boost energy understanding
Design Quarterly Issue 05 | Smart & Livable Cities
Articulating a livable vision for city life
Day in the Life of Jaclyn Currie
From a young age Jaclyn has always been a problem solver. As an electrical engineer at Stantec, she solves some of New Brunswick’s biggest energy challenges every day.
Presenting Stantec Design Quarterly 05: Smart & Livable Cities
Articulating a living vision for city living―from the smart city discussion to affordability, congestion, and transport
NB Power - Partner of Choice
New Brunswick Power is providing power to 350,000 citizens in a creative and innovative, making them a partner of choice.
Published in Engineering Inc: Power Transmission Sector Exhibiting Strong, Durable Growth
Stantec’s Bill Shelley is featured in an article that focuses on the strong and growing transmission market
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.
Smart curtailment: the little-known battle between nature and efficient wind power
Working to save bats, energy, and money at the same time—it’s all about site-specific risk patterns
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.
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
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.
Day in the Life of Aurel Giroux
Power Sector Leader Aurel Giroux likes to build things and as an engineering consultant in our New Brunswick office, that is exactly what he gets to do every day at Stantec.
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
How can utilities help solve the pollinator crisis?
Utilities should ask themselves three questions before committing to enhancing pollinator habitats: Why? What? Where?
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.
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
North American electric utilities: Where they’ve been and where they’re going