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This Week's Highlights


Check out our blog entries to learn more about NEIA’s members, their products, services and achievements, and the activities of the association. Have something you would like us to write about? Please contact us.

Past Blog Entries:

  • We See The Light And You Should Too!

    Last week, There was a much-talked about survey that polled residents of Newfoundland and Labrador about their predictions for our provinces economy in the coming years… the results were less than optimistic, seeing almost half of those surveyed predicting bankruptcy for NL in the near future.

    NEIA, as part of it’s 25th anniversary has dedicated strong support to the entrepreneurial and start-up community in the province, and we see a much brighter future. A shared outlook among many in the tech sector and clean tech industry of our province.

  • NL youth are diving into Ocean Careers

    NEIA member and long time partner of our organization, Leslie Grattan, is the interim Chair of TheOceans Learning Partnership Inc. (OLP), a multi-stakeholder initiative established five years ago with the goal of reaching high school students and helping foster interest in ocean related careers. OLP is receiving over $450,000 in non-repayable government loans to support an educational pilot project in three regions around the province.

  • Newfoundland and Labrador Clean Tech company is gaining significant attention in the Caribbean!

    Wetland Treatment Solutions was given the opportunity on November 16th, 2017, to give The Canadian High Commissioner to Trinidad and Tobago – Her excellency Carla Hogan Rufelds, a tour of their Leachate Treatment Pilot Project at the Guanapo Landfill in Trinidad.

  • Warm for the Winter!

    Around the holidays, and especially in our cold winters, everyone needs a little warmth in their homes. Unfortunately for some, finding real warmth is harder to come by. Local business Firewood Factory NL are offering a freshly cut truckload of firewood to someone in need in the months of November and December.

  • Turning Over A… Wait For It… Newleef

    We here at NEIA are face and eyes into Newleef 2017 planning and organisation. Sometimes we lift our heads long enough to microwave a burrito and take a few minutes to make sure we’re all on track for what is looking to be the most anticipated Newleef to date, with some high energy sessions, amazing speakers and intriguing presentations lined up!

  • Wheels up, Wheels down!

    A couple of weeks back, NEIA returned from a very successful mission to Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago, St. Lucia and Barbados. They successfully navigated around the hurricanes to bring down a delegation of our members to form new business relationships and open the market for export to these NL companies.

  • A Tale of Two Technologies

    NEIA member and recent start-up Terra Technologies’ business is driven by increasingly strict global waste water discharge standards and emission standards for combustion facilities, which are major sources of a variety of harmful pollutants. Unlike other technologies, Terra Technologies’ solution easily reduces nitrogen oxides and works all stages of the combustion process.

  • Harnessing The Power Of Water And Wind From Your Backpack

    Seaformatics Systems Inc. has created a personal use renewable energy source, the Waterlily that uses water current or wind to generate 5V power output for charging USB devices via a direct charging cord that measures 12 feet. A quick-moving river or winds of 36 kilometres per hour, for instance, will charge a smartphone in 2 1/2 hours.

  • Going Where The Wind Blows

    Wreckhouse Energy consists of two entrepreneurial engineers who are positioning themselves to offer relief for rural business owners on the island by harnessing the power of wind. Now that the province’s Net Metering policy is in effect, Wreckhouse Energy doesn’t want to miss the opportunity to provide a cost-effective and low maintenance way for businesses to take advantage of this policy, to cut down on their electricity costs and even sell their excess energy back to the grid.

  • Smart Bushings for the Smart Grid Devices

    NEIA member, Power HV Energy (PHV) provide Energy efficient bushings for transformers and switchgear that reduce losses to deliver more electricity to customers, allowing asset owners to generate more revenue and protect the environment at the same time. Check out the video in this blog to learn how these energy efficient bushings operate!

  • Keep Calm & Put Your Lab Coat On

    Petroforma laboratories are conveniently located on the edge of the North Atlantic, bringing analytical and field services closer to the source than ever before. With clients spanning every industry, they have become the largest commercial laboratory and the first of its kind, in Newfoundland and Labrador.

  • Thinking Globally and Acting Locally – One piece of metal at a time.

    Innovations within Newco Metal and Auto Recycling has given them the opportunity to keep services, once only handled outside the province, at a local level to not only boost the economy but provide a further sense of sustainability within their business model. They are proving that Newfoundland and Labrador has the capability of keeping their services local.

  • In-Depth with Indigena

    Indigena was born from President and CEO, Lisa Walsh’s desire to provide an exceptional skincare experience, right here in Newfoundland and Labrador. Indigena uses indigenous ingredients from our provinces remote and clean ecosystem.

  • Bringing Your Energy Costs Down to Zero

    With the Public Utility Board’s long awaited approval of Net-Metering in Newfoundland and Labrador, there has never been a better time to consider the options available to home-owners and businesses to implement renewable energy technologies in to their homes and buildings.

  • Some People Go Through a Forest and See No Firewood

    Luke and Kaylen Janes took their passion and love for cutting wood to a whole new level. In 2014 the couple became parents, changing their outlook on how time was spent and how they would raise a family. Once relying on the offshore oil industry, the decline in that sector caused the financial support they once knew, to be gone – thus they came together as a firewood family forming Firewood Factory NL.

  • With Great Products Comes Great Responsibility (& Training)

    At EnviroMed, they believe in more than just the products they sell, they believe in training and safety. With each product EnviroMed rents or sells, they offer product training to ensure the operator will know how to use them.

  • Smart Thermostat gets “Empowered” with Local Funding

    NEIA member and local start-up, Empowered homes receive financing towards the production and business development, of their flagship product – Mysa, a smart thermostat for high-voltage heating systems that boasts AI learning and promises a more energy efficient home.

  • A New Charge We Can Live With

    Electric Vehicles (EV’s) are quickly being adopted around the world and that trend is making it’s way into Newfoundland and Labrador. In St. John’s we have our own EV dealership, Green Rock EVS – A Division of EVEN Electric and the installation of multiple charging stations across the province.


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