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Nalcor Energy released its annual Business and Financial Report today, including the Annual Audited Consolidated Financial Statements for the year ended December 31, 2018. “Nalcor’s overall financial performance in 2018 was strong. In fulfilling our mandate to responsibly develop and manage Newfoundland and Labrador’s energy resources, we rely on the skills of our dedicated workforce… Read More

Lower Churchill Project

December 6th, 2016

Our subsidiary, Nalcor Energy - Lower Churchill Project, is the most attractive undeveloped hydroelectric project in North America. Its two installations at Muskrat Falls and Gull Island in Labrador will have a combined capacity of over 3,000 MW and can provide 16.7 Terawatt hours of electricity per year. Learn more about the development of this... Read More

Strong Foundations

December 5th, 2016

Nalcor Energy is an energy company owned by the people of Newfoundland and Labrador with a small population of about 500,000 and vast potential as an exporter of hydroelectricity and oil and gas. Nalcor currently operates over 7,000 megawatts (MW) of electrical generating capacity that is predominately hydroelectric, including the 5,400 MW facility at Churchill... Read More

Stan Marshall, CEO, Nalcor Energy, today announced changes to the company’s executive structure. “Since taking on the role of CEO of Nalcor Energy, I’ve been assessing the company’s operations and existing executive structure and feel changes are required to put greater emphasis on our company’s priorities,” said Marshall. “These priorities are to ensure successful completion… Read More

Ed Martin, CEO, Nalcor Energy, parent company of Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro, today announced the appointment of John MacIsaac as President, Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro (Hydro), effectively immediately. Since 2010, MacIsaac has been Vice-President, Project Execution and Technical Services and the Nalcor Executive lead for Churchill Falls operations. His focus on rigorous planning, execution and… Read More