Hamlet of Arviat and NRStor Remote Communities Announce Partnership to Develop Arctic Canada’s First Major Community Clean Energy Project Reducing Local Dependence on Diesel Fuel

ARVIAT, September 18, 2017 – The Hamlet of Arviat, Nunavut is pleased to announce it has partnered with clean energy developer NRStor Remote Communities for the purpose of developing a comprehensive clean energy solution that significantly reduces the amount of diesel fuel required to power the community. “The Hamlet of Arviat is convinced of the […]

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Hamlet of Kugluktuk Builds on its Renewable Energy Leadership Through a New Partnership with NRStor Remote Communities

KUGLUKTUK, September 20, 2017 – The Hamlet of Kugluktuk, Nunavut is pleased to announce it is partnering with NRStor Remote Communities with the goal of developing a hybrid clean energy project incorporating wind, solar and storage. This project will significantly reduce diesel usage and local greenhouse gas emissions. Kugluktuk has demonstrated its leadership in renewable […]

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NRStor welcomes Kim Warren to its Board of Directors

NRStor is excited to announce Kim Warren as the newest addition to our Board of Directors. Mr. Warren was previously Chief Operating Officer at the Ontario Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) and brings nearly 40 years of electricity market experience to NRStor’s Board. “The insights and experience Kim Warren brings to our board as previous […]

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NRStor Welcomes Dan Chapman as Director, Business Development & Projects

NRStor is excited to announce that Dan Chapman has joined our team as Director, Business Development & Projects. Based in Calgary, Dan’s addition marks a milestone as NRStor broadens its footprint across Canada. Along with his enthusiasm for executing on industry-leading projects, Dan brings 11 years of clean technology experience to NRStor. Dan is an […]

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Hydrostor Inc. and NRStor Inc. announce partnership to develop Advanced Compressed Air Energy Storage projects across Canada

TORONTO, March 28, 2017 – Hydrostor Inc., a global leader in Advanced Adiabatic Compressed Air Energy Storage (A-CAES) and NRStor Inc., Canada’s premier energy storage project developer, announced today a partnership to jointly develop utility-scale energy storage projects across Canada. The companies will build on their experience together delivering an A-CAES solution for Ontario’s Independent […]

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Canada Firm Uses Salt, Tesla, Flywheels in Clean Energy Race

Original article by Gerrit De Vynck, published by Bloomberg. A Canadian firm is hoping to cash in on the burgeoning market for electricity storage — no matter which technology breaks out first. NRStor Inc. is positioning itself to be the go-to distributor, developer and operator of lithium-ion batteries, magnetically-levitated flywheels and other technologies seeking to solve […]

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NRStor Inc. Announces Equity Investment from Labourers’ Pension Fund of Central and Eastern Canada

NRStor Inc. Announces Equity Investment from Labourers’ Pension Fund of Central and Eastern Canada TORONTO, February 6, 2017 – NRStor Inc., a Toronto-based energy storage project developer, is pleased to announce it has received an $11 million equity financing commitment as well as access to $200 million in additional capital in support of its project […]

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NRStor Welcomes Ted Leonard as Vice President & Chief Financial Officer

We at NRStor are excited to announce that Ted Leonard is joining our company as Vice President & Chief Financial Officer effective immediately. Ted is an intrepid leader focused on driving exceptional business performance.  He has a proven track record in delivering on key strategic priorities while ensuring strong financial performance. Ted was previously the […]

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NRStor’s Annette Verschuren and Geoff Osborne Nominated for Canada Clean50 Awards

NRStor is proud to announce that Annette Verschuren and Geoff Osborne have been selected as recipients of the Canada Clean50 awards. The Clean50 are selected from 16 diverse categories that transcend numerous industries, academia, different levels of government, thought leaders and advocates, and are based on accomplishments delivered over the prior two years. Annette Verschuren was named […]

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