Sustainable Power Facilities
for Western Canada
We own and operate 11 power plants at 5 sites located across British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan. Our facilities utilize modern technology to generate electricity from produced gas, heat, or other energy sources.
Typically based around closed-loop thermodynamic cycles, these heat recovery facilities provide an opportunity to harness thermal energy that is normally unutilized and convert it into useable power that can be exported back to the grid.
Produced Gas Re-inventedGAS
Typically, these facilities are developed by working in partnership with local oil companies focused on producing oil resources with an environmentally responsible approach. Our facilities use a variety of technologies including microturbines, large format turbines, and reciprocating engines to convert produced gas that was once flared, into generated power to be delivered back to the grid.
Battery Systems for STORAGE
Utility-scale battery systems support power grids and the rapid expansion of variable renewable energy sources which can negatively impact grid reliability. These battery systems offer storage opportunities with a low carbon footprint, modular expandability, and expedited deployable generation which are utilized to stabilize and support electricity grid operations.
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