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CanSIA Member Directory
ALBERTA QUALIFIED
PROVIDERS

Crescent Ridge Services
Tavistock, ON
(519) 655-6802
www.crescentridge.ca
Great Canadian Solar LTD.
Edmonton, Alberta
(780) 455-7277
greatcanadiansolar.com

BUILDER/DEVELOPER

Aéroports de Montréal / Airports
of Montreal
Dorval, QC
(514) 633-4623
Alderville Solar Limited
Partnership
Roseneath, ON
(905) 352-3187
www.alderville.ca
Amp
Port Credit, ON
(905) 271-7800
www.amp.energy
Amp is a global developer of flexible
clean energy infrastructure. We
build, own and operate clean energy
assets that allow us to provide
dispatchable, affordable and resilient
power, enhancing system reliability
and security for our customers and
the grid.
Aura Power Renewables Ltd.
Vancouver, BC
+44 (0) 117 214 1982
aurapower.ca
Aura Power Renewables is a
joint-venture between Aura Power,
a UK-based solar and storage
developer and ib Vogt, a Germanybased solar EPC and development
specialist. We have over 400MWp of
solar PV projects under development
in Alberta.
Bird Construction
Industrial Services Ltd.
Edmonton, AB
(780) 452-8770
www.bird.ca
As a leading general contractor in
Canada with offices coast to coast,
bird construction has been providing
construction services to a long
list of new and repeat clients for
decades. The company also provides
pre-construction services and has
acted as a key member on many
recent public-private partnership
projects. Reflecting its broad scope,
Bird's clients include leading firms in
the commercial, institutional, retail,
multi-tenant residential, industrial,
mining, water and wastewater,
energy and civil sectors. Bird
Construction was founded in 1920
and incorporated in 1930.
BluEarth Renewables
Calgary, AB
(403) 668-1575
www.bluearth.ca
We bring together extraordinary
people with the power to change the
future by delivering renewable energy
to the power grid every day. We are
a leading, Canadian-based power
producer that develops, builds, owns
and operates wind, hydro and solar
facilities across North America.
Boralex Inc.
Montreal, Quebec
(514) 284-9890
www.boralex.com
Boralex develops, builds and
operates renewable energy power
facilities in Canada, France, the
United Kingdom and the United
States. A leader in the Canadian
market and France's largest
independent producer of onshore
wind power, Boralex is recognized for
its solid experience developed over
the past 25 years.

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CanPower Renewables Corp.
Kingston, Ontario
(613) 888-0466
www.canpowerrenewables.com
CarbonFree Technology Inc.
Toronto, Ontario
(416) 975-8800
www.carbonfree.com
CarbonFree is a recognized leader
in the development and financing of
solar projects across North America
and internationally, with offices in
Toronto and Santiago, Chile. We have
successfully commissioned more
than 425 MW of solar projects and
have a further 200 MW currently in
development. CarbonFree has also
established several innovative solar
financing funds that are long-term
owners of many of our projects.
Connor, Clark & Lunn
Infrastructure
Toronto, ON
(416) 360-7382
www.ccigroup.com
CC&L Infrastructure invests in energy
infrastructure assets and companies
including power generation (e.g.
hydro, wind, solar), electricity
transmission, energy conservation,
district heating and cooling, natural
gas processing and transportation
and other similar assets. With energy
requirements continually growing
along with increasing demand for
renewable power, we view energy
infrastructure projects as attractive
investment opportunities.
DP Energy Canada Ltd.
Cork
+44 758-8698
www.dpenergy.com
East Port Properties Ltd.
Dartmouth, NS
(902) 468-8056
eastportproperties.ca
EDF Renewables
Toronto, Ontario
(416) 363-8380
www.edf-en.ca
EDF Renewables Canada Inc.
('EDF RC'), an EDF Renouvelables
company, is a Canadian market
leader in renewable electricity
generation with 1.9GW of renewable
energy projects in varying stages
of development, construction and
operation. Our entire Canadian
portfolio represents an investment of
more than $3.5 billion; over 3,000
construction jobs; and enough
electricity to power 425,000 homes.
ENGIE Canada Inc.
Markham, Ontario
(647) 530-6902
www.engie-na.com
ENGIE, a global energy leader with
a presence in over 70 countries, has
been active in Canada since 1998.
Engie is a North American expert in
clean energy generation, storage,
LNG, retail services and facilities
management. Engie serves private
businesses, universities, hospitals
and governments. In Canada, we
deliver over 800MW of renewable
generation.
Essex Energy Corp.
Oldcastle, Ontario
1 (888) 66-ESSEX
www.essexenergy.ca
Essex Energy Corporation is a highly
experienced energy technology
company focused on delivering
innovative solutions to power
generation, metering & settlement,
and community conservation/
demand management. More
specifically, Essex Energy develops
and maintains solar photovoltaic
(PV) facilities, performs a vast array
of energy consulting, and develops
energy and distribution related
software.

Gilchak Holdings
Ottawa, ON
(613) 232-1143
Land Development
Grasshopper Solar Corp.
Mississauga, Ontario
1 (866) 310-1575
www.grasshoppersolar.com
Grasshopper Solar is among the
most experienced rooftop and
ground-mount solar installation
companies in Ontario, and is the
recipient of the Canadian Solar
Industries Association's Solar
Innovator Award. In addition to
delivering turnkey power solutions
to homeowners, farmers, public
schools, institutions, municipalities
and large corporations, the company
owns and operates its own fleet of
solar electric systems. Grasshopper
Solar is the only company in Canada
with proprietary, state-of-the art
software that helps deliver superior
quality photovoltaic generation
systems designed to last a lifetime.
Greengate Power Corp.
Calgary, AB
(403) 930 1300
greengatepower.com
Greengate Power Corporation is a
leading renewable energy company
based in Calgary, Alberta. To
date, Greengate has successfully
developed 450 MW of operating
wind projects in Alberta. These
projects represent over 30% of the
wind energy generated in Alberta
and provide a clean source of
energy to approximately 200,000
homes. Greengate Power is currently
developing renewable energy
projects including utility scale solar
photovoltaic projects and wind
energy projects in Alberta.
innogy Renewables
Canada Inc.
Vancouver, BC
+49 201-121-4382
iam.innogry.com
innogy SE is the sole shareholder
of innogy International Participation
N.V., which owns 100% of the shares
of innogy Renewables Canada Inc.
(innogy RC). innogy SE is Germany's
leading energy company, with
revenue of around CAD 65 billion
(2016), more than 40,000 employees
and activities in 16 countries across
Europe.
Invenergy
Toronto, ON
(416) 901-9463
Invenergy drives innovation in
energy. Invenergy and its affiliated
companies develop, own, and
operate large-scale renewable and
other clean energy generation and
storage facilities in the Americas
and Europe. Invenergy's home
office is located in Chicago and it
has regional development offices in
the United States, Canada, Mexico,
Japan and Europe.
JAZZ Solar Solutions Inc.
Ottawa, ON
(613) 288-5299
www.jazzsolar.com
LH Solar Inc.
Markham, ON
(289) 859-5011
www.lhsolar.ca
Longspur Developments
Calgary, AB
(587) 575-6043
www.longspurdevelopments.com
Natural Energy Generation Ltd.
Medicine Hat, AB
(403) 826-2668
www.negl.ca

Natural Forces
Halifax, NS
(902) 422-9663
www.naturalforces.ca
North Shore Power Group Inc.
Blind River, ON
(705) 356-5300
www.northshorepowergroup.com
North Shore Power Group Inc.
("NSPG") is a 100% municipallyowned renewable energy power
company, headquartered in beautiful
Blind River, Ontario, on Lake Huron's
North Channel. Our operations
include power generation, power
equipment leasing and power
project operation and maintenance,
with power investments across
Ontario. Ours is a community that
has embraced Renewable Energy!
It is the power of community; it is
community power.
Northland Power
Toronto, Ontario
(416) 962-6262
www.northlandpower.ca
Northland Power is a power producer
dedicated to developing, building,
owning and operating clean and
green power infrastructure assets in
Canada, Europe and other selected
global jurisdictions. Our facilities
produce electricity from cleanburning natural gas and renewable
resources such as wind, solar and
biomass. We have a long track
record of 31 years in business.
One Wind Services Inc.
Darmouth, NS
(902) 482-8687
www.onewindinc.com
Panasonic Eco Solutions
Canada Inc.
Mississauga, ON
(905) 624-5010
www.panasonic.ca/english/solar
Panasonic Eco Solutions Canada
Inc. is the Canadian arm of a global
team within Panasonic Corporation.
Panasonic is a market leader in the
deployment of renewable energy
systems in Canada and our mission
is to develop new and innovative
solutions to address the needs of a
rapidly changing energy environment.
Our core customer advantage is to
provide reliable, full service, market
ready solutions enabling all the
required elements for renewable
solar and energy storage initiatives,
including financing and long term
system performance. Panasonic is a
highly recognized global brand with
considerable annual commitments
to R&D and is financially stable with
significant market capitalization.
With the strength of over 270,000
employees worldwide, the company
has a distinct ability to fulfill its long
term commitments thereby allowing
customers access to superior low
cost financing, long term assurance
and risk mitigation that facilitates
long term, return on investment
objectives.
Penn Energy Renewables, Ltd.
Bala Cynwyd, PA
(610) 668-0300
www.pennenergyrenewables.com
Perimeter Solar Inc.
Kincardine, ON
(519) 385-5500
www.perimetersolar.ca

Potentia Renewables Inc.
Toronto, Ontario
(416) 703-1911
www.potentiasolar.com
Potentia Solar is an Independent Power
Producer in Ontario generating electricity
through its own 100% solar-powered energy
systems. Leasing rooftops from commercial
property owners, we develop, own and
operate solar photovoltaic energy systems.
It's a risk-free, hassle-free and lucrative way
to harness an otherwise non-performing
asset while doing something meaningful for
the environment.
Prowind Inc.
Hamilton, ON
(905) 528-1747
www.prowind.com/us
Renewable Energy Systems (RES)
Canada Inc.
Montreal, Quebec
(514) 525-2113
www.res-americas.com
RES Canada, founded in 2003, is based in
Montreal, Quebec with a construction office
in Ontario. A wholly-owned subsidiary of RES
Ltd., RES Canada focuses on developing and
constructing wind, solar, transmission, and
energy storage projects. RES Canada offers
a full range of services including assistance
with renewable energy and energy storage
project development, resource measurement
and analysis, permitting, financial modeling,
technology selection, electrical design, civil
engineering, finance, EPC and BOP/BOS
construction, operations and maintenance.
Samsung Renewable Energy Inc.
Mississauga, Ontario
(905) 285-1938
www.samsungrenewableenergy.ca
Samsung Renewable Energy is creating
clean, renewable energy for generations to
come. Together with our partners, Samsung
is making a $5-billion investment in Ontario
to create the world's largest cluster of wind
and solar power. Our investments will create
900 direct renewable energy manufacturing
jobs and 9,000 high-skilled jobs in Ontario.
Built on Samsung C&T's commercial and
technical expertise and the success of
its renewable energy projects in several
countries - including the United States and
Europe - Samsung is creating real jobs,
through real investment, benefitting real
people. For more information, please visit
www.samsungrenewableenergy.ca.
Saturn Power Inc.
Baden, AB
(519) 804-9163
www.saturnpower.com
Saturn Power is a Canadian renewable energy
development company based in Baden,
Ontario. We specialize in utility scale Solar,
Wind, and Energy Storage, with a focus on
providing the lowest cost of power where we
do business. We strive to create a sustainable
future through the advancement of clean
energy.
Sol Power Projects Ltd.
Calgary, AB
(403) 809-7637
solpowerprojects.com
Solar Kapuskasing Solaire Inc.
Kapuskasing, ON
(705) 337-4253
www.kapuskasing.ca
Solar Power Network
Toronto, Ontario
1 (888) 737-0408
www.solarpowernetwork.ca
Solar Power Network can design, build
and operate commercial industrial solar
installations on rooftops, carports, green
space. We operate in Canada, Australia,
Japan, United States.
Solera Sustainable Energies
Company Ltd.
Toronto, ON
(905) 421-0430
www.soleraenergies.com


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Canada's Go Solar Guide and Directory - 2020

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Canada's Go Solar Guide and Directory - 2020

2020 Industry Leaders
Go Solar Guide
About Cansia
Introduction
How Does Solar Work?
Solar Photovoltaics
Solar Thermal
Solar Plus Storage
Determining Your Solar Potential
Net Metering
Investing in Sunshine
Lease to Own
Power Purchase Agreements
Community Generation
Pricing It Out
Choosing a Contractor
What if Something Goes Wrong?
Final Checklist and Questions to Ask
Glossary of Terms
Disclaimer
Cansia Member Directory
Index to Advertisers
Canada's Go Solar Guide and Directory - 2020 - Intro
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Canada's Go Solar Guide and Directory - 2020 - 2020 Industry Leaders
Canada's Go Solar Guide and Directory - 2020 - Introduction
Canada's Go Solar Guide and Directory - 2020 - Determining Your Solar Potential
Canada's Go Solar Guide and Directory - 2020 - Pricing It Out
Canada's Go Solar Guide and Directory - 2020 - Glossary of Terms
Canada's Go Solar Guide and Directory - 2020 - Disclaimer
Canada's Go Solar Guide and Directory - 2020 - Cansia Member Directory
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