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As experienced project developers and pioneers for green investments, are focus in Canada is on developing new wind and solar energy projects, across the country. By leasing land for solar and wind farms, we create sustainable energy projects and important partnerships with local authorities and landowners. In all our interactions, we say what we mean, and we mean what we say. We believe in being transparent and “doing good” for everyone.
We are experiencing renewed interest in clean energy technologies in all of the major markets in Canada and we are investing in new site origination in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario and Atlantic Canada. If you are a landowner looking for a new source of revenue for your property, please contact us, we would be happy to see if there is an opportunity to work together to develop a project on your land.
Only what is sustainable will last in the long term. We are convinced of this. Transforming our economy into a climate-neutral green economy requires investment and, above all, functioning networks and partnerships. It is always about holistic value creation for all project participants: for the country, the region, the municipality and its people and for our business partners. Reliability in cooperation is what counts for us. Our collaborative approach to developing projects involves building strong relationships with all stakeholders right from the start.
Canada has legislated its goal of climate neutrality by 2050, and in June 2021 set staggered targets for this. By 2030, greenhouse gas emissions are to be reduced by at least 40 to 45 percent compared to 2005. Important national measures include the phasing out of coal by 2030 and the development of renewable energy sources.
With only 18.9 percent of the electricity mix, Canada has a need for expansion, especially in wind and solar. The current government wants to expand wind and solar energy, as well as kinetic energy from the tidal range of the Bay of Fundy, to meet the growing demand for electricity. An investment program by the Canadian Department of Resources (NRCan) is supporting projects dedicated to this goal with CAD 750 million. If Canada is serious about pursuing its climate goals, there is no way around wind and solar energy as well as tidal power. The Canadian market for these technologies is expected to develop promisingly in the medium term.