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The Power of Water Renewable Energy
www.owa.ca
The Power of Water
Renewable Energy
Ontario’s rivers are a precious and shared resource.
They provide social, economic and environmental
benefits to people and communities across the province.
They contribute to our quality of life. Many working
rivers produce clean, renewable electricity — and
there is great potential to produce more. Waterpower
will continue to play a critical role in Ontario’s energy
system mix as the province increases its renewable
energy supply.
Realize the power of water.
Renewable, Reliable, Responsive
about us
our mission
contact us
Since 2001 the Ontario Waterpower Association
has been representing the common and collective
interests of the waterpower industry. To date our
membership has grown to over 150 organizations.
Our membership includes generators, developers,
engineering firms, equipment suppliers,
environmental consultants, construction, legal,
project financing and insurance firms, Aboriginal
communities and other organizations, all sharing
the common interest of advancing waterpower in
Ontario. Our members look to us to provide an
effective forum for coordinating, promoting and
identifying the common interests of the waterpower
industry in Ontario.
We will:
• preserve and grow value for our membership
• facilitate the responsible growth and enhance the
competitiveness of the industry
• coordinate and promote the common interests
of the membership
• promote the achievement of sustainable
development
• build strategic relationships with:
•Government
• Aboriginal organizations
• Industry, resource management associations, and the environmental community
• be recognized as the primary source for quality
information about waterpower.
Ontario Waterpower Association
380 Armour Road, #264, Peterborough, ON K9H 7L7
telephone: (866) 743-1500
fax: (705) 743-1570
www.owa.ca
[email protected]
Table of Contents
Page
6
OWA Board of Directors
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A Message from the Chair
9
Generator
59
Construction and Equipment
75
Engineering
97
Environmental
109
Financing and Insurance
115
Legal
125
Project Management
135
Aboriginal Relationships
145
Emergent Technologies
151
Individuals
153
Other Organizations & Associations
165
Key Contacts
171
Index
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OWA Board of Directors
Valerie Helbronner, OWA Chair
Mike Fox, OWA Director
Partner, Torys LLP
President, Fox High Impact
Tel: (416) 865-7516
Consulting
[email protected]
Tel: (807) 577-6440
[email protected]
Ian R. Kerr, OWA Vice Chair
Chief Operating Officer
Mario Mazza, OWA Director
(Canada)
Director, Business Services
Brookfield Renewable Power
and Water Resources
Tel: (819) 561-2722 x6899
Ontario Power Generation
[email protected]
Tel: (416) 592-3206
[email protected]
Marc Mantha, OWA Vice Chair
Vice President Operations
Frank Perri, OWA Director
H2O Power LP
General Manager
Tel: (905) 438-8539 x203
St. Catharines Hydro
[email protected]
Tel: (905) 323-3452
[email protected]
Bob Allen, OWA Treasurer
President, Shaman Power Corporation
Paul Young, OWA Director
Tel: (416) 482-5342
Director of Operations
[email protected]
and Engineering
Gemini Power Corp
David J. Boileau, OWA Secretary
Tel: (416) 640-0502
President, Windeau Investments Inc
[email protected]
Tel: (807) 346-5740
[email protected]
Paul Norris, OWA Association
President
Tel: (705) 743-1500
[email protected]
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On behalf of the Ontario Waterpower Association (OWA) Board of Directors,
welcome to the Association’s 2013 Membership Directory.
By all accounts, 2013 is expected to be an important year for our
industry and Association. With new leadership at the provincial level,
the implementation of key budget measures at the federal level and
questions remaining regarding our electricity choices moving forward, we
must continue to anticipate and inform change. It is particularly timely,
therefore, that our revised Strategic Plan - Powerful Potential - charts a
course for the next three to five years. In 2013 we will lay the groundwork
for the realization of our core objective of 12,000 MW of Made in Ontario
Waterpower by 2017.
Key to realizing our potential is the ongoing demonstration of our value
proposition to you:
A Message from the Chair
Dear waterpower advocates,
Our membership: who want effective leadership advocating on
behalf of Ontario’s waterpower sector;
We provide: strong and constructive relationships with governments,
Aboriginal organizations, environmental interests and the broader
energy industry;
That feature: collaborative and results-oriented approaches
to informing and advancing public policy affecting waterpower;
Different from: other advocacy organizations that serve a wider
geographic and/or technological spectrum of interests;
The OWA: is specifically focused on establishing the “winning
conditions” for waterpower in Ontario;
As supported by: reasoned and rational responses to and leadership
of legislative, regulatory and policy initiatives;
And sustained by: competent and committed staff, an engaged
and active Board of Directors and the expertise and experience
of the members.
Thanks to all members for your ongoing support and commitment to the
Association. I look forward to continuing to work together in the year ahead.
Sincerely,
Valerie Helbronner, Chair
Ontario Waterpower Association
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OWA Membership Growth Chart
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Growth
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Founding
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1149377 Ontario Limited
Contact
Andrew Gucciardi, President
Generator
Company
[email protected]
411 Chrislea Road
Woodbridge, ON L4L 8N4
Telephone
(416) 745-4444
Fax
(905) 264-6444
Service
Generator
“The historic importance and future potential of
hydroelectric power can be attributed to its low
production costs, reliability and flexibility to meet both
ongoing base electricity needs and peak demands.”
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Generator
Company
Contact
635294 Ontario Inc.
Janet Moffat, Acting President
[email protected]
P.O. Box 10, Ramore, Ontario P0K 1R0
Telephone
(705) 236-4080
Fax
(705) 236-4181
Service
Generator
Ontario’s waterpower industry contributes more
than $150 million a year in resource royalties to
the Ontario government. Waterpower is often the
largest single source of natural resource-based
revenue for the province of Ontario; contributing
directly to Ontario’s health care system, public
education, and other government programs and
services.
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Contact
Generator
Company
Algonquin Power
Sean Fairfield
Senior Manager - Project Planning
[email protected]
2845 Bristol Circle
Oakville, Ontario L6H 7H7
Telephone
Website
Service
Description
(905) 465-4500
www.algonquinpower.com
Generator
Algonquin Power is an innovative, respected and
socially responsible participant in the renewable
energy and sustainable infrastructure sectors,
enhancing investor value through stable,
sustainable cash distributions generated by sound
operational and management practices and the
aggressive pursuit of appropriate, accretive growth
opportunities.
Algonquin Power generates revenue from four
different business segments demonstrating a
commitment to a diversified approach to renewable
energy and sustainable infrastructure.
Hydroelectric Overview
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41 hydroelectric generating facilities
•
141 megawatts installed capacity
•
Average PPA life of 16 years
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Represents 31% of the Fund’s operating profit
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Generator
Company
Contact
AXOR Group Inc.
Simon Gourdeau
Telephone
(514) 846-4000
Fax
(514) 846-4005
Website
Service
www.axor.com
Generator, Owner-operator, Designer-builder,
Builder and consultant
Description
AXOR designs, builds, owns and operates
different hydroelectric facilities as well as wind
farms across Canada.
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Contact
Generator
Company
Bracebridge Generation Ltd.
Chris Litschko, President
[email protected]
200-395 Centre Street North
Huntsville, Ontario P1H 2M2
Telephone
(705) 789-5442
Fax
(705) 789-3110
Website
Service
Description
www.bracebridgegeneration.com
Generator
On October 5, 1894, the Bracebridge Village
Council purchased a water power generating
plant to supply electricity to the community
and in so doing made Bracebridge the pioneer
in municipal hydro-electric generation in Ontario.
The generator was 84 KW and was housed in
the building which still stands at Bird’s Bridge.
For decades the company operated 2 MWs of
waterpower generation from 3 sites located on the
south branch of the Muskoka River which included:
Bracebridge Falls, Wilson's Falls and High Falls.
Recent investments include:
2005 -Purchase of Burk's Falls Waterpower Corporation
2006 -Operation of newly constructed High Falls plant
2012 -Purchase of Bancroft Generation Station
-Commenced operation of $22M upgrades
to Bracebridge Falls and Wilson's Falls plants
The company currently owns waterpower generating
assets of 10MWs.
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Generator
Company
Contact
Brookfield Renewable Power
Ian Kerr, Chief Operating Officer (Canada)
[email protected]
480 Boulevard de la Cité
Gatineau, Quebec J8T 8R3
Telephone
(819) 561-2722
Fax
(819) 561-7188
Service
Description
www.brookfieldpower.com
Generator
Brookfield Renewable Power Inc., wholly-owned
by Brookfield Asset Management Inc., has more
than 100 years of experience as an owner,
operator and developer of hydroelectric power
facilities. Its total portfolio in North America
and Brazil includes more than 165 generating
facilities with over 4,200 megawatts of capacity,
and is the largest private sector producer of
electricity in Ontario and Quebec. The company
is focused on safeguarding the public, protecting
the environment and preserving its renewable
assets for the long term.
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Canadian Hydro Developers/TransAlta
Corporation
Contact
Lora Brenan, Director, Hydro Operations
Generator
Company
[email protected]
110 12th Avenue SW
P.O. Box 1900 Stn. M
Calgary, Alberta T2P 2M1
Telephone
Website
Service
Description
(403) 267-7633
www.transalta.com
Generation owner/operator
TransAlta is a power generation and wholesale
marketing company. TransAlta maintains a low
to modrate risk profile by operating a highly
contracted portfolio of assets in Canada, the
United States, and Australia. TransAlta’s focus
is to efficiently operate its diversified fleet of
facilities in order to provide its customers with a
reliable, low-cost source of power. For nearly 100
years, TransAlta has been a responsible operator
and a proud contributor to the communities
where it works and lives. TransAlta is recognized
for its leadership on sustainability by the Dow
Jones Sustainability North America Index, the
FTSE4 Good Index and the Jantzi Social Index.
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Generator
Company
Contact
Capstone Infrastructure Corporation
Rob Roberti, Senior Vice President,
Power Generation
[email protected]
155 Wellington Street West
Toronto, Ontario M5V 3H1
Telephone
(416) 649-1320
Fax
(416) 649-1335
Website
Service
Description
www.capstoneinfrastructure.com
Project Management
Capstone Infrastructure Corporation’s mission
is to build and responsibly manage a high
quality portfolio of infrastructure businesses in
Canada and internationally in order to deliver a
superior total return to shareholders by providing
reliable income and capital appreciation. The
Corporation's portfolio currently includes
investments in gas cogeneration, wind, hydro,
biomass and solar power generating facilities,
representing approximately 370 MW of installed
capacity, a 33.3% interest in a district heating
business in Sweden, and a 50% interest in a
regulated water utility in the United Kingdom.
Niagara Falls comprises almost a quarter
of the installed waterpower capacity in Ontario.
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Generator
Company
Casselman Generating Station Guy Laplante, President
[email protected]
678 Principle 3
Casselman, Ontario K0A 1M0
Telephone
Fax
Service
(613) 764-3090
(613) 764-0687
Generator Description
Casselman Generating Station’s Dr. Laplante
was a pioneer among hydro entrepreneurs;
the first to build a plant feeding all its power to
the public grid. The new Casselman Generating
Station on the South Nation River was almost
invisible, concealed within the empty shell of an
old waterworks and has been a financial success,
producing two million kilowatt hours over the
course of a year. Today Dr. Laplante and his team
have been instrumental in reviving two other
plants in the last ten years: one at Elliot Falls on
the Gull River and another on the Blanche River
in Gatineau.
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Generator
Company
Contact
Current River Hydro Partnership
Robert Whiteside
[email protected]
203 County Blvd.
Thunder Bay, Ontario P7A 7P3
Telephone
Service
Description
(807) 767-2352
Generator
Robert Whiteside manages Current River Hydro
Partnership. He developed the small hydro site
on the Current River in 1986. The generator
is a 500 KW Flyght turbine. The project is a
partnership between two companies, one of
which is owned by Robert and the other by the
family trust.
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Contact
Generator
Company
Elliott Falls Power Corporation
Kearon Bennett, President
[email protected]
2747 Priscilla Street
Ottawa, Ontario K2B 7E1
Telephone
Fax
(613) 820-8234
(613) 820-5571
Service
Description
Generator
Elliott Falls Power Corporation is the owner
and operator of the 700 KW Elliott Falls small
hydro generating station located on the Gull
River near Norland, Ontario. The station, which
delivers power to the Ontario electricity grid,
has been in operation since early 1990.
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Generator
Company
Contact
Enerdu Power Systems Ltd.
Ronald Campbell
[email protected]
9094 Cavanagh Road
Ashton, ON K0A 1B0
Telephone
Service
(613) 257-2918
Generator
The economic advantage of hydroelectric power
compared to wind is even greater because of the
higher capacity value. Hydroelectric resources make
a much larger contribution to meeting annual peak
in system demand, thereby substantively avoiding
the need (and costs) for other resources that would
be needed to meet system adequacy requirements.
- OPA, 2006
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Contact
Generator
Company
Energy Ottawa Inc.
Franz Kropp M.Eng. P.Eng.
Director of Generation
[email protected]
3025 Albion Road North
P.O. Box 8700
Ottawa, Ontario K1G 3S4
Telephone
Website
Service
(613) 738-5499 ext 7498
www.hydroottawa.com
Generator
Description
Wholly owned subsidiary of Hydro Ottawa
Holding Inc., Energy Ottawa is an owner/operator
of hydroelectric and landfill gas generators in
Ottawa. Its growth strategy is to actively pursue
hydroelectric and other renewable electricity
generation development opportunities both
within and outside Ontario.
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Generator
Company
Contact
Fortis Properties Corporation
Mike Leclair, P.Eng., Manager, Generation
[email protected]
RR1, S2, C1, 3100 Station Road
South Slocan, British Columbia V0G 2G0
Telephone
Website
Service
Description
(250) 359-0373
www.fortisproperties.com
Generator
Headquartered in St. John’s, Newfoundland
and Labrador, Fortis Properties Corporation
is an innovative growth company with core
business focused on hotels, real estate and
non-regulated electricity generation. Fortis
Properties is 100% Canadian-owned and a
proud member of the Fortis Inc. group of
companies. Fortis Inc. is a diversified holding
company with investments in eight electric
distribution utilities: Newfoundland Power,
Maritime Electric, FortisOntario, FortisAlberta,
FortisBC, Belize Electricity, Fortis Turks
& Caicos and Caribbean Utilities; and one
gas distribution company, Terasen.
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Contact
Gemini Power
Alastair Wilson, Senior Technical Advisor
[email protected]
Generator
Company
4 King Street West, Suite 1230
Toronto, Ontario M5H 1B6
Telephone
Fax
Service
Description
(416) 640-0503
(416) 640-0680
Generator
Gemini Power is a privately owned electrical
energy and other renewable resources
generating company. The goals of Gemini
Power Corporation are to develop and
operate a portfolio of sustainable energy
generation facilities. Portfolio development
strategies include green field construction,
partnerships and purchase acquisitions of
hydro, wind, solar, biomass, peat and other
renewable sources or generation.
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Generator
Company
Goldcorp Inc.
Contact
Patrick Boileau
[email protected]
414 Frankwood Avenue
Thunder Bay, ON P7B 4R2
Telephone
(807) 627-7420
Fax
(807) 627-7420
Service
Description
Developer
Goldcorp is North America’s fastest growing senior
gold producer with low-cost operations. Our
mandate is to deliver sustainable prosperity for our
shareholders, our employees, our business partners
and the communities in which we operate.
Goldcorp employs more than 2,000 people at active
Ontario mining operations at Red Lake, Musselwhite
and Porcupine. In 2009, Goldcorp’s Ontario mines
produced 1,174,000 ounces of gold.
Goldcorp (Ontario) is a major industrial power
consumer with a current demand of over 75 MW.
This load is expected to grow to as much as 125 MW
over the next decade primarily due to expansion of
mining operations at Red Lake and Musselwhite Mine.
In NW Ontario, Goldcorp also owns and operates a
185 km, high voltage private transmission line that
services the Musselwhite Mine.
The public grid in NW Ontario urgently requires
reinforcement to ensure adequate and reliable
power to meet the growing needs of First Nations,
industry and communities. While Goldcorp’s core
business is mining, the company is interested in
better understanding the potential contribution
of waterpower development to improving and
expanding the regional grid.
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Contact
Grand River Conservation Authority
Dwight Boyd, P.Eng.
Director of Engineering
Generator
Company
[email protected]
400 Clyde Road, P.O. Box 729
Cambridge, Ontario N1R 5W6
Telephone
Fax
Website
Service
Description
(519) 621-2763 ext 2225
(519) 621-4844
www.grandriver.ca
Generator
The Grand River Conservation Authority (GRCA)
manages water and other natural resources
on behalf of 38 municipalities and close to one
million residents. GRCA has two hydroelectric
dams. The Conestogo Dam which creates
Conestogo Lake was built in 1958 on the
Conestogo River, a major tributary of the Grand
River. Hydro production was initiated in 1991,
with the plant being rebuilt in 2006. Installed
capacity is 550 KW. The Shand Dam, which
creates Lake Belwood, was the first multipurpose dam build in Canada. Hydro production
was initiated in 1987, with the plant being
rebuilt in 2009. Installed capacity is 600 KW.
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Generator
Company
Contact
Gravel Power Corp.
Pierre Gravel, President
[email protected]
23 River Drive
Blind River, Ontario
P0R 1B0
Telephone
(705) 356-1403
Fax
(705) 356-4417
Service
Generator
Currently, waterpower displaces the consumption
of 4.4 million barrels of oil equivalent each day.
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Contact
Generator
Company
H2O Power LP
Marc Mantha, P. Eng.
Vice President, Operations
[email protected]
560 King Street West
Oshawa, Ontario L1J 7J1
Telephone
(905) 438-8539
Fax
(905) 438-8226
Website
Service
Description
www.h2opower.ca
Generator
H2O Power LP owns and operates 8 hydroelectric
facilities and 2 control structures on 4 different
river systems with a total installed capacity of
137 MW, all from a state of the technology control
centre in Oshawa. Their largest facility, Island
Falls on the Abitibi River, has a total capacity
of 40 MW.
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Generator
Company
Contact
Horizon Hydro Inc.
Anthony Zwig, Principal
[email protected]
Telephone
Address
(416) 864-9977 ext 8252
801-2300 Yonge Street, Box 2300
Toronto, Ontario M4P 1E4
Service
Description
Waterpower Developer
Horizon Hydro is a developer of small waterpower
projects, with two plants under development. Both
will come online in 2012: Bala (Swift River Energy)
5 MW and Trout Lake River 4.5 MW.
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Contact
Hydro One Remote Communities Inc.
Ralph Falcioni, Superintendent Design,
Construction and Asset Management
Generator
Company
[email protected]
680 Beaverhall Place
Thunder Bay, Ontario P7E 6G9
Telephone
(807) 474-2834
Fax
(807) 624-7023
Website
Service
www.hydroone.com
Generator
Description
Hydro One Remote Communities Inc., a
subsidiary of Hydro One Inc., is an integrated
utility that generates and distributes electricity
to off-grid communities in Northern Ontario.
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Generator
Company
Contact
Hydromega Services Inc.
Jacques Boily, Director, Business Development
[email protected] or
[email protected]
1134 Ste-Catherine W., 12th Floor
Montreal, Quebec H3B 1H4
Telephone
(514) 392-9266
Fax
(514) 392-1466
Website
Service
Description
www.hydromega.com
Generator
Hydromega, a Quebec-based company, was
established in 1988 with a mission to conceive,
build, finance and operate independent
hydroelectric facilities and a view to selling
the energy produced into the Hydro-Quebec
grid. The expertise developed by Hydromega
places the company in an enviable position
within the independent hydroelectric power
producers’ market. Total production capacity
of developed and under-development projects
so far exceeds 120,000 KW, both in Quebec
and Ontario. Hydromega is planning to
undertake the development of several new
projects, allowing the company to considerably
increase its capacity over the next few years.
Hydromega has also undertaken approximately
20 preliminary hydroelectric project feasibility
studies in Canada and abroad.
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Innergex Renewable Energy (IRE)
Francois Hebert, Senior Vice President
Operations and Maintenance
Generator
Company
[email protected]
1111 Saint-Charles Street West
East Tower, Suite 1255
Longueuil, Quebec J4K 5G4
Telephone
Fax
Website
Service
(450) 928-2550
(450) 928-2544
www.innergex.com
Generator
Description
Innergex is a leading Canadian independent
renewable power producer. Active since 1990,
the Company develops, owns and operates
run-of-river hydroelectric facilities, wind farms and
solar photovoltaic parks. The Company's portfolio of
assets consists of 28 operating facilities with a total
net installed capacity of 577 MW, 8 projects under
development with a total net installed capacity of
188 MW and for which power purchase agreements
have been secured, and several prospective projects.
Respect for community expectations has been
integrated in the development and operation of each
site, with special emphasis on local partnerships.
Innergex has two offices in Longueuil, Quebec,
and Vancouver, British Columbia, and employs more
than 120 people. Its shares are listed on the Toronto
Stock Exchange under the symbol “INE”.
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Generator
Company
Contact
Jancal Power Ltd.
Janice Radtke, President
[email protected]
923 Stonebrook Road
Cambridge, Ontario N1T 1H4
Telephone
(519) 740-1290
Fax
(519) 213-0092
Service
Description
Generator
Jancal Power Ltd. owns and operates a micro
hydroelectric facility on the Rocky Saugeen
River near Durham, Ontario. There has been
a dam at this location since the latter part of
the 19th century.
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Generator
Company
Joyrun Farms Inc.
John and Irma DeVries
President and Treasurer
[email protected] 5237 Line 13, Minto Township
R.R.#4 Harriston, Ontario N0G 1Z0
Telephone
Fax
Service
Description
(519) 338-3920
(519) 338-3339
Generator
Joyrun Farms operates a waterpower generating
station located in Pinkerton, Ontario.
The average energy payback ratio (energy
required vs. energy produced) is by far the
highest among all sources.
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Generator
Company
Contact
Kagawong Power Incorporated
Emile Masbou, Manager
[email protected]
390 Rideau Street, Box 20338
Ottawa, Ontario K1N 1A3
Telephone
Website
Service
(613) 447-1205
www.kagawongpower.ca
Generator
Waterpower’s flexibility and storage makes it the
best source to support the deployment of wind or
solar energy. Source: CHA
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Kapuskasing Economic Development
Corporation
Contact
Mayor Alan Spacek
Generator
Company
[email protected]
88 Riverside Dr.
Kapuskasing, Ontario P5N 1B3
Telephone
(705) 337-4452
Fax
(705) 337-1741
Website
Service
Description
www.kapuskasing.ca
Economic Development
The Kapuskasing EDC is a catalyst for local
economic development by providing strategic
planning exercises and pursuing innovative
projects. Kapuskasing possesses one of the most
diversified economies in Northern Ontario and is
the service centre for some of Ontario’s largest
hydroelectric generation investment projects.
Strategically situated in the middle of Northern
Ontario, Kapuskasing has benefited by being
located directly on the Trans-Canada highway
with rail access to the east, west, and south
to the U.S., and daily scheduled air services.
Kapuskasing is a place where local companies
are expanding while new industries continue
to choose to invest.
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Generator
Company
Contact
Lizard Creek Power Inc.
Rick Roberts, President
[email protected]
10 Kilborn Way
Elliot Lake, Ontario P5A 2T1
Telephone
(705) 848-0208
Fax
(705) 848-9022
Website
Service
www.lizardcreekpower.com
1. Electricity Producers
2. Small Hydro Developers
Description
Small Hydro Development, Site Procurement
Design/Build Turn Key
Over 5% of Ontario’s waterpower facilities have
been in operation for more than 100 years.
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Contact
Generator
Company
Long Slide Power
Art Vanderlaan, President
[email protected]
[email protected]
P.O. Box 205
Port Colborne, Ontario L3K 5V8
Telephone
Contact
(905) 834-1083
Kim Ferron, Plant Operator
2923 Highway #630
Township of Lauder
Mattawa, Ontario P0H 1V0
Telephone
Service
Description
(705) 744-0058
Generator
Run-of-the-river generating station, capacity
less than one MW.
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Generator
Company
Contact
Mississippi River Power Corp.
Scott Newton, General Manager
[email protected]
P.O. Box 179, 28 Mill Street
Almonte, Ontario K0A 1A0
Telephone
(613) 256-2403
Fax
(613) 256-9593
Website
Service
Description
www.mississippiriverpower.com
Generator
Mississippi River Power Corp. (MRPC) owns
and operates a 4.6 MW hydroelectric station
in Almonte, Ontario. The station is a run-of-river
facility, operating on 53 feet of head on the
Mississippi River. MRPC is committed to
generating clean, reliable power, while continually
improving efficiency, providing a reasonable
return to the Shareholder and remaining a good
corporate citizen.
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Generator
Company
Multistream Power
Janusz Rydel
[email protected]
26 O’Hara Dr.
Ottawa, Ontario K2W 1A2
Telephone
(613) 839-3392
Fax
(613) 839-3392
A typical waterpower generating facility has a
long life cycle of between 75 and 100 years.
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Generator
Company
Contact
Northland Power Inc.
Tim Richardson
Manager Waterpower Development
[email protected]
30 St. Clair Ave. W., 17th floor
Toronto, Ontario M4V 3A1
Telephone
Fax
Website
Service
(416) 962-6262 ext 136
(416) 962-6266
www.northlandpower.ca
Generator, Project Management
Description
Northland Power Inc. is an industry-leading
independent power producer. Their success
and continuing growth focus on harnessing the
energy of Joint-Venture Partners and using their
financing capabilities, engineering resources
and operating expertise to their fullest in
the design and development of new projects
with entrepreneurial partners. As a dynamic,
growth orientated private developer, Northland
Power builds partnerships with selected clients
worldwide to meet their growing needs or to
improve their existing energy efficiency and
cost competitiveness in an environmentally
responsible manner.
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Ontario Power Generation
Mario Mazza, Director,
Vice President, Strategy & Business Support
Generator
Company
HydroThermal Operations
[email protected]
800 Kipling Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M8Z 5S4
Telephone
(416) 231-4111 ext 4102
Cell
(416) 805-0491
Fax
(416) 207-3031
Contact
Carlton D. Mathias, Senior Counsel
[email protected]
700 University Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M5G 1X6
Telephone
(416) 592-4964
Fax
(416) 592-1466
Website
Service
www.opg.com
Generator
Description
Ontario Power Generation Inc. (OPG) is an
Ontario-based electricity generating company,
whose principal business is the generation and
sale of electricity in Ontario. OPG’s focus is on the
efficient production and sale of electricity from
their generation assets, while operating in a safe,
open and environmentally responsible manner.
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Generator
Company
Contact
Orillia Power Corporation
Keith McAllister, P.Eng.
President and Chief Executive Officer
[email protected]
360 West Street South, P.O. Box 398
Orillia, Ontario L3V 6J9
Telephone
Fax
Website
(705) 326-2495 ext 225
(705) 326-0800 www.orilliapower.ca
Service
Description
Generator
The Orillia Power Corporation generates
environmentally-friendly electricity at their
waterpower plants, distributes reliable
cost-competitive electricity to their
customers, contributes to and is accountable
to their community and provides a safe work
environment for their employees allowing for
their professional development and well being.
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Parry Sound Powergen Corporation
Calvin Epps, President
[email protected]
Generator
Company
125 William Street
Parry Sound, Ontario P2A 1V9
Telephone
Fax
Website
Service
(705) 746-5866
(705) 746-7789
www.pspower.ca
Generator
Ontario waterpower producers invest $250 million
annually in operating and maintenance costs and –
in the past decade alone – have made additional
capital investments of $400 million to bring new
waterpower online. Today, Ontario’s waterpower
producers directly employ more than 1,600 people
and support an additional 2,000 jobs.
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Generator
Company
Contact
Peterborough Utilities Inc.
John Stephenson, President & CEO
[email protected]
1867 Ashburnham Drive
P.O. Box 4125, Station Main
Peterborough, Ontario K9J 6Z5
John Wynsma, P.Eng.
Vice President, Generation and Retail
[email protected]
Telephone
Fax
Website
Service
(705) 748-9301
(705) 748-4358
www.pui.ca
Generator
Description
Peterborough Utilities Inc. owns and operates
hydroelectric facilities in Southern Ontario.
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Company
Power Limited Partnership
Contact
Andrew Gucciardi, President
[email protected]
411 Chrislea Road
Woodbridge, ON L4L 8N4
Telephone
(416) 745-4444
Fax
(905) 264-6444
Service
Generator
An inventory of waterpower potential in Ontario
identified 2,000 sites with basic hydraulic
conditions (regularly flowing water and change
in elevation) to produce waterpower energy.
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Generator
Company
Contact
Quinte Conservation Authority
Bryon Keene, P.Eng.
[email protected]
2061 Old Highway 2
RR #2 Belleville, Ontario K8N 4Z2
Telephone
Website
Description
(613) 968-3434
www.quinteconservation.ca
Quinte Conservation, one of Ontario’s 36
conservation authorities, is a community based
environmental protection agency. Located in
eastern Ontario, Quinte Conservation provides
cost-effective environmental expertise and
leadership that develops and delivers programs
to ensure the healthy coexistence between the
community, its environment and its economy.
Their 6,200 square kilometre area, that includes
the drainage basins of the Moira, Napanee and
Salmon Rivers and all of Prince Edward County,
is home to over 110,000 people living in 18
municipalities. Quinte Conservation owns over
30,000 acres of land ranging from small parcels
at some of our 39 water control structures, to
large tracts of over 1,000 acres, many with
significant natural features. Their success is
based on: local initiative, watershed jurisdiction
and partnerships in resource management.
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Generator
Company
Regional Power Inc.
Colin Coolican, President
[email protected]
6755 Mississauga Rd., Suite 308
Mississauga, Ontario L5N 7Y2
Telephone
(905) 363-4200
Fax
(905) 363-4202
Website
Service
www.regionalpower.com
Generator
Description
Regional Power Inc. is in the business of
developing, building, refurbishing and operating
hydroelectric power plants. Currently, Regional
(a) operates six plants with a total generating
capacity of 36 MW; (b) is constructing two plants
with a total generating capacity of 20 MW; (c)
is developing three plants each of which has
a power purchase agreement, all of which are
expected to be in construction in 2011 and total
50 MW of generating capacity; (d) is developing
two plants which are at the advanced stage of
development and will have a total generating
capacity of 175 MW; and (e) is developing a
further 5 plants which are at various stages of
the development process and will have a total
generating capacity of 108 MW.
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Generator
Company
Contact
Renfrew Power Generation Inc.
Peter Boldt, Operations Manager
[email protected]
32 Bridge Avenue West
Renfrew, Ontario K7V 3R2
Telephone
(613) 433-3715
Fax
(613) 432-9219
Website
www.renfrewpg.ca
Service
Description
Generator
Renfrew Power Generation Inc. is responsible
for harnessing the power of the Bonnechere River
to generate electricity.
Waterpower accounts for more than 80% of the
electricity generation in the North.
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Serpent River Power Corporation
Charles Burns
[email protected]
Generator
Company
334 Rutherford Road South, Unit 2
Brampton, Ontario L6W 3P5
Telephone
Fax
(905) 457-9220
(905) 457-0506
Service
Description
Generator
The plant is located on the Saugeen River
between the towns of Hanover and Walkerton.
Hydro currently makes up the vast bulk — about
90 per cent — of Ontario’s total renewable energy
supply, representing 8,127 MW of capacity. It is
a reliable source of electricity that can continue
to provide clean energy for generations to come.
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Generator
Company
Contact
Shaman Power Corporation
Robert R. Allen, President
[email protected]
1717 Avenue Road, Suite 323
Toronto, Ontario M5M 0A2
Telephone
(416) 482-5342
Fax
(416) 482-5342
Website
Service
www.shamanpower.com
Generator
Description
Shaman Power is a private electric power
company engaged in the development and
operation of hydro-electric plants.
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South River Power Generation Corporation
Sherri Hawthorne, Treasurer
[email protected]
Generator
Company
63 Marie Street
South River, Ontario P0A 1X0
Susan Arnold, Clerk-Administrator
[email protected]
Telephone
(705) 386-2573
Fax
(705) 386-0702
Website
Service
Description
www.southriverontario.com
Generator
South River Power Generation Corporation
(SRPGC) owns and operates an 800 KW
waterpower facility, which was commissioned in
the summer of 2010. SRPGC is wholly-owned
by the Village of South River, a municipality in
Central Ontario located on Highway 11 between
Huntsville and North Bay. The new facility was
built on a historically significant site, where
a generating station operated from the early
1900s, supplying electricity to the community
prior to its connection to the provincial grid in
the 1960s. The new facility operates under a
RESOP contract. The decade-long development
process was spearheaded by the municipal
council, and is an excellent example of
successful collaboration between a community,
individual citizens, and various agencies of the
Province of Ontario.
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Generator
Company
Contact
St. Catharines Hydro Generation Inc.
Frank Perri, P.Eng., General Manager
[email protected]
340 Vansickle Road, P.O. Box 4083
St. Catharines, Ontario L2R 7S3
Telephone
Website
(905) 323-3452
www.schydro.com
www.shicklunahydro.com
Service
Description
Generator
St. Catharines Hydro Generation Inc., (SCHGI),
owns and operates Heywood Generating Station,
Port Dalhousie, and is an equal partner in
Glenridge Gas Utilization Inc. (GGUI), which
operates a landfill gas operation in Niagara
Falls. SCHGI is also in the process of developing
Shickluna GS, a 4MW hydroelectric run of river
facility on Twelve Mile Creek, St. Catharines,
pending approval of a Feed-In-Tariff contract
with Ontario Power Authority (OPA).
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Corporation
Contact
Scott Frick, Manager, Water and Power
Generator
Company
[email protected]
508 Glendale Avenue, P.O. 370
St. Catharines, Ontario L2R 6V8
Telephone
(905) 641-1932 ext 5253
(905) 641-3430
Service
Generator
“The economic advantage of hydroelectric power
compared to wind is great because of the higher
capacity value. Hydroelectric resources make a much
larger contribution to meeting annual peak in system
demand, thereby substantively avoiding the need
(and costs) for other for other resources that would
be needed to meet system adequacy requirements.”
Source: IPSP Chapter 4 – Supply Resources
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Generator
Company
Contact
Timber Run Hydropower Corporation
Graham Vickery
[email protected]
P.O. Box 3
33 Hurontario St.
Collingwood, Ontario L9Y 2L7
Telephone
(519) 832-8344
Service
Description
Generator
Timber Run Hydropower Corporation is a
private company based out of Collingwood,
Ontario, whose principle business is the
generation and sale of electricity. Timber
Run Hydropower focuses on the development
and operation of small-scale hydroelectric
generation using innovative strategies
and technologies to minimize social and
environmental impacts.
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Generator
Company
Vale Canada Inc. Al Gereghty
Energy – North Atlantic Region
[email protected]
1 Rink Street
Copper Cliff, Ontario P0M 1N0
Telephone
Fax
Website
Service
Description
(705) 682-5958
(705) 682-6887
www.vale.com
Generator
Vale Canada Inc. is a nickel mining and refining
company which owns and operates four hydraulic
plants on the Spanish River and one plant on the
Vermilion River in the Sudbury area. The rivers
were created about 11,000 years ago during
the recession of the Wisconsin Glacial Period
with generation development occurring between
1906 and 1929, in a combination of 25 cycle and
60 cycle machines. The combined watersheds
drain an area of approximately 12,400 square
kilometres, the upper reach being the divide to
the Arctic watershed and emptying southward into
Lake Huron. The generation plants are embedded
in a privately owned distribution system and are
used to offset energy requirements drawn from
the provincial grid.
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Generator
Company
Contact
Windeau Investments Inc.
David Boileau, President
[email protected]
771 Hilldale Road
Thunder Bay, Ontario P7G 2J1
Telephone
Service
Description
(807) 346-5740
Generator, Consultant and Developer
David Boileau has been involved in ownership
and development of waterpower and wind
power projects since 1990. David currently
provides consulting and project development
services for renewable energy projects and
transmission line/gas pipeline developments.
Major clients include the mining industry in
Northwestern Ontario.
David is currently the owner and president
of WindEau Investments Inc., an investment
and asset management company based in
Thunder Bay, Ontario. David is also the owner
and President of Blue Lantern Lodge Ltd.
This remote lodge is powered by a 50 kW
waterpower station that was commissioned in
November 2009.
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Generator
Company
Xeneca Power Development
Uwe Roeper, CEO
[email protected]
5255 Yonge Street, Suite 1200
North York, Ontario M2N 6P4
Telephone
(416) 590-3060
Fax
(416) 590-9955
Website
Service
Description
www.xeneca.com
Generator
Xeneca Power Corporation is a leading
independent renewable energy developer. Xeneca
has the capability to build Greenfield projects from
the early stages of site selection, feasibility and
design, project management of construction as
well as operation and maintenance.
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Ontario Waterpower Facts
Ontario’s Installed Generation Supply Mix
Waterpowe
Hydro
Northwester
Ontario
Coal
Other
Wind
Nuclear
Natural Gas
Facility by Capacity
Waterpowe
1 < 10 MW
< 1 MW
75 to 100
Years
> 200 MW
100 to 200 MW
50 < 100 MW
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Construction and Equipment
Company
Allied Power Controls
John Kitay
[email protected]
38 Picola Court
Toronto, Ontario M2H 2N3
Telephone
(416) 494-1347
Fax
(416) 494-5880
Website
Service
Description
www.alliedpowercontrols.com
Equipment
Allied Power Controls is a manufacturers’
representative operating in the Provinces
of Ontario and Quebec from local offices.
Allied Power Controls’ hydro-electric generation
focus is with principals Cross Machine, Dry Keep,
and Sorensen Governors – Sorensen Systems
offering a wide range of products from waterto-wire solutions, plant and unit controls, to unit
governors, hydraulic and electric positioners,
protections, big valves, and SCADA control, to
trash rakes, hydraulic log lifters and transformer
moisture management.
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Construction and Equipment
Company
Andritz Hydro Canada Inc.
Contact
Thomas Taylor, Sales Manager
[email protected]
2014 Fisher Drive, Peterborough, Ontario K9J 6X6
Telephone
Contact
(519) 831-3012
Gilles Girard, Vice President Business Development
and Sales Manager, Canada
[email protected]
6100 Trans Canada Highway
Pointe Claire, QC H9R 1B9
Telephone
Website
Service
(514) 428-6700
www.andritz.com
Design, manufacture and installation of turbines,
generators and complete water-to-wire equipment
packages.
Description
In 2008 Andritz completed the acquisition and
integration of GE Hydro to become Andritz
Hydro. Andritz Hydro has more than 160 years of
experience in the water turbine business and over
100 years in the generator business. As one of the
largest manufacturers of turbine and generating
equipment Andritz Hydro brings an unparalleled
level of expertise and commitment to the Canadian
hydro market. Andritz Hydro has three separate
business units to serve the needs of the customer:
Compact Hydro to provide standardized designs and
complete equipment packages to the small hydro
market, Large Hydro to provide custom designs of
new turbines and generators and Service Rehab to
provide maintenance, refurbishment, upgrading or
replacement of components on existing turbines
and generators. Additionally, Andritz Hydro provides
turbine governors and generator exciters.
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Canadian Hydro Components Ltd.
Mike Dupuis, President
[email protected]
P.O. Box 640, 16 Main Street
Almonte, Ontario K0A 1A0
Telephone
(613) 256-1983
Fax
(613) 256-4235
Website
Service
Description
www.canadianhydro.com
Turbine manufacturer
Canadian Hydro Components (CHC) is a leading
manufacturer of high performance, competitively
priced hydroelectric turbines for low to medium
head sites. For over 20 years, CHC has designed
and manufactured superior quality Kaplan,
Propeller and Francis turbines for hydro projects
with outputs ranging from 100 KW to 25 MW. Its
line of axial flow turbines includes throat diameter
sizes ranging from 500 mm to 2500 mm. CHC
provides new and replacement runners, and
complete water-to-wire packages.
Construction and Equipment
Company
Located in Almonte, Ontario (Canada), the
company’s newly expanded 25,000 sq. ft
manufacturing facility boasts over 22 tons
of overhead lifting capacity, and a number of
state-of-the-art CNC machine tools including a
Toshiba TSS 30/55 C(S) vertical boring and turning
mill, a Toshiba TUE 15 vertical boring and turning
mill, a Toshiba BTD-110-R16 and BP-150-R22
horizontal boring and milling machine, a Toshiba
BMC-800 horizontal machining center and a Haas
vertical machining center.
CHC is committed to building superior, reliable
and affordable turbines.
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Construction and Equipment
Company
Contact
The Chant Group
Tim Saville, Director, Project Development
and Engineering
[email protected]
226 Edwards Street, Suite 2
Aurora, Ontario L4G 3S8
Telephone
(905) 726-8321
Fax
(905) 726-8331
Website
Service
www.chantgroup.com
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Description
Renewable Energy Project Development
Engineering & Design Management
Environmental Management
Project & Program Management
Owner’s Representative & Owner’s Engineer
Program & Project Estimating
Hydroelectric Rehabilitation
Constructability Review & Value Engineering
Construction Management
General Contracting
Small Hydro Operations & Maintenance
Chant Group’s Project Services include the full
range of tasks required to identify, evaluate, plan,
design, permit, construct, commission, operate
and maintain hydroelectric power facilities in
today’s market-based environment.
We specialize in the development, construction
and construction management of new and
rehabilitative hydroelectric power generation
projects, and related facilities.
Chant is a respected and experienced First
Nation service provider and partner. Our cultural
awareness allows us to understand and meet
important community needs within our projects.
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Diving Services
Brian McCrodan, President
[email protected]
171 Rink Street, Suite 140
Peterborough, Ontario K9J 2J6
Telephone
(705) 742-5817
Fax
(705) 742-0807
Website
Service
www.divingservices.net
Diving, Engineering, Construction, Millwright,
Mechanic Services and Full Time Video. Viewing
Construction and Equipment
Company
and documentation on all projects.
Description
Diving Services is a commercial diving company
of underwater project consultants, located
in Peterborough, Ontario since 1974, and
specializes in underwater mechanical work
and video inspections. After operating for 40
years with a flawless safety and completed
project record, 90% of their work is from
client referrals.
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Construction and Equipment
Company
Contact
Mavel Americas, Inc.
Jeanne Hilsinger
[email protected]
121 Mount Vernon Street
Boston, Massachusetts 02108 USA
Telephone
(617) 242-2204
Fax
(617) 242-2205
Website
Service
Description
www.mavel.cz
Turbine Engineering Design and Production
Mavel Americas, Inc. is the USA-based subsidiary of
Mavel, a.s. (“Mavel”) and oversees the companies
operations in the Americas. Mavel was founded in
1990 and specializes in the design and production
of Kaplan, Pelton, Francis and micro turbines and
related equipment for hydroelectric power plants
up to 30+ MW. With two production facilities in the
Czech Republic, the company has delivered over
400 turbines over the past 20 years to countries
in Europe, Africa, Asia and the Americas. In 2012,
Mavel had 30 projects underway, including 10 in
the Americas.
Most recently, Mavel was awarded a contract to
provide a Kaplan turbine and related equipment
for the Clarkson Outfall Hydroelectric Power
Project just outside of Toronto. Commissioning
is expected in the fourth quarter of 2013.
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Méga-Pro Énergie Inc.
Michel Bourque, President
[email protected]
760 Rue Nobel
St. Jerome, Quebec J7Y 7A3
Telephone
(450) 438-0707
Fax
(450) 438-2560
Website
Service
www.megapro2000.ca
Supply and installation of all electrical protection
and control equipments including engineering.
Description
Construction and Equipment
Company
Méga-Pro Inc. has the structure, the knowledge
and experience along with the flexibility required
to support you through every step of your
construction projects. Through the years, we
have made our mark with the quality of our
installations and the realization of projects.
Above all, we love to share with our clients
our passion for work well done and our
professionalism shows in every step of our
realization. These are, without a doubt, essential
qualities to possess in today’s competitive market
if you want to set yourselves apart and reach new
heights. In fact, we work relentlessly to surpass
ourselves in all we undertake. You can count on
Méga-Pro Énergie Inc. for on-time delivery and
unparalleled service at the best possible cost.
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Construction and Equipment
Company
Contact
Norcan Hydraulic Turbine Inc.
Max Rabines
[email protected]
50 Bruce Crescent
Carleton Place, Ontario K7C 3V6
Telephone
(613) 257-4755
Fax
(613) 257-4215
Service
Description
Small/Low Head Hydro
NORCAN Hydraulic Turbine Inc. is a leader in the
design and manufacturing of quality products
and services for the hydro industry sector. From
turbine upgrades or refurbishments to complete
hydroelectric systems, Norcan Hydraulic Turbine
Inc. is always available to discuss your hydro
project needs. We refurbish, modernize, and
upgrade Kaplan, Pelton, and Francis turbines
from 300KW – 30 MW. Located in Carleton Place,
Ontario (Canada), Norcan Hydraulic Turbine Inc.
has the experience and resources to deliver
comprehensive solutions to any hydro project.
We have the expertise to offer a complete survey
and assessment of existing equipment and offer
a choice of options, including layout of cost and
benefits of repair, refurbishment, or replacement
of existing equipment.
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Construction and Equipment
Company
Ossberger Canada Inc.
Loïc Pétillon, Eng. Project Director
[email protected]
7774 Boyer
Montreal, Quebec H2R 2S2
Telephone
(514) 525-8430 (514) 525-2174
Website
www.ossberger.ca
Service
Description
Small Hydro Turbines
Ossberger Canada supplies water-to-wire equipment
packages for hydro projects for the complete head
range. With a broad experience dating back 100
years, Ossberger has installed more than 10,000
turbines in Canada and across the world. All of our
projects are subject to – and benefit from – our high
quality standards that aim for an optimal efficiency
and for equipment durability.
Our equipment solutions include different
configurations of horizontal and vertical Kaplan
turbines, OSSBERGER turbines and Pelton
turbines, which are all specifically designed for
small hydro plants.
Our Movable Power House equipment is our
latest turbine configuration, which allows for
hydroelectric developments of nonpowered weirs
and dams that normally would not be possible,
financially, technically and environmentally.
Ossberger also designs and supplies different
Trash Rack Cleaning systems for all sizes of plants
and intakes.
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Construction and Equipment
Company
Contact
PCL Constructors Canada Inc.
Arnie Kalnins, Construction Manager
Hydro Division
[email protected]
2085 Hurontario St., Suite 400
Mississauga, Ontario L5A 4G1
Telephone
(905) 276-7600
Website
www.pcl.com
Service
Construction
Description
The PCL family of companies is a group of
independent construction companies which carry
out diverse operations in the civil infrastructure,
heavy industrial, and buildings markets. Together,
these companies have an annual construction
volume of more than $6 billion, making them
the largest contracting organization in Canada
and one of the largest in the United States.
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Construction and Equipment
Company
Peter Kiewit Infrastructure Co.
Philippe Jünger
Director, Business Development
Hydro, Wind & Transmission Lines
[email protected]
4333 Grande Allee Blvd.
Boisbriand, Quebec J7H 1M7
Telephone
(450) 435-5766 ext 6225
Fax
(450) 435-6764
Website
www.kiewit.com
Service
Description
Construction
Kiewit has served the power generation market for
more than 30 years. We bring in-depth expertise
to deliver power projects using engineer-procureconstruct (EPC), design-build, design-assist
and traditional bid-build models. We’ve helped
clients meet the challenge of changing power
consumption trends and generating strategies by
building run-of-the-river hydroelectric, nuclear and
geothermal power plants, as well as cogeneration,
combined-cycle and waste-to-energy generation
and resource facilities. Through our subsidiary
Kiewit Power Engineers Co., we provide a
complete array of design and engineering services
for major power plant projects that set industry
standards for quality design and superior function
worldwide. Over the last 15 years, Kiewit has
constructed and provided start-up services for
more than 140 power-related projects totalling
more than $6 billion in contract revenue.
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Construction and Equipment
Company
Contact
Rodney Hunt/Fontaine/VAG
Michael Lawrence
National Sales Manager - Canada
[email protected]
26 Silverthorn Court
Ottawa, Ontario K2J 4Y2
Telephone
Website
(613) 692-6317
www.rodneyhunt.com
www.hfontaine.com
www.vag-armaturen.com
Service
Description
Flow Control Equipment
Located in Orange, MA and Magog, Quebec,
Rodney Hunt/Fontaine are world leading
manufacturers of quality flow control products
including, sluice gates, radial/tainter gates,
crest gates, bulkhead gates, roller gates,
bonneted gates, stop logs, butterfly valves,
Howell Bunger valves, cone valves, electric
and hydraulic actuation systems. Through our
VAG partner we also supply a full range of
Turbine Inlet Valves (Spherical and Butterfly),
Isolation Valves and Energy Dissipation Valves
to the Hydropower Industry.
We have been supplying the Hydropower
industry for over 150 years.
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Sealogic Innovations Corp.
Kevin Drumm, President
[email protected]
PO Box 23089, 404 Maitland Dr, Unit 11
Belleville, Ontario K8P 5J3
Telephone
(613) 966-4567
Fax
(613) 966-9854
Website
Service
Description
www.seal-ogic.com
Split Mechanical Seals for Turbines
Construction and Equipment
Company
Sealogic designs, manufactures and commissions
split mechanical seals to economically retrofit
to existing units, with no teardown and no
modifications required. In addition, we work
with turbine main shaft seals, gearbox and
guidebearing seals.
Sealogic also provides very unique, economical,
reliable fully-automatic, self-cleaning waterfiltration systems for bearings and seal-water
applications.
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Construction and Equipment
Company
Contact
Siemens Canada Ltd.
Dr. Martin Berger
Director Small Hydro Canada
[email protected]
1550 Appleby Line, Burlington, ON L7L 6X7
Telephone
Website
Service
(289) 313-5423
www.siemens.ca
Instrumentation and controls, electrical equipment
as well as complete water-to-wire packages.
Description
Siemens Small Hydro Power stands for innovative
solutions and reliable technical components.
In our role as system specialist in the field of
electrical and mechanical equipment for power
plants, we serve all requirements of a comprehensive
portfolio right up to water-to-wire projects. Our
products and our know-how range from capturing
water to feeding electricity into the grid network.
We offer functionally customized solutions for Small
Hydro Power units up to 30 MW, both for new Hydro
Power Plants and for modernization.
Our core competencies
Wealth of experience in system integration with
all electrical and process systems in-house
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I&C system
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Switchgear systems
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Low, medium, high voltage systems
Optimizing existing systems
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Construction and Equipment
Company
Weir American Hydro
Weir Power & Industrial
Contact
Steve Edwards
Business Development Manager
[email protected]
200 Bayshore Drive
RR #3, Brechin, ON L0K 1B0
Telephone
Website
(705) 484-1271
www.weirpowerindustrial.com
www.ahydro.com
Service
Description
High Performance Products and Services
Weir American Hydro is a leading supplier and
installer of large equipment for the hydroelectric
and water distribution industries, specializing in
the design, manufacture, upgrade and servicing
of high performance hydro-turbines, pumps and
pump turbines.
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Structural Analysis
Finite Element Analysis
Weir American Hydro is a leading provider
of maintenance, process support and asset
management to customers in hydro power
generation.
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Construction and Equipment
Company
Contact
Woodbridge Constructors Inc.
Frank Macchi, P.Eng., President
[email protected]
Box 29193 McIntyre Centre
Thunder Bay, Ontario P7B 6P9
Telephone
(807) 767-5426
Fax
(807) 767-5427
Website
Service
www.woodbridgeco.com
Construction, Maintenance and Fabrication
Services for Hydro Generating Stations and
Concrete Dams
Description
• Installation and maintenance of hydroelectric
generators
• Mechanical and civil inspections, upgrade
studies and recommendations
• Development of inspection and maintenance
plans and procedures
• Outage, startup, testing and commissioning
support
• Automation consulting and construction
• Complete mechanical overhauls and runner
replacements
• Parts fabrication, from turbine/generator
shafts to bearings and headgates
• Civil and mechanical repairs and rehabilitation
to existing structures
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Engineering
Company
Baird & Associates
Alex Brunton, Associate
[email protected]
1267 Cornwall Road, Suite 100
Oakville, Ontario L6J 7T5
Telephone
(905) 845-5385
Fax
(905) 845-0698
Website
www.baird.com
Service
Description
Engineering
Conventional and pumped-storage hydropower
represents some of the most mature renewable
energy sources. The potential physical
impacts of such technologies on river systems
pose increasingly complex regulatory and
engineering challenges.
Our experience with challenges facing
hydropower projects ranges from kilowatt
to Megawatt scale projects, including pumped
storage. Baird’s services include hydrologic
and hydraulic investigations, shoreline erosion
and management, downstream impacts, debris
and ice, fisheries, and regulatory support.
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Engineering
Company
Contact
Canadian Projects Limited
Ontario Office
Zach Vorvis, Ontario Manager
[email protected]
Barrie, Ontario
Head Office
Paul Kemp, Principal
[email protected]
Calgary, Alberta
Telephone
(705) 720-6555 (Ontario Office)
(403) 508-1560 (Head Office)
Website
Service
www.canprojects.com
Project Management, Engineering, Approvals
Assistance, Construction Management,
Commissioning
Description
Canadian Projects Limited provides Project
Management, Engineering, and Construction
Management services exclusively on renewable
energy projects in Canada.
Since 1999, CPL has designed and constructed over
$2.5 billion of hydro and wind projects in Ontario,
Alberta, British Columbia and the Territories.
Projects range in size from 5 MW to 200 MW
including Canada’s lowest head, highest head
and largest IPP facilities.
CPL is also active in the development of new Very
Low Head (VLH) turbine technology.
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Engineering
Company
Corbu Consulting Inc.
Ion Corbu, Principal
[email protected]
349 St. Clair Ave. West, Suite 106
Toronto, Ontario M5P 1N3
Telephone
(416) 928-2344
Fax
(416) 928-5013
Website
Service
Description
www.corbuconsulting.com
Project Management and Engineering
Corbu Consulting Inc., in alliance with third party
companies, provides project management and
coordination, and integrated multi-disciplinary
engineering and environmental services. Examples
of services include: hydrology and water resources;
optimization of hydropower systems; hydrometric
networks design and field measurements;
small hydro; geographic information systems;
mid/long-term electricity price forecasts;
independent peer reviews; and training.
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Engineering
Company
Contact
Telephone
Fax
Website
Service
Description
Dessau
Richard Helie, Vice President
Operations, Energy - National
[email protected]
1060 University Street, Suite 600
Montreal, Quebec H3B 4V3
(514) 281-1033 ext. 1830
(514) 281-1060
www.dessau.com
Engineering
With a staff of around 5,000 employees, Dessau, the
sixth-largest engineering-construction firm in Canada,
has been active internationally since the early 70's in
more than 50 countries around the world. Our team of
energy specialists in Ontario has extensive experience
in feasibility studies, asset management, and the
design and engineering of power plants (hydroelectric,
thermal and nuclear), as well as power transmission
and distribution equipment and systems. We are proud
to contribute to the construction of new facilities and
the rehabilitation of existing ones. Dessau is also
active in energy sector, including wind farms, solar
power plants and cogeneration projects.
Committed to offering its clients global services, Dessau
has developed state-of-the-art expertise in several
fields of activity related to engineering and construction.
The outstanding know-how of its experts allows them
to plan, design, build and manage infrastructures for
clients in both the private and public sectors.
In response to its clients’ specific needs, as well as
today’s economic imperatives, Dessau has added
turnkey construction projects to its offering of
traditional engineering services. In an era dominated
by the quest for sustainable solutions, it relies on a
team of professionals with the expertise to effectively
carry out the most complex and innovative projects.
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Engineering
Company
Galt Green Energy
Will Rogers
Director of Business Development
[email protected]
Telephone
Website
Service
Description
(519) 896-2500
www.galtgreenenergy.com
Automation & Packaged Hydro Stations
Since its birth as Rapid-Eau Technologies Inc. in
1980, Galt Green Energy has been a Canadian
engineering company, specializing in the field of
small and micro hydro development. From our roots
as Canada's most innovative small hydro company,
we draw on many years of small water power
experience. Three years ago came the birth of a new
venture called Rapid-Eau Automation, specializing in
the design and implementation of electrical control
technology, our programmable control systems are
seen throughout parts of Canada and the United
States. In June of 2012, Rapid-Eau Technologies
and Rapid-Eau Automation came together under
the Galt Green Energy Banner; showcasing the
innovation in turbine design and custom control
system technology to form a fully packaged hydro
system, known as the Eco-Siphon Packaged Hydro
Station. Our new and innovative packaged station
is continuing to pave the way for small and micro
site development by eliminating the environmental
impact of hydro dams and the high cost associated
with extensive civil work.
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Engineering
Company
Contact
GENIVAR
John Juffs, P.Eng.
[email protected]
600 Cochrane Drive
Markham, Ontario L3R 5K3
Telephone
(905) 475-7270
Cell
(905) 726-0297
Contact
Harvey Walsh, P.Eng.
[email protected]
185 East Street
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario P6A 3C8
Telephone
(705) 942-2070
Cell
(705) 254-9038
Website
Service
Description
www.genivar.com
Engineering
GENIVAR offers full range of professional services
for Hydropower Projects:
• Planning, Feasibility Studies & Approvals
• New Facility Design
• Station Rehabilitation & Upgrades
• Environmental Assessment
• Fish Migration Systems
• Hydrology & Hydraulics
• High-Voltage Electrical
• Electrical Interconnection Planning
• Dams & Water Control Structures
• Dam Safety
• Hydrometric Surveys
• Project Management
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Golder Associates Ltd.
Richard Booth, Senior Aquatic Scientist
[email protected]
140 Renfrew Drive, Suite 110
Engineering
Company
Markham, Ontario L3R 6B3
Telephone
Fax
Contact
Telephone
Website
Service
Description
(905) 475-5591 ext 6040
(905) 475-5257
Elaine Bonnell, Marketing Coordinator
(905) 567-4444 ext 1221
www.golder.com
Engineering, Consulting
Golder Associates is respected across the globe
for providing consulting, design and construction
services in our specialist areas of earth and
environment, and the related areas of energy.
Employee owned since formation in 1960, Golder
has experienced over five decades of sustained
growth. Golder now employs over 7000 people
and operates from more than 160 offices
throughout Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe,
North America and South America.
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Engineering
Company
Contact
Hatch Ltd.
C.R. (Rick) Donnelly, Director, Water Power
rdo[email protected]
4342 Queen Street, Suite 500
Niagara Falls, Ontario L2E 7J7
(905) 357-6970
Telephone
(905) 374-5200
Fax
(905) 374-1157
Website
Service
www.hatch.ca
Engineering, environmental, procurement,
construction and project management
Description
Since 1924, when Hatch’s energy unit began as
H. G. Acres & Company in Niagara Falls, Canada,
we have designed more than 40,000 MW of
hydropower around the world.
From designing new facilities for the private and
public sectors, to carrying out rehabilitation and
augmentation services for existing sites, our staff
applies leading edge technological software as part
of the life-cycle management process.
Our core services include design and construction
management for hydro developments, risk
assessments, regulatory management, efficiency
testing, dam safety and due-diligence services
for asset-transfer for buyers, sellers and lenders.
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Hydrosys Consultants Inc.
Contact
Sébastien Vittecoq, President
[email protected]
440, René-Lévesque W. Blvd, Suite 350
Engineering
Company
Montréal (Québec) H2Z 1V7
Telephone
(514) 393-2780
Fax
(514) 841-9111
Website
Service
Description
www.hydrosysconsultants.ca
Engineering Services
Hydrosys is a firm of consultants specializing
in the engineering of hydropower and hydraulic
structures. They offer a range of services
including front-end engineering project design
and planning work up detailed engineering,
management of construction and technical
support to plant operations. Their customers
include hydroelectric developers and operators,
government agencies and environmental
protection, municipal, dam owners and anyone
interested in renewable energy or hydraulic
structures. Hydrosys has participated in over
100 projects of hydroelectric development in
Canada, in Central America and South America,
the Caribbean and around the world, and work
exclusively in this field for over 15 years.
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Engineering
Company
Contact
Hydro Tech Inc.
Michael Dupuis, President
[email protected]
677 MacDonald Avenue, Unit 210
Sault Ste Marie, Ontario P6B 1J4
Telephone
(705) 946-3182
Fax
(705) 946-8492
Website
Service
Description
www.hydrotech-inc.ca
Engineering, Hydro Mechanical Services
Hydro Tech Inc. was incorporated in 2001 and
provides services for medium to large hydroelectric
generating companies. Services include
thrust bearing design; maintenance programs
and schedules for generators and turbines;
troubleshooting specific mechanical problems
or malfunctions; increasing generator/turbine
efficiency and reliability; completing overhauls
and repairs; and condition assessment.
Hydro Tech Inc. provides service to clients
throughout Canada and the United States as well
as Ghana, Africa and has established a sound track
record of completing projects for our clients within
budget, on schedule, and to the highest standards.
Hydro Tech is currently expanding its bearing
supply to other parts of the world.
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Engineering
Company
IBI Group (Canada) Inc.
Patrick Garel
Project Manager
[email protected]
9133 Leslie St., Suite 200
Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 4N1
Telephone
Fax
Contact
(905) 763-2322 ext 2234
(905) 763-9983
Paul Williams, P.Eng., P.E.
Principal, Facilities Design
[email protected]
30 International Blvd.
Toronto, Ontario M9W 3P3
Telephone
(416) 798-5506
Fax
(416) 675-4620
Website
Service
www.ibigroup.com
Engineering, Environmental, Approvals,
Project Management, Due Diligence
Description
IBI Group offers a wide range of consulting
services including hydroelectric plant design,
approvals, hydrology, business case analysis
and independent engineering. Through the Giffels
engineering practice it also offers services related
to protection and controls, power engineering,
grounding, capacity upgrades and related
planning and studies. With its head office in
Toronto, IBI has over 2,500 staff in 12 countries
including Canada, the United States, Europe,
Middle East and Asia.
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Engineering
Company
Contact
KGS Group Incorporated
Stefan Kohnen, P.Eng., Regional Manager
[email protected]
4310 Sherwoodtowne Blvd., Suite 402
Mississauga, Ontario L4Z 4C4
Telephone
(905) 848-2473
Fax
(905) 848-9664
Website
Service
Description
www.kgsgroup.com
Engineering, Environmental, Project Management
The KGS Group is dedicated to consistently
providing a high level of quality engineering
and project management services to their clients,
in the hydroelectric, water resources, and dam
safety fields. Through their years of experience in
the consulting industry, the principals and senior
technical staff of the KGS Group have played
a major part in the conceptual development,
detailed design, and construction of both major
and small hydroelectric developments in Canada.
In addition, KGS has extensive experience in
studies and assessments and in supporting the
maintenance and rehabilitation of hydraulic
structures and hydro plants for public and private
utilities and government agencies.
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Kinectrics Inc.
Cheryl Tasker-Shaw, Marketing Manager
[email protected]
800 Kipling Avenue, Unit 2
Engineering
Company
Toronto, Ontario M8Z 5G5
Telephone
Fax
Website
Service
Description
(416) 207-6000 ext 5970
(416) 207-6532
www.kinectrics.com
Engineering, Environmental, Project Management
Kinectrics offers comprehensive engineering
services and state-of-the-art testing facilities for
generation plant, transmission and distribution,
renewable, and environmental technologies,
built on 90 years of proven technical excellence.
Kinectrics’ broad-based services for hydro, including
advanced concrete rehabilitation capabilities, enable
utilities to optimize performance, extend asset life
and build return on investment.
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Engineering
Company
Contact
Kleinschmidt
Tim Oakes, Renewable Group Leader
400 Historic Drive
Strasburg, PA 17579
Telephone
(717) 687-7211
Fax
(717) 687-7266
Website
Service
www.kleinschmidtUSA.com
Engineering, Environmental, Regulatory,
Fish Passage, Dam Safety
Description
We are an employee-owned energy and ecological
consulting firm. When it comes to energy our
primary focus is hydropower. We have built our
organization around hydro for the past 46 years
and have 10 offices strategically located to
serve the majority of hydro owners in the U.S.
and Canada. We are also one of the pioneering
consulting firms working towards the deployment
of wave, tidal and offshore wind power.
Hydropower . Our focus . Our passion.
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Engineering
Company
Knight Piésold Ltd.
Eduardo Barron, P.Eng.
[email protected]
1650 Main Street West
North Bay, Ontario P1B 8G5
Telephone
(705) 476-2165
Fax
(705) 474-8095
Website
Service
Description
www.knightpiesold.com
Engineering
Knight Piésold is a specialised international
consulting company offering engineering and
environmental services in mining, environment,
hydropower, water resources, and roads and
construction services. We are a company that
focuses on our clients’ requirements, developing
close working relationships and understanding
their projects and businesses in today’s global
environment. We are passionate about what
we do and committed to success.
Our Mission is to build permanent relationships
with reputable clients around the world
through world-class engineering, scientific and
management services that provide innovative
solutions, the highest caliber of services, the best
quality of product, the greatest efficiency, the
finest technical expertise, and the maximum
value for their investment.
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Engineering
Company
McGhee-Krizsan Engineering Limited (MKE),
Consulting Engineers
Contact
Karen McGhee, P.Eng.
[email protected]
1959 Creston Place
Burlington, Ontario L7P 2Y5
Telephone
Website
Service
Description
(905) 331-9692
www.m-k-e.ca
Project Management
McGhee-Krizsan Engineering Limited (MKE)
provides project management services for
waterpower projects from conception through
construction. Licensed in Ontario and BC,
they provide expertise in feasibility studies,
preliminary engineering, and construction
administration as well as assistance with Ministry
of Natural Resources site release applications,
coordination of the approvals process and First
Nations consultation. MKE also specializes in
Independent Engineering Reviews for lending
and equity financing.
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MOBEC Engineering
Contact
Mona Bechai, Principal
Engineering
Company
[email protected]
288 Lawrence Avenue East
Toronto, Ontario M4N 1T7
Telephone
(416) 488-1924
Fax
(416) 488-3580
Service
Description
Engineering
Since its founding in May 2002, MOBEC has
provided consulting services to regulators and
dam owners in Canada and internationally.
A partial list of clients include BC Hydro, Parks
Canada, Toronto and Region Conservation
Authority, Brascan, CEATI, Svenska Kraftnat
and Vattenfall Vattenkraft.
MOBEC’s goal is to assist dam owners and
operators meet their due diligence obligations
by managing the safety of their dams in a
manner that assures public safety, meets
industry standards and complies with all
applicable regulations.
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Engineering
Company
Contact
MWH Canada Inc.
Mike Hughes
505 Burrard St., Suite 1580, Box 17
Vancouver, British Columbia V7X 1M5
Telephone
(604) 648-6161
Fax
(604) 648-6181
Service
Description
Engineering Consulting
MWH is a leading global provider of consulting,
engineering, construction, and management
services in water, natural resources, and
infrastructure sectors.
MWH provides complete end-to-end services
throughout the lifecycle of a project, from
strategy and planning through development
and delivery of technical solutions.
Currently MWH employs more than 7000
professionals in 170 offices in 35 countries
around the world.
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OEL-HydroSys, a division of BLUMETRIC
ENVIRONMENTAL INC.
Contact
Tami Sugarman, Energy Projects Team Manager
[email protected]
Engineering
Company
3108 Carp Road, P.O. Box 430
Ottawa (Carp), Ontario K0A 1L0
Telephone
(613) 839-1453
Fax
(613) 839-5376
Website
Service
Description
www.blumetric.ca
Engineering, Environmental
OEL, a division of BluMetric Environmental Inc.,
is dedicated to providing technical and related
ancillary services to the waterpower and
hydraulic structure industry. Advising clients
on the engineering aspects of waterpower site
development, dam design, structural and safety
analysis, site redevelopment issues, construction
management and the ongoing management and
operation of waterpower facilities are core services
provided by OEL-HydroSys. The senior staff
of OEL-HydroSys are recognized experts in the
fields of hydraulic structure design, dam safety,
and waterpower facility development. BluMetric
Environmental Inc. and its predecessors have been
in business since 1976. A Canadian company,
BluMetric has a staff of approximately 170
professionals located in nine offices and operates
both domestically and internationally.
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Engineering
Company
Contact
SNC-Lavalin Inc.
Stephen Lindley, Vice President, Aboriginal
and Northern Affairs and Director, Environment
[email protected]
Paul Mackintosh, Vice President Operations,
Transmission, and Distribution
SNC-Lavalin Power Ontario
[email protected]
195 The West Mall
Toronto, Ontario M9C 5K1
Telephone
(416) 252-5311
Fax
(416) 231-5356
Website
Service
www.snclavalin.com
Engineering, Construction, Environmental
and Aboriginal Engagement
Description
Founded in 1911, SNC-Lavalin is one of the world’s
leading engineering and construction companies and
a key player in the development of power generation
and transmission facilities throughout Canada
and around the globe. Our offices in Toronto and
Winnipeg offer a full range of services to the power
industry in Ontario including project management,
design, procurement, construction, environmental
assessment and permitting, project financing and
ownership/operations.
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Trelleborg Sealing Solutions Canada
Tom Carew, Hydro Segment Manager Americas
[email protected]
43 Voyager Court North
Engineering
Company
Etobicoke, Ontario M9W 4Y2
Telephone
(905) 372-4884
Fax
(905) 372-7364
Website
Service
www.trelleborg.com
Engineering, Manufacturing of Sealing Systems
& Self Lube Bearing Materials
Description
Trelleborg is today a worldwide leading supplier
of high-quality products and solutions for
sealing and self-lube bearing systems. They
offer technological solutions that meet three
principal customer needs: to damp, seal and
protect. These functions have many areas of
use in various industries worldwide. Their core
activities are to be found primarily within the
hydroelectric, aerospace, agricultural, automotive,
infrastructure/construction, transportation
equipment, oil/gas and other industries.
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Engineering
Company
Contact
W.E. Morton Civil Engineering Ltd.
William Morton, P.Eng., Principal
[email protected]
77 Chickasaw Crescent
Ottawa, Ontario K2M 1M9
Telephone
(613) 270-0464
Fax
(613) 270-0464
Service
Description
Waterpower site development
W.E. Morton Civil Engineering Ltd is an
engineering and project management firm
engaged in the development of low head, run
of the river, water power development as well
as other in civil engineering related projects.
With a background related to power generation
for mines and remote camps, we are currently
involved in the early stages of development
for 3 water power sites. As these developments
proceed we expect to use the experience to
augment our existing business lines.
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Environmental
Company
4DM Inc.
Steven McArdle, President
[email protected]
671 Danforth Avenue, Suite 200
Toronto, Ontario M4J 1L3
Telephone
(416) 410-7569
Fax
(416) 410-7569
Website
Service
www.4dm-inc.com
Water Resource Modeling (Dam Safety, IHP,
Water Budget, Optimization), Environmental
Modeling, Climate Analysis, Mapping, Cadastral
mapping, Transmission Routing, Renewable
Energy Siting, Decision Support Systems,
Database Systems, Web Mapping
Description
4DM is an innovative consulting company that
provides solutions in the science and engineering
areas using geospatial information technology.
Our team consists of multi-disciplinary professionals
with comprehensive industry experience. 4DM
provides support to clients in a number of different
areas including dam breach modeling, consequence
analysis, and inundation mapping. In addition we
conduct environmental modeling that includes
terrain analysis, impact to water quality and climate
modeling. Our team can provide planning and
implementation of airborne LiDAR data and satellite
imagery with GIS data layers to address any
analysis and modeling requirements. Our strength
is the ability to take complex issues and create
engineering results with interpretive visualization
as effective communication tool.
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Environmental
Company
Contact
Aecom
Marvin Stemeroff, National Energy Industry Leader
Canada Environment
[email protected]
55 Wyndham Street North, Suite 215
Guelph, Ontario N1H 7T8
Telephone
(519) 840-2256
Fax
(519) 763-1688
Website
Service
www.aecom.com
Environmental Approvals and Monitoring,
Engineering Project Management, Public
Consultation, Aboriginal Peoples
Description
AECOM is a global provider of professional technical
and management support services to a broad range
clients within the energy and power market. Within
Canada, AECOM has over 4,000 employees in over
60 offices in every province and territory. In Canada
is built upon the experience and expertise of many
former companies such as Gartner Lee Limited, Earth
Tech, UMA Engineering, TSH, Tecsult, and RSW.
We offer approval/permitting and engineering service
in the power generation, transmission, distribution,
and nuclear fuel sectors in Canada. We have extensive
experience in water power, other renewables (wind
and solar), nuclear generation, thermal generation,
and many diverse aspects of T&D. Our Approvals and
permitting team is known for its expertise in gaining
both regulatory and social acceptance. We have
earned an excellent working relationship with many
Aboriginal peoples across Canada.
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Bowfin Environmental Consulting Inc.
Michelle Lavictoire
[email protected]
168 Montreal Rd
Cornwall, Ontario K6H 1B3
Telephone
(613) 935-6139
Fax
(613) 935-6295
Website
Service
Description
Environmental
Company
www.bowfinenvironmental.ca
Environmental
Bowfin is located in eastern Ontario and was
established in 2002. Since that time, the
company has completed projects throughout
Ontario and in Quebec.
Bowfin provides all natural environmental services
from project development through permitting and
monitoring. It also provides public and aboriginal
consultation services.
Our experience includes: renewable energy
(small hydropower, solar and anaerobic digestors),
highway and bridge route selection and
construction, aggregates, waste water
and water treatment plants and commercial
and residential subdivisions.
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Company
Contact
Dillon Consulting
Mario Buszynski, M.Sc., MCIP, Partner
[email protected]
235 Yorkland Blvd. Suite 800
Toronto, Ontario M2J 4Y8
Telephone
(416) 229-4646
Fax
(416) 229-4692
Website
www.dillon.ca
Service
Environmental
Description
Dillon Consulting Limited, established in 1946, has
a staff of about 750 persons in 17 offices located
throughout Canada, seven of which are in Ontario.
Dillon maintains a multi-disciplinary staff providing
planning, environmental and engineering services
ranging from due diligence and feasibility studies
through post approval monitoring and regulatory
requirements for new facility development. In
addition to managing environmental assessments
and permitting at the federal, provincial and
municipal level, Dillon provides municipal planning
services, terrestrial and aquatic assessments and
compensation planning, public and aboriginal
consultation and facilitation, and transportation
planning. In addition to ongoing fishery work at
hydroelectric stations in British Columbia and other
international work, Dillon is presently undertaking
a class EA for a new hydro facility in Peterborough
and a large hydropower facility in Tanzania.
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Environmental
Company
Ecofish Research Ltd.
Adam Lewis, President
[email protected]
450 8th Street, Suite F
Courtenay, BC V9N 1N5
Telephone
(250) 334-3042
Fax
(250) 897-1742
Website
www.ecofishresearch.com
Service
Environmental Consulting
Description
Ecofish Research Ltd. is a BC registered
company established in 2000. We provide
field and analytical services to government
and industry on fisheries, aquatic, wildlife,
terrestrial, and marine ecology issues. Ecofish
serves government and First Nations clients,
as well as the energy, mining, forestry, and
municipal development industries. Our offices
in BC are located in Vancouver, Courtenay,
Victoria and Squamish, with an additional
office in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
With a team of more than 50 experienced,
skilled professionals, including biologists,
hydrologists, foresters, chemists, and
environmental technicians, the Ecofish team is
committed to top quality work while efficiently
and comprehensively addressing the needs
of our clients.
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Company
Contact
MMM Group Limited
Jim Bertulli, MES, MCIP, RPP
Senior Environmental Planner/Senior Project Manager
[email protected]
100 Commerce Valley Drive West
Thornhill, Ontario L3T 0A1
Telephone • Fax
(905) 882-4211 ext 6827 • (905) 882-7276
Website
www.mmm.ca
Contact
Lamoire Alexander, P.Eng., Manager, Water Resources
[email protected]
Telephone • Fax
Service
(905) 882-4211 ext 6825 • (905) 882-7276
Environmental Assessment and Approvals, Ecological
Impact Studies, Hydrotechnical Engineering
Description
MMM Group provides a range of vital services to the
waterpower industry from initial project planning to final
environmental construction monitoring including:
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Watershed hydrology & hydraulics for feasibility analysis,
•
Environmental assessment,
•
Aquatic and terrestrial ecological studies using
up-to-date Species-at-Risk expertise,
•
Public and Aboriginal consultation, facilitation
and mediation,
•
State-of-the-art hydrotechnical modeling for water quality, quantity and inter-related ecological variables (River 2D, RiverCAD, HEC-geo-RAS),
•
Acquisition and negotiation of federal, provincial
and municipal permits and approvals,
•
Environmental construction monitoring for regulatory compliance and environmental quality,
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Environmental coordination and project management.
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Company
Natural Resource Solutions Inc.
Rob Steele, Vice-President
[email protected]
225 Labrador Drive, Unit 1
Waterloo, Ontario N2K 4M8
Telephone
(519) 725-2227
Fax
(519) 725-2575
Service
Description
Environmental
Natural Resource Solutions Inc. (NRSI) is an
environmental consulting firm comprised of 40
fulltime biologists with expertise in terrestrial,
wetland and aquatic biology. The company was
founded in 1998 and operates from our head
office in Waterloo, Ontario.
NRSI provides a full range of natural environment
services to the renewable energy sector
including work on hydroelectric, wind and solar
power projects. We offer expertise in biological
inventories, ecological impact assessment,
mitigation development and post development
biological monitoring. At NRSI, we pride ourselves
on our ability to work in multi-disciplinary teams
providing innovative and practical solutions to
biological issues.
More information can be found on our website at
www.nrsi.on.ca
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Environmental
Company
Contact
Ortech Consulting Inc.
Michael Tingle, Director of Corporate Business
Development
[email protected]
804 Southdown Road, Mississauga, Ontario L5J 2Y4
Telephone
Fax
(905) 822-4120 ext 680
(905) 855-0406
Website
www.ortech.ca
Service
Environmental
Description
twitter.com/ortechpower
ORTECH has an experienced team to assist your
development needs for hydro-electricity projects.
ORTECH can provide independent engineering
services for a wide variety of power, electric
transmission and distribution facilities throughout
Ontario and across Canada.
We typically review and assess:
•
Capital and operating costs and construction risks
•
Civil, structural, mechanical and electrical design
•
Construction risk management
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Contract terms and conditions
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Energy Generation Projections
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Environmental studies and permits
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Hydrology and reservoir operation
•
Project pro forma
ORTECH offers the following services for
hydro-electricity developers:
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Planning
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Resource Assessment
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Power Purchase Agreements/FIT
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Permitting
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Interconnection Services
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Vendor Review/Technology Assessment
•
Due Diligence/Peer Review
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Environmental
Company
SENES Consultants Limited
Don Gorber
[email protected]
121 Granton Drive, Unit #12
Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3N4
Contact
Phil Shantz
[email protected]
Telephone
(905) 764-9380
Fax
(905) 764-9386
Website
Service
Description
www.senes.ca
Environmental Consultants
SENES Consultants Limited is a multi-disciplinary
environmental consulting company based in
Richmond Hill, Ontario. SENES has recently
celebrated its 30th anniversary. SENES has
managed and is currently managing a number of
waterpower environmental assessments in Ontario
including: the Upper Mattagami Generating Stations
(Wawaitin, Sandy Falls and Lower Sturgeon),
Hound Chute Generating Station, Lower Mattagami
Hydroelectric Development, Mattagami Lake
Dam Hydroelectric Development, Little Jackfish
Hydroelectric Development, New Post Creek
Hydroelectric Project, Ranney Falls Generating
Station G3 Expansion and Shebandowan Dam
Replacement. SENES also provides specialized
services in: Aboriginal involvement; various
environmental disciplines; and, environmental
auditing and construction oversight. SENES has
extensive experience across Northern Ontario.
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Environmental
Company
Contact
SLR Consulting (Canada) Ltd
Gordon Wichert
[email protected]
260 Town Centre Boulevard, Suite 101
Markham, Ontario L3R 8H8
Telephone
(905) 415-7248
Fax
(905) 415-1019
Website
Service
www.slrconsulting.com
Consulting Services, planning, development
and energy management
Description
SLR is at the forefront of providing a wide range
of technical and professional services to energy
generators, would be energy generators and energy
users. Globally these services range from planning
and development to energy management. Their
expertise and capabilities extend across a wide
range of power generation technologies including
renewable and low carbon energy sources, such as
wind, hydroelectricity, solar, biofuels, biomass, ground
source and energy from waste, as well as fossil
fuels and nuclear. They help energy generators to
develop and manage their generation and distribution
infrastructure and also have particular expertise in
carbon capture and storage. In addition, SLR can
help companies manage energy and carbon at their
existing and proposed facilities and identify the risks
and opportunities from climate change. In Ontario
and Canada SLR expertise is focused on natural
environmental assessment, site assessment and
remediation, and obtaining approvals and permits
related to the natural environment, as well as
renewable energy, geothermal and carbon capture.
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Company
Stantec Consulting
Peter G. Prier, Principal
[email protected]
Contact
Rob Nadolny, Sector Lead, Power
(Environmental Services)
[email protected]
1 - 70 Southgate Drive
Guelph, Ontario N1G 4P5
Telephone
(519) 836-6050
Fax
(519) 836-2493
Website
www.stantec.com
Service
Environmental, Engineering, Project Management
Description
Stantec’s presence and years of global experience
allow us to provide effective project solutions
to assist our clients with waterpower development.
We can assist you with fulfilling engineering,
inspection, monitoring and regulatory requirements.
Broadly, Stantec offers the following services to
waterpower and dam clients:
• Feasibility studies, critical environmental
issues/fatal flaws analysis
• Complete federal, provincial and local permitting
and environmental assessment
• Consultation and facilitation
• Land use planning
• Aquatics assessments, fish passage, HADD
assessment, compensation planning and
authorization, terrestrial and wildlife assessments
• Watershed hydrology and floodplain assessment
• Transmission and access planning
• Program and project management services
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Environmental
Company
WESA, a division of BLUMETRIC
ENVIRONMENTAL INC.
Contact
William (Bill) Touzel, C.A., CEO
[email protected]
3108 Carp Road, P.O. Box 430,
Ottawa (Carp), Ontario K0A 1L0
Telephone
(613) 839-3053
Fax
(613) 839-5376
Website
Service
Description
www.blumetric.ca
Environmental, Engineering
WESA, a division of BluMetric Environmental Inc.,
provides high quality professional services in the
field of environmental geosciences and engineering,
industrial hygiene, occupational health and
safety, renewable energy, water and wastewater
treatment, environmental contracting and
management services. BluMetric Environmental
Inc. and its predecessors have been in business
since 1976. A Canadian company, BluMetric has a
staff of approximately 170 professionals located
in nine offices and operates both domestically
and internationally.
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Financing and Insurance
Company
Access Capital Corp.
Robert S. McLeese, President
[email protected]
8 King Street East, Suite 1901
Toronto, Ontario M5C 1B5
Telephone
Fax
Website
Service
Description
(416) 366-4820 ext 225
(416) 366-5123
www.access-capital.com
Financing and Development Assistance
Access Capital offers guidance regarding the
development, funding, operation, purchase and
sale of electric power projects. The Project
Optimization Program™ Access Capital can help:
• Streamline the project development process
• Bid competitively into an RFP
• Negotiate favourable contractual agreements
• Improve your ability to finance your power
projects
• Optimize your project’s capital structure
and minimize your equity exposure
• Prepare a valuation to support a purchase
or sale transaction
• Maximize your ROI
Access Capital is a proven niche player in the
power industry, having successfully completed
over $1.8 billion in financing for independent
power projects. Their team boasts over 40 years
of combined experience in corporate and project
finance and engineering.
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Financing and Insurance
Company
Contact
Corpfinance International Limited
Chris Ball, Senior Vice-President
[email protected]
229 Niagara Street
Toronto, Ontario M6J 2L5
Telephone
Fax
Website
Service
Description
(416) 364-6191 ext 231
(416) 364-1012
www.corpfinance.ca
Financing
The simple truth is any financial institution can
lend you money. However, not every financial
institution prefers to lend it on terms that are
customized for you. That sentence is what
established Corpfinance International Limited
(CFI). Founded in 1984 and supported by some
of Canada’s biggest life insurance companies,
CFI prefer to think of themselves as an
investment banking boutique. Leaner, quicker
and more inventive.
CFI understand the needs of middle and
uppermiddle market businesses. They know
that every financial solution must be tailored
to individual needs. That’s why all their clients
deal with senior people at CFI. Experienced
professionals empowered to make decisions.
People who have a reputation for building
long-term relationships, who prefer to do
business with integrity, a smile and a handshake.
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Financing and Insurance
Company
Martin Merry & Reid Limited
David Browne, President
[email protected]
404-3 Church Street
Toronto, Ontario M5E 1M2
Telephone
Fax
Website
Service
Description
(416) 366-3333 ext 228
(416) 366-0730
www.mmr.ca
Insurance
Martin Merry & Reid Limited has successfully
worked with the independent renewable energy
marketplace for over 20 years, including hydro,
co-generation, wind farms, digester plants and
land fill gas. They have partnered with some of
Canada’s largest independent power producers
and have established relations with insurance
companies who specialize in risk management
for the energy sector.
Martin Merry & Reid has exclusive access to
special programs that provide comprehensive
coverage at “correct” rates for power producers.
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Financing and Insurance
Company
Contact
The Mearie Group
C.C. (Charlie) Macaluso,
CEO & Attorney-in-Fact
3700 Steeles Avenue West, Suite 1100
Vaughan, Ontario L4L 8K8
Telephone
(905) 265-5300
Fax
(905) 265-5301
Website
www.mearie.ca
Contact
David Pottinger, Manager
[email protected]
Telephone
Service
Description
(905) 265-5314
Insurance
The Mearie Group is a progressive and
innovative provider of insurance, financial and
business solutions to the energy industry in
Ontario. Created in 1987, The Mearie Group is
one of the most successful reciprocal insurance
exchanges in existence today. Their membership
is comprised primarily of Local Electricity
Distribution Companies (LDCs) and their
affiliates operating in the province of Ontario.
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Tribute Resources Inc.
Jennifer Lewis, CFO and Treasurer
[email protected]
309 Commissioners Road West, Unit D
London, Ontario N6J 1Y4
Telephone
(519) 657-2151
Fax
(519) 657-4296
Website
Service
Description
www.tributeresources.com
Financing and Insurance
Company
Finance
Tribute Resources Inc. is a publically traded
company listed as “TRB” on the TSX Venture.
Its focus remains on discovery and development
of long-term utility-type assets such as its
underground natural gas storage pools in Ontario
and renewably energy generation at suitable
sites, including from hydraulic sources. Tribute
has a professional management and specialized
project development team working together with
experienced directors to develop its projects in
each of these areas.
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Waterpower Development Cycle
Waterpower Development Cycle
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Resource (Crown
Land) Access
EA Completion
and Notification
Approvals (LRIA
Location Approval,
PLA Disposition)
First
Nation/Community/
Proponent
Application
Environmental
Study Report
Approvals
(LRIA Plans and
Specifications)
Accepted
Applicant
Evaluation and
Assessment/Draft
Report
Construction and
Commissioning
Project
Concept/Scoping
Project Definition
Ongoing Monitoring,
Evaluation and
Adaptation
(EA/LRIA)
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Legal
Company
Aird & Berlis LLP
Scott Stoll
[email protected]
181 Bay Street, Suite 1800
Toronto, Ontario M5J 2T9
Telephone
(416) 865-4703
Fax
(416) 863-1515
Website
Service
Description
www.airdberlis.com
Legal
Arid & Berlis LLP is a full-service business law firm
with over 130 of Canada’s most talented lawyers.
The Aird & Berlis LLP Energy Team is comprised
of a unique group of lawyers from the firm’s
corporate/commercial, regulatory, environmental,
real estate, municipal and planning, corporate
finance and tax groups. Our energy team works
with private and public sector clients to assist
with the strategic planning necessary to navigate
the complex regulatory environment faced in the
development of significant infrastructure. The
firm’s Energy Team members are recognized as
experts by the energy law community and are
well-equipped to provide advice tailored to the
specific needs of each client.
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Legal
Company
Contact
Bennett Jones LLP
Ernest W. Belyea, Partner
[email protected]
Suite 3400, 1 First Canadian Place
P.O. Box 130
Toronto, ON M5X 1A4
Telephone
(416) 777-6445
Fax
(416) 863-1716
Website
Service
www.bennettjones.com
Legal – full service with unparalleled depth
in energy
Description
Bennett Jones is an internationally recognized
Canadian business law firm focused and founded
on principles of professional excellence, integrity,
respect and independent thought. Our firm’s
leadership is reflected in the law we practice,
the groundbreaking work we do, the client
relationships we have, and the quality of our
people. We are a full service law firm with a
90-year history and unparalleled depth in energy,
natural resources and project development.
We have offices across Canada, in the Middle
East, Beijing and the United States. With
exceptional experience in complex cross-border
and international transactions, the firm is well
equipped to advise both Canadians and foreign
businesses interested in Canadian energy projects,
and to connect Canadian businesses and investors
with opportunities in China, the Middle East and
around the world.
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Telephone
•
Fax
Contact
Telephone • Fax
Website
Service
Description
Legal
Company
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
Ken Pearce, [email protected]
199 Bay Street, Suite 4000, Commerce Court West
Toronto, Ontario M5L 1A9
(416) 863-3286 • (416) 863-2653
Caroline Findlay, [email protected]
Suite 2600, Three Bentall Centre
Vancouver, British Columbia V7X 1L3
(604) 631-3300 • (604) 631-3309
www.blakes.com
Legal
Blakes is leading Canadian business law firm
with lawyers in offices in Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal,
Calgary, Vancouver, New York, Chicago, London,
Beijing, Shanghai, Bahrain and Al-Khobar.
The Blakes energy group is comprised of experts
in project development, project finance, construction,
permitting and regulatory matters relating to water
power projects.
Blakes provides a full range of legal services
to Ontario’s water power industry, including:
• Advice concerning power purchase agreements,
including OPA FIT contracts and RFPs
• Negotiation of construction contracts, including
engineer, procure, construct (EPC) and fixed
price agreements
• Advice concerning permitting, water power leases,
land use permits, crown leases, environmental
assessments and Renewable Energy Approvals
• Advice concerning project financing and tax
efficient structures for water power projects
• Advice with respect to First Nations matters,
including negotiating impact benefit agreements
• Advice concerning government policy and regulation
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Legal
Company
Contact
Telephone
•
Fax
Contact
Telephone • Fax
Website
Service
Description
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Linda Bertoldi, Partner
[email protected]
Scotia Plaza, 40 King Street West
Toronto, Ontario M5H 3Y4
(416) 367-6647 • (416) 361-7383
J. Mark Rodger, Partner
[email protected]
(416) 367-6190 • (416) 361-7088
www.blg.com
Legal
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP (BLG) Electricity
Markets Group consists of a team of
professionals who understand the business,
public policy, regulatory and financial issues
that arise in water power projects. Our clients
include independent power producers, project
developers, lenders and equity providers,
municipalities, local distribution companies and
regulators. BLG provides Ontario's water power
industry with a full range of cost-effective legal
services including:
•
Advice concerning OPA RFPs, Feed-in Tariff
Program and Power Purchase Agreements
• Advice concerning environmental assessments,
permitting, crown leases, water power leases
and real property matters
• Negotiation of construction and project
management agreements
• Establishing corporate structures for tax
efficient ownership of water power facilities
and project financings
• Advice on water power opportunities for
First Nations communities and arrangements
with First Nations
• Advice on government policy and regulatory
requirements
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Company
The Energy Boutique
Andrew Taylor
[email protected]
120 Adelaide Street West, Suite 2500
Toronto, Ontario M5H 1T1
Telephone
(416) 644-1568
Fax
(416) 367-1954
Website
Service
Description
www.energyboutique.ca
Legal Practitioner
On June 1, 2010, Andrew Taylor (former
partner of Ogilvy Renault LLP) started his own
energy regulatory practice where he continues
to represent clients before the Ontario Energy
Board and advise energy industry stakeholders.
Andrew Taylor is recognized by the energy
industry as an expert on regulatory matters.
He frequently appears as counsel before the
Energy Board, and has acted as counsel for
the Ontario Waterpower Association.
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Legal
Company
Fogler, Rubinoff LLP
Contact
Thomas Brett, Partner
[email protected]
77 King St W., Suite 3000, PO Box 95
Toronto Dominion Centre
Toronto, Ontario M5K 1G8
Telephone
(416) 941-8861
Fax
(416) 941-8852
Website
Service
Description
www.foglers.com
Legal
Fogler, Rubinoff LLP is a full service, one hundred
lawyer Toronto and Ottawa based business law
firm with a strong capacity in both energy and
environmental matters.
Foglers:
•
has recently obtained the first REA for
an Ontario Company;
•
has recently successfully supported that
REA in a challenge before the Environmental
Appeal Board;
•
acts for a First Nations Consortium in
the formation of a Transmission Company,
and representing a group of First Nations
on their minority investment in a $1.5 billion
hydro electric project;
•
acted as counsel to various municipalities,
developers, and public interests groups in
litigation relating to environmental issues.
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Company
Norton Rose Canada LLP
Richard King, Partner
[email protected]
Suite 3800, Royal Bank Plaza, 200 Bay St.
P.O. Box 84, Toronto, Ontario M5J 2Z4
Telephone
(416) 216-2311
Fax
(416) 216-3930
Website
Service
Description
www.nortonrose.com
Legal
Norton Rose Group is a leading international legal
practice. With more than 2900 lawyers, we offer
a full business law service to many of the world’s
pre-eminent financial institutions and corporations
from offices in Europe, Asia, Australia, Canada,
Africa, the Middle East, Latin America and Central
Asia. We are strong in financial institutions; energy;
infrastructure, mining and commodities; transport;
technology and innovation; and pharmaceuticals and
life sciences. Norton Rose Group comprises Norton
Rose LLP, Norton Rose Australia, Norton Rose Canada
LLP, Norton Rose South Africa (incorporated as
Deneys Reitz Inc.), and their respective affiliates.
We have extensive experience in the energy sector
advising clients across a wide range of matters
including finance and project finance, infrastructure/
P3, M&A, corporate and commercial, regulatory,
disputes, intellectual property and employment and
labour. Our specialist expertise in environmental and
aboriginal law allows us to provide our clients in the
water sector with a comprehensive and all-around
legal solution.
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Company
Contact
Torys LLP
Valerie Helbronner
[email protected]
Suite 3000, 79 Wellington St. W., Box 270
TD Centre, Toronto, Ontario M5K 1N2
Telephone
(416) 865-7516
Fax
(416) 865-7380
Website
www.torys.com
Service
Description
Legal
Torys is an international business law firm with
offices in Toronto and New York. The firm has
significant strengths in infrastructure and energy
projects and transactions, offering seamless
cross-border services on all aspects of structuring,
developing, constructing, financing, managing,
operating, buying and selling such projects.
The firm works with the full array of power
generation technologies, from hydro, nuclear,
coal and natural gas to wind, solar and other
renewables, as well as with transmission and
distribution of both electricity and natural gas.
The firm’s expertise extends to all types of
infrastructure asset classes, including ports,
tunnels, bridges, toll roads, rail projects, schools,
hospitals and airports.
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Fax
Website
Service
Description
Willms & Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP
Legal
Company
Juli Abouchar
Partner, Certified Environmental Law Specialist
•Named annually by her peers to Best Lawyers
in Canada, Energy Regulatory Law.
•Rated repeatedly and recommended in the
Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory, Aboriginal
Law and Environmental Law, 2012.
[email protected]
4 King Street West, Suite 900
Toronto, Ontario M5H 1B6
(416) 862-4836
(416) 863-1938
www.willmsshier.com
Environment ∙ Aboriginal ∙ Energy
Willms & Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP is Canada’s
leading environmental law firm. Willms & Shier has
represented industrial, municipal, institutional, First
Nations and Métis clients for more than 35 years.
Five of our lawyers are Environmental Law Specialists,
certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Willms & Shier works at the intersection of
environment, Aboriginal, natural resources and
energy law in the courts and before tribunals including
the Environmental Review Tribunal, the Ontario
Municipal Board and the Ontario Energy Board. Our
practice includes corporate due diligence, defence of
prosecutions, environmental and toxic tort litigation,
environmental assessment, Aboriginal consultation
agreements and Joint Ventures, environmental and
energy approvals, land use planning and all legal
aspects of contaminated site clean-up, redevelopment
and regulation.
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Ontario Waterpower Facts
A Key to Keeping Electricity Affordable
•Ontario’s existing facilities moderate provincial
electricity prices.
• Across Canada, the larger the percentage of
electricity that comes from waterpower, the lower
the residential price.
• Waterpower’s durability means future generations
will benefit from affordable waterpower, as we do today.
An Energy-efficient Source of Electricity
• The average facility converts kinetic energy to electric
energy at a rate of between 75% and 95%.
• A typical waterpower generating facility has a long
life cycle of between 75 and 100 years.
• The average energy payback ratio (energy required
vs. energy produced) is by far the highest among
all sources.
• Relative to other sources, the production of waterpower
could be considered a form of energy conservation.
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Coastal Hydropower Corporation
Neil Anderson, President
[email protected]
4299 Entrance Avenue, Ladysmith, BC V9G 1M8
Telephone
Contact
(250) 245-8676
Joe Slater, Project Manager, Ontario
[email protected]
Project Management
Company
#5, 200 Brock Street, Barrie, ON L9S 4H7
Telephone
Contact
(403) 863-5637
Joe Prendergast, Ontario Business Development
Consultant
[email protected]
Telephone
(705) 259-1664
Website
www.coastalhydropower.com
Service
Equipment – New Technology
Description
Coastal Hydropower Corporation is a private Canadian
company that was founded to develop hydro facilities
using new, highly efficient water turbine technologies.
Coastal’s focus is on the application of the Very Low
Head (VLH) turbine that was developed to alleviate
the high cost and environmental impact associated
with the construction of conventional hydro facilities.
The high efficiency of the VLH turbine, operating
in water flows that have inherently high capacity
factors compared to other renewable energy sources,
will allow Coastal to generate significant amounts
of long-term green energy into the power grid.
This technology represents a new segment of the
hydro industry that has virtually unlimited potential
and offers substantial benefits compared to other
conventional and renewable energy sources.
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Project Management
Company
Contact
Compass Renewable Energy Consulting Inc.
Jim MacDougall, P.Eng., President
[email protected]
Telephone
Service
Description
(416) 294-0803
Consulting, OPA, OEB, grid connections
20 years industry expertise in OPA procurement,
OEB regulatory proceedings, LDC connections
and overall government policy matters.
OPA procurement and contract support in FIT,
RESOP, HCI.
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Project Management
Company
Enisol Inc.
Fred Benzaquen
[email protected]
40 Nottingham Drive
Richmond Hill, Ontario L4S 1Z6
Telephone
Website
Service
(905) 780-9114
www.expertenergygroup.com
Waterpower site evaluations, feasibility studies,
operational profiling and simulation, project
management
Description
We are a group of skilled motivated individuals
who wish to make a contribution to the business
of producing and marketing electricity from
renewable resources in Ontario’s deregulated
market. We know the industry. We have
cooperative working relationships with the
OPA and IESO, and are in constant touch with
Provincial and Federal ministries concerned with
aspects of waterpower. We have 80+ years of
combined experience in the power utility world,
working with generators, wholesalers and clients.
We do our work in both official languages,
English and French.
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Project Management
Company
Contact
GDF SUEZ Canada Inc.
David Timm
[email protected]
105 Commerce Valley Drive West
Suite 410
Markham, ON L3T 7W3
Telephone
Website
Service
Description
416-502-0993 ext 234
www.gdfsuezna.com
Project Management, Electricity Generation
The GDF SUEZ group owns and/or operates
cogeneration, steam, and chilled water facilities,
representing a capacity of more than 14,000
MW of electricity generation, 6.0 million pounds
per hour of steam, and 42,000 tons per hour
of chilled water. Renewable fuels—wind, hydro,
and biomass—power 2527 of the facilities
in the portfolio. The company's natural gas
assets include an LNG receiving terminal in
Everett, Massachusetts, which currently meets
approximately 20 percent of New England's
annual gas demand.
GDF SUEZ Canada operates 374MW of renewable
assets and 110MW of natural gas, with an additional
307MW of renewable under construction.
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Project Management
Company
HDR Corporation
Karen Graham
[email protected]
100 York Blvd., Suite 300
Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 1J8
Telephone
(905) 882-4100 ext 5355
(905) 882-1557
Contact
Fiona Goodson
[email protected]
Telephone
Website
Service
Description
(604) 682-8119 ext 5829
www.hdrinc.com
Environmental, Engineering, Project Management
The push to expand renewable sources of energy
means that opportunities for hydropower have
never been greater. Federal incentives exist to
increase all aspects of hydropower generation. If you
have conventional hydropower resources or want
to explore a new pumped storage project or add
hydropower service at an existing non-hydro dam,
we can show you how to bring your project to reality.
Or if you are interested in emerging hydrokinetic
technologies, we can demonstrate how to make
such an endeavour possible and competitive.
Our multi-disciplinary teams of consulting, regulatory,
natural resources, engineering and construction
management professionals will take you from concept
through commissioning. The result is maximized
project value, optimized performance, minimized
regulatory and operating costs and managed risk.
With involvement at the highest levels of the
industry and a keen awareness of regional and
national developments, we can help you navigate
the challenges of your project.
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Project Management
Company
Contact
Imperium Energy Inc.
Larry Doran, President and CEO
[email protected]
139 Main Street, Suite 202A
Unionville, Ontario L3R 2G6
Telephone
Service
(905) 604-2554
Project management, Resource Identification,
Regulatory Guidance, Strategic Advice
and Planning, Risk Mitigation, Contractor
Pre-Qualification and Owner Representation
Services.
Description
Imperium Energy Inc. was established in 2004 with
the objective of providing expertise and strategic
advice to Developers, Municipalities, Community
Groups and the First Nations in the identification,
structuring, funding and development of energy
generation and transmission projects throughout
Ontario. Imperium Energy staff have over 40 years
of combined experience in the energy industry in
Ontario and have developed and managed over
$3 Billion in electrical generation and transmission
projects, including hydroelectric, photovoltaics,
wind power, landfill gas, co-generation and district
energy projects.
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Contact
Project Management
Company
Northern Ontario Power Co. Ltd.
Clary Gatien
[email protected]
162 Island Road
Whitefish, Ontario P0M 3E0
Telephone
Service
(705) 866-2514
Project Management
About 50 systems support all of Ontario’s
waterpower production. Fewer than a dozen
account for more than eighty percent.
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Project Management
Company
Contact
Planning Solutions Inc.
Karen Wianecki, Director of Practice
[email protected]
8 Buggey Lane
Ajax, Ontario L1Z 1X4
Telephone
(905) 428-6113
Fax
(905) 428-6113
Website
Service
www.e-planningsolutions.ca
Project Management, Mediation, Facilitation,
Stakeholder Engagement
Description
Established in 2000, Planning Solutions is
a professional firm providing specialized
consulting services in project management,
professional facilitation and environmental
mediation, research & report writing and
stakeholder engagement and dialogue.
The firm was established by Karen Wianecki,
M.Pl., MCIP, RPP – a planner, mediator and
facilitator with over 20 years of experience
in the field of planning, resource management
and dispute resolution.
Planning Solutions offers a number of
services, including:
· Resource Management Planning
· Program Evaluation
· Fact Finding & Report Writing
· Strategic Planning
· Environmental Mediation
· Public Consultation & Stakeholder Engagement
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Project Management
Company
Wolverine Hydro Inc.
Nelson Turcotte, President
[email protected]
36 Kapuskasing Dr.
Kapuskasing, Ontario P5N 1L5
Telephone
(705) 335-4098
Fax
(705) 337-0242
Service
Description
Project Management
A Professional Civil Engineer with over 23 years
experience in waterpower ownership, design,
operations and maintenance, project development
and construction management providing services
to the Waterpower Industry with abilities and
professional services in the area of:
1. Operations and Maintenance Management
of hydroelectric facilities
2. Project Development and Partnership
Development/Negotiations
3. Equity Sourcing
4. Construction Management – with a focus
on Mechanical and Electrical Installation
(Turbine/Generator and switchgear/
P&C installations)
5. Project Management – supplementing
existing team as a freelance
consultant/contract Project Manager
6. Owner’s Engineer/Representative
“My focus is Northern Ontario”
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Ontario Waterpower Facts
Realizing the Potential for Clean,
Renewable Waterpower
• An inventory of waterpower potential in Ontario identified
2,000 sites with basic hydraulic conditions (regularly
flowing water and change in elevation) to produce
waterpower energy.
• Just 200 sites are in production.
• Distance to the transmission grid, other natural resource
values, and the demand for renewable energy are
important factors in realizing waterpower potential.
Sustainable Energy: An Asset for the Future
• Like other natural resources, Ontario’s waterpower
resources must be managed and developed to meet
present needs and the requirements of future generations.
• The waterpower potential that remains in Ontario should
be treated as an asset that can continue to contribute
energy, now and in the future.
• Acknowledging and protecting this potential will
increase our energy options for the future.
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Aboriginal Relationships
Company
Camerado Energy Consulting Inc.
Rick Hendriks
[email protected]
Telephone
(905) 525-1874
Fax
(905) 525-7440
Website
Service
www.cameradoenergy.com
Environmental Consulting, Aboriginal
Relationships, Community Power
Description
Camerado Energy Consulting Inc. provides
management consulting, strategic planning,
research, negotiation, training, and public
consultation services to communities with
respect to energy planning, development
and conservation. We work with Aboriginal
communities, municipalities, community energy
cooperatives, and non-governmental organizations
to support collaborative community energy
planning, effective intervention in environmental
assessment and permitting processes, successful
negotiation and issues resolution with industry,
meaningful consultation with government, and
informed and consensus decision-making. Our
fundamental goal is to assist communities to
realize a more sustainable energy future. Our
fundamental challenge is to build trust, both
within communities and between communities,
industry, and governments.
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Aboriginal Relationships
Company
Contact
Fox High Impact Consulting
Michael Fox, President
[email protected]
690 Mountain Road
Thunder Bay, Ontario P7J 1C1
Telephone
Service
Description
(807) 577-6440
Project Management
Fox High Impact Consulting is a national
firm that specializes in Aboriginal processes,
participation, and partnership development
in the energy and mineral sectors. President
Michael Fox brings a wealth of experience in
structuring projects, partnerships and financing
from early stage engagement through later
stage formal consultation.
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KBM Resources Group
Contact
Peter Higgelke, President
[email protected]
349 Mooney Avenue
Thunder Bay, Ontario P7B 5L5
(807) 345-5445 ext 231
Contact
Karen Saunders, Associate, Resource Development
[email protected]
(807) 345-5445 ext 225
Website
Service
Description
Aboriginal Relationships
Company
www.kbm.on.ca
Consultants
KBM Forestry Consultants Inc. (KBM) was
established in 1973 to provide contract services
to government and industry in northern Ontario.
KBM’s long history in northern Ontario has
generated a weallth of experience and a unique
perspective for projects in this area.
Since 2003, we have dedicated resources to
the waterpower sector, including waterpower
development and water management planning.
KBM provides support to waterpower project
developers through the following services: project
management, water management planning,
environmental assessment and approvals
planning, stakeholder consultation, and Aboriginal
engagement and consultation.
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Aboriginal Relationships
Company
Contact
Telephone
Fax
Website
Service
Description
Lumos Energy, 20/20 Catalysts Program
& CAFÉ Impact Investing
Chris Henderson, President
[email protected]
428 Gilmour Street
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 0R8
(613) 562-2005
(613) 562-2008
www.lumosenergy.com
Project Management
Lumos Energy is Canada's leading Clean Energy
Advisor to Aboriginal communities. The company
headed by Chris Henderson is also the coordinator
of the 20/20 Catalysts Program, a clean energy
executive training program for Aboriginal leaders.
Lumos Energy, through Lumos Clean Energy
Capital, is the manager of the Canadian Aboriginal
Fund for Energy (CAFÉ) Impact Investing facility.
Lumos Energy is a value advisor to clean energy
technologies and projects, particularly in the areas of
biomass conversion and hydro power across Canada.
Lumos represents investor interests and enhances
management capacity in clean energy technology
companies scaling-up for market penetration. A
significant proportion of Lumos’ business activity
involves assisting Aboriginal Communities in
advancing their clean energy interests and force
partnerships with private sector energy firms.
Lumos also advises energy companies, utilities,
industrial corporations and local distribution
companies to develop clean energy projects. The
essence of Lumos’ advice seeks to accelerate the
speed of development of clean energy and ventures,
and optimize value for partners and investors.
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Aboriginal Relationships
Company
McLeod Wood Associates Inc.
Merv McLeod, Partner
[email protected]
125 St. George Street West
Fergus, Ontario N1M 1H8
Telephone
(519) 787-5119
Fax
(519) 787-5120
Website
Service
Description
www.mcleod-wood.com
Consulting
McLeod Wood Associates Inc. is a unique
management consulting firm, providing business
consulting, project management, First Nations and
government relations and negotiation services to
First Nations, private business, and governments.
MWA Inc. works with First Nation owned
organizations in developing, building, and operating
strong businesses that deliver sustained growth
and benefits back to the communities in an
efficient, effective manner.
MWA Inc. works with private firms to develop
and maintain relationships with First Nations’
communities. MWA Inc. also specializes in
facilitating partnerships between First Nation
groups, governments, and the private sector
with the aim of helping First Nation peoples.
Our work is focused on improving the socio-economic
conditions for all First Nations communities in which
we operate, through development of infrastructure,
human resources, businesses, and good governance
practices. We want to help our clients exceed their
own expectations.
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Aboriginal Relationships
Company
Contact
Telephone
Fax
Website
Service
Description
Mississauga First Nation
Keith Sayers, Lands and Resources Manager
[email protected]
P.O. Box 1299, Blind River, Ontario P0R 1B0
(705) 356-1621 ext 2236
(705) 356-1740
www.mississaugi.com
Aboriginal Lands and Resources
Lands and Resources program was developed
to ensure Mississauga First Nation develops the
capacity towards economic development in all facets
of Natural Resources disciplines. Mississauga First
Nation has a significant land base full of opportunities
in addition to opportunities within the traditional
lands. The Lands and Resources Program manages
16097 HA of Forest and Non-Forest Lands as a result
from a Land Settlement agreement with Canada.
In 2009, Mississauga First Nation membership had
ratified a Land Code that would remove Mississauga
First Nation from certain sections of the Indian Act
regarding Lands Management. This transition will
allow MFN to encourage more economic opportunities
through, land leasing.
Areas of economic development are: Renewable
Energy, Forestry, Hunting and Guiding Services,
Non-Timber Forest Products, and Industrial Park.
As part of the First Nations Lands Management, MFN
must also develop an Environmental Management Plan.
This process is a requirement as part of the agreement.
This process has allowed us build capacity to address
environmental concerns by establishing a process to
do Environmental Assessments, develop Environmental
Laws and to address EA Reports from Renewable
Energy developers as well as monitor the Land, Air and
Water within our immediate Land Base and Traditional
Lands. Lastly, MFN Lands and Resources will undertake
small contracts as it relates to the Natural Resources,
in all areas of sustainable management.
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Aboriginal Relationships
Company
mPower North
Marvin Pelletier
[email protected]
690 Mountain Road, Suite 200
Thunder Bay, Ontario P7J 1G8
Telephone
(807) 621-4255
Fax
(807) 577-6419
Renewable waterpower is strategically important
to the province’s energy mix – providing the
unique ability to store energy and produce it when
needed. Electricity demands change hourly, daily,
weekly and seasonally – and waterpower responds.
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Aboriginal Relationships
Company
Contact
Pic River First Nation
Byron Leclair, Economic Development Manager
[email protected]
Box 193 Heron Bay, Ontario P0T 1R0
Telephone
(807) 229-1749
Fax
(807) 229-1944
Website
www.picriver.com
Service
Description
Generator
The Pic River First Nation promotes
the development of a healthy, safe
and self-efficient community.
Waterpower was Ontario’s first source of
electricity. Since the days before confederation,
waterpower has helped fuel Ontario’s growth.
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Contact
Aboriginal Relationships
Company
Wabun Tribal Council
Shawn Batise, Executive Director
[email protected]
313 Railway Street
Timmins, Ontario P4N 2P4
Telephone
Fax
Service
Description
(705) 268-9066
(705) 268-8554
Generator
Wabun Tribal Council was incorporated October
1989 and started operations in Timmins April
1990. The Tribal Council was formed under
the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs
Canada (INAC) devolution policy to coordinate
and deliver services devolved from INAC to First
Nation communities at the local level. Wabun
Tribal Council is a First Nation organization
dedicated to delivering services devolved or
handed over from the federal and provincial
governments to First Nation communities.
Wabun’s main roles deal with the coordination
and delivering of services to six First Nation
communities in the Timmins area. The seven
First Nation communities of the Wabun Tribal
Council are: Beaverhouse, Brunswick House,
Chapleau Ojibwe, Matachewan, Mattagami,
Wahgoshig and Flying Post.
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Ontario’s Hourly Electricity Demand –
Megawatts
Summer (gray) and Winter (black)
Hour
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GreenBug Energy Inc.
Tony Bouk, Vice-President, Business Development
[email protected]
1645 Hwy #3
Delhi, Ontario N4B 2W6
Telephone
(519) 582-8563
Fax
(519) 582-2579
Contact
Emergent Technologies
Company
Mike Bouk, President
[email protected]
Telephone
Service
(519) 766-4518
Micro-Hydro Based on Archimedes Screw
Technology
Description
GreenBug Energy designs, engineers,
manufactures, assembles, installs, monitors
and maintains Archimedes Screw generators
for low head dam applications. It acquires and
develops sites for its own portfolio as well as
sells its systems and services to domestic and
international customers who wish to harness the
clean renewable waterpower in their backyards.
Project sizes can range from 1 kW to 100 kW.
Interesting fact: A 1 kW system, working
all 8,760 hours in a year, can power a small
home in Canada.
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Emergent Technologies
Company
T Tung Hydraulic and Renewable Energy
Technologies
Contact
Tony Tung, President
[email protected]
32 Burnview Cres.
Ottawa, Ontario K1B 3J3
Telephone
(613) 824-6010
Fax
(613) 824-6010
Service
Description
Small Hydro
Tony Tung, former Manager of Hydraulic Energy
Technology R&D at CANMET, Natural Resources
Canada (NRCan). Interested in helping industry to
promote small and low-head hydro technologies
including hydrokinetic and tidal power.
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Contact
Emergent Technologies
Company
Tweedsmuir
Alf Chaiton
[email protected]
441 Highcroft Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario K1Z 5J3
Telephone
Service
Description
(613) 729-6512
Generator
Tweedsmuir uses proprietary technology
to generate power from very low-head dams
(4 meters and less).
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Emergent Technologies
Company
Contact
Vigor Clean Tech Inc.
Jerry Enns
[email protected]
1633 Snyder’s Rd. E.
Petersburg, Ontario N0B 2H0
Contact
Brian Unrau
[email protected]
Contact
Dale Brubacher-Cressman
[email protected]
Telephone
(519) 279-4630
Fax
(519) 279-4631
Service
Description
Generator and Project Management
Vigor Clean Tech specializes in supply and
install of an in-conduit, vertical axis turbine
technology called “Northwest Powerpipe.”
This system utilizes energy found in water
from low head dam applications and water
transmission lines.
Niagara Falls comprises almost a quarter of
the installed waterpower capacity in Ontario.
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Contact
Water Power Group Limited Partnership
Mark Powell, President & CEO
[email protected]
406 - 215 Spadina Ave.
Centre for Social Innovation
Toronto, Ontario M5A 2B7
Contact
Colin Digout, CFO
[email protected]
Telephone
Emergent Technologies
Company
(416) 479-9792 ext 1
(416) 988-0050
Service
Small/Low Head Hydro
According to the International Energy Agency
waterpower is expected to grow worldwide
from 850 GW to 1425 GW by 2030 – at least
a $3 trillion growth opportunity.
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The Flexibility of Waterpower Production
Example: Typical January
Friday, January 27, 2006
6000
Production
(MW)
5000
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1000
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Noon
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Example: Typical May
Tuesday, May 23, 2006
6000
Production
(MW)
5000
4000
3000
2000
1000
0
6am
Noon
6pm
Midnight
Hour
Source: IESO
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Individuals
Contact
Brad Allemang
[email protected]
91 Wellington Street
Kitchener, Ontario N2H 5J7
Telephone
Contact
(519) 212-9282
Julian Reed
[email protected]
The Elms,
P.O. Box #2, Norval, Ontario L0P 1K0
Telephone
Contact
(905) 877-6410
Peter Nunan
[email protected]
2235 Begin St.
Thunder Bay, Ontario P7B 5L7
Telephone
(807) 623-8843
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Contact
Association of Power Producers of Ontario
Jake Brooks, Executive Director
[email protected]
25 Adelaide St. East, Suite 1602
Association
Company
Toronto, Ontario M5C 3A1
Contact
David Butters, President
[email protected]
Telephone
(416) 322-6549
Fax
(416) 481-5785
Website
Service
Description
www.appro.org
Association
APPrO is a non-profit organization representing
more than 100 companies involved in the
generation of electricity in Ontario, including
generators and suppliers of services, equipment
and consulting services. APPrO members produce
power from co-generation, hydro-electric, gas,
coal, nuclear, wind energy, waste wood and other
sources. APPrO’s members currently produce over
95% of the electricity made in Ontario.
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Association
Company
Contact
Biogas Association
Jennifer Green, President
[email protected]
275 Slater Street, Suite 900
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5H9
Telephone
Website
Service
Description
(613) 822-1004
www.biogasassociation.ca
Association
The Biogas Association is a member organization
that represents the collective voice of Ontario’s
growing biogas industry. It works diligently to
promote the development of biogas to its full
potential as a clean, green energy source in
Ontario by developing biogas opportunities on
farms and municipalities, helping shape biogas
policy, creating networks, and offering guidance
and assistance to members.
This industry association captures the full
breadth of interest and support in the biogas
sector, including farmers, technology suppliers,
financial and learning institutions, consulting
firms, the waste industry, affiliate organizations,
and students.
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Company
Contact
The Canadian Centre for Energy Information
Katie Mouritzen
[email protected]
Suite 1600, 800-6 Avenue SW
Calgary, Alberta T2P 3G3
Telephone
Toll Free
Fax
Website
Description
(403) 263-7722
in North America (877) 606-4636
Other Organizations
•
(403) 237-6286
www.centreforenergy.com
The Canadian Centre for Energy Information is
a non-profit organization created in 2002 to meet
an urgent need for information on all aspects
of the Canadian energy system from crude
oil, natural gas, coal, hydroelectric power and
geothermal generation through to nuclear, solar,
wind and other sources of energy, as well as
energy transmission and distribution systems, and
energy end use. Their aim is to provide accurate,
timely, relevant information about Canada’s
energy system in an effort to foster greater
awareness and understanding of Canada’s energy
system and energy-related issues. Developed for
North American audiences, the Centre for Energy
provides easy access to complete, comprehensive,
and credible information on the Canadian energy
system. They believe an informed and educated
public better understands and supports energy
policy and regulatory choices, makes better
business decisions related to energy, chooses
careers in energy, invests in energy and uses
energy more wisely.
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Association
Company
Contact
Canadian Dam Association
Don Butcher, Executive Director
[email protected]a.ca
3-1750 The Queensway #1111
Toronto, Ontario M9C 5H5
Telephone
(416) 255-7076
Website
www.cda.ca
Service
Association
Description
The Canadian Dam Association is a group
of Owners, Operators, Regulators, Consultants
and Suppliers interested in dams and resevoirs.
The CDA provides a forum for the exchange of
ideas and experience in the field of dam safety,
public safety and protection of the environment.
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Contact
Canadian Hydropower Association
Jacob Irving, President
[email protected]
1402 - 150 rue Metcalfe St.
Association
Company
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 1P1
Telephone
Fax
Website
Service
Description
(613) 751-6655 ext 3
(613) 751-4465
www.canadahydro.ca
Association
Founded in 1998, the Canadian Hydropower
Association (CHA) is the national trade
association dedicated to representing the
interests of the hydropower industry. Its
members span the breadth of the industry and,
with close to 50 members, include hydropower
producers, manufacturers, developers,
engineering firms, organizations and individuals
interested in the field of hydropower. CHA
members represent more than 95% of the
hydropower capacity in Canada.
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Association
Company
Contact
Canadian Wind Energy Association
Robert Hornung, President
[email protected]
#710, 1600 Carling Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario K1Z 1G3
Telephone
(613) 234-8716
Fax
(613) 234-5642
Website
www.canwea.ca
Service
Description
Association
By harnessing a naturally occurring resource,
CanWEA believes that wind energy can meet
Canada’s growing energy needs, reduce our
dependence on fossil fuels, and result in
significant environmental benefits. On behalf
of its members, CanWEA: Advances Policy
Development, Provides Information, Offers
Leadership, Serves as an Advocate, Supports
the Industry and Forms Strategic Alliances.
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Electricity Distributors Association
Charlie Macaluso, President and CEO
[email protected]
3700 Steeles Avenue West, Suite 1100
Association
Company
Vaughan, Ontario L4L 8K8
Telephone
(905) 265-5300
Fax
(905) 265-5301
Website
Service
Description
www.eda-on.ca
Association
The Electricity Distributors Association (EDA)
is the voice of Ontario’s local electricity
distributors, the publicly and privately owned
companies that safely and reliably deliver
electricity to over four million Ontario homes,
businesses and public institutions.
The EDA provides its members with advocacy
and representation in the legislative and
regulatory environment and the electricity
market in Ontario.
Their mission is to provide local electricity
distribution companies with the valued industry
knowledge, networking opportunities and
collective action vital to the business success
of each member.
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Other Organizations
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Company
Contact
Energy Council of Canada
Greg Schmidt, President
[email protected]
350 Sparks St., Suite 608
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 7S8
Telephone
(613) 232-8239
Cell
(403) 470-1411
Fax
(613) 232-1079
Website
Service
Description
www.energy.ca
Association
The Energy Council of Canada is the Canadian
national member of the World Energy Council,
and is made up of representatives from all
facets of Canada’s energy sector. With over
75 members from Canada’s energy sector,
they are a non-profit organization dedicated
to enhancing the effectiveness of their national
energy strategy. The Energy Council of Canada
is a vehicle for strategic thinking, networking
and action by senior executives in the private
and public sectors who have a broad interest in
national, continental and global energy issues.
The Energy Council seeks to forge a better
understanding of energy issues, in order to
optimally shape the energy sector for the benefit
of all Canadians.
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Company
Ontario Environment Industry Association
(ONEIA)
Contact
Marjan Lahuis, Operations Manager
[email protected]
215 Spadina Avenue, Suite 410
Toronto, Ontario M5T 2C7
Contact
Alex Gill, Executive Director
Other Organizations
•
[email protected]
Telephone
Website
Service
Description
(416) 531-7884
www.oneia.ca
Association
The Ontario Environment Industry Association
(ONEIA) is a business association that represents
the interests of the environment industry sector.
The sector is comprised of over 3,000 environment
companies in Ontario, which cover a number of
subsectors: pollution prevention, environment
management systems (ISO 14000), water and
air pollution control, toxic waste management,
reduction, reuse, recycling, environmental
engineering, environmental measurements and
analysis (e.g. labs and GIS), environmental audits
and assessments, environmental law, energy
efficiency and renewable energy, water use
efficiency and soil and sediment remediation.
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Association
Company
Ontario First Nations Economic Developers
Association
Contact
Curtis Assance
[email protected]
5905 Hwy. 540
P.O. Box 361
M’Chigeeng, Ontario P0P 1G0
Telephone
(705) 377-4333
Fax
(705) 377-4011
Website
Service
Description
www.ofneda.com
Association
The Ontario First Nations Economic Developers
Association (OFNEDA) was created in 2008 to
help stimulate economic growth for Ontario’s
First Nations. Our goal is to generate and support
economic and business development activities in
order to formulate policies and initiatives aimed
at tackling the economic challenges facing our
communities. OFNEDA’S members represent a group
of professionals with a common goal of enabling
and fostering economic development in First Nation
communities. Aboriginal economic development has
finally hit centre stage and is now at the forefront
of Aboriginal issues in Canada. We are building
partnerships and growing our membership in order
to continue showcasing the positive economic
development success stories from across the country.
Our people need to be poised to manage change,
and OFNEDA is excited to help First Nations and
our economic development professionals lead the
way in Ontario and across Canada.
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Contact
Ontario Sustainable Energy Association
[email protected]
Telephone
(416) 977-4441
Fax
(416) 977-4441
Website
Service
Description
Association
Company
www.ontariosea.org
Association
The Ontario Sustainable Energy Association
(OSEA) is a respectedadvocate, facilitator
and business catalyst bringing the public,
commercial and community sustainable energy
sector and their supporters together to address
emerging trends and the development of
healthy, prosperous and ecologically sustainable
communities across Ontario.
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Ontario Waterpower Facts
Waterpower Facility Location
r
Northwestern
Ontario
Northeastern
Ontario
Conservation
Other
enewables
Southern Ontario
Waterpower Facilities: Years in Production
> 100 Years
< 10 MW
0 to 25
Years
75 to 100
Years
25 to 50 Years
50 to 75 Years
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Association of Iroquois
and Allied Indians
387 Princess Ave.
London, Ontario N6B 2A7
Tel: (519) 434-2761
Fax: (519) 679-1653
www.aiai.on.ca
Bimose Tribal Council
598 Lakeview Drive
Kenora, Ontario P9N 3P7
Tel: (807) 468-5551
Fax: (807) 468-3908
Chiefs of Ontario Council
Fort Williams First Nations
RR #4, Suite 101, 90 Anemki Dr.
Thunder Bay, Ontario P7J 1A5
Tel: (807) 626-9339
Fax: (807) 626-9404
Grand Council Treaty #3
P.O. Box 1720
Kenora, Ontario P9N 3X7
Tel: (807) 548-4214
Fax: (804) 548-5054
Toll Free: (800) 665-3384
www.gct3.net
Independent First Nations
Alliance
98 King Street
Sioux Lookout, Ontario P0V 2T0
Tel: (807) 737-1902
Keewaytinook Okimakanak
Tribal Council
(The Northern Chiefs’ Council)
8 Mine Road, P.O. Box 340
Balmertown, Ontario P0V 1C0
Tel: (807) 735-1381
Fax: (807) 735-1383
Toll Free: (800) 387-3740
Kenora Chiefs Advisory
P.O. Box 349
Kenora, Ontario P9N 3X4
Tel: (807) 467-8144
Fax: (807) 467-2656
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Aboriginal Organizations and Tribal Councils
Assembly of First Nations
Trebla Building
473 Albert Street, Suite 900
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 5B4
Tel: (613) 241-6789
Fax: (613) 241-5808
Toll Free: (866) 869-6789
www.afn.ca
Fort Frances Chiefs
Secretariat
Site 206-39
R.R. #2 Fort Frances, Ontario
P9A 3M3
Tel: (807) 274-5899
Fax: (807) 274-5949
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Anishinaabeg of
Kabapikotawangag
Resources Council
P.O. Box 237
Sioux Narrows, Ontario
P0X 1N0
Tel: (807) 226-4445
Fax: (807) 226-4459
www.akrc.on.ca
Key Contacts
Aboriginal Organizations and Tribal Councils
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Matawa First Nations:
Chiefs’s Council
233 S. Court Street, 2nd Floor
Thunder Bay, Ontario P7B 2X9
Tel: (807) 344-4575
Fax: (807) 344-2977
Métis Nation of Ontario
500 Old St. Patrick St, Unit 3
Ottawa, Ontario K1N 9G4
Tel: (613) 798-1488
Toll Free: (800) 263-4889
Fax: (613) 722-4225
www.metisnation.org
Mushkegowuk Tribal Council
P.O. Box 370
Moose Factory, Ontario POL 1W0
Tel: (705) 658-4222
Fax: (705) 658-4250
Nishnawbe-Aski Nation
100 Back St., Unit #200
Thunder Bay, Ontario P7J 1L2
David Paul Achneepineskum,
Executive Director
Tel: (807) 623-8228
Fax: (807) 623-7730
Toll Free: (800) 465-9952
www.nan.on.ca
North Shore Tribal Council
Serpent River First Nation
195 Village Rd.
Cutler, Ontario POP 1B0
Tel: (705) 844-2418
Fax: (705) 844-2757
Ogemawahj Tribal Council
P.O. Box 46, 5984 Rama Road
Rama, Ontario LOK 1T0
Tel: (705) 329-2511
Fax: (705) 329-2509
Ontario Métis and
Aboriginal Association
203 Hardisty Street
Thunder Bay, Ontario
P7C 3G8
Tel: (807) 622-5249
Fax: (807) 285-5365
www.omaa.org
Paawidigong First Nations
Forum
Northern Region of Treaty
No. 3 Territory
P.O. Box 326
Dryden, Ontario P9N 2Z1
Tel: (807) 937-4618
Fax: (807) 937-2025
Pwi-Di-Goo-Zing-Ne-YaaZhing Tribal Council
P.O. Box 128
Fort Frances, Ontario P9A 3M5
Tel: (807) 274-2416
Fax: (807) 274-2416
Shibogama First Nations
Council
81 King Street, P.O. Box 449
Sioux Lookout, Ontario P8T 1A5
Tel: (807) 737-2662
Fax: (807) 737-1583
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Wabun Tribal Council
313 Railway Street
Timmins, Ontario P4N 2P4
Tel: (705) 268-9066
Fax: (705) 268-8554
www.wabun.on.ca
Windigo First Nations
Council
P.O. Box 299
160 Alcona Dr.
Sioux Lookout, Ontario
P8T 1A3
Tel: (807) 737-1585
Toll Free: (800) 465-3621
Fax: (807) 737-3133
www.windigo.on.ca
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Aboriginal Organizations and Tribal Councils
Union of Ontario Indians
Nipissing First Nation
P.O. Box 711
North Bay, Ontario P1B 8J8
Tel: (705) 497-9127
Toll Free: (877) 702-5200
Fax: (705) 497-9135
www.anishinabek.ca
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United Chiefs and Councils
of Manitoulin
Box 275, 1110 Highway 551
M'Chigeeng, Ontario POP 1G0
Tel: (705) 377-5307
Fax: (705) 377-5309
Waabnoong Bemjiwang
Association of First Nations
General Delivery
Pickerel, Ontario POG 1J0
Tel: (705) 857-0442
Fax: (705) 857-0447
Key Contacts
Southern First Nations
Secretariat
22361 Austin Line
Bothwell, Ontario N0P 1C0
Tel: (519) 692-5868
Toll Free: (800) 668-2609
Fax: (519) 692-5976
http://sfns.on.ca
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Provincial and Federal Government
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Key Contacts
Key Contacts
Ministry of the
Environment
Fisheries
Canada
Central Region
8th floor, 5775 Yonge St.
North York, Ontario M2M 4J1
(416) 326-6700
200 Kent Street
13th Floor, Station 13E228
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0E6
Tel: (613) 993-0999
Facsimile: (613) 990-1866
TTY: 1-800-465-7735
Burlington District
(905) 639-0188
Peterborough District
(705) 750-0269
Prescott District
(613) 925-2865
Sarnia District
(519) 383-1813
Northern Ontario District
Parry Sound, Sudbury, Sault Ste.
Marie, Thunder Bay and Kenora
(705) 746-2196
Eastern Region
1259 Gardiners Road
P.O. Box 22032
Kingston, Ontario K7M 8S5
(613) 549-4000
Northern Region
3rd floor, Suite 331
435 James St. South
Thunder Bay, Ontario P7E 6S7
(807) 475-1205
Southwestern Region
733 Exeter Road
London, Ontario N6E 1L3
(519) 873-5000
West Central Region
12th floor, Ellen Fairclough Bldg.
119 King St. West
Hamilton, Ontario L8P 4Y7
(905) 521-7640
and
Oceans
Independent Electricity
System Operator
Suite 410, 655 Bay St.
Station A, P.O. Box 4474
Toronto, Ontario M5W 4E5
(905) 403-6900
Ontario Energy Board
Ministry
of
Finance
33 King Street W., 3rd Floor
Oshawa, Ontario L1H 8H5
(905) 433-5717
(905) 436-4511
www.fin.gov.on.ca
Suite 2601, 2300 Yonge St.
P.O. Box 2319
Toronto, Ontario M4P 1E4
(416) 481-1967
Ontario Power Authority
Suite 1600, 120 Adelaide St. W.
Toronto, Ontario M5H 1T1
(416) 967-7474
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Natural Resources
Northeast Region
Wawa District
48 Mission Rd., P.O. Box 1160
Wawa, Ontario P0S 1K0
(705) 856-2396
Northwest Region
Hearst District
613 Front Street, P.O. Box 670
Hearst, Ontario P0L 1N0
(705) 362-4346
Kirkland Lake District
10 Government Road E.
P.O. Box 910
Kirkland Lake, Ontario
P2N 3K4
(705) 568-3222
North Bay District
3301 Trout Lake Road
North Bay, Ontario P1A 4L7
(705) 475-5550
Sault Ste. Marie District
64 Church Street
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
P6A 3H3
(705) 949-1231
Dryden District
479 Government Road
P.O. Box 730
Dryden, Ontario P8N 2Z4
(807) 223-3341
Fort Frances District
922 Scott Street
Fort Frances, Ontario P9A 1J4
(807) 274-5337
Kenora District
808 Robertson Street
P.O. Box 5080
Kenora, Ontario P9N 3X9
(807) 468-2501
Provincial and Federal Government
Cochrane District
2 Third Avenue, P.O. Box 730
Cochrane, Ontario P0L 1C0
(705) 272-4365
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Chapleau District
190 Cherry Street
Chapleau, Ontario P0M 1K0
(705) 864-1710
Timmins District
Hwy. 101E, P.O. Bag 3090
South Porcupine, Ontario
P0N 1H0
(705) 235-1300
Key Contacts
Ministry
Nipigon District
5 Wadsworth Drive
P.O. Box 970
Nipigon, Ontario P0T 2J0
(807) 887-5000
Sudbury District
3767 Hwy. 69 S., Suite 5
Sudbury, Ontario P3G 1E7
(705) 564-7823
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Key Contacts
Red Lake District
227 Howey Street
P.O. Box 5003
Red Lake, Ontario P0V 2M0
(807) 727-2253
Sioux Lookout
49 Prince Street, P.O. Box 309
Sioux Lookout, Ontario
P8T 1A6
(807) 737-1140
Thunder Bay
435 James St. S., Suite B001
Thunder Bay, Ontario P7E 6S8
(807) 475-1471
Southern Region
Aurora District
50 Bloomington Road W.
Aurora, Ontario L4G 3G8
(905) 713-7400
Aylmer District
353 Talbot St. W.
Aylmer, Ontario N5H 2S8
(519) 773-9241
Kemptville District
P.O. Bag 2002, Concession Rd.
Kemptville, Ontario K0G 1J0
(613) 258-8204
Midhurst District
2284 Nursery Road
Midhurst, Ontario L0L 1X0
(705) 725-7500
Parry Sound District
7 Bay Street
Parry Sound, Ontario P2A 1S4
(705) 746-4201
Peterborough District
P.O. Box 7000
1st Floor South Tower
Peterborough, Ontario K9J 8M5
(705) 755-2001
Pembroke District
31 Riverside Drive
Pembroke, Ontario K8A 8R6
(613) 732-3661
Bancroft District
106 Monck St., P.O. Box 500
Bancroft, Ontario K0L 1C0
(613) 332-3940
Guelph District
1 Stone Road W.
Guelph, Ontario N1G 4Y2
(519) 826-4955
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9 1149377 Ontario Ltd.
17 Casselman Generating Station
10 635294 Ontario Inc.
62 The Chant Group
97 4DM Inc.
125 Coastal Hydropower
109 Access Capital Corp.
Corporation
98 AECOM
126 Compass Renewable Energy 115 Aird & Berlis LLP
Consulting Inc.
11 Algonquin Power
77 Corbu Consulting Inc.
59 Allied Power Controls
110 Corpfinance International
60 Andritz Hydro Canada Inc.
Limited
153 Association of Power Producers 18 Current River Hydro
of Ontario
Partnership
12 Axor Group Inc.
Index
Page
78 Dessau
75 Baird
100 Dillon Consulting
116 Bennett Jones LLP
63 Diving Services
154 Biogas Association
101 Ecofish Research Ltd.
117 Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
159 Electricity Distributors
118 Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Association
99 Bowfin Environmental
19 Elliott Falls Power Corporation
Consulting Inc.
20 Enerdu Power Systems Ltd.
13 Bracebridge Generation Ltd.
119 The Energy Boutique
151 Brad Allemang
160 Energy Council of Canada
14 Brookfield Renewable Power
21 Energy Ottawa Inc.
135 Camerado Energy Consulting
127 Enisol Inc.
Inc.
120 Fogler, Rubinoff LLP
155 The Canadian Centre for
22 Fortis Properties Corporation
Energy Information
136 Fox High Impact
156 Canadian Dam Association
Consulting
61 Canadian Hydro Components 79 Galt Green Energy
Ltd.
128 GDF SUEZ Canada Inc.
15 Canadian Hydro Developers/
23 Gemini Power
TransAlta Corporation
80 Genivar
157 Canadian Hydropower
24 Goldcorp Inc.
Association
81 Golder Associates Ltd.
76 Canadian Projects Limited
25 Grand River Conservation
158 Canadian Wind Energy
Authority
Association
26 Gravel Power Corp.
16 Capstone Infrastructure
145 GreenBug Energy Ltd.
Corporation
27 H2O Power LP
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82 Hatch Ltd.
103 Natural Resource Solutions 129 HDR Corporation
Inc.
28 Horizon Hydro Inc.
66 Norcan Hydraulic Turbine Inc.
29 Hydro One Remote
131 Northern Ontario Power Co. Ltd.
Communities Inc.
121 Norton Rose Canada LLP
30 Hydromega Services Inc.
93 OEL-HydroSys, a division
84 Hydro Tech Inc.
of BLUMETRIC
85 IBI Group (Canada) Limited
ENVIRONMENTAL INC.
130 Imperium Energy Inc.
161 Ontario Environment Industry 31 Innergex Renewable Energy
Association
32 Jancal Power Ltd.
162 Ontario First Nations Economic
33 Joyrun Farms Inc.
Developers Association
151 Julian Reed
41 Ontario Power Generation
34 Kagawong Power Incorporated
163 Ontario Sustainable Energy
35 Kapuskasing Economic
Association
Development Corporation
42 Orillia Power Corporation
137 KBM Resources Group
104 Ortech Consulting Inc.
86 KGS Group Incorporated
67 Ossberger Canada Inc.
87 Kinectrics Inc.
43 Parry Sound Powergen
88 Kleinschmidt
Corporation
89 Knight Piésold Ltd.
68 PCL Constructors Canada Inc.
36 Lizard Creek Power Inc.
44 Peterborough Utilities Inc.
37 Long Slide Power
69 Peter Kiewit Infrastructure Co.
138 Lumos Energy
151 Peter Nunan
111 Martin Merry & Reid Limited
142 Pic River First Nation
64 Mavel Americas, Inc.
132 Planning Solutions Inc.
90 McGhee-Krizsan Limited
45 Power Limited Partnership
139 McLeod Wood Associates Inc.
46 Quinte Conservation Authority
112 The MEARIE Group
47 Regional Power Inc.
65 Méga-Pro Énergie Inc.
48 Renfrew Power Generation Inc.
140 Mississauga First Nation
70 Rodney Hunt/Fontaine/VAG
38 Mississippi River Power Corp.
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40 Northland Power
83 Hydrosys Consultants Inc.
71 Sealogic Innovations Corp.
102 MMM Group Limited
105 SENES Consultants Limited
91 MOBEC Engineering
49 Serpent River Power
141 mPower North
Corporation
39 Multistream Power
50 Shaman Power Corporation
92 MWH Canada Inc.
72 Siemens Canada Limited
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106 SLR Consulting (Canada) Ltd.
94 SNC-Lavalin Inc.
51 South River Power Generation Corporation
52 St. Catharines Hydro
Generation Inc.
107 Stantec Consulting
53 St. Lawrence Seaway
Management Corporation
54 Timber Run Hydropower
Consultation
146 T Tung Hydraulic and
Renewable Energy
Technologies
122 Torys LLP
95 Trelleborg Sealing Solutions Canada
113 Tribute Resources Inc.
147Tweedsmuir
55 Vale Canada Inc.
148 Vigor Clean Tech Inc.
143 Wabun Tribal Council
149 Water Power Group Limited
Partnership
73 Weir Power & Industrial
96 W.E. Morton Civil Engineering Ltd.
108 WESA, a division of BLUMETRIC
ENVIRONMENTAL INC.
123 Willms & Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP
56 Windeau Investments Inc.
133 Wolverine Hydro Inc.
74 Woodbridge Constructors Inc.
57 Xeneca Power Development
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What is most important to
you in electricity choices?
What is most important to you in electricity choices?
14%
It is produced
locally
22%
It comes from
a renewable
form of energy
18%
It is made
in Ontario
26%
21%
It is affordable
It is reliable
Public Outreach and Engagement
Over the summer of 2012, the OWA initiated a public outreach
campaign to gauge the public's awareness and understanding
of the waterpower industry.
In total, the OWA made direct contact with more than 200
people at these events, more than two-thirds of whom took the
time to complete a brief survey. Respondents were asked to
indicate what was most important to them in terms of the core
product – electricity. As indicated in the figure, the response
indicates strong synergy with the attributes of waterpower affordable, reliable, renewable.
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