Waterpower is one of the cleanest and most economical sources of electricity. It is a proven critical resource for the sustainability of a balanced electricity system.


    Wind energy is also a fast-growing source of electricity generation and helps reducing our dependence on non-renewable fuels.


    Solar energy is a renewable resource that is free, environmentally friendly and readily available. Solar energy does not pollute, operates silently, and can be used in many ways - to provide heat, lighting, mechanical power and electricity.

    Sunlight is converted to electricity using photovoltaic (PV) solar cells. PV cells are usually bundled together in modules or panels to produce higher voltages and increased power.


    Most sources of bioenergy include residual materials from forestry operations that are left to decay on the forest floor, waste matter from agricultural production and animal livestock activities, and by-products of food-processing operations.

    The potential energy of these materials is lost as methane gas is slowly released into the environment. Fortunately, technologies now exist to use this energy without interfering with commercial production processes.

The Greenpower Group was founded for the purpose of developing technologies and energy parks involved in the generation of green energy and the reduction of greenhouse gases in our atmosphere. By following our lead, you too can contribute to a healthier environment...


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Along with waterpower, wind energy is one of the oldest forms of power generation. Although relatively new to Canada, its two largest wind farms located in the Province of Ontario generate nearly 1,200 megawatts, and more projects are on the way to provide additional clean energy to the grid.