Author: Green Cat Renewables

Cost of energy – How do renewable technologies compare?

The global costs of generating electricity from alternative energy technologies continue to steeply decline – the levelized cost of energy for both utility-scale solar PV and onshore wind technologies are down approximately 6% from the previous year. This article provides an insight into trends observed in average costs of energy over the last decade http://www.businessinsider.com/solar-power-cost-decrease-2018-5

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Issue 01: What is Community Renewable Energy?

What is Community Renewable Energy? Community Renewable Energy is a term which defines energy producing facilities that are owned and operated locally, or which are sited on community land. Ultimately providing benefits to the host community via renewable sources; such as solar, wind, hydro or biofuels. The term ‘community’ can include a wide variety of […]

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Green Light for Innisfail Solar

Fantastic to see the Innisfail community solar project reach a major milestone this week. We are looking forward to supporting Temporis Developments on the project with the AUC permitting and engineering design https://www.innisfailprovince.ca/article/lease-deal-reached-future-solar-farm-20180501  

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Welton of Creuchies Completion

Green Cat delighted to see the Welton of Creuchies Wind Farm up and running Spring 2018 This project was the first of its kind sharing grid connection infrastructure with a neighbouring project to reduce both capital costs and use of system charges. The project is a joint venture with a local landowner who is the […]

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A Visit to House O’Hill

Our lead Civil Engineer Thomas Malinowski, P. Eng., PMP had the opportunity to spend a few weeks in Scotland recently for training with our UK engineering team. During the trip there were a number of visits scheduled to a variety of our ongoing and completed project sites including the House O’Hill site pictured below. House O’Hill is […]

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