Author: Kathi Kramer

Welcome Andrea Biddle

Green Cat Renewables Canada is pleased to announce that Andrea Biddle has accepted the position of Graduate Renewable Energy Consultant. Andrea’s experience with a flow battery start-up as process engineer sparked her interest in integrating energy storage projects and hybrid renewable energy projects.  She has worked as a project coordinator in the Carbon Credit market […]

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Unwind with Green Cat

UNWIND with Green Cat Renewables October 9th at Cowboys Dance Hall, Calgary. The Green Cat team looks forward to reconnecting with our colleagues and connecting with those new to the renewable energy space. We are proud to once again sponsor the Renewables UnWind event and invite you to join us. For more information visit: Renewables […]

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Arctic Development Expo

The Green Cat team is excited to be in Inuvik this week to attend the Arctic Development Expo, and to speak about our current projects in the Northern Territories @townofinuvik @gnwt #renewables #renewableenergy #arcticliving #cleanenergy #engineering https://www.arcticdevelopmentexpo.com/conference-tradeshow …

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Welcome Rami El Borini

Green Cat Renewables Canada is pleased to announce  Rami El Borini, P. Eng., MBA hasaccepted the position of Lead Electrical Engineer.  Rami has worked in multiple jurisdictions, from the Middle East, United States and Canada, working on projects from energy generation to large industrial users, conducting a broad range of tasks such asfault analysis, grounding […]

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Green Cat invests in Eneus Energy

Green Cat Renewables invests in Eneus Energy and the development of a pipeline of ammonia production sites powered by renewable energy.  Transmission and distribution costs can be double the cost of hydrogen production, so transport and storage costs for green ammonia will make hydrogen more competitive…. read more #ClimateAction #greenammonia #renewableenergy #power #decarbonisation #cleanenergy

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Southern Alberta Energy Forum

May 15, 2019 Fort Macleod, Alberta.  Members of the Green Cat team, in conjunction with Pembina Institute and the Municipal Climate Change Action Centre will be on hand at Fort Macleod Town Hall to discuss renewable energy, energy storage, and community opportunities.  Read more.  

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UnWind with GreenCat

UNWIND with Green Cat Renewables May 7th – Cowboys Dance Hall, Calgary in conjunction with CANSIA May 8-9th, 2019. The Green Cat team looks forward to reconnecting with our colleagues and connecting with those new to the renewable energy space. We are proud to once again sponsor the Renewables UnWind event and invite you to […]

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