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Welcome Paul Mueller

Green Cat Renewables is pleased to welcome Paul Mueller to the team. Paul is an Electrical E.I.T. who will bring a project from design to implementation with enthusiasm. His recent years in power and energy was built on a foundation developed at the University of Calgary with a keen interest in renewables through the student […]

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Welcome Jeremy Chan

Green Cat Renewables is pleased to welcome Jeremy Chan to the team. Jeremy graduated from the University of Calgary with a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and always had an interest in sustainable design. Jeremy will be supporting our clients with a range of technical aspects in renewable energy and power generation projects including wind, […]

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Welcome Ramy Kamel

Green Cat Renewables is delighted to welcome Ramy Kamel to the Calgary team as Lead Civil Engineer. Ramy is a registered multi-disciplined Professional Civil Engineer (P.Eng./P.E.) in several jurisdictions across Canada and the USA (Engineers Yukon, PEO, EGBC, and California). He has over 20 years of practical experience in design, construction, and management of municipal, […]

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We are hiring – Junior EIT

To support our ongoing growth in North America, the Calgary team seeks a Junior engineering (EIT) professional, with 1-4 years of industry experience and a keen interest in renewable and sustainable energy. Individuals with experience in acoustics and noise modeling are encouraged to apply. The Role Includes:  -Providing technical consulting support on a range of […]

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Welcome Justin Lee

Green Cat Renewables is continuing to grow our team and would like to introduce our newest recruitment, Justin Lee, who recently graduated from the University of Alberta with a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. Justin has always had a keen interest in renewable energy and is excited to help advance the North American cleantech industry. […]

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Welcome Alex Van Horne

Green Cat Renewables Canada  would like to introduce the most recent addition to our Calgary team. Alex Van Horne joins the Calgary team as a Project Manager and regulatory specialist.  Alex currently supports our clients with the regulatory permitting of renewable and alternative generation projects, including wind, solar, energy storage and green hydrogen development projects. […]

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Webinar: Management of Engineering Services for Renewable Energy

Please join us this Thursday, March 25, 2021, as Green Cat Renewables Canada Corporation and PRI Engineering will be co hosting an online webinar related to streamlining procurement, engineering services and construction management within the clean energy sector. Our Calgary team will be represented by Rami EL Borini and Calum MacLennan who will be discussing best practices and how to avoid common pitfalls. […]

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Welcome Sean McCaffrey

Green Cat Renewables Canada  would like to introduce the most recent addition to our Calgary team. Sean  McCaffrey  is joining our Engineering team as an Electrical Designer and will be supporting our clients with electrical design and drafting across wind, solar, energy storage and green hydrogen development projects. Sean holds a Diploma in Electrical Engineering […]

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We are hiring – Graduate Engineer

Graduate Engineer To support our ongoing growth in Western Canada, the Calgary team seeks a recent graduate in engineering with a keen interest in renewable and sustainable energy. The Role  Providing technical consulting support on a range of renewable energy and power generation projects, including wind, solar and battery energy storage. Studies will include: Noise […]

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Welcome Jaimie Slana

Green Cat Renewables Canada is pleased to announce that Jaimie Slana has accepted the position of Project Manager, and will be primarily leading projects at the regulatory permitting phase. Jaimie holds a Master’s degree in Sustainable Energy Development from the University of Calgary as well as Bachelor degrees in Biology and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). […]

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