Category: Community

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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We Are Hiring – Lead Electrical Engineer

POSTING CLOSED – thank you to all the applicants, select candidates will be contacted during late March and asked to interview during early April. To support our ongoing growth in Western Canada, the Calgary team is currently seeking a Lead Electrical Engineer. The Role Lead all electrical engineering requirements, while providing support to other project […]

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Forward Summit Feb 26-28, 2019

Green Cat is excited to be a part of the Forward Summit this week in Calgary at the TELUS Convention Centre. An event focused on a national, cross-industry discussion to drive meaningful change and strengthen relationships between Indigenous Peoples and the business community. We look forwards to discussions around partnership and renewable energy development opportunities […]

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AIIC 2019

The third annual Arctic Indigenous Investment Conference will be held at the Yukon Convention Centre in Whitehorse this week. An exciting opportunity to build relationships, create new contacts and gain insight on economies across the North. Drop by our booth and talk to some of our team members today! #investments #arctic #community

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Deuchries Wind Project

Earlier this year we completed commissioning of our Deuchries Wind project, a small wind farm in rural Scotland acquired by Green Cat from EDF in 2016. The project was the first to be fully funded, constructed, and completed solely by the company, and was signed off on in early 2018. It consists of three Enercon […]

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Issue 06: Community Ownership Models

The way of generating and distributing electricity traditionally consisted of centralized, utility owned, large scale generating plants; namely coal, hydro and nuclear, delivering electricity to consumers via long distance, high voltage transmission lines. Power flowed in one direction, from the generators, through the transmission network before stepping down to the local distribution network to supply […]

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