We believe solar phtovoltaic and wind power can help achieve energy independence and plays a key role in Canada’s energy mix. We know a PV system, correctly designed with the right technology, can produce energy for over 30 years. We have been building systems that deliver, are durable and perform. We also believe solar energy should be affordable and accessible to everyone. Through our operations, and management of solar and wind plants, we assure our clients that their plants are operating efficiently and thus affordbale power for end users and sound venture for investors.
We are dedicated to proove the feasibility of renewable energies by first introducing energy efficient alternatives such as LED lighting for commercial and industrial applications, then design and build solar PV systems accordingly.
As a leading provider of project development services for solar systems, we believe operations and maintenance and asset managmenet of solar and wind farms are key elements of our service offering. Through partnerships with experts for each aspects of solar and wind farms. we deliver comprehensive services to clients across Canada and oversease through our local offices.
The founders of CEV Canada, have been active in renewable energy sector since 2005 in Canada and Middle East. With passion for renewable energy, founders have collective experience working at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) Clean Energy Research Center on the simulation of hybrid solar PV-Wind generating systems. Also working at BC Hydro Clean Energy Department on the feasibility studies of developing wind farms in Northern BC, Canada. Founders have been part of the construction team on Sakwi Creek 5.5 MW Run of River Project in BC as well as the construction of Heavy Water Management Building at Darlington Nuclear Generating Station, Ontario, Canada.
Founders also managed development and construction of grid-tied and off grid solar PV plants in Canada and overseas, while training technicians and engineers on the design and installation of Solar photovoltaic systems at North American Trades School in Brampton, Ontario.
With degrees in Electrical Engineering Degree from Simon Fraser University, Canada, founders pursued post-graduate education in MSc in Construction Management as well as LLM in Oil, Gas, and Energy Law at Bath University and Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, UK.