WSDG Joins High Profile Smart Energy Systems Discussion ; Attends Inauguration of 230 MW Niagara Region Wind Farm

Waterloo Sustainable Development Group (WSDG) CEO Tarek AlFarra joined the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA) and Canadian German Chamber of Industry and Commerce’s (AHK) round-table discussion with Germany’s WindNODE and Germany Trade and Invest (GTAI) on Smart Energy Systems and their role in enabling the utilization of fluctuating renewable energy sources. The event, which took place at the AHK offices in Toronto with the participation of various prominent renewable energy professionals, saw discussions on smart energy systems and presentations from Markus Graebig from WindNODE, Heiko Staubitz from GTAI, and Nicolle Risse, from OSEA. WindNODE is a German consortium with over …

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WSDG and the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association Sign Cooperation Agreement on the Sidelines of the 2017 Powering Prosperity Awards

The Waterloo Sustainable Development Group (WSDG) and the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that sets into motion collaboration in the areas of promoting sustainable energy advocacy and proliferation in Canada and abroad. The agreement, formally signed by WSDG’s CEO Tarek Alfarra and OSEA’s Executive Director Nicole Risse on the sidelines of the 2017 Powering Prosperity Awards, which honor the achievements of Ontario’s leaders in sustainable energy, aims to explore cooperation in promoting Ontario’s highly innovative sustainable energy industry. WSDG’s CSO Ian Chow, COO Laura Hartwell and CCDO Nicole Maynard-Li were also present to witness the …

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WSDG Tours OSEA’s Green Energy Doors Open 2016

WSDG partners Tarek Alfarra and Ian Chow took part in this year’s edition of the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association’s “Green Energy Doors Open” province-wide three-day expo where they toured and cemented links with a number of participating community and commercial sustainable energy entities and businesses across Ontario, Canada. In Elora, Alfarra and Chow visited Anvil Crawler Development Corp’s offices – located in a purpose built 500 KW solar building – and examined their new off-grid electric vehicle car charger and portable and scalable off-grid “AC Power House”, which is designed to provide a 24-hour solar energy output. They also met …

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