OUR PROJECTS

OUR PROJECTS

All Solar Wind Intelligent computational technology Biomass
Solar
16.5 kW Grid‑Tied Solar System CORE installed the largest residential solar energy system in the City of Winnipeg in 2017. This system is 16.5 kW.
Wind
Conducted met tower procurement and installation, wind data collection and analysis, wind farm layout design, environmental studies, business development, economic structures, legal protocol, negotiations with stakeholders, investors and on behalf of clients regarding development of 300 MW of wind energy in the Canadian prairies.
Intelligent computational technology
Communities located in remote locations must rely on importation of foreign fuels for their basic energy needs, while they are surrounded by renewable resources that are often not harvested for local use. This situation is not sustainable for communities, especially in remote locations that are already impoverished due to lack of local employment and a weak economy.
Solar
System siting, installation, outlet wiring, battery wiring, community engagement to install a 900W photovoltaic system on an elementary school in rural Boaco, Nicaragua.
Intelligent computational technology
Implementation of a multi-generation long-term energy planning tool with real-time adaptive response to increase the renewable energy penetration of the remote island of FDN in Brazil, for autonomous power generation while reducing electricity costs and improving power reliability.
Intelligent computational technology, Solar
The 2012 Land Art Generator Initiative ideas competition called on designers to produce a site-specific public artwork for the former freshkills landfill site that would function as a clean energy generator for New York City.
Biomass, Intelligent computational technology, Solar, Wind
The Intelligent Multi-Renewable Energy System is a hybrid energy computational infrastructure that gathers information on power system behaviour from multiple components and uses it to execute operational optimization.