Canada Pushes Towards Renewables
Canada has exceptional wind resources and almost all provinces and territories use them. Since the new Canadian Federal Government was elected in 2015, there has been a greater emphasis on the development of renewable energy throughout all of Canada.
Continuing the growth of 2018, Canada added 597 megawatts of onshore wind energy in 2019 and finished the year with a total of 13,413 megawatts. This makes Canada the ninth largest wind energy nation in the world.
ABO Wind Canada
ABO Wind opened a new office in Alberta in the fall of 2017. ABO Wind Canada mainly focuses on developing wind energy and photovoltaic projects in Alberta and Saskatchewan. The company is also open for project development in any other province to support the transition towards renewable energy in Canada.
Besides greenfield development, ABO Wind Canada also develops hybrid energy systems, community and commercial sized developments, off-grid solutions as well as research and demonstration projects.
ABO Wind is also looking to cooperate with other developers and open for partnerships.
ABO Wind Canada Ltd.
#210 3015 -12 Street NE
Calgary, AB T2E 7J2
Phone: +1 587 355 8720
Dr. Karsten Schlageter
Tel. +49 611 267 65-639
Fax +49 611 267 65-599