IBI Group is at the forefront of solar project development, with a growing focus on renewable energy. We work in the natural gas sector and collaborate with both producers and consumers of electricity to maximize economics and ensure project success.
What we do
We understand the opportunities and risks involved with connecting your energy to an electrical system, including:
- Electricity regulations
- Connections to distribution and transmission systems
- Tariffs and transmission rates
- Opportunities for renewable energy generation
- Sustainable technologies
- Cogeneration for steam energy
- Waste heat and product streams
- Operational flexibility for electrical loads
- Distribution or transmission line ownership
- Industrial System Designation (ISD)
Regulatory applications for generators
Other interconnected projects
Solar Training Program
The IBI Solar Training Program provides a comprehensive breakdown of Alberta’s solar farm operations through a financial and regulatory lens. The 102-hour program will administer an understanding of the key factors in carbon credit generation, its sale process, and the strategies involved in environmental attribute monetization via worked examples and in-class instruction.
Participants will also gain hands-on experience creating a carbon offset project plan and report to a submission-ready standard using an existing solar project as an example.
Associate Director | Practice Lead, Energy Solutions
Design Technology Portfolio Manager, Data
Director | Sr. Practice Lead, Civic/Industrial Buildings
Toronto West, ON
Associate | General Manager
New Delhi, India
Meet our Energy Solutions team
Our work engages both urban and rural environments, presenting innumerable ways to do things better. We work collaboratively with our clients, including Canadian, American and European renewable power companies, Indigenous groups, irrigation districts, and electric distribution cooperatives, to define solutions that balance what’s good for people and the planet.
Solar Strategy for Montenegro
IBI Group was retained by the Government of Montenegro and the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism to develop a Strategy of Spatial Valorization aimed at renewable solar power generation, and demonstration pilot projects.
Bay Technology Centre
The Bay Technology Centre will be a self-sufficient, ‘energy positive’ or active building. A combination of design features, energy-efficient construction methods and materials, and integrated renewable energy generation and storage mean that the Technology Centre will generate its own energy.