Our Partners

Supporting Partners

(Find out how your organization can become a partner)

 

Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO)
 
The Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) works at the heart of Ontario's power system – ensuring there is enough power to meet the province's energy needs in real time while also planning and securing energy for the future. It does this by:
  • Balancing the supply of and demand for electricity in Ontario and directing its flow across the province's transmission lines
  • Planning for the province's medium- and long-term energy needs and securing clean sources of supply to meet those needs
  • Overseeing the electricity wholesale market where the market price of electricity is set
  • Fostering the development of a conservation culture in the province through programs such as saveONenergy
 
   
Kingston Economic Development Corporation
 
Kingston Economic Development Corporation is committed to the key issue of long-term economic sustainability. The Kingston Economic Development Corporation's success is based on the attraction of new business, the growth and retention of existing business and tourism opportunities as measured by the resulting economic impact on the community.
 
   
Lafarge Canada
 
Lafarge Canada Inc. is Canada's largest provider of diversified construction materials and a member of the global group, LafargeHolcim. 
With more than 6000 employees and 250 sites across Canada, our mission is to provide construction solutions that build better cities and communities. From cement and aggregates, to ready-mix and precast concrete as well as asphalt, paving and construction, we have the ability to bring value to every project.
 
   

St. Lawrence College / Sustainable Energy Applied Research Centre
 
The Sustainable Energy Applied Research Centre (SEARC) is an applied research centre under the school of Applied Science and Computing at St. Lawrence College. SEARC’s mission is to provide applied research services to small and medium-sized enterprises in the renewable energy industry within the Eastern Ontario region. Research activities such as new product development, product improvement, prototype development, field testing, process improvement and commercialization of new products are within the scope of the work done at SEARC. The research centre leverages the resources of St. Lawrence College: faculties, staff, students and equipments to assist SMEs to become more profitable. Over the long term, SEARC aims to increase the economic development of the Eastern Ontario region and create new quality jobs based on know-how and technological innovation. This will be achieved by increasing the capacity of St. Lawrence College to transform the results of research and development (R&D) into economic activities easier and faster.
 
   
Utilities Kingston
 
Utilities Kingston is unique in Ontario, combining water, wastewater, gas and electrical services and a broadband fibre optics provider in one company under the leadership of a single CEO.
This structure enables the complex choreography of multiple work programs, leading to the timely and cost-effective completion of the work. Along with helping to ensure that infrastructure repairs are less disruptive to residents and businesses, one of the most obvious benefits of a multi-utility structure that has all services under one roof, is cost-savings from economies of scope. We benefit from a shared services model for activities, equipment, and systems, ranging from customer care, billing, accounting, fleet and even some operational functions.
 

 

 

 

 

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