Making Green Energy A Reality
Concord has been building transit-oriented large-scale urban communities for over 30 years. More than 10 years ago, Concord created Concord Green Energy to power its future communities and the cities they are built-in.
Transportation needs are also shifting from fossil fuels to renewable green energy. With this demand shift, Concord has been a leader in building the world’s largest fully quick charge parkades for condos and an innovator in transformer infrastructure to service them.
Creating Energy Efficient Communities
“Green energy is not only a good investment, it’s the right thing to do for future generations.” – Terry Hui, President and CEO of the Concord Group of Companies.
It’s also not the first time Concord has invested in supporting infrastructure and industry to better serve their communities. Concord also built the first fully fibre community at Concord Pacific Place in Vancouver and created the telecommunications company, Novus, to service its residents.
Concord Green Energy already generates more than enough energy in solar, hydro and wind across Canada to service all its communities. Its renewable energy portfolio has been growing steadily with hundreds of megawatts in the pipeline including planning with the First Nations on Amisk Hydro, set to be the largest hydro project in Alberta History.
Renewable Energy Projects
Concord Pacific recognizes that transportation and temperature control are the largest energy draws in its communities. Its focus is to design green communities of scale and infrastructure that reduce energy usage while at the same time supporting the green energy grid.
- Alfred Solar Farm – Alfred, ON
- Aria Solar Farm – Elmvale, ON
- Beamlight Solar Farm – Georgina, ON
- Earthlight Solar Farm – Georgina, ON
- MightySolar Solar Farm – Chesterville, ON
- Raylight Solar Farm – Tay, ON
- Val Caron Solar Farm – Greater Sudbury, ON
- Silvercreek Solar Farm – Elgin County, ON
- Coaldale – Coaldale, AB
- Monarch – Lethbridge, AB
- Vulcan – Vulcan County, AB
Concord Green Energy’s first-ever power project was Red Lily in Saskatchewan and was built almost a decade ago to help diversify SaskPower. Concords subsequent wind farms are in Ontario and are already contributing to Ontario Power Generation.
- Red Lily – Moosomin, SK
- Ganaraska Wind Farm – Orono, ON
- Settlers Landing Wind Farm – Kawartha Lakes, ON
- Snowy Ridge Wind Farm – Kawartha Lakes, ON
- Grey Highlands Wind Farm – McIntyre, ON
Concord Green Energy has been generating power since 2005 for the BC Hydro grid through its Skookum ROR project of scale in Squamish. Concord Green Energy’s Wedgemount hydroelectric project will also soon be online.
The Amisk Hydroelectric project in Peace River, Alberta will be the Province’s largest hydro project in history and will effectively double Concord Green Energy’s portfolio once complete.
- Skookum Hydroelectric – Squamish, BC
- Amisk Hydroelectric – Peace River, AB
- Wedgemount Hydroelectric – near Whistler, BC
The Concord Group of Companies success has continued with Canada’s largest skyline defining communities, Concord Pacific Place in Vancouver and Concord CityPlace in Toronto. Concord has further expanded with numerous large scale master-planned communities across Canada and is now developing in the UK. Concord has completed over 150 residential and mixed use buildings with more than 50 in various stages of planning and development.
Concord created Concord Green Energy to explore and support future communities with a variety of zero carbon energy producing projects. Concord Green Energy has projects of scale in wind, solar and hydro at various stages of planning, development, and operation across Canada. Concord’s current green energy projects can power more than twice the needs of all its communities.