Our BluEarth team is passionate about making a difference and leaving a positive legacy through the work we do every day.

HOOP Tenant Leader Award

In 2018 we were recognized by the Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan (HOOP) at the Leadership in Environmental Advancement Program (LEAP) Awards as the recipient of the Tenant Leader: Commercial Award for our new LEED certified Calgary office.

Volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House

As part of our BluGiving program, employees took some time this May to volunteer at the Ronald McDonald House in Calgary to serve brunch to the residents.

Construction at the Loyalist Solar Facility

After four years of community consultation and permitting, major construction has begun on the Loyalist Solar Facility. It is expected that all construction will be completed in November 2018, with commercial operations scheduled to begin in January 2019.


From local bike paths to Disneyland and even Paris, BluEarth has made some memorable appearances. Our team is proud to show their BluEarth wherever they go.

Woman2Warrior 2015

In May 2015, BluEarth participated as team BluPower in the Woman2Warrior run to raise funds for Easter Seals Alberta and the Children’s Hospital Aid Society – way to go team BluPower!

Construction at the Culliton Creek Hydro Facility

Construction at the Culliton Creek Hydro Facility began in the summer of 2014. The Project will have the capacity to generate 15 megawatts (MW) of clean renewable electricity – enough power for approximately 5,900 homes. Learn more about Culliton Creek here.

Batchewana First Nation Ceremony

BluEarth was honoured to participate in a Batchewana First Nation ceremony at the base of the first turbine erected for the Bow Lake Wind Project.

 Construction at the Bow Lake Wind Facility

Wind turbine installation is underway at the Bow Lake Wind Facility with anticipated commercial operation in September 2015. Work on the Project has been ongoing for 5 years, including wind resource analysis, environmental and cultural features assessments and turbine siting. Learn more about Bow Lake here.

Construction at the GoodLight Solar Facility
Construction is underway at the GoodLight Solar Facility in Ontario.  Good Light is one of five solar projects that BluEarth acquired. Learn more about GoodLight here.

KidWind Challenge
In March 2014, BluEarth attended the KidWind Challenge in Edmonton.  Jason Edworthy, Director – Community and Aboriginal Relations, judged at the competition. Photos Courtesy of David Dodge, Green Energy Futures.

Construction at the Little Creek Solar Facility
Construction is underway at the Little Creek Solar Facility in Ontario.  Little Creek is one of five solar projects that BluEarth acquired. Learn more about Little Creek here.

Provost Public School Tour
In December 2013, BluEarth Renewables made donations to the Provost Public School, St. Thomas Aquinas School and Dr. Folkins Community School to support their science programs.

Batchewana First Nation Partnership
The Batchewana First Nation and BluEarth Renewables, on behalf of Bow Lake Phase 1 and Bow Lake Phase 2 Wind Projects Ltd., signed agreements to form Nodin Kitagan Limited Partnership, and Nodin Kitagan 2 Limited Partnership. The Nodin Kitagan partnerships formalize the shared ownership of the Bow Lake Wind Project.

Chief Dean Sayers and Batchewana Councillors and staff made the trip from to Calgary to formalize the partnership in Calgary on December 21, 2012. Prior to signing, a sunrise ceremony was held on the rooftop of Bankers Hall, in downtown Calgary.

Provost & Wainwright Food Bank Donations
In December 2012 BluEarth team members Tyler, Kelly and Jim had the honour of presenting seasonal donations to both the Provost and Wainwright area food banks.

24 Hours of Adrenalin Mountain Bike Race 2012
In July 2012 BluEarth staff, family and friends trekked out to Canmore Alberta to ride and support each other in our second year of BluEarth 24 hour racing. The BluEarth crew finished 10th out of 50 teams in the Corporate category – nice work team!