Petawawa Renewable Power Corporation is a developer of clean and green renewable energy projects that have carbon-neutral or carbon-negative environmental footprints.
Converting woody waste material into electrical and heat energy
Biomass energy projects process renewable resources to produce fossil‑fuel‑free power using a clean, environmentally‑friendly technology called gasification. Biomass power is produced from renewable energy sources such as wood waste, tree thinnings, sawmill residues, crop waste and perennial grasses.
Harnessing the sun’s energy to produce clean energy in your community
Ground‑mount solar projects use solar photo-voltaic panels situated on low‑quality, underused land. Solar power production in Ontario is growing to meet the province’s future demand for new sources of clean energy and to diversify from nuclear and fossil fuels.
Company principals have over 25 years experience in the renewables sector
Petawawa Renewable Power Corporation is a Dufferin County‑based company that develops and owns renewable energy projects. We pride ourselves on partnering with landowners and the local community, working in cooperation with community officials, First Nations and other stakeholder groups to maximize the benefits and success of each project we undertake.
Our Current Projects
Port Carling, Ontario
To own and operate renewable energy facilities that generate long-term economic and environmental benefits for landowners and their communities.