Turning a profit to help the planet
Micro hydro innovator GreenBug Energy stands alone in North America in repurposing ancient technology for environmentally friendly power generation, with the potential to turn thousands of small dams that have been ignored for decades into revenue-generating assets.
Authors: Neil Harris and Aaron AtchesonFirst published in print: Water Canada Magazine January/February 2016 pg.31Download the PDF version of the original printed article: GreenBug Energy Inc. is taking a “reverse spin” on the concept of an Archimedean screw and has demonstrated that renewable energy investments in Ontario are no longer limited to wind and solar.
The Royal Canadian Geographical Society (RCGS) is proud to announce GreenBug Energy Inc. of Delhi, ON, is the 2015 winner of the prestigious 3M Environmental Innovation Award. The GreenBug Energy system is the first of its kind in the Americas to adapt the Archimedes screw to make cost-effective, reliable, green electricity. The 3M Environmental Innovation
Council voted in favour of a shared equity agreement with Green Bug Energy Ltd. for 15 per cent net revenue of the energy production project at Brunel Locks Huntsville ForesterBy Roland Cilliers HUNTSVILLE – The hydroelectric dam off Brunel has taken another step towards actually existing. Huntsville council voted in favour of a shared equity
Eliazbeth Loucks, branch manager of TD Canada Trust (Tillsonburg), on the left, and Lance Scott, TD Wealth, presented the Tillsonburg District Chamber of Commerce Environmental Award to this year’s winning company, GreenBug Energy Inc. during a gala awards night last Thursday at the Tillsonburg Community Centre. 2015 Awards of Excellence Tillsonburg District Chamber of Commerce
Greenbug Energy received a warm welcome from area residents who attended a public meeting at the Active Living Centre in Huntsville last night. The company came to town to explain their plan to install a small Archimedes screw hydro electric project at the Brunel Locks.