Ontario’s energy policy, coupled with today’s continuous advancement in technologies, creates daunting challenges for municipalities. New regulations, guidelines, and action plans mean municipalities will increasingly become the change-makers in an uncertain world as we shift to renewables and focus on ways and means of carbon reduction. For municipalities, opportunity abounds and we want to do our best to keep you informed!

We offer consulting, project management, feasibility studies, and environmental assessments.

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Want to see if Alternative Energy is Feasible in your Municipality?

Haliburton Solar and Wind has proven resources to properly identify, accurately assess, and objectively evaluate the feasibility and profitability of renewable energy sites.

Feasibility Studies
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Why Perform a Feasibility Study?

For example, a municipality looking to offset their energy costs with solar, wind, or water power, might perform a feasibility study to determine if it should follow through with alternative energy. A feasibility study by Haliburton Solar and Wind takes into account material and labor costs, how disruptive the project would be to the community, public opinion, available grants, and laws that might have an effect on the expansion.

These services primarily centre on identifying, administrating, and coordinating the execution of the feasibility of project-related requirements through to successful completion. Learn more >>

Key benefits of our renewable energy feasibility studies service:

  • Independent, unbiased and authoritative energy supply system study and an investigative energy efficiency survey
  • Technology-neutral investigation and report on the appropriateness and suitability of renewable energy.
  • Comprehensive findings and conclusions plus recommended solutions.

Technologies considered in our feasibility studies:

As part of our study, we look into the viability of a wide range of renewable energy technologies for both new-build and existing buildings and sites. These include:

  • Solar photovoltaic panels
  • Wind turbines
  • Hydro