We work with clients to use energy more efficiently, and provide optimization solutions for them to generate new energy through technologies such as solar, wind, geothermal and heat capture.


We have designed and installed grid connected and off grid solar power systems in Alberta and British Columbia. We have experience designing and installing residential systems and complex commercial photovoltaic (PV) systems that can be roof or ground mounted. We offer turn-key solutions that include all aspects of your project. Some key phases include:

We will arrive at your site to complete an assessment of solar potential. This includes analyzing your existing structures for support of solar systems and an evaluation of the economic potential.

We will design your PV system for optimal generation and long term financial performance. From site and rooftop surveys, we will provide structural reviews, utility connection assessments, earthworks assessments, membrane assessments, and electrical and civil layout drawings, which are completed in parallel to optimize efficiency and reduce costs.

Integrated Sustainability benefits from established relationships with top manufacturers and distributors to provide our clients with leveraged procurement services, logistics and support.

Our project execution team believes that our top priority is a focus on well constructed solar systems that comply or surpass industry standards for civil, mechanical, and electrical installations. We also offer operational support and training opportunities.

Thermal Energy

The role of thermal power generation is shifting like never before. It once provided baseload electricity for many markets, but now, with the integration of renewables, thermal power is often used to steady a grid. It’s the stable backbone.

Trends in the market are driving thermal power generation to be more cost-effective. Generating companies want to make the most of their assets and do so in a way that's environmentally and socially responsible. Evolving governmental regulations are having a positive impact on how we design and construct projects. Our commitment to cleaner and more affordable thermal power pushes us to challenge the status quo—the conventional ways thermal power generating plants used to be designed, built, and operated.

Today, modern thermal power stations must be agile—able to perform beyond intended design, and flexible to the demands of the changing market. So that's what successful energy projects must now deliver: the right technology, together with the best fuel source and a design that meets current energy, economic, environmental, and social objectives.