At Saturn Power, we are deeply committed to developing inexhaustible windsolar and energy storage projects.

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The same sun that nurtures every living thing on earth has an important role to play in keeping our planet  healthy for generations to come.

Taking a closer look at how the energy that supplies your grid is generated, and how that supply impacts the environment is essential. Developing natural energy solutions is more than addressing immediate needs. It is approaching every project with a genuine interest and respect for the land: today, tomorrow and well into the future.

Storing the sun and catching the wind are creative, yet viable and economical energy sources. These elements are already an important part of the energy mix and will continue to flow into our grids in greater and greater amounts as we move into the future. Unlike other energy sources, they won’t run out.

Exploring, developing and maintaining new energy options for your grid is where we excel.

We do more than honour our understanding that clean and  natural energy choices are the  right path for a healthy earth. We walk that belief every day and it influences every decision we make.

We start by listening and understanding. Then we roll up our sleeves and use smart planning, hard work and knowledge to get the job done right, while being kind to the land as we do it.

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Posted on September 4, 2018
Saturn Power is excited to welcome Mayur Agarwal to our team. He joined us a few months ago as the Investment Associate of our Finance department. He works closely with our Vice President of... Read more
Posted on August 28, 2018
Saturn Power is thrilled to announce the commercial operation of our FIT 3 solar projects. Saturn Power led the permitting, engineering, procurement and construction of these developments. These five... Read more
Posted on July 27, 2018
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