Why Off-Grid Home Owners Should Invest in Backup Power Generator

Posted by Ashley Locke in Power Generation

Outages will happen - so it’s best to be prepared for them.

Whether you are looking to setup your home, your cottage or your commercial space as off-grid - it is important to consider some of the...


Exploring the Value of Cogeneration for Canadian Greenhouses

Posted by Ben Tinklin in Power Generation

It’s time for greenhouse operators in Canada to really consider the immense advantages of CHP.

Of the many industries that can benefit from CHP, greenhouses and grow ops certainly stand out...


Exploring the Nuts and Bolts of Canada’s Carbon Tax Law

Posted by Ben Tinklin in Power Generation

The tax affects all industries excluding food and cannabis greenhouses (rightfully so).

When it comes to Canada’s carbon tax law, we think about the two main components: a) The carbon levy placed...


How Reciprocating Engine Generators Stack up Against Battery Storage Systems

Posted by Ben Tinklin in Power Generation

Here’s how both energy options compare with regards to cost, flexibility, and environmental effects.

Alternative energy providers all across Canada sure enjoy debating why their product or...


Comparing Generators Vs. Batteries - Which One Reigns Supreme?

Posted by Yves Vachon in Power Generation

We’re here to tell you that it’s okay to consider using both. Here’s why.

If you are currently dealing with an off-grid system, you should know that there are many different ways that you can...


ERA Launches $55MM Energy Savings for Business Fund

Posted by Paul Walker in Power Distribution, Power Generation

If you’re a resident of Alberta with a passion for green power, here’s how you can benefit.T&T Power Group is pleased to announce that Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) has just launched a 55...


How to Maximize Your Prime Power Generation

Posted by Yves Vachon in Power Generation

There’s power in numbers: Get the most out of your power generation with this one simple strategy

When calculating the size of a prime power generation plant, there are two general options to be...


What You Should Know Before Purchasing a Generator for Your Home

Posted by Ron Bougram in Power Generation

Research and planning is essential for making the right decision.

As always, it’s critical for a person do their research before buying a generator for their home.


Solving the Problem of Loud and Noisy Home Generators

Posted by Ron Bougram in Power Generation

Here’s how to ensure you don’t become “that” neighbour.

There’s no better feeling than having the ability to keep your power going during an outage, vs. dealing with the pains of being unprepared....


Top 4 Reasons to Service Your Generator During the Canadian Winter

Posted by Ron Bougram in Power Generation

Every generator should be winter-ready.

It’s critical for every generator owner to perform regularly scheduled maintenance - whether they’re providing backup power for their home, their farm, or...