About Thermal Energy
Invenergy is an experienced developer and operator of state-of-the-art facilities fueled by natural gas. Our plants use the most efficient technologies to provide efficient, reliable, and cleaner electricity to solve energy challenges. As a flexible, fast-response energy source, natural gas plays an important role within the broader energy transition by supporting the power grid’s ability to manage increasing amounts of renewable generation. Together, natural gas and renewables have been the driving force behind transitions away from coal power generation in Ontario and around the world.
Natural gas is the cleanest combustible fuel on Earth, it is colourless and odorless in its natural state. Replacing coal, diesel, and heavy fuels with clean-burning natural gas greatly reduces harmful emissions such as carbon compounds, nitrogen oxides, sulfur dioxide, and particulate matter.
Invenergy is committed to advancing projects while minimizing impacts to the environment and ensuring responsible development and operations. The project will follow applicable environmental laws and regulations. In the event the proposed federal clean electricity standard is implemented, natural gas-fired facilities will be required to provide the IESO with a green house gas abatement plan to describe how the operator will comply with such laws and regulations.
In addition to its world-class reputation as a renewables developer, Invenergy has one of the industry’s longest and most successful track records of natural gas and cogeneration experience. Invenergy’s success stems from its tailored design approach to natural gas solutions that meet customer, market, and community needs. Invenergy undertakes this work in partnership with landowners and local communities, while prioritizing safety and environmental responsibility. Invenergy’s in-house, dedicated professional staff has worked with industry-leading contractors and suppliers to successfully develop approximately 6 GW of natural gas power across 13 projects throughout North America.