Wind Turbines

Wind turbines are a key component of Ontario's renewable energy landscape, harnessing the power of the wind to generate electricity. These turbines are particularly effective in the windy regions of North Bay, Sudbury, and Manitoulin Island, contributing significantly to local energy supplies.

Our state-of-the-art wind turbines are designed for maximum efficiency and minimal environmental impact, making them an excellent choice for anyone looking to invest in sustainable energy technologies in Ontario.

Charge Controllers

Charge controllers continue to play a critical role in the management of power generated from renewable sources. Suitable for both solar and wind energy systems, these devices ensure that the energy stored in batteries is regulated, preventing overcharge and increasing system efficiency.

Our range of charge controllers is robust and versatile, designed to meet the demands of the varying climate and installation conditions across Ontario, from urban areas to remote locations.

Grid Tie Inverters

Grid tie inverters enable the integration of renewable energy sources with the Ontario grid, providing a seamless transfer of electricity from solar panels and wind turbines into the energy system. These devices are essential for efficient energy use and are compatible with net metering regulations in Ontario.

The use of grid tie inverters supports a sustainable energy model by allowing homeowners and businesses in North Bay, Sudbury, and Manitoulin Island to contribute to and benefit from the grid.


Towers are fundamental to both wind and telecommunications applications, providing the necessary height to maximize resource capture and signal transmission. Our towers are engineered to withstand the harsh Ontario weather, ensuring longevity and performance.

Whether for wind turbines or communication systems, our towers offer reliability and durability, standing up to the diverse conditions found across Sudbury, Manitoulin Island, and North Bay.


Our historic turbines section celebrates the rich history of wind energy technology in Ontario. These turbines represent the evolution of wind technology from simple mechanisms to today's advanced systems.

This showcase provides valuable insights into the technological advancements and cultural impacts of wind energy in regions like Manitoulin Island, Sudbury, and North Bay, serving as both an educational resource and a tribute to innovation.