solar

August 18, 2021: Around 2010, the perfect opportunity arose. Nine years into the solar game, SkyFire had enough experience to take on a bigger challenge, and a project at Okanagan College in Penticton fit that bill. The building’s owners and engineers were striving to meet the requirements of the Living Building Challenge, a certification meant to incorporate all aspects of a building’s life into a cohesive, sustainable package which actively supports its immediate surroundings.

Homes By Sorensen custom home solar

July 29, 2021: One local custom home builder, Homes By Sorensen, has separated itself from the pack by embracing renewable energy, and in their experience, it’s far from a tough sell for people.

University of Calgary Child Development Centre SkyFire Solar Anniversary

July 22, 2021: The University of Calgary’s Child Development Centre (CDC) is notable in the engineering world for being the first ever certified LEED Platinum building in a cold climate. It is also notable for being the very first commercial scale solar project ever installed by SkyFire Energy...

Jayman solar homes construction sustainability

May 19, 2021: Dave Krasman, Jayman BUILT’s Director of Corporate Purchasing, was there when leadership of the company first began to envision a standard for environmentally conscious building practices. He spoke with us to share insights about how Jayman got to the remarkable place it’s at: leading the nation in sustainable building practices, not to mention occupying a critical role in the Alberta home building landscape.

May 6, 2021: Alltrade/SkyFire a Joint Venture Partnership recently completed the EPC contract to build the 13.7MWp Alberta Solar One (ABS1) solar energy project in the County of Forty Mile near Burdett, Alberta. Alberta Solar One is a ground-mounted solar array that uses Morgan Solar’s proprietary SimbaX optical film to boost the performance of the bifacial photovoltaic modules.  […]