Xeneca Power Development (Xeneca) is a leading Canadian-owned and operated waterpower development company working throughout Northern Ontario. Xeneca's management team has a combined total of close to 100 years' worth of experience in the waterpower industry. We are committed to building small renewable waterpower facilities to power Ontario’s long-term economic development in an environmentally responsible manner.
Xeneca’s small waterpower projects are part of a province-wide effort to eliminate our dependency on coal-fired sources of electricity generation and to encourage development of renewable sources ofelectricity generation. Xeneca has 19 Feed-in-Tariff contracts through the Ontario Power Authority, representing 72 MW of power.
We get a lot of questions about why Ontario needs more power. Currently, our province has asurplus of baseload power, but lacks peaking power production, so efforts are being made to increase availability of “stored power.” Waterpower is an excellent means to balance the supply mix. Water can be stored in headponds, or simply redirected when needed to generate power, and, unlike fossil fuels and biomass, there are no emissions.
Xeneca has the capability to build Greenfield projects from the early stages of site selection & feasibility to design, construction, operation & maintenance.
For more information, please take a look around our website or contact us with any questions, comments, or to be added to our stakeholder contact list(s.)
Click here to see a map of Xeneca's active FIT sites, including Aboriginal Community proximity.
On March 20th, 2014, the Ontario Waterpower Association (OWA), together with the Federation of Northern Municipalities, was featured in an insert in the Toronto Star for Mediaplanet - Powering our Future with Northern Ontario’s Waterways.
Did you see the Ontario Waterpower Association (OWA)'s Conserving Ontario insert in the Toronto Star on March 21, 2013? The feature is on waterpower in the context of a sustainable energy future for the province.
Xeneca is a proud partner of EarthCare, Sudbury's green initiative.