Ontario Clean Technology Alliance
success profiles

Welcome to the growing list of Ontario Clean Technology Alliance success profiles:

Siemens Canada Ltd., Southwestern Ontario. Located first Canadian wind turbine blade manufacturing facility in Tillsonburg. An investment of over $20 million. Expected to create 300 jobs.

Eco-Shift Power, Waterloo Region. A team of lighting experts, innovators and cloud-based energy management solution developers who help industrial, commercial and institutional energy users achieve energy and environmental footprint reduction and sustainability.

GreenCore, Sarnia. A leading Cleantech manufacturer of NCell™ Natural Fiber reinforced thermoplastics for injection molding and extrusion applications. In their Sarnia facility, Greencore produces NCell high performance compounds as well as developing future products.

SofSurfaces, Petrolia. North America’s largest rubber surface tile manufacturer for the playground, fitness and roofing industry; using up to 100% post-consumer recycled content.

Integra Technologies, Sarnia.  Integra develops essential and reliable leak-proof water technologies, including bolting, flange and nuts for industrial use.

KmX Corporation, Sarnia. An innovator in membrane distillation technology. KmX offers cost effective solutions to treat and recover maximum value from difficult-to-treat water and wastewater. KmX is conducting research projects with Lambton College's Applied Research & Innovation Department.

TODA Advanced Materials Inc., Sarnia.  TODA produces nickel hydroxide powders; the essential raw material for the production of rechargeable batteries used in hybrid-electric vehicles and electronic equipment.

Samuel, Son & Co., Hamilton. Fifth largest processor and distributor of carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum in North America. Operates a global network of divisions dedicated to clean energy production applications.

Canadian Solar Inc., Guelph.  One of the world’s leading manufacturers of solar module components.

EcoSynthetix Inc., Halton Region. This company applies green chemistry to transform renewable resources into high-performance biomaterials that replace petroleum-based chemicals, and was named by Ernst & Young as Ontario Cleantech Entrepreneur of the Year, in 2012.

Plasco Energy Group, Ottawa. A world-leader in converting waste and residuals to energy, Plasco’s Ottawa facility is the only operating, commercial scale facility in the world that converts municipal solid waste directly to syngas - used to generate electricity.

CS Wind Corp., Windsor-Essex. World-leading wind tower manufacturer and partner for Samsung projects in Ontario.