• Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions Through Cost-Effective & Innovative Designs

    With a global push to reduce our carbon footprint and implement more effective environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG), Ausenco is leading environmentally conscious design solutions for the mining industry.

  • Renewables

    In this series of articles, our experts look at the challenges, opportunities and solutions to environmental approvals for clean and renewable energy projects they’ve been involved in over the last two decades.

  • Regional differences in environmental assessments for renewables

    Understanding environmental risk is critical for any renewable energy project. As discussed in the first article in this series, projects can be delayed, incur costly mitigation requirements, or even denied if environmental concerns aren’t properly addressed.

  • Understanding environmental risks early in a project and planning for a successful operation

    Early environmental investigations and discussions with regulators as well as local stakeholders in advance of undertaking the formal approvals process is often critical to the success of a project.

  • A very different cogen – getting the green light on landfill gas

    In this Insight, Maryanne Mason discusses how the Burlington team’s solution to reduce the annual grid power usage of the region resulted in a multi-million dollar grant for our client’s facility.

  • Oldman 2 Winds Project: Novel and cost-effective solutions

    Ausenco created novel and cost-effective solutions to address previous environmental non-compliances.

  • Yellow Lake and Burdett Solar Projects: Provide considerable cost savings to BluEarth

    Through the implementation of forward-thinking approaches we have been able to provide considerable cost savings to BluEarth related to wetland compensation requirements.

  • Riverview Solar Project: Successfully achieved the first utility-scale solar facility

    Successfully achieved the first utility-scale solar facility Ministerial Determination under the Saskatchewan Environmental Assessment Act.

  • Lanfine Wind Project: Reduced environmental impacts through avoidance of landscape and wildlife features

    With our expert testimony, the AUC approved the Project Facility Application in less than two months.

  • Windrise Wind Project: Successfully supported the Project from baseline data collection to construction

    We successfully supported the Project from baseline data collection, through regulatory approvals, to the commencement of construction within a three-year period.

  • Southern Alberta Wind Project

    Ausenco engaged closely with AEP-FWS throughout the Project to support Project amendments to layout and technology throughout the permitting and approval process.