Energy

ACTIVA Environnement is a leading player in the Quebec energy sector. We accompany proponents through every stage of their projects, from design to commissioning. Whether for a utility-scale wind farm or a co-generation facility, we propose realistic and effective solutions that translate into quantifiable gains for our clients in this rapidly evolving sector. Our realizations include various large-scale and complex projects across the complete spectrum of energy sectors.

A few of our clients

Hydro-Québec / EDF EN Canada / Kruger Energy / TransAlta / Northland Power / Boralex / Innergex / Borea Construction / Construction Énergie Renouvelable / CRT-Hamel / Direction principale des barrages publics du Québec / Pieridae Energy / Anticosti Hydrocarbons / Petrolympic / Junex / Altai Resources

Wind Power Daniel Roch-Lefebvre 2018-08-10T16:42:55+00:00

WIND POWER

With over fifteen years of experience in the wind industry, ACTIVA Environnement boasts extensive knowledge of this power sector. Since 2002, our team has contributed to the development of over 3,000 MW of energy potential throughout Canada. We have been involved in completing environmental studies for nearly thirty wind farms operating or under construction in Quebec, New Brunswick and Ontario.

  • Preliminary environmental constraints analysis
  • Project design support
  • Environmental permitting planning
  • Environmental due diligence
  • Environmental impact assessments
  • Wildlife surveys (birds, bats, herpetofauna and small mammals)
  • Plant surveys
  • Identification and characterization of wetlands and watercourses
  • Landscape studies and visual simulations
  • Baseline noise studies and acoustic simulations
  • Archaeological potential studies and surveys
  • Telecommunication system surveys and impact assessments
  • Consultation and liaison with local stakeholders; public hearings
  • Municipal attestations, resolutions and permits
  • Changes in municipal regulations
  • Provincial authorizations (MDDELCC authorization, MERN leases and permits, MFFP intervention permit, etc.)
  • CPTAQ authorization for protected agricultural zones
  • Federal authorizations (Aeronautical Obstruction Clearance from Transport Canada, NavCan authorization, etc.)
  • Environmental monitoring of construction sites
  • Evaluation of compensation for agricultural and forested land
  • Post-construction monitoring (wildlife, acoustic, visual, agricultural and telecommunications)

Glimpse of our realizations in the energy sector:

All projects

MAIN ACTIVITY SECTORS

ENERGY

Wind Power
Hydro
Transmission Lines
Oil & Gas

INFRASTRUCTURES

Roadways and Bridges
Municipal Infrastructure
Rail Transport
Maritime Sector

NATURAL RESOURCES

Sand Quarries
Forest Industry
Mines

INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE

Industrial Sites
Commerce