Battle Lake Design Group is a full-service design firm specializing in design and development of sustainable residential and smaller-scale mixed-use buildings.

They design for a wide range of proven sustainable materials, but are known in Western Canada for their expertise in straw bale building design and construction.

They design energy-efficient conventional frame and straw bale homes for both rural and urban clients.


They are passionate about contemporary residential architecture, sustainable material & building practices, vernacular design, creating a sense of place, housing designed for

Canada's cold climate, and homes that inhabit their site. They have taken straw bale – a grassroots technology and primarily the domain of owner-builders – and ‘modernized’ its

application, placing it in an urban context.


Contact Information:


200, 10113 104 Street,

Edmonton, Alberta

T5J 0Z9

Email: contactus@bldg.ca

Phone: 780 995 6439


Website: http://bldg.ca/

Mechanical engineers who value building envelope performance and energy efficiency. ReNü offers energy auditing, energy modelling, and mechanical design services. Their designs are heavily influenced by the Passive House standards.


 Passionate about creating cost effective, low impact buildings with healthy and comfortable indoor environments.


Catering to clients across Canada and are licensed in BC, AB, YK, NT, & ON to engage in the practice of Engineering.


Since 2011, ReNü has been involved in over 400 high performance building projects across Canada.

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Website: http://renu.engineering/


Greenstone Structural Solutions manufactures sustainable, long lasting, energy efficient building envelopes.

Centrally Located in Brandon, Manitoba, Canada, Greenstone services residential, commercial and industrial markets as structural or envelope walls, floors, ceilings and roof assemblies.


Greenstone proprietary Insulated Composite Envelope (ICE) Panel is significantly lighter, stronger and more durable than traditional framing systems, allowing for broad design capabilities and the ability to exceed building and energy code requirements.

Visit https://www.gsbp.ca.


“The Solar Energy Society of Alberta is the trusted community resource for the widespread understanding and use of solar energy in Alberta.”


The Solar Energy Society of Alberta is a non-profit, educational organization, which serves as a resource for government, educational institutions and the public at large.

SESA holds seminars, workshops, classes, exhibits and public demonstrations and provides a solar technology demonstration trailer for public events in the Northern Alberta 


SESA recently received Alberta's highest environmental honor: the 2014 Emerald Award in the coveted Community Group & Nonprofit Association category.


Contact Information:

Solar Energy Society of Alberta

Roundhouse - MacEwan University

PO Box 1796

Edmonton AB  T5J 2P2


Phone #: 780-443-7788.



 Contact us anytime and it will be our pleasure to discuss further. 

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