Powering progress toward a more sustainable and reliable energy future.

Enfinite’s energy storage investments are supporting a reliable transition from fossil fuels to renewables. We’re helping to build energy capacity and reliability by optimizing and operating innovative solutions for future generations.

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About

Reliable, sustainable energy solutions that create a balanced future.

Enfinite specializes in developing robust energy storage solutions that bring greater reliability, viability and sustainability to the power grid and its stakeholders. We continually seek out new opportunities to maximize the efficiency and profitability of traditional and green energy generation. We are the largest battery storage operator in Alberta and have committed to significant investment, construction and operation of storage solutions with a focus on reliability and sustainability while we transition safely and responsibly toward net-zero solutions. Through energy storage solutions we are making renewable power more viable and sustainable. We work on projects that genuinely make a positive impact.

As a project owner and operator, we are committed to the long-term success of our projects and the continued reliability and affordability of power within the communities we impact. We are leading a pathway towards a net-zero electricity grid. Energy storage is a critical service in enabling renewable energy on a large scale and we are committed to not only investing in storage solutions, but also the safe and reliable operations of these assets long-term in the communities where we work, live and adventure.

Enfinite is committed to investing in and operating energy assets that deliver reliable and cost-effective power to the public that will significantly contribute to decarbonization while offering stable, long term returns to stakeholders.

SUSTAINABILITY

Measuring performance through safety and ESG targets.

Sustainable Development

Enfinite believes that the environmental, social and governance (ESG) targets we put forth are the foundation on which the long-term success of our organization is built. These targets drive our values and how we make decisions to ensure we meet our goals.

Transitioning to a sustainable world is a fundamental challenge that we must face together and ESG targets are a tangible way for us to identify and meet meaningful benchmarks. We don’t just meet these standards, we live by them.

Enfinite proudly adheres to the GRESB ESG standards and are audited by this framework on an annual basis.

Generating a Safe Workplace

Enfinite is committed to providing a safe work environment for all of our employees to ensure they go home healthy and injury-free every day.

We focus on maintaining the highest standards for Health, Safety and the Environment to conduct our business and operations safely and in an environmentally responsible way.

FACILITIES

Sustainable power for Western Canada.

Operations

We own and operate 11 power plants at 5 sites located across British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan. Our facilities utilize modern technology to generate and store electricity from produced gas, heat, or other energy sources.

Battery Storage 40 MW
Rycroft, AB    Irma, AB

Produced Gas 65 MW

Produced Gas 65 MW

Waste Heat 9 MW

eReserve1 Battery Storage Project

Enfinite (formerly WCSB Power) acquired and built this 20 Megawatt (MW) lithium-ion battery storage project featuring TESLA Megapack battery technology, 2km south of Rycroft, Alberta. When it was launched in 2020, it was hailed as Canada’s largest battery energy storage system. This pioneering project facilitates the storage and controlled distribution of renewable energy through the ATCO-owned Rycroft 730S Substation. It is the first of three related projects located throughout Alberta.

eReserve2 Battery Storage Project

Located in the Municipal District of Wainwright, Alberta, this facility consists of a 20-Megawatt (MW) capacity TESLA Megapack lithium-ion battery storage system. Supporting local renewable energy generation projects, this standalone facility stores electricity for discharge into the local distribution system upon demand from the Alberta Electric System Operator (“AESO”). The project was purchased and built by Enfinite, who will serve as the owner and operator.

Powering increased energy demand.

Energy storage improves grid reliability

Enfinite’s energy storage solutions have provided utilities and private power producers greater flexibility in delivering electricity to meet peak consumer demand in a more economically sound way. We have been at the forefront of introducing advanced battery storage solutions across Western Canada. To support a growing wave of renewable energy demand, Enfinite plans to exceed its goal of delivering socially responsible, operationally reliable, and economically sound storage solutions.

PROJECTS

eReserve3 Battery Energy Storage Facility

Enfinite is the owner/ operator of this 20-Megawatt (MW) battery storage project in the hamlet of Clairmont (County of Grande Prairie). The Alberta Utilities Commission has approved the eReserve3 battery storage project located at SE-02-73-05-W6M, approximately 10 kilometers northeast of the Hamlet of Clairmont, in the County of Grande Prairie No. 1, Alberta. eReserve3 provides on-demand storage capacity, and will be located on privately owned and disturbed land northeast of the ATCO Electric Ltd. owned Mercer Hill 728S Substation. Construction is set to commence in early 2022.
Project details >

eReserve4 Battery Energy Storage Facility

Enfinite is proposing the construction and operation of a 20-Megawatt (MW) battery energy storage facility (BESF) approximately 8 kilometers southeast of the Town of Hardisty, in the Municipal District of Provost No. 52, Alberta (the Project). Enfinite intends to apply to the Alberta Utilities Commission for approval to install the eReserve4 BESF, located at NE-09-042-09 W4M, to support the reliability of the distribution network and local electricity demands to ensure consumers needs are met. eReserve4 will be collocated with eReserve6 on privately owned and previously disturbed land east of the AltaLink owned Nilrem 574S Substation.

If you have questions about the Project, or would like to provide feedback, we encourage you to reach out to our team.

Developer link: https://ereserve-project.com/ereserve4-6

eReserve5 Battery Energy Storage Facility

Enfinite is proposing the construction and operation of a 20-Megawatt (MW) battery energy storage facility (BESF) approximately 3 kilometers southeast of the Village of Hughenden, in the Municipal District of Provost No. 52, Alberta (the Project). Enfinite intends to apply to the Alberta Utilities Commission for approval to install the eReserve5 BESF, located at SW 03-041-07 W4M, to support the reliability of the distribution network and local electricity demands to ensure consumers needs are met. eReserve5 will be located on privately owned and previously disturbed land east of the AltaLink owned Hughenden 213S Substation.

If you have questions about the Project, or would like to provide feedback, we encourage you to reach out to our team.

Developer link: https://ereserve-project.com/ereserve5

eReserve6 Battery Energy Storage Facility

Enfinite is proposing the construction and operation of a 20-Megawatt (MW) battery energy storage facility (BESF) approximately 8 kilometers southeast of the Town of Hardisty, in the Municipal District of Provost No. 52, Alberta (the Project). Enfinite intends to apply to the Alberta Utilities Commission for approval to install the eReserve6 BESF, located at NE-09-042-09 W4M, to support the reliability of the distribution network and local electrical needs when consumers need it most. eReserve6 will be collocated with eReserve4 on privately owned and previously disturbed land east of the AltaLink owned Nilrem 574S Substation.

If you have questions about the Project, or would like to provide feedback, we encourage you to reach out to our team.

Developer link: https://ereserve-project.com/ereserve4-6

eReserve7 Battery Energy Storage Facility

Enfinite is proposing the construction and operation of a 20-Megawatt (MW) battery energy storage facility (BESF) approximately 4 kilometers west of the community of Wapiti in the Municipal District of Greenview, Alberta (the Project). Enfinite intends to apply to the Alberta Utilities Commission for approval to install the eReserve7 BESF, located at NW-08-069-08 W6M, to support the reliability of the distribution network and local electrical needs when consumers need it most. eReserve7 will be collocated with eReserve8 on privately owned and previously disturbed land directly north of the ATCO owned Wapiti 823S Substation.

If you have questions about the Project, or would like to provide feedback, we encourage you to reach out to our team by email (eReserve7-8@maskwaenv.com) or phone (1-888-893-7189).

Additional Project information [Hyperlinks]:

Newsletter > & Map >

Participating in the AUC’s Independent Review Process to Consider Facility Applications >

eReserve8 Battery Energy Storage Facility

Enfinite is proposing the construction and operation of a 20-Megawatt (MW) battery energy storage facility (BESF) approximately 4 kilometers west of the community of Wapiti in the Municipal District of Greenview, Alberta (the Project). Enfinite intends to apply to the Alberta Utilities Commission for approval to install the eReserve8 BESF, located at NW-08-069-08 W6M, to support the reliability of the distribution network and local electrical needs when consumers need it most. eReserve8 will be collocated with eReserve7 on privately owned and previously disturbed land directly north of the ATCO owned Wapiti 823S Substation.

If you have questions about the Project, or would like to provide feedback, we encourage you to reach out to our team by email (eReserve7-8@maskwaenv.com) or phone (1-888-893-7189).

Additional Project information [Hyperlinks]:

Newsletter > & Map >

Participating in the AUC’s Independent Review Process to Consider Facility Applications >

eReserve9 Battery Energy Storage Facility

Enfinite is proposing the construction and operation of a 20-Megawatt (MW) battery energy storage facility (BESF) approximately 6 kilometers southwest of the community of Hythe in the County of Grand Prairie, Alberta (the Project). Enfinite intends to apply to the Alberta Utilities Commission for approval to install the eReserve9 BESF, located at NW 34-072-11 W6M, to support the reliability of the distribution network and local electrical needs when consumers need it most. eReserve9 will be located on privately owned and previously disturbed land directly south of the ATCO owned Goodfare 815S Substation.

If you have questions about the Project, or would like to provide feedback, we encourage you to reach out to our team by email (eReserve9@maskwaenv.com) or phone (1-888-868-5301).

Additional Project information [Hyperlinks]:

Newsletter >Map >

Participating in the AUC’s Independent Review Process to Consider Facility Applications >

LEADERSHIP

A team with Enfinite potential.

Matt Braaten

President & CEO

Matt Braaten has over twenty years of experience in the energy and finance sectors. A graduate of the University of Alberta School of Business, Matt is a designated Chartered Accountant. For the past ten years, Matt has held senior executive and leadership positions in organizations participating in the energy services, oil and gas, and power production industries.

Jason White

Chief Operating Officer

Jason White is a professional engineer with senior management experience in the energy service, midstream, and aviation sectors. Jason graduated from the University of Calgary with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering. Most recently, he managed the Reliability Services division at Westpower, a leading North American rotating equipment solutions provider. Prior to Westpower, Jason was employed by Avmax, an organization which specializes in engineering related services for the aviation industry.

Ryan Marx

Vice President Operations

As an energy sector professional, Ryan Marx has over 29 years of diverse and progressive energy sector knowledge. Ryan has proven leadership, relationship building, technical skills, and consistently produces results in operational performance. Prior to Enfinite, he held senior field and corporate based operational leadership roles with several major western Canadian energy producers.

Taylor Smith

Vice President Finance

Taylor Smith is a designated Chartered Accountant with nearly a decade of experience in accounting and finance, with exposure to a variety of industries through his previous work experiences. Prior to joining Enfinite, Taylor worked for seven years at an international accounting firm within the Audit and Corporate Restructuring departments. In addition to obtaining his Chartered Accountant designation in 2015, Taylor graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Saskatchewan. Taylor also sits on the Board of Directors for the Discovery House Family Violence Prevention Shelter.

Katie Ewanchuk

Controller

Katie Ewanchuk began her career in public accounting where she earned her Chartered Professional Accountant designation. Katie has nearly a decade of experience in accounting and finance, with knowledge in a variety of industries. Prior to Enfinite, she held a senior role with a large architecture and design firm in Calgary.

CONTACT

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1320, 150 – 9th Ave SW

Calgary, Alberta T2P 3H9

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