Sequoia Energy acquires C-Free Power Corp hydropower, wind assets

Sequoia Energy Inc. has acquired the assets of Calgary-based renewable energy company C-Free Power Corp. and established a Calgary office with the intent of broadening Sequoia’s renewable energy role in North America, Sequoia reported.

“C-Free’s renewable energy assets add over 1,600 megawatts of developmental wind and water power projects to Sequoia’s active development in five Canadian provinces and 15 U.S. states. The C-Free assets are an important addition to the new energy pipeline Sequoia is developing across North America, including Western Canada,” said Sequoia’s President and CEO Ron Diduch.

Diduch said: “The C-Free staff and the projects they’ve been working on in B.C., Alberta and Saskatchewan are a great addition to our efforts to create more renewable energy for North America. The Calgary office complements our current staff, who are working on projects as far east as Ontario and as far south as Texas. Together we improve the role we all play in bringing better energy solutions to this part of the world.”

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