Daniel Gillenwater has been actively developing renewable energy projects with Hydromega Services Inc. for the past 9 years. He has a strong technical background, strives to develop fruitful and long-term relations with local communities and has a deep understanding of the complexities and challenges involves in the development of successful projects. Within Hydromega’s development team, he has successfully developed creative and viable projects benefiting from high social acceptability. He holds a mechanical engineering degree (Université de Sherbrooke) and a masters in wind power assessment (École de technologie supérieure)
Hydromega specializes itself in the conception, construction, financing and operation of independent electric facilities in Quebec and Ontario. Hydromega’s activities are focused on renewable energy including water, solar, wind and biomass power. Today, total hydroelectric production capacity developed by the company exceeds 120 MW, including the 22-MW Kapuskasing complex built in partnership with three First Nations (Brunswick House, Chapleau Ojibwe and Chapleau Cree) and the 10-MW Okikendawt project completed in partnership with Dokis First Nation.