Epoch is an energy development company. There are three main ways we are able to help our clients:
CLEAN & LOCAL ENERGY
OPTIMIZE & REPURPOSE
CLEAN & LOCAL ENERGY SOLUTIONS
Epoch isn't here to sell you a technology or one particular solution. Our goal is to identify which clean and local energy will serve you best.
We want to work with you to find the right energy mix for you. We want to ensure the solution we create will work for you. Including if you need to prioritize job creation, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, etc.
Last, we will design, install, and evaluate the solution we created together.
OPTIMIZING & REPURPOSING EXISTING SYSTEMS
First, we can assess how your existing system operates. There may be hidden ways to increase efficiencies and deliver you short-term solutions using your existing infrastructure and equipment.
Epoch can assess the operation of your existing energy system. Here we can identify ways to improve and increase efficiencies in the short term. The goal here is to improve what you already have and make it work better for you.
Re-purposing involves looking at under used opportunities nearby. Oil and gas well can be re-purposed for heat or electricity, with the right conditions, for example. Epoch will test to see if these assets can work for you.
INTEGRATE THE ENERGY SOLUTION
FOR LOCAL FOOD PRODUCTION
Our initial projects in geothermal heat and power helped us understand the integral link between reliable and affordable energy needed for food production.
Whether you have your own agricultural projects or you are interested in them for your community, Epoch is able to integrate our energy solutions to provide local and organic good production.
Below are two of our strategic partners which can be used to improve food self-sufficiency.
Uses an innovative aeroponic system to grow healthy & quality sprouted cereal grains year-round in less time with fewer resources.
99% reduction in land required
95% reduction in water required
20% reduction in growing time required
Pilot project grew four tonnes of barley grass a day using 2,800 square feet of vertical growing space. Read more >>>
Quote from Keith Driver of Waterford Farms
Pilot project for Rocky Mountain Shrimp's innovative water filtration and treatment system to take shrimp from larvae to market-ready.
Waterford Farm's goal is to produce 70,000 pounds of shrimp a year (and up to 140,000 pounds in the future) in a 9,000 square foot indoor space in Strathmore, Alberta.
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