About Us

Sustainable energy for a better world.



Provide renewable energy every day, in the greatest respect and interest of the host communities, for a sustainable and inclusive future.

20 years of experience in sustainable development

Founded in 2004, Kruger Energy specializes in developing and managing green and renewable power plants. Including hydro, wind, solar, energy storage and biomass cogeneration, our assets comprise 47 power production sites with a total installed capacity of 650 MW.

Over 20 years, Kruger Energy team has developed this vast portfolio of power plants while building a team of 80 professionals committed to making their organization a model in the renewable energy sector.

Always on the lookout for growth opportunities, we are actively developing new projects in collaboration with host communities and First Nations, mainly across North America. In 2022, Kruger Energy began electrifying Kruger’s business sectors fleet of trucks with the goal of deploying several dozens of EV trucks in a close future.

The values that guide our actions


We have the will to be innovative, results-oriented, and to take initiatives to create value.


We aim to go above and beyond through continuous improvement, maintaining the highest standards, and achieving our goals.


Employee focus
We strive for both individual and collective success in a collaborative, inclusive, and dynamic workplace that promotes personal accountability, mentorship, coaching, respect, and trust.


Respecting partners
We act ethically, and base our interactions on integrity, active listening, and transparency.


Social responsibility
We are committed to making a positive impact in the communities in which we operate.

Management team

Jean Roy

Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Kruger Energy and Real Estate

Maxime Cossette

Vice President, Marketing and Business Development

Marc-André Lefebvre

Chief Financial Officer, Kruger Energy and Real Estate

JJ Davis

Vice President, Operations and Asset Management

Awards and distinctions

Throughout the years, several industry organizations have recognized Kruger Energy for its social commitment, dedication to sustainable development, and the excellence of its operations.

Innovation in Environment and Sustainability Award

2014 Conscientia Gala – From left to right: Gilles Côté, Sustainability Manager; Martin Thibaudeau, formerly Operations and Maintenance Manager of Kruger Energy’s Québec facilities; and Charles Tisseyre, Honorary President of the third edition of the Conscientia Gala.

CanWAE 2014 Wind Energy Project

Kruger Energy Montérégie Wind Farm – Recipient of the Canadian Wind Energy Industry – From left to right: Robert Hornung (on the left), President, Canadian Wind Energy Association, presented the 2014 Wind Energy Project Award to Jean Roy (on the right), Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Kruger Energy.

Innovation Award – CNESST

Annual Gala of the CNESST – From left to right: Mr. Jean Roy, SVP and COO, Kruger Energy; Anne-Marie Piché, HR Technician; Mélanie Simon, HR Manager; and Pierre Janelle, VP Operations and Asset Management.

Our history

Strong Start

Strong Start


  • Kruger Inc. founds Kruger Energy
  • Initial portfolio:
    • 3 hydroelectric plants
    • 1 biomass cogeneration plant
  • Spring 2004:
    • Construction of a 23 MW biomass cogeneration plant in Brompton, QC
  • Acquisitions:
    • 2 hydroelectric power stations in Virginia and New York (U.S.)
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Rapid growth

Rapid growth


  • First wind farm commissioned in Port Alma, Ontario:
    • 44 wind turbines
    • Installed capacity of 101.2 MW
  • Kruger Energy signed a procurement contract with Hydro-Québec for the Montérégie wind farm.
  • New state-of-the-art monitoring centre opened at its head office in Montreal to control its various facilities remotely and in real time.
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Hydroelectric development

Hydroelectric development


  • 20 small hydroelectric power plants acquired in the United States
  • Our hydroelectric portfolio is expanding:
    • 21 plants in 4 states
    • Power stations in Quebec and Newfoundland and Labrador
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Ontario asking for more

Ontario asking for more


  • Second wind farm opened in Ontario, in the same municipality as the Port Alma wind farm, namely Chatham-Kent, on the shores of Lake Erie.
  • Chatham wind farm:
    • 44 wind turbines
    • Total installed capacity of 101.2 MW
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First wind farm in Quebec

First wind farm in Quebec


Kruger Energy commissions its first wind farm in Quebec: the Montérégie Wind Farm:

  • 44 wind turbines
  • 5 municipalities adjacent to the Greater Montreal area: Saint-Isidore (19 wind turbines), Saint-Rémi (10), Saint-Michel (7), Saint-Constant (5) and Mercier (3)
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Hydraulic growth and expansion into solar development

Hydraulic growth and expansion into solar development


  • 2014:
    • 22 MW hydroelectric power station acquired in Zeballos, Vancouver Island
  • 2015:
    • Commissioned a 50 MW solar power complex for a third party in southern California
  • 2017:
    • 3.4 MW hydroelectric power plant acquired in Emeryville, Maine
    • Two rooftop solar projects acquired in North Carolina with a combined capacity of 1.5 MW
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Expanded wind power development in Quebec

Expanded wind power development in Quebec


Second wind farm developed and commissioned in Quebec, the Des Cultures wind farm, in partnership with the Kahnawà:ke Mohawk community:

  • Installed capacity of 24 MW
  • 6 wind turbines
  • Municipalities of Saint-Rémi and Saint-Michel
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Energy storage project Development in Ontario and the United States

Energy storage project Development in Ontario and the United States



  • Acquisition of four behind- Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) facilities totaling 1.3 MW/5.2 MWh at commercial sites in New York State.
  • The BESS facilities are located in Westchester County in downstate New York, where electricity consumers face some of the highest energy, capacity, and delivery charges in the country.


  • Commissioning of 2 MW/6 MWh Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) in Hingham, Massachusetts.
  • The BESS facility provides peak shaving services to the local municipal utility and participates in ISO-NE wholesale markets.


  • Commissioning of 1 MW/2 MWh Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) at Kruger packaging facility in Brampton, ON.
  • BESS dispatched to reduce facility demand during system peaks and corresponding Global Adjustment charges under Industrial Conservation Initiative (ICI) program.
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Solar power development in Guatemala

Solar power development in Guatemala


8 MW Zacapa Solar photovoltaic solar farm commissioned to power a tissue paper mill in Guatemala:

  • 20,544 solar panels installed at ground level and on the roof of a building
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Truck fleet electrified

Truck fleet electrified


Kruger Energy begins electrifying its fleet of trucks with the goal of deploying several dozen.

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Fully committed to the energy transition


  • Kruger Energy continues to expand its operations in a variety of energy sectors across North America:
    • Quebec-based wind projects submitted following a 1,500 MW call for tenders by Hydro-Québec
  • Development of North American solar, hydro and wind power projects
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