Making Solar Simple

Grasshopper Solar was formed in 2010 as a branch of Grasshopper Energy. The company is one of the most experienced installers of rooftop and ground-mount solar systems in Ontario. It addresses an increasing demand for renewable energy with systems that are designed to perform reliably and are supported by its proprietary, state-of-the-art software. The company’s affordable systems make green energy accessible to everyone.

Grasshopper Solar Corporation

Transforming an Industry

BCR Environmental is transforming the way we manage biosolids and organic wastes. “Our goal is to disrupt the mass market by providing sustainable solutions – defined by economical and environmental sustainability – to the small to medium-sized underserved market,” says President and CEO Aaron F. Zahn.

BCR Environmental

In the Heart of Texas

League City is within the nine-county metropolitan area of Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land and just a half hour drive from Houston, the most populous city in the State of Texas. The city sits at the former site of a Karankawa Indian village, and the rich history of League City lives on today through its 95,000 residents and its many attractions.

League City

Growing Fast, Growing Smart

Growing Fast, Growing Smart City of Menifee, CABy Mark Golombek View in E-MagazineView in Brochure Menifee, California is a city in southwestern Riverside County and part of the Los Angeles combined statistical area. It is currently one of the fastest-growing communities in the state. An enormous amount of activity is underway, with every major Interchange under renovation, new town centers and markets under construction and even a new courthouse in the works. To make sense of it all we spoke with Senior Management Analyst Gina Gonzalez and Economic Development Director Jeff Wyman. ~ Menifee was incorporated as a city in […]

City of Menifee, CA

Balancing Business and Life

The City of Vacaville lies almost midway between the state capital city of Sacramento and San Francisco along Interstate 80 in northern California’s lush Solano County. Vacaville has a rich and storied history going back over 160 years to 1851. In that year, Juan Manuel Vaca – who had arrived in California a decade earlier – sold his share of a Mexican land grant to William McDaniel, with a condition: that one square mile of the township would be designated ‘Vacaville.’

The City of Vacaville, California

A Culture of Growth

In the early part of the twentieth century, Peterborough, Ontario – 90 minutes northeast of Toronto – was a manufacturing town that was home to hundreds of industries. Thousands of people worked at General Electric, Quaker Oats, Peterborough Canoe, farm equipment manufacturer Alfa-Laval, Purity Packaging, popcorn manufacturer Poppycock, timepiece manufacturer Westclox, woollen mill Whitaker’s, Outboard Marine.

Peterborough & the Kawarthas, ON

The Crossroads of Opportunity

Ideally located in Will County approximately 35 miles southwest of Chicago, the Village of New Lenox, Illinois, possesses a growing population with great proximity and potential. In fact, given its logistical assets, dynamic community and progressive leadership, New Lenox has established itself as the crossroads of opportunity.

Village of New Lenox, IL

Moving Toward Sustainability in the Hub of the North

Thompson, Manitoba is a city that acknowledges its potential and is seizing opportunities to further its recognition as the Hub of the North for serving as a trade and service centre in northern Manitoba. The city provides services to communities within a radius of over four hundred kilometres.

City of Thompson, MB

Creating Success in Indiana

Noble County, Indiana, is committed to growth. “We are creating an environment that is very pro-business,” says Rick Sherck, Executive Director of Noble County Economic Development Corporation. “We are looking to help our current industries with growth opportunities, by creating a climate of collaboration between industry, education, and the elected officials of the county as a whole.”

Noble County, IN

Room to Grow

The rolling hills and farmland of LaGrange County in Northern Indiana are well-known to tourists for the large Amish population, but this area fifty-five miles east of South Bend and forty-five miles north of Fort Wayne has much more to offer. We spoke to LaGrange County Economic Development Corporation President and Chief Executive Officer Ryne Krock, to find out more.

LaGrange County, IN

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