Business View Magazine | Volume 9, Issue 2

40 BUSINESS VIEW MAGAZINE VOLUME 9, ISSUE 2 install our CHP units at no cost to the owners of the buildings where they are housed. We basically earn our money by selling electricity at a 10% discount to the market.” Moving forward, Strashin Developments is looking to invest in more practical solutions to the climate crisis. Elliot reports, “AI renewables is also bidding on 450 megawatts of solar farms in Nova Scotia at market rates. If we are successful in our bid, we will be in partnership with the Mi’kmaq people and other local communities in the province.” All of these initiatives, whether they involve solar power, CHP units, or any other green technology, are financially viable, without government grants or subsidized pricing. Idealism won’t save the planet, but perhaps some of the projects being supported by Strashin Developments will. PREFERRED VENDOR/PARTNER n BrokerLink Inc.