Canadian Power for Your Wallet
While renewable energies are currently treated rather shabby in Germany, Canada has realized how important clean power is. Due to fixed feed-in remuneration and the climate agreement, there are new chances for solar and wind power. Up until 2030, 90% of Canadian power is to be produced by renewable sources.
Investor-Friendly Wind Power in Canada
Helen Platis, president of Lacuna Canada talks about attractive investments and renewable energies in Canada.
Helen Platis has been managing small and middle businesses in private and public sectors for the past 20 years. She has extended experience in leading cross-functional teams and establishing successful business contacts. Her area of expertise, working with global players to develop marketing strategies and joint ventures, is an important asset for Lacuna Canada.
Helen Platis had a leading position in many businesses, including globally operating energy providers like SKY Solar Group, Duke Energy (Union Gas), Ontario Hydro, Centrica PLC (Direct Energy) and Stantec Consulting.
She received a masters degree in business administration from the University of Toronto and added a Master of Business Administration from the Rotman School of Management. In 2015, she finished the Directors Education Programm, which makes her a member of the Institute of Corporate Directors, where she can established valuable contacts.
Peter Haimerl gained the post of CEO of Lacuna's sister company Holistic GmbH in 2003. Since 2006, he gradually increased hin involvement in photovoltaik and wind power, eventually taking over the management of Fronteris Service GmbH. Starting in 2012, the company has been supervising, managing and marketing the own wind and solar plants.
In 2013 Peter became the sole manager of Iliotec GmbH - a Bavarian specialist for photovoltaic and solar panels. He has a degree as Business Manager from the Fachhochschule Deggendorf.