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We support your sustainability initiatives and deliver energy conservation results
Greenwave produces results through detailed measurement and verification solutions that cover all elements of energy – water, electricity and gas.
By analyzing your consumption, we consult with you to implement both non-capital and ROI based conservation actions. Detailed and accurate information allows you to make informed decisions on the behavioural changes, scheduling changes and capital investments that produce energy conservation results.
We will quantify your cost savings and your carbon footprint reductions.
Greenwave Innovations is a Saskatchewan based energy management company providing electricity, natural gas and water sub-monitoring solutions. Our technology accurately identifies the energy efficiency opportunities that produce consumption and carbon emission reduction results. We partner with our clients to implement predictive maintenance strategies, monitor the readiness of safety and emergency systems and reduce the risk of loss and insurance claims. With data in hand, we can properly size renewable energy generation and storage solutions as part of supporting our client’s sustainability initiatives.
Dean Clark, BASc
Chairman & CEO
Mr. Clark is the Co-founder of Greenwave Innovations Inc. and the visionary behind Greenwave’s specialized approach to energy efficiency consulting. Upon obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree in Electronic Systems Engineering, Dean embarked on a decade of telecommunication deployments with stops in China, Australia, Israel, Chile, Brazil, Mexico and throughout North America. After a return to Saskatchewan and a successful venture in the entrepreneurial world, Dean’s perspective and dedication to the efficiency sector lead to the creation of Greenwave. Dean has participated at countless provincial, national and international efficiency and climate change events, including as a Canadian Delegate for the COP25 – 2019 United Nations Climate Convention in Madrid, Spain.
Kathy Lamont, CA, CPA
Chief Financial Officer
Mrs. Lamont joined Greenwave Innovations in 2021 and brings with her over 15 years of experience building and leading financial, technology and governance functions and teams. Kathy’s leadership, diverse skillset and experience reporting to key stakeholders is a vital asset. Prior to joining Greenwave, Kathy was a CFO in the financial services sector responsible for accounting, financial planning and analysis, treasury, pricing, IT infrastructure and governance, and risk and compliance. Kathy graduated from the University of Regina with a Bachelor of Business Administration before completing her Chartered Accountant and Chartered Professional Accountant designations.
Vice President, Business Development
Mr. Tate is a founding partner of Greenwave Innovations Inc. and brings with him 20+ years of sales, sales management, entrepreneurial and business development expertise. Prior to taking a leadership role within Greenwave, Mike held an executive position with a large North American electrical contracting company, overseeing technical sales and management of pan-Canadian accounts. Mike’s extensive network within the business community and approach to relationship management are the cornerstone of Greenwave’s client relations. In addition to being featured as a keynote speaker, panelist and panel host at numerous industry events, Mike dedicates a significant portion of his free time to charitable and noteworthy community initiatives.
Director of Operations
Mr. Hunter joined Greenwave Innovations in 2022 and brings many years of client management experience. Utilizing his high energy and passion for people engagement, he is responsible for leading the Operations team to success. This includes overall engineering and account management leadership, ensuring the delivery of contracted solutions, and identifying and securing new sales opportunities within our existing portfolios. Prior to joining Greenwave, Bruce was a Senior Account Executive with an IT managed services provider.
Our Board of Directors
Dean Clark, BASc
Chairman & CEO
Mr. Clark is the Co-founder of Greenwave Innovations Inc. and the visionary behind Greenwave’s specialized approach to energy efficiency consulting. Upon obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree in Electronic Systems Engineering, Dean embarked on a decade of telecommunication deployments with stops in China, Australia, Israel, Chile, Brazil, Mexico and throughout North America. After a return to Saskatchewan and a successful venture in the entrepreneurial world, Dean’s perspective and dedication to the efficiency sector lead to the creation of Greenwave. Dean has participated at countless provincial, national and international efficiency and climate change events, including most recently, as a Canadian Delegate for the COP25 – 2019 United Nations Climate Convention in Madrid, Spain.
Ms. Klein is the President of the Phoenix Group, a communications and web development firm headquartered in Regina, Saskatchewan. She received her M.Ed. from the University of Manitoba and Professional Director designation from the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy. She has worked internationally and across Canada for private, public and not-for-profit companies in the field of communications. Pam currently serves as Chancellor of the University of Regina and a member of their board of governors, is a founding board member of the Saskatchewan Roughrider Foundation and a director of Camp Circle O’ Friends. Pam is a recipient of the Saskatchewan Order of Merit, inductee of the Junior Achievement Business Hall of Fame, recipient of the Canada 150 Medal and recognized by the South Saskatchewan AFP as an outstanding philanthropist.
Mr. Styles presently works as a Regina-based consultant, while also serving as an Executive-in-Residence with the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy. After earning several degrees, including a master’s in economics, he served with the Government of Saskatchewan for over 35 years. Most recently Ron was President of SaskTel, prior to which he served as President of the Crown Investments Corporation, Deputy Minister of Finance, as well as in numerous other senior Government positions. During his time in government, he oversaw a variety of restructuring initiatives, including the last major corporate tax changes in Saskatchewan, the devolution of social housing to the province, and the sale of the province’s financial interests in several major assets.
Mr. Kosloski has over 25 years of senior executive management experience and provides strategic, operational, financial, governance, human resource and business leadership and advice. He currently serves as the Vice President, Corporate Counsel & Regulatory Affairs for SaskTel, where he is responsible for the organization’s Legal Department, Chief Privacy Office, Carrier Relations, Land and Easements, and regulatory affairs. Doug is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Law and Edwards School of Business where he obtained degrees in Law and Finance, and a graduate of the University of Regina where he obtained a degree in economics. In 2012, Doug became a Chartered Director through McMaster University and in 2014 he was appointed Queen’s Counsel. Doug sits on a number of boards and is an active member of The Law Society of Saskatchewan and the Canadian Bar Association.
Mr. Jeworski leads Viterra North America as CEO, overseeing the company’s corporate strategy and vision, extensive asset network and diverse team of employees. He has been with Viterra for over 20 years and has had the opportunity to lead major change initiatives during his tenure. Previously, Kyle served as Vice President, Grain Merchandising and Transportation and led the growth of Viterra’s market share in Western Canada. A firm believer in the value of collaboration and giving back, he continues to lend his industry and business expertise to the people and communities around him. Kyle sits on numerous panels, working groups and boards including the Prince Rupert Grain Board, the Board of Shock Trauma Air Rescue Service (STARS) and the Board of Economic Development Regina. Additionally, he is a Member of the Leaders Council at the Hill and Levene Schools of Business, University of Regina.