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For Immediate Release OAKVILLE, ONTARIO—May 15, 2019—Spark Power Group Inc. (TSX: SPG)(SPG.WT), parent company to Spark Power Corp. (“Spark Power” or the “Company”), a leading independent provider of integrated power …

Q1 revenue up 73.7% over Q1 2018 EBITDA increased to $3.2 million as compared to $2.3 million in Q1 2018 OAKVILLE, ONTARIO – May 14, 2019 – Spark Power Group …

Company to issue its Fiscal 2019 first quarter results press release on Tuesday, May 14th after markets close with a conference call scheduled on Wednesday, May 15th at 8:30 a.m. …

At the start of Tony Seba’s presentation at The Future of Power at Evergreen Brick Works, he invited the audience to play a little game. Look at the images[1] below: …

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Featured Projects

Rogers Centre

Toronto, Ontario

New Electric, a Spark Power company, completed a major renovation on the world’s first-ever, fully retractable stadium roof at the Rogers Centre, home of the Toronto Blue Jays. The roof was retrofitted with a modern control system, new state of the art weather station, and 76 high-efficiency AC motors, allowing the 11,000 tonnes of steel to open and close 46% faster.

Nelson Community Solar Garden

Nelson, British Columbia

Bullfrog Power, a Spark Power company, and City of Nelson in British Columbia partnered to develop the 60 kW Nelson Community Solar Garden project, employing the Virtual Net-Metering (VNM) model. This innovative community solar garden installation showcases benefits of VNM and how Canadians can support renewable energy projects in their community.

Sunny Shores

Prince Edward County, Ontario

Spark Solar, a Spark Power company, developed, oversaw construction and commissioned the Sunny Shores solar project. The 14 MW solar farm was sold during development to Oakville Hydro Energy Services Inc., whom then contracted with Spark Solar to bring the project to COD in September 2014.