StormFisher owns and operates a 2.85 MW biogas facility in London, Ontario that converts up to 100,000 tonnes of organic waste each year into renewable energy and organic-based fertilizer. We provide disposal services to Ontario’s food processors, food retailers, waste haulers, and any business where food is either prepared or consumed. In addition StormFisher has been involved in the development of numerous other facilities in the U.S. and Canada.
Count on our expertise in project development, financing and operations in the recycling, waste and energy sectors.
Over the next 10 years, StormFisher’s biogas plant will….
Avoid releasing CO2e equivalent to taking 7,500 cars off the road
Save Ontario food processors over $50 million in food waste disposal fees
Deliver sufficient clean energy to power over 10,000 Canadians
Mr. Moffatt has extensive management and technical experience in the environmental, waste and renewable energy sectors. He has led project development, engineering design, feedstock procurement and technical support of complex organics processing and anaerobic digestion sites across North America. Brandon has an MBA from the Odette School of Business and holds a B.ASc. in Environmental Engineering from the University of Waterloo.
Mr. Guillon has extensive experience in the commercialization and financing of innovative clean technologies. Chris co-founded StormFisher, a North American pioneer in the commercialization of biogas, where he has spearheaded the financing and sales activities of the company. He has in-depth experience in securing venture capital, project financing, term debt as well as non-dilutive government grants. Chris also has led StormFisher’s merger & acquisition activities including the sale of the company from its private equity parent to a joint venture of GE and AES, and its subsequent management buyback. In addition, Chris has led the purchase and sale of several renewable energy assets. Chris has an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business and holds a B.Sc. and M.Sc. in biology from McGill University.
Mr. Fallis has the unique ability to manage both the commercial and technical aspects of facility operation. Pearce has been in development and operations of renewable energy assets in Ontario since 2008, with a focus on waste management and energy. He holds an engineering degree from McGill University and is a licenced Engineer in Ontario.