Spark Power delivers technical innovation, asset management, project development, maintenance, service and operational support to the renewable energy sector and industrial, commercial, institutional (ICI) and utility markets.

The power and energy sector is transforming from a unilateral monopoly into an integrated, networked ecosystem with consumers becoming producers. The emergence of new technologies, consumer demand, regulatory environment and innovative businesses creating new power alternatives are driving and accelerating this change. Spark Power, with diversified interests in the power services and renewable power sectors, is helping to revolutionize the way electricity infrastructure services are delivered.

Our History

Spara Capital, a boutique investment bank and M&A firm established in 2001 by Jason Sparaga and Eric Waxman, connected with entrepreneur, Andrew Clark, created Spark Power to capitalize on the provincial government’s newly implemented Green Energy Act.

Through aggressive growth and a series of acquisitions, Spark Power has over 700 employees and 6,500 customers and has established itself as leader in delivering power systems solutions in Canada.


Spark Power staff are Professional Engineers and Engineering Technologists, Certified Electrical Technologists, Journeymen, Electricians (309A) and Powerline Technician, with an average tenure of over 10 years’ experience in power systems management.

Engagement with the Environment

Spark Power is committed to delivering green energy to Ontario. We maintain and operate over 2000 solar and wind energy assets and have 500 MW of renewable power under management. We have created and continue to manage two of the largest renewable energy co-ops in Canada: AGRIS Solar Co-op and Green Energy Co-Operative of Ontario (GECO).

Dedication to Safety

We meet and exceed all regulatory requirements for safety as evidenced by over 280,000 hours worked without a lost-time injury. We consistently meet or exceed our customers’ safety compliance requirements as measured by leading third party organizations, such as ISN and AVIDIS. We invite you to read more on our health and safety initiatives.

Corporate Social Responsibility

Spark Power is dedicated to supporting people and associations having positive impacts on their communities and the environment. Our corporate social responsibility programs have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to support the initiatives of not-for profit organizations including:

  • Prostate Cancer Canada
  • Unity for Autism
  • Food Allergies Canada
  • Brock University Goodman School of Business
  • Safe Communities Canada Foundation
  • Kidney Foundation of Canada
  • Smart Risk
  • WiRE
  • Ottawa Senators Foundation
  • Hamilton United Way

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