We live solar every day.

Dedicated to advancing solar use

KCP Energy has been installing solar energy systems in Alberta from before solar was cool. For over ten years we have focused on energy efficiency, solar heating, and solar electric systems on both large-scale commercial and enlightened residential properties.

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We help homeowners use less and save more by assessing your home’s current efficiency and then installing the right solution.

From an assessment of your home's solar potential, to providing financing for your project through ATB, we do our best to help you live solar. Plus, we handle the installation, energizing, permitting, and inspections.

In 2011 we won Homestar’s “Contractor of the Year” award, and in 2014, we were awarded the Game Changer of the Year by CanSIA (the Canadian Solar Industries Association), and we did the largest commercial rooftop solar installation in Southern Alberta (Whitehorn Recreation Centre, 2016).

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Get to know us

Geoff Domenico

President
The thought of a future conversation with my grown children about how we believed climate change was real but chose to sit by and do nothing led to they creation of KCP Energy. The initials KCP are the first letters of the names of my family. Eleven years later KCP continues to do our part to make a real difference, one customer at a time through the sale and installation of solar products. It is our mission to help you live solar now.

As the President of KCP Energy I’ve led well over one hundred unique solar electric, solar thermal and energy efficiency projects. We’ve learned a lot about solar over our eleven years in the Alberta Solar business and we look forward to the opportunity to work with you to enable solar electric power generation for your home or business. In case you are curious, I hold a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Queen's University and am a member of APEGA.

Valerie Atkinson

Project Coordinator & Residential Sales
Originally settling in the Canadian Rockies via the culinary apprenticeship program at the iconic Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, I achieved my Journeyman Certificate and Red Seal as a Chef. I transitioned to Executive Assistant to the Director of the Food & Beverage Department, completing payroll for upwards of 400 colleagues, department forecasting and planning, and eventually taking on internal sales and marketing campaigns. I also built an Arbonne International business (a vegan company, focused on environmentally sustainable products).

With this background, KCP Energy was a natural fit, and I now work full-time coordinating projects that make a real and beneficial impact to our client’s lives and the world we live in. Living a healthy lifestyle is of the utmost importance to me and I wish to show people that they can absolutely impact the world we live in, even in the smallest of ways.

Lee Sinal

Residential Business Manager
I was excited to join KCP at the beginning of 2018 because of the stellar reputation they had earned when I was the regional sales manager with HES PV, Canada’s largest solar distribution and engineering company. KCP Energy was widely known for quality installations along with completing some of the largest solar projects in the province.

I personally believe solar energy to be one of the most phenomenal technologies and thoroughly enjoy explaining how to harness that big ball of energy in the sky. In my spare time I play lacrosse for the Beaumont Outlaws lacrosse club, travel extensively, and enjoy everything the outdoors has to offer. I hold a bilingual Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Alberta, majoring in natural resources, energy and the environment.

Nick Crotty

Installation Manager, Master Electrician
Born and raised in Calgary, I come from a family of electricians whose careers flourished in the oil and gas industry. After 15+ years of doing commercial and industrial electrical work, I transitioned into Solar because I see the opportunity to become a leader in the industry. I believe that solar energy’s time has arrived, and I want to bring it to the people. I get excited seeing how much solar power can do for our customers and my job is the most rewarding when I deal with folks who are enthusiastic about their solar potential.

I did my schooling at SAIT and prior to joining KCP Energy I led teams in major projects such as the Calgary International Airport Expansion, the new South Hospital and the Children's Hospital. I enjoy camping, creating artistic portraits and tattoo design, playing hockey and coaching at the bantam level, and I love the outdoors, particularly as an avid fisherman and boater.

Darby McGraw

Junior Electrical Engineer
I’ve been interested in green energy initiatives since working at an environmentally conscious cafe and volunteering in waste management at the Calgary Folk Festival. I’m a recent graduate from the University of Calgary where I received an Electrical Engineering degree, and I currently work as a Junior Electrical Engineer at KCP Energy. Previously, I designed electrical systems for commercial buildings, including the Panda Passage Exhibit at the Calgary Zoo. Now, most of the projects I work on are commercial buildings and large ground mounted solar photovoltaic systems.

For the past four years, I have been volunteering for the Emerging Leaders for Solar Energy in Alberta and currently hold the position of Co-Chair, where I advocate youth and young professionals to find their passion in the solar industry. Currently, I am working on providing solar photovoltaic education for K-12 students in Alberta.

Kelsey Slemko

Summer Intern
Growing up in the mountains I’ve always had a love for the outdoors and a desire to live a green sustainable life. I have been a bike coach with the Rundle Mountain Cycling Club for 5 years and was awarded the Mountain Idol Award (2015), for exemplifying an outdoor and environmental lifestyle and being a valued role model and mentor to the Bow Valley.

I’ve just completed my 3rd year of Mechanical Engineering at the University of British Columbia in the Okanagan and have come aboard KCP Energy to grow and learn about the solar industry. I spent my last two summers working for Parks Canada at the Banff Visitor Centre and assisting the student engineering team. With the student engineers, we assessed and redesigned the Cave and Basin and Two Jack Lake parking lots, and altered both the Bow Valley Parkway and Lake Minnewanka Drive to adjust for increased traffic.

Southern Alberta

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Southern Alberta

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