Anatoli has been involved in various areas of business analysis and business development for over 15 years. Working for larger companies such as Lucent Technologies and KPMG and for much smaller companies in Canada, The Netherlands and Russia, he has gained expertise in strategy development and implementation, financial analysis, feasibility study development and tender set up and evaluation.
Anatoli has conducted feasibility studies for a 1MW rooftop and 10 MW ground mounted solar PV projects located in Canada and in French overseas territory. Recently, Anatoli oversaw the evaluation of tender applications for a $20M solar PV project in the GTA.
Anatoli has graduated from St. Petersburg Technical University (one of the top 10 Russian technical universities) as MSc in Computer Science / Engineering. Later he has earned his MBA from the TSM Business School in The Netherlands. His education in solar PV is based on course in feasibility study development taken at Willis College / Clean Energy Institute in Canada and vast experience gained in the field.
Vladimir brings expertise from several different fields into the company. Working as an associate at Infrastructure Ontario with project delivery and project finance groups Vladimir helped create and modify financial models and templates used for multi-billion dollar projects under both Build-Finance (DB) and Design-Build-Finance-Maintain (DBFM) delivery models.
He has worked at Enwave Energy Corp to overhaul the operational model for the Deep Lake Water Cooling system. This work included equipment analysis and modeling of the DLWC plant for operational and finance purposes. The project was built in 2006 to use cold water from the bottom of Lake Ontario to serve as the central cooling provider for over 25 high rise buildings in downtown Toronto.
Vladimir has also worked in the District Engineering services with the City of Toronto. Working for the City, Vladimir led a team of 3 people to redesign and improve processes used by the planning and engineering department. The newly created processes were then implemented across 3 different city halls.
Vladimir graduated from University of Waterloo Systems Design Engineering with a minor in Management Science. His studies focused on energy, business management and business optimization.