Take Advantage Of Your Data

Through our agile technology platform, we help companies in the energy industry obtain a constant flow of data for accurate decision-making.

According to the IEA,

21,567,251 TJ

of energy were produced in Canada in 2020.

Data and statistics are key to develope effective and efficient energy policies. It is important to visualize them correctly in order to understand them.

About Us

IDA Energy by
Bow River Solutions Inc.

IDA stands for Interoperability Data Analysis.

Interoperability is the ability of computer-based platforms to exchange information in a uniform and efficient manner. Data analysis is the in-depth study of a certain amount of data to obtain valuable conclusions.

If we join these terms, we obtain a digital platform that can help you investigate a particular aspect of your company to lead you to wise decision making and the creation of more efficient strategies. 

IDA focuses especially on the energy industry, the basis of our civilization and economy.

Why Choose IDA Energy?

Effectiveness

Execute effective data extraction, storage and most importantly visualization.

Predictability

Create predictive models so you can forecast the way your company will behave.

Improvement

A guide to planning and a basis for improving processes immediately or in the future.

Understanding

Understand the risks that revolve around your industry and which ones affect your company.

Energy Data Analysis

It does not matter what energy source your company works with, information can be used to empower and improve your data stream.

Oil

Oil is used to create transportation fuels such as gasoline, diesel and jet fuel. It’s also used for heating, and as a feedstock for petrochemicals.

Natural Gas

In addition to heating and cooking, natural gas has a variety of uses including transportation and electricity generation. 

Coal

The combustion of coal is used to convert water into high-pressure steam, which drives a turbine, which produces electricity.

Hydropower

Hydro is the largest source of electricity generation in Canada; most of it is is produced when water is stored behind a dam. 

Nuclear

There are four active nuclear power plants in Canada, which in 2017 generated about 15% of the electricity need of the country.

Wind

Wind power capacity is forecast to continue growing due to increased interest from electricity producers and government initiatives. 

Solar

Solar technologies use the sun’s energy to heat homes and water and generate electricity. A popular renewable source.

Geothermal

Geothermal energy can be captured from the heat stored beneath the earth’s surface.

Biomass and Biofuel

Biomass is a biological material that has stored sunlight as a chemical energy. Biofuels derived from renewable sources are a growing form of energy.