Founded in 2015, "Naveco" is a combination of navigating and economy. We want to bring forth opportunities that not only excite local residents but provide them with opportunities to get involved in the growth of their community.
We believe that New Brunswickers have a right to clean, affordable and reliable electricity. Our investment strategy seeks to maximize both financial returns and social progress. All of our projects have a positive impact on New Brunswick’s environment by reducing CO2 emissions and developing renewable sources of energy.
Corporate Vision Magazine
Energy Innovator Awards
The Energy Innovator Awards aim to showcase and celebrate the tenacity and determination of the leading companies and individuals who strive for excellence in this important and evolving sector.
Conservation Council of NB
The Milton F. Gregg Awards have been presented by the Conservation Council since 1981 to deserving individuals and organizations who have contributed to protecting New Brunswick’s environment.
Finance Monthly Magazine identifies and honours the most respected companies and individuals in business, the Game Changers. Finance Monthly’s research team draws on the views of thousands of voters including: Finance Monthly readers, investors, analysts, C- level executives, employees, and media professionals.
To develop clean energy projects which will benefit our economy and environment while keeping New Brunswick investments local and profitable.
To be the leader in creating a legacy of clean energy investment projects which inspire societal, environmental, and economic change.
Our employees call New Brunswick home. We are a diverse and ambitious group of individuals who share a passion for a cleaner environment and a more prosperous future for generations to come.
ceo & Founder
Amit is a second-generation entrepreneur from Fredericton, New Brunswick, building upon a 40-year business history in Fredericton by founding Naveco Power. His first experience in the energy sector was through a position at New Brunswick Power, conducting cost-benefit analysis.
He currently sits on the National Utilities Working Group Committee for the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. This group is made up of some of Canada's leading utilities companies focusing on energy demand, technology and regulatory challenges.
For the company, he is responsible for securing local investment for renewable energy projects that can provide long-term social and economic benefits.
Tarek moved from Montreal to Fredericton to become Naveco Power’s Operations Director. He graduated from McGill University with a Bachelor of Engineering, Mining and Mineral Engineering, and has recently completed a Master’s in Engineering Economics.
He is currently developing and implementing business models that show fiscal and monetary benefits to diversifying from emitting energy sources.
Business Development Manager
Oriana is Naveco Power Inc.’s current Business Development Manager. She is the recipient of the 2020 TD Clean Prosperity Honorary Award. Ori is originally from Venezuela and came to Fredericton to attend St. Thomas University. She completed a double major in International Relations and Economics with a concentration in Business.
Apart from her academics, she was the President and Co-Founder of the Enactus UNB Fredericton, a social entrepreneurship team, and a Resident Advisor on St. Thomas campus. She loves getting involved with people, new ideas and anything challenging. Her main passion is to use entrepreneurial action to ignite social change.
Marketing & Communications manager
Sarah Arsenault has a Bachelor of Arts degree with a double major in Communications and Journalism. She has five years in the Communications field, with a focus in Marketing. She’s responsible for engaging the community about clean energy through the use of promotional material, website, and social media.
Sarah has considerable experience in event planning and community engagement during her time at an established regional non-profit organization. She was involved in the creation, implementation, and completion of a $2.2 million fundraising campaign, which was the largest campaign in the non-profit’s 35-year history.
Mariah was born and raised in New Brunswick, moving to Fredericton from Darlings Island. She attended St. Francis Xavier University to obtain a Bachelor’s Degree in interdisciplinary studies in Aquatic Resources with Public Policy and Social Research.
She then went on to further her education by enrolling in the University of New Brunswick, where she graduated with a Master of Environmental Management.
Indigenous Sustainable Development Associate
Angel is a Mi’gmag woman in business; deeply rooted in her community the Micmacs of Gesgapegiag all while ensuring her values align with sustainable development within First Nations communities. Angel graduated with a BBA from the University of New Brunswick with an Honours in Accounting, concentration in Finance.
In the past, she was a Board of Director for the Atlantic Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada. She is certified as a Technician in Aboriginal Economic Development through the CANDO and previously sat on the National Board as the Director for Quebec.
ASSISTANT project coordinator
Gerry is from New Glasgow, Nova Scotia and studied at Acadia University graduating with a Certificate of Applied Sciences and Dalhousie University graduating with a Bachelor of Engineering in Environmental Engineering.
At Dalhousie he became interested in the renewable energy industry and upon graduation was part of the Clean Leadership Professional Internship Program with Naveco. His goal is to assist communities transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy.
Chief Barking Officer
Sadie is a Miniature Australian Shepherd who works mostly from home as the official Chief Barking Officer (CBO.) This is her first job at four years old, and she already loves the attention (but mostly the treats.) When she’s not coming up with clean energy ideas, Sadie likes long walks in the park, baths, and the vacuum cleaner.