Our People are our business. Our internal talent is strongly correlated to our growth, reputation, and success as a business. It is our team and their enthusiasm and commitment to excellence that allows our business to live out our mission each day.
Preparing graduates for an intensive career-track position. Impact was founded with the desire to build and support our community; to employ and foster local talent, to service local business and to give back to and take part in the communities we serve.
Impact has been building panels in-house for over 4 years and custom VFD’s for the last 2 years. However, in March 2020 we gained our CSA certification to build custom panels to cCSAus and cULus standards, making us the only CSA approved outfit in West Central Saskatchewan.
Winter happens. Especially on the prairies. Anyone who has experienced a Canadian winter knows that - like a pendulum they can see some extremely cold temperatures one week only to swing and have long periods of moderate climate the next.
Impact has a pretty good understanding of how small towns work on a municipal level. Born on the prairies, our business started in Rosetown Saskatchewan back in 2010 and still calls Rosetown home and HQ.
Imagine never hanging Christmas lights again. Impact has just become an official partner with Gemstone Lights - pioneers in customized, permanent year-round outdoor lights. We install once, and then you control colours, patterns, dimmers and more from your app - forever! This is the future of outdoor lighting.
Here at Impact Energy - we’re all about making an impact on your energy bill - ie - lowering it. We’re also laser focussed on helping our customers decrease their carbon footprint to make a smaller impact on the planet.
Our agricultural partners are often the first to adopt new, more efficient, green technology - and for the savvy farmer - accessing funding for these investments is making this adoption faster and much more economical.
Impact Energy Services respectfully acknowledges that we are located and operate on Treaty 6 territory, and that our Industrial division partners, BNDDI, reside on Treaty 10. These are the traditional homelands of the Metis people. It is with gratitude that we now live, learn, and work where the past, present and future of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Peoples come together.