Windular Research and Technologies was founded on a basic concept. Provide a power solution to a market sector where new and innovative energy solutions are in demand. The question has been how to provide substantial alternative energy options to telecom tower owners, operators and carriers, while using the existing tower assets as a benefit.


In remote locations, the Windularsystem provides an effective solution to reduce or eliminate the necessity for costly diesel generators. In regions where grid-tied power outages are a common occurrence, the Windularsystem can provides an energy with reliability and security. In all instances, the Windularsystem can compliment the requirement of grid connected power sites.


The state-of-the-art design of Windular's hybrid system is the adaptability to the tower's unused vertical real estate as a primary energy platform.


Windular's team has extensive experience from a variety of  professional backgrounds including telecommunications, renewable energy, finance, marketing and manufacturing.


Jerry Foster


Rick Gagnon 

Vice President


Jack Grover CPA, CA

Mathieu Gagnon

Chief Financial Officer

Director of Product Logistics


Dr. Paul Jacques Brendenkamp

Ph.D., P.Eng.

Jacques is a world renown engineer in the telecom sector. Jacques is a steel design consultant and specialist consultant in design and construction of telecommunications towers and associated structures. As a Professor of Structural Engineering in the Department of Civil Engineering at Rand Afrikaans University (now University of Johannesburg, South Africa), Jacques has travelled the globe providing his expertise in engineering and metallurgy.

Noam Goodman


Noam is a corporate partner with the international law firm DLA Piper and is based in Toronto, Canada.  Noam has extensive experience acting for private and public corporations in mergers and acquisitions, secured finance and the licensing of intellectual property.   Noam is a graduate of YESHIVA University (Biology) and Osgoode Hall Law School.   Noam has experience serving on the boards of several Canadian not for profit and for profit corporations.

Earl Lande

Earl has Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics from McGill University in Montreal, Canada and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Western Ontario in London, Canada. Earl spent almost 40 years with Roynat Capital including the role of President and CEO from 2006 to 2011. Earl has and currently sits on various board of directors in both Canada and the United States. Earl’s expertise in finance and capital markets along with in-depth business experience is a major benefit to Windular.


Elliott Bayly

Windular is proud of the fact that its 10 KW wind turbine is designed with some very unique and powerful features. The turbine’s design is credited to the late Mr. Elliott Bayly who was a true visionary and pioneer in the small wind industry. As a boy, Elliott was fascinated by the 32-volt generator used to electrify his grandfather’s cabin at Sunshine Lake.  As a result, he developed a life-long interest in wind-generated electricity, and in 1972 he moved to Oak Creek, Colorado, where he created the world’s first wind-powered radio station. Elliott grew up in Duluth, where he graduated from East High School.  He received his undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from M.I.T., a master’s degree from Stanford University, and a Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota.  In 1968 he joined the faculty of Northwestern University, where he taught for four years. We know Elliott would be proud that his legacy continues in Windular’s technology worldwide.