About T&T Power Group


Since 1980, we’ve focused on building relationships, and solving problems. 

While we continue to add technical capabilities and product offerings, it’s our commitment to people that hasn’t changed.

Our customers, our team mates, and our vendors all form a community that helps to deliver quality solutions to the people who need them. It’s these unique and impactful relationships that set us apart from the rest.

In 1980, T&T Diesel Power was formed with a focus on standby generator sets. Over the next forty years we’ve established ourselves as Canadian Leaders in power generation, distribution and control systems. From our own line of commercial generator sets to our custom motor control panels, drives and switchgear, our team has the expertise to deliver a solution tailored to your needs.

As we grew, we saw a need to expand our capabilities to better serve our customers. With the acquisition of Hollen Controls in 2019, we added an established panel shop and a team of expert engineers and technicians extensively experienced in the water/wastewater and renewable energy industries.

In 2020, we became a national player with the acquisition of 3 Phase Power Systems (3PPS). With over twenty years in business, 3PPS is one of Canada’s top power distribution and motor control experts, having played a critical role in numerous industrial, water and wastewater infrastructure projects.

In 2022, we expanded our rental equipment offering through the acquisition of Alberta-based Grizzly Power.

Together as one team, we have More Knowledge, More Solutions and More Value

Today, we move forward with a passion for helping, the experience to solve the problem, and a thankful nod to the people that built the foundation from which we are propelled..

A Higher Standard of Expert Service

Today, we place a fundamental focus on our customers’ needs.

With our unique T&T Platform Advantage, we solve the problems experienced by our customers and then share the answers with everyone across our entire customer base to deliver an even higher standard of helpful, expert service.


Dorssers Inc.


Dorssers Inc.

After struggling with poor power quality and rising utility rates for years, this Canadian manufacturer chose to ditch the grid entirely, made possible by 4MW of onsite power generation.

Annacis Island


Annacis Island

Performing substantial motor control upgrades to an outdated system, within a very short window when water level conditions were suitable.
DT Enterprise Farms


DT Enterprise Farms

When the grid could not supply enough power for a greenhouse expansion, this grower used cogeneration generation to provide not just the power, but also the heat needed.