We offer green, alternative and renewable energy using state-of-the-art, ultra-high thermoelectric power generation systems. Our products are the result of market forces requiring solutions to theLearn More
Food and shelter are basic human needs. Ospreywood Labs has developed products that enable people to cook their food and warm their houses as they usually do while simultaneously capturingLearn More
Ospreywood Labs’ products work in tandem with any kind of cooking device including mud stoves, tandoors, barbeques, wood-burning ovens, and similar appliances regardless of their size, use, andLearn More
In North America, we are privileged with unlimited access to energy, which is a fact that we often take for granted. Many are not aware of the challenges faced by those in energy-deprived regions of the world’s marginalized
We cannot imagine living without power! We cannot even conceive performing our daily routine life without washing machines, dryers, electric/gas stoves, dishwashers etc.
What does electricity mean to 1.2 billion people living in marginalized communities? We believe that increased access to electricity will impact e lives by empowering communities, improving safety, and creating opportunities for education.
While cooking is a daily household chore, women can use energy to work in cottage industry, do some work which can earn them extra money. We are empowering women to make their own future.
Mobile Commerce and banking is most widely used in these regions. Having the ability to charge mobiles, run a small shops or learn about the crop prices from the closet market can help the community to be more efficient and prosperous.
In the summer of 2015 our founders, Amir Bhatti and Nadeem Farooq were sitting in a backyard over a BBQ introducing themselves as new neighbours. During their conversation, Amir discussed his previous work experience in mechanical engineering and technology that focused on heat transfer and thermoelectric power generation. He suggested that while this type of technology was currently used in the industrial sector there was a huge opportunity to bring it to domestic and consumer sectors as well as to communities in need.
A few days later with this conversation in his mind, Nadeem visited Asia where he conducted informal market research that confirmed the need for innovative power generation solutions in the communities he visited.
Amir combines 29 years of experience in aviation/aerospace, automotive, oil and gas, precision machining (commercial aircraft), thermal management solutions, and system designs. Thriving in leadership and senior-level roles with P&L responsibility, Amir has directed multi-faceted, cross-functional teams. He held various senior executive positions in North America before founding Ospreywood Labs.
He headed committees for the research in fundamental flight-tracking initiatives and flight data monitoring and analysis for International Telecommunications Union, a UN agency and ICAO. He is a Professional Engineer in Ontario, Canada and has an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business at Western University in London, Ontario, Canada. He is married with three children and resides in Toronto area.
We are Ospreywood Labs and our mission is to light up the world. That’s why our team of specialized engineers initiated Project Light Up, whichRead More
Today the Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, announced that Canada will contribute an historic $2.65 billion over the next five years to help developingRead More