First Nation granted almost $500K for school solar-power project to reduce reliance on diesel
A few years ago we powered up the community of Nezaadiikaang (Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation), changing their reliance on diesel as well. With only a few brief periods of back up power needed, they have been ‘off’ diesel since July 2017.
Using Renewable Energy in small communities is so important in both of these cases for the economic and the global impacts on both emissions and access to electricity- something that most people take for granted. Powering up rural sites is an excellent place to start funding within the Renewable Energy Sector.
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