Indigenous clean-energy projects funded in northern B.C. – Prince George Daily News

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Indigenous clean-energy projects funded in northern B.C. – Prince George Daily News

by ahnationtalk on January 14, 202221 Views

January 14, 2022

FORT ST. JOHN – Six Indigenous communities in the North will join the clean-energy sector with local projects following support from the province.

The province is partnering with Indigenous communities throughout B.C. to work toward a low-carbon future by providing funding from the First Nations Clean Energy Business Fund (FNCEBF).

The fund helps develop clean-energy projects driven and owned by Indigenous communities in areas such as solar, ocean thermal, wind energy, biomass, run-of-river hydroelectric power, energy-efficiency planning and other clean energy-related areas. A key goal of the fund is to increase the participation of Indigenous communities in B.C.’s clean-energy sector.

Read More: https://pgdailynews.ca/index.php/2022/01/14/indigenous-clean-energy-projects-funded-in-northern-b-c/

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