Indigenous Clean Energy Webinar

A Spectrum of Indigenous Opportunity

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During this webinar, we will take closer look at how Indigenous communities and peoples are leading the way for Canada’s clean energy transition. The session will be hosted by the Indigenous Clean Energy Social Enterprise (ICE) – Canada’s leading non-profit for Indigenous clean energy capacity-building. ICE will discuss how they have helped advance broad sustainable prosperity by supporting First Nation, Inuit and Métis clean energy participation and leadership from coast-to-coast-to-coast. ICE is an open and inclusive community where Indigenous peoples and allies strengthen their capacity and relationships by engaging in intensive collaboration to make clean energy projects a reality.

Presented by Eryn Stewart, Terri Lynn Morrison, and Darrell Brown

Value Based Partnerships

Value Based Partnerships

Working with clean energy industry leaders, First Nations Chief’s and Council and band membership to protect the interests of clients while achieving goals and objectives for each project.

Those goals include reduction of reliance on diesel generated power, asset ownership for First Nations, and revenue streams. Objectives include employment and training for Indigenous people and energy sovereignty.

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Value Based Partnerships
20/20 Catalysts Member

20/20 Catalysts Member

Darrell Brown is a Cree clean energy advisor

He has worked with Aki Energy and Lumos Energy as a clean energy advisor for off-grid First Nations still relying on diesel generated power for energy in Manitoba and North Western Ontario.

20/20 Catalysts

The 20/20 Catalysts Program is designed to support Indigenous communities embarking on clean energy projects.

Indigenous Clean Energy

Canadian not-for-profit platform which advances Indigenous inclusion in Canada’s energy futures economy.

20/20 Catalysts Member

Collaborative Approach to Clean Energy

Forging Strong Relationships

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