'Greening Up Your Cabin' - Using solar and batteries to power your cabin
Madeline McCallum shares a video about connecting everything we do, back to our culture.
ICE Holiday Video
Kiashke Zaaging Anishinaabek/Gull Bay First Nation wins award with Canadian Electricity Assoication
The Nuxalk Nation in Bella Coola British Columbia has done some amazing work in their housing and social development sectors
We are proud to partner with Heiltsuk Tribal Council on this project reducing heating costs and improving health in Bella Bella homes
long-term energy planning and implementation process for the James Bay Cree.
This 3 month capacity building program has empowered Catalysts who are working towards a clean energy future
Louis Bull tribe is starting to make its solar transition
solar park in Ontario
the Pic Mobert Hydro Power Joint Venture, a partnership of subsidiary companies of the Pic Mobert First Nation and Regional Power Inc.
one of the largest economic partnerships between a First Nation and wind energy developer in Canada
Quality Wind Project
largest solar project in the Yukon Territory
Wind Project in Quebec
The Beaver Lake Cree Nation just completed its first ever solar energy project
18 individuals gained the skills they needed to realize their Indigenous communities' clean energy vision.
SOLAR IN THE TAR SANDS features Melina Laboucan-Massimo and community members of Lubicon Lake installing solar panels for their community health center.
10 kW solar project, further demonstrating its commitment to a renewable energy future
Hydro Project that highlights First Nations Partnership for Green Energy
Solar resources that benefit their communities
Xeitl, a Tlingit-owned power company that recently built a run-of-river, two-megawatt hydro power project on Pine Creek about five kilometres from Atlin.
Solar Project in Northern Alberta
examines the benefits and challenges of building First Nation - industry collaboration in developing waterpower opportunities on the Kapuskasing River in northeastern Ontario.