Microgrid Saves Money, Cuts Carbon for First Nation Community in British Columbia

Sixty-two miles from the nearest electricity grid, the Xeni Gwet'in First Nation has completed a renewable energy microgrid in remote British Columbia, Canada, with the help of Amp Energy. Built in collaboration with the Xeni Gwet'in chief and community leaders, the Amp Energy microgrid is located in Nemiah Valley, an unincorporated ranching … [Read more...]

$39 Million of Microgrid Funding for Tribal Lands

Six tribal microgrids will be built on Native American lands via a $39 million investment from the tribes and federal Indian energy funds. The microgrids -- four "shovel-ready" microgrids for communities and two for facilities — are part of 14 tribal energy infrastructure projects awarded money via the US Department of Energy's Office of … [Read more...]