Why Solar Power? Why Not?

Some of the First Nations we serve spend between one million and two million dollars a year transporting diesel into their communities. This is not sustainable. There is not enough energy to build houses, public buildings, or to support economic development.— Geordi Kakepetum

Microgrid Systems

An Answer to Diesel Dependency for Remote First Nations

NCC Development LP’s mandate is to reduce First Nations’ dependency on diesel by 50%. With rising fuel and transportation prices, diesel-generated power is not sustainable financially. It also poses serious threats to our traditional lands as we have seen from previous spills, and to the health of our people.

Solar power is sustainable, and represents a clean source of energy that supports our connection to our traditional territories. NCC is prepared to work with your First Nation to help you find a the developer that is right for your needs.

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