Through the Province’s Community Energy Diesel Reduction (CEDR) program (CleanBC initiative), twelve First Nations communities throughout BC will receive a total of $7.1 million to develop alternative-energy projects and advance…Read More
?Esdilagh First Nation enacted a pivotal a Sturgeon River Law with support from NRT’s Nation-Building Grant.
?Esdilagh First Nation Sturgeon River Law In May 2020, the ?Esdilagh First Nation enacted a pivota law to safeguard the waters of the Fraser River (Sturgeon River/?Elhdaqox), known as the…Read More
Three projects are supported by Columbia Basin Trust and the New Relationship Trust Three First Nations in the Columbia Basin are increasing renewable energy generation and sustainability of their affordable…Read More
NRT is part of a ground-breaking new partnership that includes support for the Indigenous non-profit sector.
Recovery and Resiliency Fund provides new support for B.C.͛s non-profit sector VICTORIA – A new $34-million fund for non-profit groups in British Columbia will provide much-needed support for organizations that…Read More
The project is about developing an underground distribution line from the central community’s solar-powered microgrid to connect their nearby western community that is reliant on diesel generators.
Six central B.C. First Nations receive financial support for clean energy projects “Launched in 2016, the BCICEI has invested more than $3.5 million to fund 31 projects which have…Read More
https://www.energeticcity.ca/2020/08/two-northeast-first-nations-communities-to-receive-funds-for-clean-energy-projects/ “The BCICEI targets energy efficiency projects and energy storage. They look to assist remote communities when possible to help reducing dependency on fossil fuels.” -Energeticcity.caRead More