Time: 9am CST – 12pm CST (lunch is provided with networking until 1:30pm)
Cost: $1,500 CAD per person (free for members of a First Nation)
Location: The Saskatoon Club, 417 – 21st Street East, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
Registration: through Eventbrite – if you want to pre-register send an email to email@example.com
- What are carbon credits? Are carbon credits valuable? Can carbon credits be a diversified revenue stream for Indigenous groups and businesses?
- What can be electrified on reserve and how?
- What projects can Indigenous groups consider now to electrify reserves? Is solar and wind the only types of power projects that can be implemented on reserve?
- How are solar and wind projects developed, built and operated on- and off- reserve? What are the benefits of solar and wind projects on- and off- reserve?
- Can Indigenous groups contract with an IPP to purchase renewable energy to power reserves? Can Indigenous groups own their own renewable power generation? What are the important contracts involved in generating renewable energy on- and off- reserve?
- How is electricity generation regulated? What do Indigenous groups need to tell governments to change in order to support the electrification of on- and off-reserve projects?
- What is the role of utilities in Indigenous renewable energy projects?
- How do Indigenous renewable energy projects vary from province to province?
- PFAF Model for Indigenous groups