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October 26th 2022
Ten Indigenous communities will soon be gearing up to develop new energy projects to help their communities transition from an overdependence on diesel — a fuel source that is costly, carcinogenic and comes with high emissions.
The projects are part of the second cohort of the Indigenous Off-Diesel Initiative, a program that trains and funds participants to develop Indigenous-led clean energy alternatives to diesel reliance for remote communities.
The initiative is administered by the federal government alongside the non-profit Indigenous Clean Energy (ICE), which provides participants with training and technical support.
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