Indigenous-led Clean Energy Project Map
Indigenous clean energy projects continue to ramp up Canada-wide.
A larger number of diverse projects are coming online across the spectrum of renewables, energy efficiency, and advanced technologies.
Nearly 200 medium-to-large renewable energy projects with Indigenous involvement are now in operation or in the final stages of planning or construction. Most of these projects involve partnerships between Indigenous communities and energy sector companies, utilities, or developers.
Smaller clean energy projects are proliferating with many Indigenous communities installing community-scale or small-generation solar systems supplying provincial/territorial grids. It is estimated that 1,700 – 2,100 micro or small renewable energy systems are now in place with Indigenous leadership/partnerships.
Below is a map of the clean energy project in Canada with Indigenous community participation.
These projects are generating jobs and capacity-development opportunities for community members, and providing a consistent flow of revenue to meet community needs.
*ICE was responsible for compiling this map to share the story of Indigenous clean energy leadership. Please note that ICE was not involved in the development of every project listed here.
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