Friday, September 6, 2013

Six reasons renewable energy is important to First Nations

  1. Ownership of generation, ensures cheap electricity essential for commercial and industrial development;
  2. Renewable energy development produces jobs for First Nations;
  3. Revenue-sharing agreements produce long-term revenue sources for First Nations;
  4. Remote locations relying on transporting expensive diesel for electricity will benefit from a reliable source of power;
  5. Renewable energy generation is cheaper than alternatives in remote locations;
  6. The environmental benefits of renewable energy projects may align with traditional values of First Nations better than other projects.

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  1. Renewable Energy is energy derived from resources that ar regenerative or for all sensible functions can not be depleted. Sources such the sun and also the wind, will ne'er be exhausted and so referred to as renewable. They cause fewer emissions and ar obtainable domestically. Their use will, to an out sized extent, cut back chemical, hot and pollution. they're a viable supply of fresh and limitless energy.
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