Indigenous communities could move quickly to bid on a share of C$10 billion ($7.8 billion) in renewable energy contracts in Alberta, said a key facilitator of First Nations’ power projects in the Canadian province.
“There’s some tight time constraints, but there’s no time like now to start putting together a strong proposal for this round,” said Guy Lonechild, CEO of the First Nations Power Authority.
Alberta opened bidding on Rounds 2 and 3 of its Renewable Energy Program April 4. The program aims to replace coal-fired plants blamed for the province’s high greenhouse gas emissions.
Projects entering Round ...