The Meadow Lake Tribal Council (MLTC) has successfully negotiated a 816kW Solar Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with SaskPower. Securing opportunity in the renewable energy sector is a strategic goal of MLTC in the pursuit of success on the path to long term sustainability and self-sufficiency.

The Final Plans

Green Power

The MLTC Solar Farm will consist of  a 816kW AC power generation system that is fueled 100% by sunlight. The ultimate renewable free energy source. The source is accessed by solar photovoltaic (PV) technology which is a green, sustainable and low maintenance way to produce electricity. Solar panels are comprised of photovoltaic cells that capture photons from sunlight and convert them into direct current (DC) electricity. The MLTC Solar Farm is expected to produce about 1.6 million kW-hrs. of electricity per year.

Powering Homes

1.6 million kW-hrs. of renewable solar energy produced by the MLTC Solar Farm is enough energy to power 154 homes for an entire year. That is 154 homes powered from renewable energy rather than non-renewable resources like oil and gas.

The MLTC Solar Farm offers a way for our First Nations communities to participate in renewable energy without installing panels on their own roofs.

Supporting the Community

Revenues from the Solar Farm will be returned to the member communities to support essential programs and services including children, elders, families, education, and health and youth development for the nine member-First Nations comprising the Meadow Lake Tribal Council.

Protecting the Environment

816kWs of power from solar will eliminate 616 tons of carbon emissions each year. The equivalent of planting 15,400 trees annually. MLTC is committed to sustainability and operating responsibly by choosing renewable energy.

Protecting Mother Earth is our goal!