MLTC members Delma Iron from Canoe Lake (left), Lynda Sylvestre from Birch Narrows (middle) and Tricia Campbell from English River (right) working on the installation of the MLTC Solar Energy Farm.
MLTC members Shylow Chief from Ministikwan Lake Cree Nation (left), Kristen Bear from Flying Dust First Nation (middle) and Kristie Laplante from Makwa Sahgaiehcan (right) working on the installation of the MLTC Solar Energy Farm.
Belfry Quock, a member of the Tahltan Nation, is the construction site manager for miEnergy. Belfry is a utility asset development specialist with extensive experience throughout western Canada.
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Federal renewable energy funding secured from Smart Renewables and Electrification Pathways Program (SREPS) and Indigenous Service Canada Community Opportunities Readiness Program (ISC-CORP)
Despite the severe economic slowdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, federal funding for the solar project is being actively prospected by MLTC.
MLT Aikins, MLTC’s legal counsel, directed negotiation work with SaskPower on Power Generation Interconnection Agreement details.
MLTC submitted detailed engineering info to SaskPower for interconnection study.
The MLTC 816 kW Solar Farm application approved by SaskPower, setting the stage for future development of the project.
MLTC submits the PGPP application to SaskPower and identifies its preferred location for the solar farm installation near Creelman, SK (125 km southeast of Regina)
MLTC submits the Pre-Application Meeting Project Information to SaskPower