Globe and Mail – Advanced Energy – “A new role for First Nations: power generation”

We are little behind-hand in posting this link to an article, “A new role for First Nations: power generation“, that appeared in the Globe and Mail,  Advanced Energy from GE Innovation back in September 2014. The article includes the following from an interview with Paul:

“Aboriginal communities are often situated in areas that have historically been disadvantaged, but now those places have renewable energy resources that the province needs,” Manning says. “They may be relatively remote, but that is where the wind blows, the sun shines and the water flows.”

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