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Ontario's most northern First Nation goes green with their first solar project
by Logan Turner
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20 November 2021
On 20 November 2021 CBC News reported:
Nestled on the shores of Hudson Bay, the most northern First Nation in Ontario has taken a big step toward energy independence. Fort Severn powered up its 300-kilowatt solar system earlier this month, a project that will help the First Nation begin its transition off diesel fuel and generate money for the community. As a First Nation that is directly affected by the rapidly changing northern environment, Chief Paul Burke says Fort Severn is doing its part to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions and address climate change.
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