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February 2014

NORTHERNERS TAKING ACTION February 2014

Posted 2014-02-28
Category Taking Action

35 Energy and dollar-wise Northerners collected a total of $18,447.66 in Energy Efficiency Incentive Program rebates in February. This brings the total of rebates this fiscal year (April – February) to $314,937.94 for 892 rebates.

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Tulita Water Heater Exchange Program in Progress

Posted 2014-02-26
Category Taking Action

Arctic Energy Alliance’s Sahtu Regional Energy Project Coordinator visited Tulita at the end of February to do assessments on six homes that have signed up to have their electric hot water heaters replaced with an oil fired hot water heater to save energy.

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Lutsel K'e Solar Photovoltaics

Posted 2014-02-25
Category Community Visits

While working in Lutsel K’e on the solar photovoltaic project, Arctic Energy Alliance’s Program Coordinator was asked to make a presentation to the high school students at the Lutsel K’e Dene School on the project, and on solar PV in general.  

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Wood Stove Project in Fort Good Hope

Posted 2014-02-25
Category Community Visits

Fort Good Hope and the Arctic Energy Alliance are working on a wood stove project that will see a number of residents having new efficient wood stoves installed in their homes.

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Water Heater Replacement Project in the Dehcho

Posted 2014-02-25
Category Taking Action

Arctic Energy Alliance's electric water heater project continues in the Dehcho. 

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NWT Biomass Energy Association

Posted 2014-02-25

The Northwest Territories Biomass Energy Association was created by private sector business and trades people with a pecuniary interest in the biomass energy sector.

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Successful Dehcho Community Renewable Energy Forum

The Arctic Energy Alliance, the Dehcho First Nations, and the Pembina Institute are pleased with their jointly coordinated effort in hosting the “Dehcho Community Renewable Energy Forum” that took place recently in Fort Providence.

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Visiting Educational Institutions in the South Slave Area

AEA staff member visited schools in Fort Providence and Fort Resolution, as well as the Thebacha Campus of Aurora College in Fort Smith.

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Dehcho Community Renewable Energy Forum

The Arctic Energy Alliance (AEA), Dehcho First Nations, and the Pembina Institute are holding the “Dehcho Community Renewable Energy Forum” in Fort Providence February 4 and 5, 2014.

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