News from our Hay River Office

Hay River’s Arctic Energy Alliance (AEA) office is located upstairs in the Greenway Building and opened for business October 2014.

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Elders’ Council Update on Energy Issues

Arctic Energy Alliance’s  Dehcho Regional Energy Project Coordinator, met with the Dehcho First Nations Elders’ Council.

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Water Heating in the Dehcho

In the Dehcho territory, the communities of Fort Providence and Fort Simpson participated in a pilot project taking place in several NWT communities that involved the replacement of electric water heaters with fuel-fired water heaters.  

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Visiting the South Slave

Arctic Energy Alliance’s Program Coordinator based in the Yellowknife office recently visited the South Slave Region and worked with our new Regional Energy Project Coordinator.

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Fort Smith Trade Show 2014

Two Arctic Energy Alliance (AEA) staff recently completed an eight day trip to the South Slave Region. 

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Community Energy Audits

Posted 2014-04-24
Category Community Visits

AEA staff visited Fort Providence and Kakisa in early April to conduct energy audits.

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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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Fort Providence and Enterprise Visits, January 2014

Last week, Steve Outlet, Programs Coordinator with Arctic Energy Alliance (AEA) visited Fort Providence and Enterprise.

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Community Liaison Worker for Fort Providence

Posted 2013-12-05

Arctic Energy Alliance continues to work with its Community Liaison Worker in Fort Providence, Roland Nadli, and nurture his deep interest for renewable energy and energy efficiency.

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NORTHERNERS TAKING ACTION OCTOBER 2013

271 Energy and dollar-wise Northerners collected a total of $60,090.91 in Energy Efficiency Incentive Program (EEIP) rebates in October. This brings the total of rebates this fiscal year (April – October) to $193,160.23 for 618 rebates.

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Water Heater Exchange Program Overview

Homeowners in four NWT communities are being offered an opportunity to replace their atomic hot water heaters with energy efficient fuel-fired units.

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Water Heater Exchange Program – Fort Providence Update

Posted 2013-09-17
Category Taking Action

As part of its electric water heater replacement project, the Arctic Energy Alliance (AEA) made a commitment to hiring a Community Liaison Worker in each of the four communities in which this project is taking place.

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Electric Water Heater Exchange Project

This fiscal year, the Arctic Energy Alliance (AEA) received targeted funding to deliver a pilot project on behalf of the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) to replace electric water heaters with fuel-fired water heaters in privately owned homes and reduce energy costs associated with residential (domestic) hot water heating. 

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Biomass District Heating Videos

The communities of Behchoko and Yellowknife have installed and are operating wood pellet district heating systems to heat several buildings with a single boiler and Fort Providence is looking at a wood chip district heating system to heat some of its buildings.

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Dehcho Assembly 2013

Posted 2013-07-03
Category Community Visits

AEA’s Dehcho Regional Energy Project Coordinator, Teresa Chilkowich, shared a wide variety of energy efficiency and renewable energy information with delegates at the Dehcho Assembly held in Fort Providence June 25-27, 2013.

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AEA Discussion with Aurora Students

Posted 2013-05-02
Category Community Visits

On April 17th, Aurora College students in Fort Providence were also able to view AEA’s new Community Wood Energy/Biomass video.

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Biomass Video release in Fort Providence

Posted 2013-05-02
Category Taking Action

Arctic Energy Alliance released a new video about Renewable Energy options with respect to wood heating on April 16th.

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District Heating Fort Providence

Posted 2013-01-15

One of the communities AEA is working with on the district heating project is Fort Providence.

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AEA & Ecology North Workshops

AEA & Ecology North team up to help communities “Winterize Homes & Reduce Waste”.

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Hay River Reserve and Fort Providence Community Visits

In January 2012 Teresa Chilkowich from our Dehcho office visited the Hay River Reserve and Fort Providence.

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Energy Action Awards Winners 2011

Congratulations to the winners of the Energy Action Awards in 2011, we have produced 4 short videos featuring each of our winners.

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