The Chronicle-Journal covered the Fort Severn First Nations sustainable energy journey and spoke with Michael Wrinch about how the solar array will address Fort Severn’s future energy demand.
“The 300-kilowatt system installed at Fort Severn should last for at least 25 years with regular upkeep carried out by trained locals like Owen Miles. The solar panels are mounted on racks about two meters above ground.”
The Fort Severn First Nations continue to capture the attention of the nation because of their vision and determination that prevailed to make the project happen. This is the start of a new era of renewable energy generation for the remote community.
Read the full article in the Chronicle Journal.
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