Canada is funding the construction of solar projects in two Saskatchewan First Nation communities

Both projects will get approximately $948,000 in funding to support construction


The government of Canada is shelling out approximately $948,000 in funding to support solar projects in the North.



The said projects will be located in two Saskatchewan First Nation communities: the Cowessess First Nation and the Muskoday First Nation.

The 320-kilowatt Cowessess project, which is receiving approximately $633,000 in funding, will generate over 460 megawatt-hours of renewable energy annually through SaskPower’s Net Metering Program, and across five community sites.

The 190-kilowatt Muskoday First Nation project, which is receiving approximately $315,000, will generate over 200 megawatt-hours of renewable energy annually across three prominent community-owned buildings.

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