FNPA's 6th Annual Indigenous Clean Energy Forum

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Casino Regina Show Lounge

1880 Saskatchewan Drive

Regina, SK S4P 0B2

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Join FNPA's Chair Chief Felix Thomas for this two day event covering how we move forward with Indigenous clean energy across our Nation.

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The two day forum's topics of discussion will include:

  • Indigenous participation
  • Clean energy future- Policy, considerations, drivers
  • Government participation
  • Economic opportunities
  • Future ownership of power infrastructure
  • Indigenous large power generation development
  • Clean energy training centre ...and much more!

Its's our 10th Anniversary! Celebrate 10 momentous years with the the FNPA Team and Board at our Chairmans Gala.

June 13, 2022 from 6:30PM to 10:00PM.

Enjoy live music, excellent food and surprise guests.

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Annual General Meeting - If you are a voting General Member, please contact Rebecca to register. 1 per general membership.

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Casino Regina Show Lounge

1880 Saskatchewan Drive

Regina, SK S4P 0B2

Canada

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Refunds up to 30 days before event

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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Organizer First Nations Power Authority

Organizer of FNPA's 6th Annual Indigenous Clean Energy Forum

First Nations Power Authority (FNPA) is a non-profit organization committed to developing Indigenous-led business opportunities in the renewable energy and power generation sectors. As the only Indigenous-governed organization in Canada with a mandate to support Indigenous participation in the renewable energy and power generation sectors, FNPA plays a unique and important role by facilitating partnerships, mitigating project risks, securing Indigenous economic opportunities and ensuring a meaningful return on investment for all partners.

Working for the economic benefit of its members, the Canadian electricity sector and all Canadians, FNPA is greening the country’s electrical grid, bringing greater power reliability and security to Indigenous communities and fostering rewarding relationships between Canada’s Indigenous groups and Industry.

FNPA is the pathway to powerful opportunities.  Discover the possibilities and become a member today!

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