The Forest County Potawatomi’s biomass plant opened in 2013. Each year, a total of 16 million gallons of food waste is digested in two 1.3-million-gallon digester tanks.READ MORE
The U.S. Department of Energy will provide $2 billion in partial loan guarantees to Native American and Alaska Native communities for energy development projects.READ MORE
Considering many tribes hold vast reserves of fossil fuels, and others rely on coal and natural gas for electricity generation, how will ongoing shifts in our climate caused by human activity affect energy markets for tribes?READ MORE
As reservation poverty rates and unemployment remain among the highest in the nation, tribes sit on an estimated $1.5 trillion in untapped oil, natural gas, coal, and other valuable minerals. Billions of megawatts in solar and wind energy potential lie dormant as well.READ MORE
Navajo Transitional Energy Company announced it has acquired a 7 percent ownership interest in a couple units of the Four Corners Power Plant.READ MORE
A year ago, dignitaries from the Southern Ute Indian Tribe joined representatives from the Southern Ute Growth Fund and Southern Ute Utilities Division to dedicate the Oxford Solar Plant.READ MORE
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