Advancing the Enoch Cree Nation Solar Farm
Enoch Cree Nation is actively working to complete a detailed feasibility study for a 10-megawatt solar farm. There is much work to do to complete this feasibility study, however, if the project is deemed feasible Enoch Cree Nation will develop, own and operate the project in order to maximize the economic and community benefits. This presentation will provide an overview of how this project was first conceptualized, the unique strategies being pursued to advance its development and overall benefits of the project to Enoch Cree Nation and more generally Alberta.
Presented by: John Kenney, Urban Systems & Chase Morin, Enoch Cree Nation
John Kenney, Urban Systems
Since joining Urban Systems in 2010, John has focused his contributions to supporting economic development opportunities for local government and First Nation communities throughout Western Canada. This includes supporting the establishment and implementation of community led energy self-sufficiency strategies, negotiating impact benefit agreements, developing equity financing strategies for community energy projects, and developing and executing project development plans that have led to established renewable energy projects.
Chase Morin - bio coming