The Ontario Power Authority is pleased to introduce the saveONenergy ABORIGINAL CONSERVATION PROGRAM. This program is designed to deliver energy-saving initiatives directly to First Nation communities across Ontario, including remote and northern communities.
The ABORIGINAL CONSERVATION PROGRAM is designed to enable First Nation, Métis and urban Aboriginal peoples to reduce their electricity consumption. The program provides a customized delivery of conservation programs to meet the needs of First Nations and engages communities, businesses and households to implement energy conservation measures.
In addition, the ABORIGINAL CONSERVATION PROGRAM will deliver community workshops for Métis and urban Aboriginal peoples to raise awareness of and encourage participation in province-wide conservation programs offered by their local electric utilities.
First Nations Engineering Services Ltd. (FNESL) has been selected as the program manager for the ABORIGINAL CONSERVATION PROGRAM. FNESL will work with its subcontractor, The Abor Group Ltd, to deliver the program. The Abor Group Ltd is also an Aboriginal-owned and operated company, specializing in energy assessments and conservation program implementation.
The program launch was held Monday, March 25. See the event invitation for full details.
The Ontario Power Authority and the province remain firmly committed to the ABORIGINAL CONSERVATION PROGRAM and to developing options to support Aboriginal participation in renewable energy, transmission and other conservation opportunities.
Download the ACP Program brochure (147 KB pdf )
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