This trailblazing project is 100% owned by Fort Nelson First Nation through the economic development corporation Deh Tai LP. The project sits on a 40+ year old gas field that has long been a cornerstone of the regional economy but is facing economic decline. Fort Nelson’s islanded electricity grid is currently 100% reliant on fossil […]
Renewable energy assessments of hydro, wind and solar energy options as well as energy assessments of homes and community buildings.
Providing clean energy via an innovative Wave Energy Converter system that involves fastening a buoy to a pulley system anchored to the seafloor.
The Tl’esqox (Toosey) First Nation is one of six communities that forms the Tsilhqot’in National Government. The Nation owns and operates Toosey Old School Wood Products (TOSWP), a sawmill located in a former school. The space was converted to include a wood processing mill, training center and office space. The mill produces a significant amount […]
The Wuikinuxv First Nation community is located on the shores of Rivers Inlet and Owikeno Lake on the Coast of British Coumbia. Until the commissioning of the Nicknaqueet River Hydro project in 2018, the Wuikinuxv Village was entirely reliant on diesel generation to supply electricity. Diesel generation now accounts for only approximately 10% of electrical […]
This innovative and collaborative training program aims to provide a variety of skill-building and knowledge sharing opportunities for citizens and leadership from five BC First Nations.
This project involved assessing the solar, wind, and hydropower resources at Orford, Homathko and Church House to inform ongoing and future infrastructure planning activities.
Identifying and developing a local clean energy solution that aligns with environmental and economic priorities.
The largest renewable energy resource assessment Barkley Project Group has facilitated to date covering a land area of approximately 8,500 km2.
Project and construction management for the development of this project, providing mentorship and support for Tla-o-qui-aht’s newly formed construction company.