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T'Sou-ke First Nation: A leader in the innovative use of renewable energy in Canada [Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, AANDC]

Publisher: 
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
Year of publication: 
2013

“See how the T'Sou-ke First Nation on Vancouver Island has become a leader in the innovative use of renewable energy in Canada and how it became the most solar intensive community in Canada.”

The Triumph of Maori Entrepreneurs or Diverse Economies [Aboriginal Policy Studies, APS]

Publisher: 
Aboriginal Policy Studies (APS)
Year of publication: 
2011

"Tuaropaki Power Company is the first Maori geothermal power company—a successful power company that built its own power station and sells electricity to the national grid in Aotearoa, New Zealand. After wresting their lands back from government control, the people of the Tuaropaki Trust are now an inspiration for other tribes when it comes to charting an independent direction.

Canadian Renewable Electricity Development: Employment Impacts [Clean Air Renewable Energy Coalition]

Publisher: 
Clean Air Renewable Energy Coalition
Year of publication: 
2004

This report discusses the employment impacts of renewable electricity development in Canada. Various technologies are reviewed according to man hours per megawatt developed and the types of jobs.

New Brunswick Solar Maps [New Brunswick Department of Energy, NBDOE]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Department of Energy

New Brunswick solar maps are available for each month and illustrates the solar insolation intensity across the province. These map provide an initial indication as to the viability of solar energy projects in your area.

Small Hydro Resource Map of New Brunswick: Conventional Hydroelectric Reservoir [New Brunswick Department of Energy, NBDOE]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Department of Energy

The New Brunswick small hydro resource map illustrates where current conventional hydroelectric reservoir projects are located and areas that have not been developed. Prospective developers are provided an initial indication as to where development opportunities may lie.

The New Brunswick Wind Atlas [New Brunswick Department of Energy, NBDOE]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Department of Energy

The New Brunswick wind atlas provides wind resource mapping at 80m above ground level. This instrument allows interested wind project developers to identify opportunities in their communities at this hub height.

Prince Edward Island Wind Atlas [Government of Prince Edward Island]

Publisher: 
Government of Prince Edward Island

The Prince Edward Island wind atlas provides wind resource mapping at 80, 50 and 30m above ground level. This instrument allows interested wind project developers to identify opportunities in their communities for different sized turbines.

Forest Biomass of Living, Merchantable Trees in Nova Scotia [Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources, NSDNR]

Publisher: 
Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources
Year of publication: 
2008

This report contains a map with estimates of the biomass of living, merchantable sized trees in Nova Scotia by ecoregion. Prospective biomass harvesters for energy purposes may find these estimates useful in planning.

Nova Scotia Solar Resource Maps [Applied Geomatics Research Group, AGRG]

Publisher: 
Applied Geomatics Research Group

Nova Scotia's solar maps illustrate the solar insolation intensity across the province during different periods of the year. These maps provide an initial indication as to the viability of solar energy projects in your area.

Nova Scotia Wind Atlas [Nova Scotia Department of Energy, NSDOE]

Publisher: 
Nova Scotia Department of Energy

The Nova Scotia wind atlas provides wind resource mapping at 80, 50 and 30m above ground level onshore and offshore. This instrument allows interested wind project developers to identify opportunities in their communities for different sized turbines.

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