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Six Nations of the Grand River

Six Nations of the Grand River

One of the rarest mammals in Canada is the endangered Gray Fox. This member of the dog family lives on Pelee Island… https://t.co/SQM5F7QOV9

Fri May 18 15:46:45

RT @TPSDeputyRamer: North American Safe Boating Awareness Week runs from May 19 to 25, is aimed at promoting safe & responsible boating pra…

Fri May 18 14:53:03

We’re honoured. Thank you @Morneau_Shepell. https://t.co/dQjnJ9fpfV

Thu May 17 20:21:34
Solar panels in a field.

Nanticoke Solar

​OPG and partner Six Nations Development Corporation have been selected by the Independent Electricity System Operator to develop a 44 megawatt solar facility at the Nanticoke Generating Station site on Lake Erie.

The Nanticoke Solar project is OPG’s first venture into solar generation. Fittingly, the project will be built on a former coal generation site, bringing new life to the area and symbolizing the transition from coal to clean, renewable energy.

The partners are working together to obtain the required approvals and contracts needed to start construction.

The Nanticoke solar project is OPG’s fourth with Indigenous partners. Hydroelectric partnerships with the Lac Seul First Nation and Moose Cree First Nation and have helped increase our clean energy portfolio. Currently, OPG is working with the Taykwa Tagamou Nation on the Peter Sutherland Sr. Generating Station at New Post Creek.