Indigenous Leadership in the Clean Energy Transition of the North – Paving the Way for SMR Deployment – Prodigy Clean Energy

by ahnationtalk on March 19, 2024119 Views

March 19, 2024

Prodigy and Des Nëdhé Partner to Bring Carbon-free and Sustainable Power to Remote Regions

In a historic move, Prodigy and Des Nëdhé have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding to explore and develop opportunities to power remote regions of Canada utilizing Prodigy’s microreactor Transportable Nuclear Power Plants (TNPPs). This collaboration represents a significant step forward in increasing opportunities for economic reconciliation, and expanding Indigenous leadership in Canada’s clean energy transition.

Sustainable Energy Will Drive A New Era in Northern Prosperity
Aurora borealis over Dawson City, Yukon, Canada.

The potential for innovation and growth in the North is limitless. Boasting nearly 40% of Canada’s land mass, thousands of kilometers of rugged coastline and meandering rivers, vast reserves of metals and minerals, rich Indigenous culture and traditions, and some of the best spots in the world to watch the Northern lights, remote regions of Canada and the North are ripe for economic development.

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