The 250-megawatt First Solar project on the Moapa River Reservation is providing jobs and training for tribal members, and will generate enough clean energy to power about 100,000 homes per year.
On March 22, at RES Las Vegas, DOE announced more than $9 million in funding for 16 clean energy and energy efficiency projects affecting 24 American Indian and Alaska Native communities.
The Office of Indian Energy’s first ever Strategic Roadmap outlines a plan for maximizing the development and deployment of energy solutions for American Indians and Alaska Natives.
Did you know? Alaska’s solar potential is comparable to that of Germany's—the world leader in PV installations. A new report finds that solar could be an economically viable option for reducing diesel fuel usage in certain locations throughout Alaska.