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Klokon Creek/Augers Lake Small Hydro Electric Project - FEED Study

Strategic Area

Clean Energy for Rural and Remote Communities




Wah-ila-toos: Clean Energy Initiatives in Indigenous, rural and remote communities



CERRC Contribution

$ 1,999,523

Project Total

$ 1,999,523



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Xeni Gwet’in First Nations Government

Lead Proponent

Xeni Gwet’in First Nations Government

Project Objectives

Xeni Gwet’in First Nations Government is investing in renewable energy solutions to reduce diesel generation in the Nemiah Valley. The purpose of the front-end engineering and design (FEED) study is to design a shovel-ready project to generate hydropower on Klokon Creek utilizing Augers Lake for storage. The hydropower system will be integrated with the renewable energy microgrid supporting the central and west-end communities.

Expected Results

This project is expected to:

  1. Improve capacity of remote communities to implement low-carbon technology, reduce diesel fossil fuel consumption and associated greenhouse gas emissions.
  2. Increase renewable energy expertise by integrating hydro generation and storage onto the solar-battery-diesel remote microgrid.

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