Starting in 2006, 3G helped M’Chigeeng First Nation of Manitoulin Island create the first wholly Indigenous-owned utility scale wind farm in Ontario. This 4 Megawatt commercial wind project reached its Commercial Operation Date in June 2012, making the M’Chigeeng the first Ontario First Nation to own and operate a wind farm.
In 2011, we helped two Ontario First Nation communities create four solar projects.
Other First Nation communities we have assisted include: Henvey Inlet FN, Wasauksing FN, Nipissing FN, Serpent River FN, Swan lake FN, Wolfe Lake FN, and others.
In 2015, we organized a community energy audit project for M'Chigeeng First Nation, that launched several band members toward becoming energy certified auditors.
In 2017 We assisted a Saskatchewan First Nation obtain Government of Canada funding in excess of $300,000 to study the feasibility of creating a wind farm.
Since 2015, 3G has been working with the Iskut First Nation in northern BC to study the potential for a large wind farm in the Tahltan region. This project is intended for partnership with a larger developer, and the organizational and legal work to create this partnership is ongoing.