GROWING GREEN ENERGY WITH GLOOSCAP FIRST NATION

Welcome to Glooscap Energy, a 100% Indigenous community owned organization whose purpose is to explore and implement renewable energy projects.

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ABOUT GLOOSCAP ENERGY

"Do something today that makes our community more prosperous tomorrow than it was yesterday"

Glooscap Energy is a 100% owned entity of Glooscap First Nation in Nova Scotia Canada. 
The purpose of Glooscap Energy is to explore and implement green-renewable energy projects on behalf of the community. Our interests are in solar, wind, tidal, and other emerging technologies. Glooscap First Nation produces more renewable energy then they use and are a net exporter of green energy.

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OUR PROJECTS

Glooscap Energy works with various partners to provide renewable energy projects.

Energy Efficiency Consultation

SOLAR PANEL POWER

Glooscap Energy has placed solar panels on Glooscap owned buildings in both Hantsport and Yarmouth. Glooscap's solar panels produce a total of 96kw. Glooscap is currently developing an additional 115kw solar project in Glooscap. 

Electric Car Battery Charging

ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATIONS

Glooscap Energy partnered with AddEnergie Technologies and Nova Scotia Power Inc to install two electric charging stations on Highway 101 near Exit 8a in Nova Scotia. 

Wind Turbines

WIND POWER

The 13 Mi'kmaw communities of Nova Scotia have a joint venture through  to own wind farms in Nova Scotia. Farms owned include Whynott's Community Farm and Amherst Community Farm. 10mW are produced from these farms.

 

CONTACT

Contact us with any questions you may have about our projects or if you are looking for a partnership. We are open Monday-Thursday: 8:30am-4:00pm, but you can reach us by email at any time and we will get back to you promptly.

Michael Peters, SETP

Chief Executive Officer

michael.peters@glooscapventures.com

(902) 684-3351

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Solar panels on a Glooscap owned gas station & seafood processing facility

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