Gatineau hosts two-day national Indigenous Green Technology Conference

The Introduction to Capital Financing, Business Restructuring, and Partnerships Panel at the Indigenous Green Technology Conference included, left to right, Ryan McQuillter (Axcellus Capital Group), Luticia Miller (NineIrons) and Jody Anderson (First Nations Financial Authority).

By Sam Laskaris Writer GATINEAU – Indigenous leaders, federal officials and representatives from green energy companies converged in the Quebec city of Gatineau this week. They took part in the Indigenous Green Technology Conference, which was held at Hilton Lac Leamy. The two-day event, held Monday and Tuesday, featured numerous presentations on Indigenous green energy initiatives across the country. Luticia Miller, the founder of NineIrons, a Metis-owned, Calgary-based company that specializes in low carbon energy solutions, participated in a Monday panel titled Green Energy Business Opportunities for Entrepreneurs. “Access to clean, abundant, affordable, reliant energy is really the pathway to a strong, resilient and diversified economy,” Miller said. “Once you have clean, abundant and affordable energy, well then that can open up the possibilities from manufacturing to food production. So,…

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