Little Buffalo Community Centre

Indigenous Solar in partnership with Greenpeace and the Lubicon Cree First Nation

Lubicon Cree First Nation Solar Panels

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System size:


80 x 260W
Little Buffalo, Alberta, Canada
This solar array will power the majority of the Lubicon Lake Band's community centre.  The system for the indigenous Lubicon Cree First Nation community will last for 25+ years and offset approximately 16-24 tons of carbon every year

Read the media coverage: CBCInhabitat, Globe-Net.

Solar Project Summary

This solar installation was a landmark project by Kuby Energy and represents more than energy generation. It was a moving experience being a part of the Piitapan project for the Lubicon Cree First Nation's solar energy transition away from fossil fuels.

If you would like to know specifics on this Indigenous Community solar energy project or the cost of solar panels for you community, please contact Adam directly at (780)984-4466 or

Solar grants may available for First Nation and Indigenous communities.

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