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FNEMC HOME PAGE | First Nations Energy and Mining Council | First Nations in British Columbia Portal

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The British Columbia First Nations Energy and Mining Council (FNEMC) was established in 2006 by BC First Nations leaders.

The Chiefs of the First Nations Summit (FNS), Union of BC Indian Chiefs (UBCIC) and BC Assembly of First Nations (BCAFN) passed resolutions to develop a BC First Nations Energy Action Plan (2007) and BC First Nations Mineral Exploration and Mining Plan (2008).

Both action plans involved the input and feedback from over 200 BC First Nations leaders and delegates to provide direction to the creation of the action plans and role of the FNEMC. Read more about the FNEMC.

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First Nations Energy and Mining Council Co-hosted by Clean Energy B.C. in conjunction with Generate 2011 - Posted November 7, 2011

BC First Nation communities and developers alike continue to embrace opportunities in clean energy development as
a pathway to community energy self-sufficiency and economic prosperity.

The focus of this short course is to walk through the process of developing a clean energy project with a First Nation ownership or partnership component. Several BC First Nations have been involved in key aspects of energy projects affecting their territories and we often hear of success stories particularly with respect to elements of corporateFirst Nationpartnership arrangements and financing.

This short course will examine all phases of project development and focus on successfully overcoming challenges in this sector. The course will provide insights and advice on how to overcome common challenges of turning an idea into a reality. The course will cover hot button topics such as how to get your community involved and engaged, the selection of a community champion, engaging other First Nations with common or neighbouring territory, permitting issues, project budgeting, identification of energy resource, working with BC Hydro, and ultimately the construction and operations stage.

From Application to Electrons – Successfully Overcoming Challenges is an interactive course that brings together a range of expert speakers to discuss the role that First Nation communities and developers play in responding to their respective
objectives.

We encourage the exchange of ideas, knowledge, and diverse perspectives on the critical matters that are important to project success



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