Natural Forces Services Inc.

Natural Forces is a private independent power producer that delivers renewable energy projects in partnership with local communities across Canada. We develop, construct, own, and operate wind, solar, and hydro projects with First Nation communities, universities, municipalities, and local community funds.

Our passion is to build relationships that allow us to harness Canada’s abundant natural resources in an environmentally responsible and cost effective way. Partnering with local communities for these projects not only generates clean and renewable electricity, but delivers local economic prosperity and raises awareness of the challenges of climate change.

Established in 2001 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Natural Forces remains a small company with big values and big ambition.

 

Purpose

Natural Forces develop, construct, own, and operate wind, solar, and hydro projects with First Nation communities, universities, municipalities, and local community funds.

Values

People – Projects – Partnerships

Natural Forces believes in building true equity partnerships with local community groups, such as First Nations, universities, municipalities, and local community funds for all our renewable energy projects.

This unique and progressive model provides the benefit of a stable, long-term revenue stream for ourselves and our partners.

We develop all our projects with the intent to own and operate them forever.

Our team is dedicated to transitioning to a more environmentally sustainable way of living to ensure future generations can prosper.

We accomplish this daily through the people we work with, the projects we construct, and the partnerships we build.

Partners

Pabineau First Nation, Assembly of Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq Chiefs, Pictou Landing First Nation, Cape Breton University, Tobique First Nation, Wind4All, Red Dog Holdings Ltd, George Gordon Developments Ltd, Saulteau First Nation, West Moberly First Nation and more.

Recent Projects

  1. Amherst Community Wind Farm – 6MW operational wind project, Nova Scotia
  2. Pictou Landing Wind Farm – 1.6 MW operational wind project, Nova Scotia
  3. Zonnebeke Wind Energy Project – 15MWwind project in construction, British Columbia
  4. Sukunka Wind Energy Project – 15 MW wind project in construction, British Columbia
  5. Pesâkâstêw Solar Project – 10MW solar project in development, Saskatchewan

Let's Chat!

Head
Office

First Nations University of Canada
1 First Nations Way
Regina, SK S4S 7K2

Phone: +1(306) 359-3672

Alberta
Office

New Location
Coming Soon!

Executive
Office

202B Joseph Okemasis Drive,
Saskatoon, SK, S7N 1B1

Phone: +1(855) 359-3672

Ontario
Office

30 Commercial Road
East York, ON M4G 1Z4

Phone: +1(855) 359-3672

OFFICE HOURS

Monday to Friday 9:00a.m.–4:30p.m.
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Fax

+1 (306) 359-3671

Email

info@fnpa.ca

 

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