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Volume 3   September 2011

National Indian Energy Group
http://www.nationalindianenergy.com/
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National Indian EnergyThe National Indian Energy Group is a Native and Woman Owned LLC company. Their focus: to build and help create clean, renewable, and green technologies in and for Indian and Native Hawaiian Country.

NIEG's staff come from many different experience levels and backgrounds. This gives them a unique ability to “bridge the gap” between Indian Country and the Green Technology worlds. It also helps foster self-determination and a better brighter future for all Native peoples.

"We have carefully selected our technology and financing partners to ensure that the tribes we work with are treated with the dignity and respect they deserve," said Paul Lindsay from NIEG. "As a company, we also make the commitment that portions of our revenue from these projects will go back into the local tribal economy in ways that will produce lasting benefits."

National Indian Energy Group can provide or assist with any kind of energy project. These include:

Renewable and sustainable energy development
Broad-based economic development
Sustainable Living Systems
Infrastructure programs
Job creation
Education and training
Kakou alliances
Contractor Management Support
Agency liaison
Environmental Permitting and Community & Land Use Planning support

NIEG's specializes in clean, renewable energy sources. These include:

Wind

Wind Farm Assistance

Bio fuels/biomass

Wind Farm Assistance

 

petroleum

Oilfield Extraction Assistance

 

Solar
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Hydro

 

Municipal solid waste recycling
Landfill that could be Relaced by Municipal Solid Waste Pyrolysis
Geothermal Wind Farm Assistance

 


National Indian Energy Groups has received the "Two Thumbs Up" Award from the Green Energy TV Blog!  Green Energy's website says:

 Native Americans hold the keys to some of North America’s most valuable natural resources. Understanding how to properly utilize these resources and convert them into clean energy projects while maintaining the respect and spiritual significance of the land is crucial to the future of the tribes.

            

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