We’re excited to announce that the NativeEnergy Vermont office has moved to the Burlington waterfront!
Two years ago, I moved the NativeEnergy Central office from Denver to the Fort Peck Assiniboine & Sioux Indian Reservation in northeastern Montana. After living in a city for over 20 years, moving back home was challenging and exciting. It was also a journey in discovering how much my home and community has changed—and yet in many ways remained the same—over the years.
As a part of our business webinar series, we posed the topic: 10 Years of Voluntary Carbon Reductions: Why are we doing it? What have we done? And what do we plan to do in the future?
NativeEnergy, an innovator in the United States carbon market, today launched its year-long 10-Year Anniversary program. The company was formed in August 2000 and soon began working with the Rosebud Sioux Tribe to develop and help finance the first tribally owned large scale wind turbine in the country.
The NativeEnergy website has been chosen as a finalist in the environmental section of tripbase.com’s Siterank awards. Siterank recognizes distinguished websites that have made a vital contribution to an environmental field by providing unique and engaging content and relevant and factual information.