SaskPower has a new program to help provide them with additional sources of electricity. The new Power Generation Partner Program offers First Nations communities and industrial businesses an opportunity to reduce their power bills and reduce their carbon footprint. The PGPP will run for two years with the option to renew the program for a third year. This year, those interested in applying for the program can do so between November 15th and 30th. Jenna Gall of First Nations Power Authority of Saskatchewan says a community can invest in designing a renewable energy project and it would result in annual revenue through sales of power back to SaskPower. The new program replaces both the Small Power Producers and the Flare Gas Power Programs. Eligible renewable technologies include solar, biomass, biogas, hydro and geothermal. Those interested in applying can find more details at saskpower.com.