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OSPA is Featured in GreenBiz

A just energy transition in action: Developing 1G of wind power with tribes By Shaandiin Cedar Learn more about the Oceti Sakowin Power Authority’s vision and journey to bring clean energy to its Tribal communities.

OSPA is Featured in E&E News

RENEWABLE ENERGY Pipeline fight sparks tribal push for solar, wind Miranda Willson, E&E News reporter Published: Friday, October 23, 2020 Sioux tribes in North and South Dakota, galvanized by their experience fighting the Dakota Access pipeline, are now developing solar and wind resources across vast swaths of tribal land to generate revenue and reclaim their […]

OSPA and Apex Clean Energy Partnership is Featured at VERGE 2018

OSPA and Apex executives were invited to discuss their groundbreaking joint venture partnership at the VERGE 18 conference in Oakland CA.  The panel discussed the unique aspects of the partnership structure that will lead to the largest wind power development in Indian country, and bring needed jobs and economic development to these rural communities. To […]

OSPA is Featured in Midwest Energy News

  Learn more about how the Tribes in the Dakota area are advancing renewable energy projects in the shadow of the DAPL protests http://midwestenergynews.com/2016/12/01/amid-dakota-access-protests-tribes-continue-to-pursue-clean-energy-standing-rock/

OSPA Receives a $200,000 Grant from the Bush Foundation

  OSPA is proud to announce that we have received a $200,000 Community Innovation Grant from the Bush Foundation, a valued supporter from the start of our project.  The grant will fund the initial operations of the OSPA and the development of a workforce development strategy to maximize Tribal hiring and sourcing during the development and […]

Interview on the Martha Fast Horse Radio Show

Martha Fast Horse invited the Oceti Sakowin Power Project on her show on November 8 to discuss how the Tribes are working together to develop their wind resources.  Click on the arrow below to listen to the interview with Lyle Jack (Oglala), Ronald Neiss (Rosebud) and Faith Spotted Eagle (Yankton).  

Rosebud Joins OSPA

The Rosebud Sioux Tribal Council voted unanimously to ratify the Oceti Sakowin Power Authority charter and join the organization.