Navajo Power’s Brett Isaac Named to Annual Grist 50

Brett Isaac, co-founder and CEO of Navajo Power, has been recognized by Grist as one of the 50 most inspirational leaders in America who are working towards real-world solutions to our world’s biggest challenges. Grist’s annual list of emerging leaders in climate, equity, and sustainability from across the U.S. is a tribute to the hard … Read more Navajo Power’s Brett Isaac Named to Annual Grist 50

Navajo Power Conducting In-Person Workshop on Solar Energy

Two day event offers extensive training on all aspects of solar power and Tribal energy March 16, 2022 – Flagstaff, AZ – Navajo Power is offering a free, interactive workshop on the fundamentals of solar power generation and the benefits of solar for Tribal communities. The exclusive two day event will include hands-on instructional training … Read more Navajo Power Conducting In-Person Workshop on Solar Energy

Navajo Power receives PRI from WKKF

Navajo Power, a majority Native-owned Public Benefit Corporation that develops utility-scale clean energy projects on Tribal lands, announced recently that it has secured a $3 million program-related investment (PRI) from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF). This investment is stated to  contribute to the $9.5 million currently raised for an Impact Loan Facility that will be … Read more Navajo Power receives PRI from WKKF

A Look Back, and Looking Ahead to a Brighter Future

As 2021 draws to a close, the Navajo Power team can look back at the obstacles, challenges and opportunities this past year presented, and be grateful that we begin 2022 in a stronger position than ever. First, the challenges. COVID-19 continued to wreak havoc on tribal communities and the energy industry, and Navajo Power was … Read more A Look Back, and Looking Ahead to a Brighter Future