Aki energy works with First Nations to start green businesses in their communities, creating local jobs and growing strong local economies. 

Aki Energy is a non profit aboriginal social enterprise.


Aki Energy works with First Nations to develop green businesses in the following fields:

geothermal energy

geothermal energy

Solar thermal energy

Solar thermal energy

Local Food

Local Food

Geothermal Energy

Many First Nations spend enormous sums of money on heating their buildings on an annual basis.  This is money that leaves the community, creating next to no employment.  It doesn't have to be that way. Aki Energy is committed to lowering utility bills on First Nations in Manitoba through geothermal energy.

Find out more about our geothermal energy partnerships.  

Solar Thermal Energy

Expanding on the success of our geothermal projects, Aki Energy is now working with First Nations to install solar thermal energy -heating hot water with the power of the sun. 

Find out more about our solar thermal energy partnerships. 

Local Food

In many Northern First Nations, food is expensive, inaccessible and unhealthy. No wonder there is a diabetes epidemic!

Aki Energy works with First Nations to create healthy local food systems, creating employment in the community at the same time. 

Find out more about our local food partnerships here.