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Gonezu Energy

Gonezu Energy Inc. is an Indigenous owned company based in Fort Providence, NT.
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Mission & Vision

Gonezu Energy supports Indigenous people and communities to in the transition to carbon neutrality.


Our work begins with where communities and community members are at in their healing journey and then incorporating new technologies that compliment traditional values and connections to the land.


We believe that all projects for Indigenous peoples should be guided Indigenous peoples, as such we work to partners directly with community members in all projects we do, ensuring training, capacity building and knowledge sharing throughout our process

What We Do

Energy Consulting and Community Energy Planning:

From cabins, to homes to entire communities, we look to work along side community members and leaders. Our process always starts with an understanding of the traditions that will guide our work, creating a shared path forward that incorporates new technologies.

Energy Efficiency Consultation
Energy Healing

Our Team


Carl Squirrel

Lead Hand Electrician

Brendan Matto

Senior Clean Energy Champion

Rogan Young Pine

Electrical Apprentice

Certificated Electrician Services:

Carl Squirrel is a certified electrician with over 9 years of residential and commercial electrical experience.  He is a proud member of the Deh Gáh Got'îê First Nation based in Fort Providence, but willing to travel to meet all of your electrical needs including:

Indoor and Outdoor Lighting
Panel & Meter Upgrades
LED Retrofits/ Energy Efficient Lighting
Motion Sensors & Wiring Repairs
Outlets & Switches
Smoke/ Carbon Monoxide Detectors
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Gonezu Energy Inc.

Gonezu Energy Inc. is an Indigenous-owned company based in Fort Providence, NT.

Image by Van Phat Phan

What Our Client Says

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Gonezu Energy has been working with Dehcho First Nations to develop a regional energy strategy that will covert our communities to renewable energy that will maximize the benefits to the individual communities.

Alison De Pelham, Executive Director, DFN
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