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We do not inherit the earth, we borrow it

from our grandchildren.

- Chief Seattle

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61,000

of current installed wind project capacity in the U.S.

megawatts

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Sun

Gives us clean energy

Every day

100% Free

Every 3 minutes, a solar project is installed

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Renewable energy investments are cost effective. The International Renewable Energy Agency released a new policy brief showing that renewable energy has become the most cost-effective way to generate electricity for hundreds of millions of people worldwide who are not on the grid.

Plateau Solar and Wind

Our Mission

  • Solar Energy

    The solar industry employs more than 143,000 Americans who work at more than 6,100 companies, the vast majority being small businesses, in all 50 states. IINA Solutions would like to see that increase starting with the Navajo Reservation.

  • Wind Energy

    Wind energy is one of the fastest growing sources of electricity in the world. The U.S. surpassed Germany in 2007 to become the world leader in wind energy installed; 121,188 MW of wind energy were installed globally by the end of 2008, with that number expected to increase to 152,000 MW by the end of 2009.

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The solar industry employs more than 143,000 Americans who work at more than 6,100 companies, the vast majority being small businesses, in all 50 states. IINA Solutions would like to see that increase starting with the Navajo Reservation.

Wind energy is one of the fastest growing sources of electricity in the world. The United States surpassed Germany last year to become the world leader in wind energy installed; 121,188 MW of wind energy were installed globally by the end of 2008, with that number expected to increase to 152,000 MW by the end of 2009.

We can shift the world away from fossil fuels and its pollution towards a clean, renewable source of natural power—but not without your support. Your generous help develops holistic solutions for a healthy, safe, and sustainable future on the Navajo Reservation and beyond.

Statistics

Solar Energy 78%
Wind Energy 35%
Recycling 42%
Support 35%