VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA (June 27, 2014) – Eclipsol Energy Inc. today announced it has established a working relationship through agreements with both the Soda Creek Indian Band and William’s Lake Indian Band for the investigation of developing three pumped storage hydro-electrical facilities on their traditional lands.
"We are very pleased to have jointly taken this first step with our First Nation partners," said Robert Coelho, Eclipsol President and Chief Executive Officer. "Very importantly, this achievement was reached to establish an effective bond for our team. It is Eclipsol’s mandate to partner at the onset of developing these projects and proactively develop working relationships that establishes trust and mutually beneficial rapport."
On June 27, the agreements were signed and agreed to by all parties for the plan to develop the three pumped storage hydro-electrical facilities. Overall, progress for the facilities remains on track for declaration of commercial financial close by the end of 2016.
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