Coming Soon: Canada’s First

Indigenous led Gigafactory

Creating Grid-Scale Battery Storage Systems for Grid Resilience and Sustainbility

Our Partnership

Our Partnership

Assembling Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery packs for residential, commercial and industrial storage applications. The partnership is also planning to work with Lithium Nickel Manganese Cobalt Oxide, Sodium-ion, and Solid State Batteries.

51%

Indigenous led production

20 MW+

25MW

Building a replicable model

for grid resiliency and first nations communities

100,000 sqft

Building a start of the art battery assembly facility that will focus on grid scale and storage related batteries

Free Trade Zone

Strategically located in a Free Trade Zone next to Tidewater, this makes it a strategic location for connections to Asia, US, and LATAM.

Batteries Produced in Malahat Qualify for the 5% Federal Procurement Mandate 

The Government of Canada implemented a mandatory requirement for federal departments and agencies to ensure that a minimum of 5% of the total value of contracts are held by Indigenous businesses.

50kW - 50MW Commercial

Backup Power, Energy Stability, Incremental Revenue Opportunities, Carbon Credits

5kW - 50kW Residential

Store excess energy for backup power, or in peak demand scenarios

Batteries Produced in Malahat Qualify for the 5% Federal Procurement Mandate 

The Government of Canada implemented a mandatory requirement for federal departments and agencies to ensure that a minimum of 5% of the total value of contracts are held by Indigenous businesses.

50kW - 50MW Commercial

Backup Power, Energy Stability, Incremental Revenue Opportunities, Carbon Credits

5kW - 50kW Residential

Store excess energy for backup power, or in peak demand scenarios

Batteries Produced in Malahat Qualify for the 5% Federal Procurement Mandate 

The Government of Canada implemented a mandatory requirement for federal departments and agencies to ensure that a minimum of 5% of the total value of contracts are held by Indigenous businesses.

50kW - 50MW Commercial

Backup Power, Energy Stability, Incremental Revenue Opportunities, Carbon Credits

5kW - 50kW Residential

Store excess energy for backup power, or in peak demand scenarios

Malahat Nation

Malahat First Nation is a Coast Salish First Nations community of W̱SÁNEĆ (Saanich People) representing approximately 350 members[1] with two reserve lands located on the western shore of Saanich Inlet, Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. The Malahat First Nation is one of many nations within the Coastal Salish group that live on their traditional lands. The Coastal Salish are Indigenous to the Northwest mainland, coast, and islands. The Malahat First Nation is a member nation of the Naut'sa mawt Tribal Council and was the ninth First Nation in Canada to be certified by the First Nations Financial Management Board. The ancestral languages of Malahat Nation are Hul̓q̓umín̓um̓ and SENĆOŦEN . 


The Malahat Nation inhabits land rich in natural resources and have throughout history and modern day made efforts to restore depleted species. Aside from their spiritual backgrounds supporting the respect of nature, many of their goals for their community involve strengthening their resources after years of overfishing, and being settled in the 18th through 20th centuries. They also participate in activism surrounding such environmental issues, as well as social issues. 


Malahat Nation’s Economic Development Department focuses on creating a positive environment for business growth, investment, and sustainable development. Our goal is to generate sustainable long term revenue streams for the nation and its members by partnering with businesses that share our values.

Malahat Nation’s Environment Department focuses on promoting stewardship and sustainable practices throughout the marine and terrestrial environment in the Nation’s traditional territory. The Environment Department works on a variety of projects and initiatives related to Fisheries, Sustainable Development, and Marine Stewardship.

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Address:

Suite 400, 1681 Chestnut Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

V6J 4M6

Contact:

(604) 283-1262

hi@energyplug.com

Address:

Suite 400, 1681 Chestnut Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

V6J 4M6

Contact:

(604) 283-1262

hi@energyplug.com