First Nations and other remote communities in northern Canada may be harder to convince, however. MacDonald said the company was hoping to have batteries installed in five communities by the end of next year.
"There's a long way to go to articulate the technology and how it works," said Nault. "They are going to have to do their own due diligence on this, and that is going to be a longer process."
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