Native Energy

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The Intertribal Council On Utility Policy, or Intertribal COUP, is a Native American nonprofit organization founded in 1994 that addresses energy, telecommunications, and environmental issues affecting member tribes in North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska and Wyoming.

The fifteen tribal nations represented in COUP are:

Intertribal COUP owns a major stake in NativeEnergy, a company that markets carbon offsets and renewable energy credits and funds projects such as wind farms on Indian reservations.

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