The first ever New Markets Tax Credit Program funded project in American Samoa closed on November 30, 2018. The Project will substantially reduce the non-revenue water loss of 60% fresh drinking water. The project will improve water quality from the upper Pava’ia’i to Aoloau areas with over 550 homes and a population of 3,000+ by […]
This is the last phase of a $70 million phased in project to redo the entire water and waste water system on the reservation. We have used new markets for the three initial phases. Prior to the redo, the POL experienced severe water shortages and unsafe waste water situations. The POL utility authority is responsible […]
Navajo Tribal Utility Authority (NTUA) provides electricity, natural gas, water, wastewater treatment, renewable energy and telecommunications services to homes and businesses throughout the Navajo Nation and neighboring communities. The project created 27 construction jobs and 2 permanent jobs. The new facility processes waste water in an environmentally sustainable manner without a rate increase on some […]
A new facility providing immediate cost savings and prevents emergency overflows and environmental contamination.
Financing to support program expansion and renewable energy improvements to visitor and nonprofit-run community centers that provide areas with reliable and sustainable forms of electricity and water.
The new Coyote Valley Hotel is 55,000 square feet and has 101 guest rooms. It is located along US Highway 101, a major commercial artery bringing customers through the region for business, tourism and gaming purposes. The tribe is also increasing wastewater capacity and building safer highway access to the reservation.
NMTC financing helped Pueblo of Laguna Utility Authority complete the rehabilitation of the water and wastewater system throughout the tribal lands of Pueblo of Laguna, N. M. The previous water system, which supported six villages, suffered from recurring system failures. The 4Points Laguna project promises to enhance the water and waste water systems by providing […]