Renewable energy powers up in Nunavut
Updated: Nov 27, 2018
Diesel fuel has long been the primary source of energy in Arctic communities. In the harsh environs of the Arctic, diesel fuel is, above all else, reliable – an important characteristic in 24-hour darkness and -40°C temperatures. Unfortunately, this reliability has high logistical, financial and environmental costs, hindering the self-sufficiency and independence of northern and remote communities.
For more please click on this link: https://blog.wwf.ca/blog/2016/06/27/renewable-energy-in-nunavut/