• Media Release

Renewable energy powers up in Nunavut

Updated: Nov 27, 2018

Farid Sharifi June 27, 2016

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.

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