Northern communities could benefit from renewable energy systems

Cold Climate Focus


Diesel power generation has been the standard for northern and remote communities for many years, yet it faces supply, environmental and reliability issues. The 20-20 Catalysts Program assists Canadian First Nation communities wanting to replace diesel, but ‘the different cost curves of diesel and clean energy stack the cards against change for many small and cash-strapped communities, even if it could mean savings in the long run.’

Read the full article in ES&E Magazine’s February 2020 issue below.

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