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Energy in the Arctic

 William (Bill) A. Adams
  11th-Nov-2009
Description: Arctic conditions offer ideal first applications for EVs, smart grid and renewable energy integration toward sustainable human communities. Extremely high cost of petroleum (approx. $400 million per year in Nunavut for pop. of 30,000). There are 26 communities in Nunavut are isolated from grid and candidates for wind power and smart grid power. Vehicles used locally only for short distances. ICE vehicles are already plugged in and/or operated 24/7 in winter.
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Domain: Energy
Category: Environmental
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William (Bill) A. Adams*
Plug-in and Hybrid Electric Vehicle Conference Montreal, Quebec Sept 28-30, 2009

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Extremely high cost of petroleum (approx. $400 million per year in Nunavut for pop. of 30,000) 26 communities in Nunavut are isolated from grid and candidates for wind power and smart grid power. Vehicles used locally only for shor ... See more

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