Hydrokinetic projects on deck in Alaska
Turbine in Yukon next spring
One of the first pilot projects in the country will be in the city of Eagle, located along the Yukon River not far from the Canadian border, where Alaska Power & Telephone Co. plans to install a hydrokinetic turbine sometime next spring.
Alaska Power & Telephone supplies power to dozens of rural com....
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