Energy options for rural communities
Developers of tidal, river-current and wave-action power generation systems see commercial opportunities in remote Alaska communities
Given the high cost of conventional energy supplies such as diesel fuel in rural communities, emerging technologies involving the harnessing of natural water power from tides, ocean waves and river currents are economically attractive in many parts of Alaska, developers of these types of system told....
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