In-river turbine arrives in Alaska
Project will test the feasibility of using river current to generate more affordable power for rural village in southwest Alaska
Several years after being discussed as a concept at an Arctic Energy Conference, Ocean Renewable Power Co.ís prototype in-river electricity generation device has finally arrived in Alaska for testing in the Kvichak River, as a potential power source for the village of Igiugig near the end of Lake Il....
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Rural power supply
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