US DOE announces marine energy grants
Two Alaska projects to receive funding assistance for systems can use river flows to generate power for remote rural communities
On June 8 the U.S. Department of Energy announced that it is awarding grants to six projects for generating electricity from moving water, including two Alaska projects researching energy production from the water flow in rivers. The agency is awarding $2.3 million to the Igiugig Village Council and....
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