Study investigates small scale HVDC
Preliminary results out from phase II look at whether 1 MW high voltage direct current transmission would work for rural areas
The Denali Commission has funded two phases of a study looking at whether high voltage direct current, HVDC, transmission would work for small Alaska rural communities, those which need about 1 megawatt of electricity.
Jason Meyer, emerging energy technology program manager for the Alaska Center fo....
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Phases of project
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