Gov’t Eyes Arctic Windfarm

The Department of National Defence in a climate change initiative is spending $200,000 to study replacement of diesel generators in the North with mini-wind turbines. Diesel currently powers 100 percent of electricity in Nunavut, according to the National Energy Board: “There are major hurdles to overcome.”

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