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Record #139748:

The possibilities for wind and other renewable energies under Arctic conditions / Jonas Wolff.

Title: The possibilities for wind and other renewable energies under Arctic conditions / Jonas Wolff.
Author(s): Wolff, Jonas.
Date: 1996.
In: Arktisen keskuksen tiedotteita = Arctic Centre Reports. (1996.), Vol. 22 (1996)
Abstract: Distinguishes two types of energy need in Arctic: 1. large industrial and military complexes with extensive energy demands; and 2. small isolated communities with limited energy demand. Proposes major potential role for wind power though problems with icing and low temperatures still require solution. Paper originally presented at Arctic Opportunities Conference, September 12 - 15, 1994, Rovaniemi, Finland.
Notes:

Arktisen keskuksen tiedotteita = Arctic Centre Reports. Vol. 22 :238-245 (1996).

Keywords: 621.311 -- Electricity generation and supply.
63 -- Renewable resources.
330.34 -- Economic development.
M -- Engineering and construction.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 139748

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