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Solar panels are replacing diesel fuel in Canada's far north
by Lou Del Bello
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23 December 2017
On 23 December 2017 Futurism reported:
A pilot project in one of the biggest Indigenous communities in Canada replaces expensive and polluting diesel with solar power. It could be the first of many. Canadian communities with as little as five hours of sun a day could soon leapfrog from diesel dependence to a clean energy economy. Kuujjuaq, the largest Inuit community of the Nunavik territory, is leading the way . . .
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