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Energy and remote communities

Nigel A. Hooper

Energy and remote communities

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by Nigel A. Hooper

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Published by University of Strathclyde. Department of Urban and Regional Planning in Glasgow .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliography.

StatementNigel Hooper.
SeriesStrathclyde papers on planning -- 7
ContributionsUniversity of Strathclyde. Department of Urban and Regional Planning.
The Physical Object
Pagination35p. :
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19542003M

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Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), chairwoman of the Energy and Natural Resources Committee "Small modular reactors have great potential as an emerging technology that could supply low-carbon energy for a range of users, including remote communities, mining operations and the oil and gas industry.” Jim Carr, Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources.

The move toward solar energy to remote Indigenous communities, particularly in northern Australia, is also increasing. Currently, communities in the Northern Territory and Queensland, including remote islands off the northern coast, are either operating or are considering the feasibility of solar energy to provide their power generation.

The sheer distances involved in reaching remote rural and small-town communities make their energy needs unique, which creates special challenges for utilities in less urban areas.

Fuel use patterns are different, for a start. Natural gas is the usual heating fuel in urban areas, but it’s far less common for rural households, because building distribution infrastructure across such. ABSTRACT. Rural and island communities form the major proportion of World population, yet receive little attention for energy development.

Only the harnessing of the dispersed low-intensity renewable forms of energy, in small scale local application, will provide energy for these communities.

For decades, natural gas has been a neglected element in energy policy discussions, but that is changing. The Ontario Energy Board, for example, Energy and remote communities book launched a special regulatory hearing into ways to get natural gas services to rural, remote and Indigenous communities.

Remote communities are supplied electricity in large part by diesel generators, due to their reliability and familiarity of the local utilities with the technology. Integrating renewable sources of energy into. Find out which energy sources are used by rural and remote communities by visiting the Atlas of Canada - Remote Communities Energy Database.

”Remote communities do not receive the benefits that 99 percent of the Canadian population take for granted, such as guaranteed, reliable and affordable electricity,” said Christopher Duschenes.

The coverage of the text includes various energy sources such as wind, hydro, biofuels, and solar energy. The book also covers concerns in strategies and planning of energy management in various rural areas, along with the factors that needed to be considered, such as cost, implementation, distribution, and maintenance.

This is the third publication in Remote Communities Energy in Transition, a series about challenges, opportunities, and solutions in integrating renewable energy into remote communities’ publications cover the advancements in technical, financial, and human capacity, energy policy, and regulations needed to transition remote communities to clean energy.

Some of the most remote areas in the United States were among the last locations to access electricity, with as many as nine out of 10 rural homes were without electricity in the mids. When President Roosevelt created the Rural Electrification Administration, things began to change.

Roosevelt’s New Deal era sparked the creation of electric cooperatives (co-ops) that today power. Energy (RE) planning model for Remote Communities (RCs), considering the characteristics of diesel-based RCs in Canada and other parts of the world such as Alaska and northern Chile.

Over the past few years, there has been a significant increase in assessing and deploying RE projects in northern remote. Transitioning to clean energy in remote communities brings its share of unique technical challenges.

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In order to obtain real data, a study area in the North Pennines was selected. The types of remote communities were evident throughout the study area and one of each type was selected for further study. It became clear that villages with an industrial base had most potential, due to high energy demand, vulnerability and community involvement.

Reducing the high cost of shipping diesel fuel into their remote communities, is the driving force to converting to renewable energy. Erin Whitney, a researcher at the Alaska Center for Energy and Power, told ScienceDaily, "Some communities are so remote that they can only get fuel delivered once or twice a year when the ice melts and a barge.

It is well known that remote communities face many challenges when dealing with meeting their energy demands. There are many examples around the world where remote communities have introduced renewable energy generation to help address some of these challenges and provide residents with a stable, clean long-term supply of electricity.

Scientists and engineers at Natural Resources Canada are working with remote northern communities to reduce their reliance on diesel and integrate solar and wind energy into their energy mix.

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This year’s event will showcase the great momentum in this area and provide.Expanding renewable energy into remote communities is a team effort. About half of the global Arctic population lives in isolated communities that must generate their own electricity, often from diesel fuel.

But it doesn’t have to be that way, as Gwen Holdmann explains to Arctic Deeply’s Hannah Hoag. Through this initiative, which we call the “Remote Community Renewable Energy Partnership,” the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), working with the Department of the Interior and other partners, is designing a modular, expandable, and replicable smaller-scale renewable energy hybrid power system that will take many small Alaska.