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Lecture to focus on camp, cabin energy sources

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Posted: Thursday, December 6, 2012 11:56 pm

FAIRBANKS—Alaskans with remote camps and cabins often forgo luxuries such as hot water heaters and other high-energy appliances, but they don’t necessarily need to.

Cooperative Extension Service energy specialist Art Nash and Dave Pelunis Messier of Tanana Chiefs Conference will talk about practical energy solutions for camps and other remote locations from 7-9 p.m. Dec. 13 at the Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors


Their free presentation will cover solar cells, small windmills, hydro props, battery banks and rocket stoves. These energy sources can help with hot water, laundry, refrigeration, interior lighting, cooking, radio communications and more.

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