FEDC is sharing this interesting sounding presentation, which is still happening even with all the snow!
Practical Energy Solutions for
Camps & Other Remote Locations
Arthur Nash, Energy Specialist
UAF Cooperative Extension Service
Dave Pelunis-Messier, Energy Outreach Coordinator
Tanana Chiefs Conference
Thursday, December 13
7 – 9 p.m.
Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors Center
101 Dunkel Street
Alaska residents living (or playing) in the backcountry often forgo luxuries such as hot water heaters, furnaces and other high-energy users. However, there are camp energy sources available. Solar cells, small windmills, hydro props, battery banks and rocket stoves help with hot water, laundry, sanitation, refrigeration, space heating, interior lighting, cooking, radio communications and home electronics.