Information Resource: Remote Power Systems for Polar Environments

Polar Power – a database and engineering resource funded by the National Science Foundation with the goal of providing a useful working resource for researchers in choosing, designing, implementing, and maintaining remote power systems in polar environments. This site allows the polar research community to establish a foundation of knowledge, share experiences, and stay current on technological developments.

Website includes sections on technologies (fuel cell, hydro, solar, wind, and more), case studies, information links, events (polar technology conferences), and more.  Case studies include power systems at Camp Raven in Greenland, McMurdo, mobile trailers at FireFly in Alaska, various weather and seismic stations, and more.

Link to source

More information:

Comments are closed.