ELECTROCHEMICAL ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS: A SMALL SCALE APPLICATION TO ISOLATED COMMUNITIES IN THE CANADIAN ARCTIC

Authors
  1. Adams, W.A.
  2. Gardner, C.L.
  3. Casey, E.J.
Corporate Authors
Defence Research Establishment Ottawa, Ottawa ONT (CAN)
Abstract
The relative freedom of the Canadian Arctic from environmental effects due to human activities and the presence of many small isolated communities dependent on their own electric power generating systems provides an interesting opportunity for a comparative cost/benefit study of possible electrochemical energy storage systems. The high cost of fuels in the Arctic encourages the design and operation of maximum efficiency energy delivery systems. The elimination of waste at each step is environmentally and economically desirable.
Report Number
807 — Paper presented in part at the Seattle WA Meeting, The Electrochemical Society, May 1978, Paper No 580
Date of publication
01 Jan 1979
Number of Pages
7
Reprinted from
Can Elec Eng J, vol 4, no 3, 1979, p 4-10
DSTKIM No
79-02981
CANDIS No
87310
Format(s):
Originator's fiche received by DSIS;Hardcopy

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