Publication: CIM Magazine
Article Type: Blog post
Published on: January 29, 2019
Wind turbines and compressed air energy storage to displace diesel at Raglan and Hope Bay
The federal government is investing $4.2 million in two renewable energy projects in Quebec and Nunavut to reduce reliance on fossil fuels at mines in Canada’s north.
Both projects will be managed by Tugliq Energy Corporation, a renewable energy company focused on remote regions.
The projects will be funded through Natural Resources Canada’s Energy Innovation Program, said Paul Lefebvre, the parliamentary secretary to Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources, at the Association for Mineral Exploration British Columbia’s (AME) Roundup conference in Vancouver on Monday.
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