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Alberta Renewable Energy test site evaluation of wind & solar pumping systems

1993 test season final report

by R. P. Atkins

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Published by Alberta Office of Renewable Energy Technology) in (Pincher Creek, AB .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Solar energy,
  • Research,
  • Wind pumps,
  • Renewable energy sources

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAlberta Renewable Energy test site evaluation of wind and solar pumping systems., Evaluation of wind & solar pumping systems :
    StatementR.P. Atkins, D.R. Baker
    ContributionsBaker, D. R., Canada. Natural Resources Canada, Alberta. Alberta Energy, Alberta. Alberta Agriculture, Alberta Office of Renewable Energy Technology
    The Physical Object
    Pagination69 leaves :
    Number of Pages69
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25906884M
    OCLC/WorldCa70391282


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Alberta Renewable Energy test site evaluation of wind & solar pumping systems: test season final report by Atkins, R. P; Baker, D. R; Canada. Natural Resources Canada; Alberta. Alberta Energy; Alberta. Alberta Agriculture; Alberta Office of Renewable Energy TechnologyPages: Alberta Wind Energy Corporation (“AWEC”) was formed in to develop renewable energy projects.

The Company is currently focused on developing several sites, taking a staged approach to power generation and shareholder value creation. Alberta Renewable Energy test site evaluation of wind & solar pumping systems: test season final report Funded jointly by Natural Resources Canada, Alberta Energy and Alberta Agriculture;"The Alberta Renewable Energy Test Site (ARETS) is the successor of the Lethbridge Wind Research Test site " issue, executive summary.

Evaluation of wind- and solar-powered water-pumping systems Item Preview Evaluation of wind- and solar-powered water-pumping systems by Alberta. Alberta Energy. Research and Technology Branch. Publication date Topics Reciprocating pumps, Pumping machinery, Windmills, Wind pumps.

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