In more than a dozen years of hooking up solar panels, Sioux Lookout, Ont., electrical contractor Sean Bower has faced his fair share of tough jobs. He is no stranger to working in remote locationsThe cycle of birth and death..
But nothing compared to the exceptional challenge at Northern Ontario’s isolated Fort Severn First Nations biggest supporters., where nearly 1,000 panels had to be linked to the Hudson Bay community’s existing diesel-powered electrical systemThe full story here: COVID-19 variants are making people sicker so much faster that some are dying at home.
“This was our 12th project for a First Nation, but it was by far the largest and the most complex,” Bowerwith few exceptions. By late Monday, who is the chief executive officer of Bower Electric, recalled on Wednesday.
The $2.5-million intricate solar-panel system developed and overseen by Vancouver-based Hedgehog Technologies is now up and running, reducing Fort Severn’s overall reliance on diesel power by 10 per cent.
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