This on-demand webinar will provide an overview of the ACS 150 project in Cambridge Bay including the impacts at the community level such as the training of local people to operate the technology, local testing that has been done and more. The ACS 150 is a utility-in-a-box, fueled by solid waste that would otherwise end up in the landfill, that provides waste management, water treatment, electricity, energy storage and heating/cooling in an integrated, modular and containerized solution, without the harmful emissions that accompany conventional systems. By integrating all of these functions together the ACS is expected to lower the levelized cost of electricity by 25% immediately. The goal of the ACS 150 project is to demonstrate a solution-set of Canada's leading capabilities designed to address energy, storage, waste and water needs in remote communities, and in particular in cold climates. Project partners for ACS 150 Pilot in Cambridge Bay are; Sustainable Development Technology Canada, Canadian High Arctic Research Station, Qulliq Energy Corporation and the Government of Nunavut Department of Community and Government Services.
To view this on demand webinar, just click the link below where it says “Go to ACS 150 - Utility In a Box On-Demand Webinar.” When the new page opens, just fill out the short registration form and click the button that says “View” to start the webinar.
Presented by Rick Whittaker, Chief Technology Officer, Sustainable Development Technology Canada and founding Vice President of Investments.
Originally recorded on November 24, 2014