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NEWS: Nunavik August 20, 2014 - 1:20 pm

Photo: Wind turbine goes up in Nunavik

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Workers piece together one of the 40-metre-long blades that make up a new three megawatt wind turbine recently installed outside the Raglan nickel mine in Nunavik, roughly 100 kilometres south of Salluit. Coupled with a 1.8 MW wind energy storage system the pilot project is designed to reduce the 60 million litres of diesel needed to run the mine site each year. Read more about the project later at Nunatsiaqonline.ca. (PHOTO COURTESY OF TUGLIQ)
Workers piece together one of the 40-metre-long blades that make up a new three megawatt wind turbine recently installed outside the Raglan nickel mine in Nunavik, roughly 100 kilometres south of Salluit. Coupled with a 1.8 MW wind energy storage system the pilot project is designed to reduce the 60 million litres of diesel needed to run the mine site each year. Read more about the project later at Nunatsiaqonline.ca. (PHOTO COURTESY OF TUGLIQ)

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