Residential Heating in Remote Arctic Villages: Implementation

Friday, December 9, 2016 8:30am – 5:00pm


The U.S. Arctic Research Commission’s Arctic Renewable Energy Working Group hosted the second in a series of workshops focused on Residential Heating in Remote Arctic Villages. This invitational workshop focused on the implementation of research needs identified at a prior workshop (Workshop 1 Report) on research needed to improve residential heating options in remote Arctic villages. Participants of the December 2016 meeting reviewed energy research projects recently completed or currently underway by the Alaska Energy Authority, the Cold Climate Housing Research Center, Alaska Center for Energy and Power and others. This was followed by breakout sessions to discuss options for addressing remaining research needs.

Workshop objectives were to:

Workshop Deliverables


WORKSHOP DOCUMENTS

» Workshop Agenda | 118 KB pdf

» Attendees | 57 KB pdf

» Workshop report - in development


PRESENTATIONS

» Recap of Research Needs for Residential Heating in Remote Arctic Villages — by C. Rosa 929 KB pdf

»  Alaska Affordable Energy Model Villages — by N.McMahon 1.2 MB pdf

» Cold Climate Housing Research Center Residential Heating Projects — by B. Grunau 30.7 MB pdf

» Summary of the Alaska Community Data Workshop — by G. Holdmann 34 KB pdf


Breakout Group Presentations

» Group A – Data and Technology: Prioritization of research needs and implementation strategies 423 KB pdf

» Group B – Socioeconomic Issues: Prioritization of research needs and implementation strategies 236 KB pdf

» Group C – Policy and Coordination: Prioritization of research needs and implementation strategies 268 KB pdf