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  • Monday, April 12, 2021
  • ACEP Researchers to Present at Arctic Sustainable Energy Research Conference April 20-22, 2021

The U.S. Arctic Research Commission, Cold Climate Housing Research Center, National Renewable Energy Laboratory and Alaska Center for Energy and Power will cosponsor the three-day virtual event to examine the latest energy and energy-efficiency research in northern regions.
ACEP researchers and topics include:
  • Tom Marsik - Air source heat pumps in cold climates
  • Michelle Wilbur and Steve Colt - Kake heat pump and electric rate analysis
  • Jeremy Kasper and Ben Loeffler - Hydrokinetic energy research in Alaska
  • Chris Pike - Solar Performance in the Arctic; bifacials
  • Dan Sambor - Optimization of dispatchable loads for renewable energy generation in microgrids
  • Jeremy VanderMeer - Wind/storage/secondary loads in St. Mary's and Mountain Village