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Ecological Potential of Osmotic Power Generation by Pressure Retarded Osmosis in Ontario, Canada
Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Energy Harvesting, Storage, and Transfer (EHST'20)
Rural and remote communities in Northern Ontario rely on diesel generators as their main source of power. Diesel-generated electricity has a large carbon footprint and it is not an economically feasible source of energy, thus there is a vast interest in using alternative energy sources. Osmotic power is considered one of the promising techniques of renewable energy generation. The technical and ecological potential of osmotic power plants in Ontario is investigated in this study along with andoi:10.11159/ehst20.114 fatcat:xqvzeb4ur5e3xmpf7xpck5nbma