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Frontier Remote Arctic Power System

Frontier Power Systems Inc. (Frontier), as a result of an investment of more than $1.8 million by the Government of Canada and the Province of Prince Edward Island, will continue its work on a new arctic power system based on completely redesigned wind turbines, variable speed diesel generators and an advanced energy storage system.

This undertaking, which involves further research and development, will result in a completely redesigned wind turbine power system that will be a reliable power source. The work required is expected to create upwards of 14 new positions with the company and sustain its eight existing, highly skilled employees. Frontier also plans to target the redesigned turbine toward export markets.

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