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I do not agree with your premise
I lived in Fairbanks in 1954-1957, and remember the adaptations of tunnels and basements, but also remember the SOLAR ENERGY during the summer months was awesome! 20 hours of sunlight a day...yeah it was dark for the winter months, but transferring some of that power means storage of summer surplus, not total lack of renewable energy. You need to adapt to the situation, and perhaps a reduction or rebate for energy would be needed, but don't just complain...come up with solutions.
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