REAP : Increasing Clean Energy in Alaska

Renewable Energy Alaska Project (REAP) is a coalition of large and small Alaska utilities, businesses, conservation and consumer groups, educational entities, Alaska Native organizations, and municipal, state and federal agencies with an interest in developing Alaska’s vast renewable energy resources.
REAP’s mission is to increase the production of renewable energy in Alaska and bring the benefits of clean, economic and inexhaustible renewable power to the citizens of Alaska. REAP’s advocacy resulted in annual savings of 30 million gallons of diesel and 25 million gallons heating oil per year statewide.

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Energy Efficiency

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Renewable Energy

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Energy Education

REAP’s Advocacy Has Enabled:

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Energy Savings Per Year
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Renewable Energy Fund Projects
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State Support for Clean Energy Since 2008
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Energy Education for Students per Year