Business of Clean Energy in Alaska Conference
May 1-2, 2014
Dena’ina Civic and Convention Center
REAP invites you to its 6th annual Business of Clean Energy in Alaska conference on May 1-2 at the Dena’ina Center in Anchorage. This two-day conference brings together business, civic and government leaders from around the state and nation to share information and ideas on moving Alaska toward a sustainable energy future. The BCEA conference offers an unmatched opportunity to learn about the economic opportunities related to renewable energy and energy efficiency, and to catalyze growth for clean energy development in Alaska.
This year’s conference will feature Denis Hayes, CEO of the Bullitt Center, and Dan Reicher, Executive Director of the Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy & Finance at Stanford University, as a keynote speakers. Register before March 28th to save on conference registration fees and enter to win an iPad! For more information about the 2014 BCEA conference go to:
Clean Energy Forum
Thursday, March 13th | 6:30 to 8:30 pm
Innovation Lab – Loussac Library
“Green Buildings of the Future”
What’s special about a green building? This month learn how being green can add that WOW factor to a building’s design! Hear presentations from a representative of the Cascadia Green Building Council and Lynn Barrett of DIRTT Environmental Solutions about all of the innovative ways commercial buildings are saving energy and becoming super sustainable.
Not in Anchorage but still want to attend? Listen in and ask questions via REAP’s live forum webinar! Click HERE to register.
Click HERE to learn more about this and other REAP Clean Energy Forums.
DON’T FORGET: Our forums have moved to the Loussac Library, 3600 Denai Street. We hope to see you there!
Alaska Wind Integration Workshop
March 20-21, 2014
Fairbanks Pipeline Training Center
The Alaska Wind Integration Workshop builds on past International Wind-Diesel Workshops providing an opportunity to learn and share information on wind systems in arctic environments, through expert panel discussions and training in areas such as modelling, MET Tower set up and more. The first day of this year’s workshop will revolve around training sessions while the second day will highlight stakeholder presentations on key topics like turbine selection, O&M, and secondary loads. Attendees come from all over Alaska as well as Canada, and the Lower 48. This year’s presentations will cover a large swath of topics with time set aside for dialogue with participants.
Click HERE for more information and a copy of the workshop agenda.
Pick.Click.Give. in 2014
Do you “LovAlaska” as much as we do? Consider donating a portion of your 2014 Permanent Fund Dividend through Pick.Click.Give. and help organizations like REAP continue to do amazing things for our state. Sharing a portion of your PFD is a great way to show your love for Alaska!
REAP is thrilled to be participating in Pick.Click.Give. for the third year in a row. In 2013 119 gave a total of $6,300 from their PFDs to REAP. Wow! We appreciate your growing support for our mission, and look forward to continuing our advocacy efforts in 2014.
Please consider donating part of your Permanent Fund Dividend to REAP this year. Simply file for your PFD online and choose REAP from the list of eligible organizations.
Already filed but still want to give? Not to worry! The PFD application deadline is March 31st, but you can add or change your Pick.Click.Give. selections until August 31st.
Click HERE for more information.
REAP’s 1,000 Clean Energy Stories Project
Tell Us Your Clean Energy Story Today!
Without energy, our lives would be totally different. And yet the rising cost of energy is having dramatic impacts on many Alaskans. People across the state are finding it increasingly difficult to heat their homes and run their vehicles. REAP wants to hear your energy story. What role does energy play in your life? How is the cost of energy affecting you? Have you recently become more energy efficient? Tell us about it!
Who we are
Renewable Energy Alaska Project is a coalition of energy stakeholders working to facilitate the development of renewable energy in Alaska through collaboration, education, training, and advocacy.