$300M APPROVED FOR CLEAN ENERGY PROJECTS & PROGRAMS IN ALASKA 

Gov. Parnell on Wednesday approved $303 million in funding for renewable energy development, and for energy efficiency programs to make our homes, businesses, and schools more energy efficient. This funding will support development of wind, hydro, geothermal, biomass and other renewable resources from Nome to Anchorage to Kodiak; encourage development of emerging energy technologies, and continue energy efficiency programs that have helped rural and urban communities across the state. Thank you to all the REAP members who took a moment to tell the governor how they felt about this important funding!

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  • $65,700,000 Alaska Energy Authority – Susitna Hydroelectric Energy Plan
  • $64,000,000 AHFC Weatherization Program
  • $37,500,000 AHFC Home Energy Rebate Program
  • $28,500,000 AEA – Sitka Blue Lake Hydroelectric Project Expansion
  • $12,500,000 AEA – Mount Spurr Geothermal Project Development
  • $10,000,000 AEA – Nuvista Light & Power Chikuminuk Hydroelectric Alternative Energy Project
  • $10,000,000 AEA – Copper Valley Electric Association Allison Creek Hydroelectric Project
  • $10,000,000 AEA – Golden Valley Electric Association Eva Creek Wind Farm
  • $8,025,000 AEA – Ketchikan Whitman Lake Hydroelectric Project
  • $6,000,000 AEA – Battle Creek Diversion
  • $3,751,840 Kodiak Electric Association, Inc. – Terror Lake Hydroelectric Project
  • $3,750,000 AEA – Kodiak Electric Association Terror Lake Hydroelectric Facility Expansion
  • $2,695,000 Akutan – Geothermal Development Project
  • $2,500,000 Alternative Energy Conservation Revolving Loan Fund
  • $2,400,000 Emerging Energy Technology Fund
  • $2,000,000 Alaska Power Company – Reynolds Creek Hydroelectric Project
  • $2,000,000 ORPC Alaska, LLC – Cook Inlet Tidal Generation Project
  • $2,000,000 Alaska Electric Light & Power Company – Snettisham Transmission Line Avalanche Mitigation
  • $1,999,972 Ormat Nevada, Inc. – Mount Spurr Geothermal Project
  • $1,896,836 Pelican – Hydroelectric Upgrade Project
  • $1,463,200 Golden Valley Electric Association – Eva Creek Wind Turbine Purchase
  • $1,330,467 University of Alaska Center for Energy & Power – Pilgrim Hot Springs
  • $1,300,000 AEA – Gustavus Electric Company Falls Creek Hydroelectric Debt Reimbursement
  • $1,265,000 Inside Passage Electric Cooperative – Southern Energy, Inc. Hydroelectric Project Purchase
  • $1,184,000 Kenai Hydro, LLC – Grant Lake Hydroelectric Facility
  • $1,180,000 Metlakatla Indian Community – Metlakatla-Ketchikan Intertie
  • $1,060,500 Kootznoowoo, Inc. – Thayer Lake Hydroelectric Project
  • $1,000,000 Alaska Energy Authority – Energy Plan Implentation
  • $1,000,000 AHFC Energy Efficiency Monitoring Research
  • $750,000 Matanuska-Susitna Borough – Susitna Valley High School Wood Heat
  • $700,000 Ketchikan – Whitman Lake Hydroelectric Project
  • $600,000 Chugach Electric Association, Inc. – Transmission to Renewable Energy Resources
  • $599,200 Inside Passage Electric Cooperative – Tenakee Inlet Geothermal Resource Study
  • $576,080 Chugach Electric Association, Inc. – Stetson Creek Diversion and Cooper Lake Dam Facilities
  • $565,485 Copper River School District – Kenny Lake School Wood Fired Boiler
  • $500,000 Chugach Electric Association, Inc. – Battle Creek Diversion Project
  • $500,000 Metlakatla Indian Community – Triangle Lake Hydroelectric Project
  • $500,000 Alaska Resource Agency – Biomass Research & Emission Reduction
  • $475,000 Inside Passage Electric
  • $472,787 University of Alaska Center for Energy and Power – Organic Rankine Cycle Field Testing
  • $468,000 Alaska Power Company – Connelly Lake Hydroelectric Project
  • $380,000 Alaska Power & Telephone Company – Upper Tanana Biomass CHP Project
  • $369,900 Lake & Peninsula Borough – Wood Boilers
  • $350,000 Craig – Biomass Fuel Dryer Project
  • $347,000 Elfin Cove – Hydroelectric Project
  • $300,000 Southeast Island School District – Thorne Bay School Wood Fired Boiler Project
  • $298,000 North Slope Borough – Wainwright Wind Turbine Design
  • $298,000 North Slope Borough – Point Hope Wind Turbine Design
  • $298,000 North Slope Borough – Point Lay Wind Generation Design
  • $277,000 Chitina Electric, Inc. – Fivemile Creek Hydroelectric Project
  • $275,554 Alaska Village Electric Cooperative – St. Marys/Pitkas Point Wind Construction
  • $250,000 Northwest Inupiat Housing Authority – Upper Kobuk River Biomass
  • $250,000 Lake & Peninsula Borough – Port Heiden Wind Turbine Project
  • $250,000 Fort Richardson – Bryant Airfield Solar Energy Collection System Design
  • $237,500 Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc. – Old Harbor Hydroelectric
  • $213,690 TDX Power, Inc. – Bethel Renewable Energy Project
  • $210,000 North Slope Borough – Atqasuk Transmission Line
  • $203,000 Tenakee Springs – Indian River Hydroelectric Project
  • $200,000 Tetlin – Biomass Energy Project
  • $200,000 Nome Hangar Solar Panel Installation
  • $154,477 Interior Regional Housing Authority – Wood Heating Feasibility Assessments
  • $145,000 Organized Village of Kwethluk – Wind Feasibility
  • $142,500 Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc. – Eek Wind Feasibility
  • $142,500 Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc. – Scammon Bay Wind Feasibility
  • $142,500 Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc. – Koyuk Wind Feasibility
  • $142,500 Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc. – Elim Wind Feasibility
  • $137,750 Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc. – Stebbins Wind Feasibility
  • $136,750 Chefornak – Wind Feasibility
  • $136,500 Independence Power, LLC – Fourth of July Creek Hydroelectric Project
  • $132,000 North Slope Borough – Kaktovik Wind Diesel
  • $125,000 Sitka – Japonski Island Boathouse Heat Pump
  • $111,150 Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc. – Marshall Wind Feasibility
  • $110,000 Akiachak Native Community – Wind Feasibility and Conceptual Design
  • $105,050 New Koliganek Village Council – Wind and Heat Recovery Feasibility Study
  • $100,000 Louden Tribal Council – Renewable Energy Feasibility Study
  • $100,000 Village of Atmautluak – Wind Renewable Energy
  • $99,075 G&K, Inc. – Cold Bay Electric Utility Wind Energy Project
  • $99,075 Nelson Lagoon Electrical Cooperative – Wind Energy Project
  • $93,593 Haines – Excursion Inlet Hydro Project
  • $90,000 Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc. – Kaltag Solar Construction
  • $85,000 Kotzebue – Paper and Wood Waste to Energy
  • $85,000 Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc. – Selawik Hybrid Wind Diesel System Turbine Upgrade
  • $84,000 Eklutna, Inc. – Hunter Creek Hydroelectric Project
  • $80,000 Alaska Power Company – Schubee Lake Hydroelectric Project
  • $75,000 Rural Deltana Volunteer Fire Department, Inc. – Deferred Maintenance and Improve Energy Efficiency to Station
  • $75,000 Native Village of Eyak – Biomass Feasibility Study
  • $75,000 Port Graham Village Council – Biomass Waste Heat Demonstration Project
  • $69,075 False Pass – Wind Energy Project
  • $67,500 AVTEC – Hydroelectric Training Facility
  • $67,000 Wrangell Radio Group Incorporated – ADA Compliance and Energy Efficiency Project
  • $61,225 Napaskiak Electric Utility – Wind Power and Heat Recovery
  • $50,000 Juneau Cooperative Christian Ministries – Glory Hole Shelter Energy Efficiency Heating Improvements
  • $37,000 Bering Pacific Engineering – Eska Creek Hydroelectric Project
  • $30,000 Native Village of Cantwell – Jack River Hydro Project
  • $30,000 Sitka – Centennial Hall and Library Renewable Energy Feasibility Study
  • $25,000 Lime Village Traditional Council – Photovoltaic System Retrofit
  • $25,000 Wrangell – Electric Vehicle Feasibility Study
  • $20,000 Sitka – Wastewater Treatment Plant Renewable Energy Feasibility Study
  • $10,000 Juneau LED Exterior Lighting
  • $10,000 Kenai LED Exterior Lighting
  • $10,000 Ketchikan LED Exterior Lighting
  • $10,000 Kodiak LED Exterior Lighting

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