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Written by: Laurie Guevara-Stone May 19, 2015 The Kodiak Electric Association is now almost entirely operated by wind and hydro power. Read about their success story here. – See more at: http://alaskarenewableenergy.org/reports/news/#sthash.xygEwf4Y.dpuf Read More

The 2013 Business of Clean Energy in Alaska conference has come to an end and we are happy to report that this year’s event was a great success! Leaders from across Alaska gathered in Anchorage for two days to hear about the growing economic opportunities related to renewable energy and energy efficiency in Alaska. Top […] Read More

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By Suzanna Caldwell | Alaska Dispatch: With a natural gas shortage looming, Alaska utilities are bearing down on getting the word out. At a Monday Anchorage Chamber of Commerce Luncheon, Enstarpresident and CEO Colleen Starring spoke to business owners about what’s coming in terms of production for the region’s only natural gas utility. Gas production is not […] Read More

Here are some of the examples of wind power infographics show at the meeting To see them full size, just click on the image . Read More

IN PERSON: Clinton White (STG, Incorporated) Keith Walters (Usibelli Coal Mine) Alan Fetters (AK Energy Authority) Rich Stromberg (Alaska Energy Authority) Josh Craft (AK Energy Authority) Jodi Fondy (Denali Commission) Marc Mueller-Stoffels (AK Center for Energy & Power) Crystal Enkvist (Alaska Power Authority) Brent Petrie (Alaska Village Electric Cooperative) David Light (UAF) Chris Rose (REAP) […] Read More

Standford Graduate School of Business: If the world is to shift to clean energy, electricity generated by the wind will play a major role – and there is more than enough wind for that, according to new research from Stanford and the University of Delaware. Researchers at Stanford University’s School of Engineering and the University […] Read More

12-5pm • Alaska Power Association •  703 West Tudor Road • Anchorage Looking forward to seeing everyone. Please note if you will be listening in by phone, or attending in person. You can reach me at sjnowers@mtaonline.net, 907.229.1982 Stephanie Nowers State Facilitator, AK Wind Working Group Loading… Read More

By Tim Bradner | Alaska Journal of Commerce: The new Fire Island 17.6 megawatt wind power project developed by Cook Inlet Region Inc. will be generating power in a week or two. Commissioning of the 11 wind turbines on the island is expected to be completed by Sept. 8 or 9 and a 72-hour test […] Read More

By Daysha Eaton | KSKA: Officials fired up the state’s first methane power plant at the Anchorage Regional Landfill Tuesday. Doyon Utilities built the $26 million plant this summer. It uses methane gas created by decomposing garbage to create electricity. Doyon Utilities, The Municipality of Anchorage and Joint-Base Elmendorf Richardson partnered on the project. Dignitaries […] Read More

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