In projects big and small, Alaska turns to renewable energy 

This was an editorial by the Anchorage Daily News: The most powerful message in Sunday’s Daily News story about wind turbines and other renewable power projects in Alaska is simply that they exist. They are working. They are lighting and heating homes and businesses and villages. From the chiropractor in Palmer to villages like Chevak, people are cutting their dependence on fossil fuels and tapping clean, renewable energy and saving money in the process.Oil and gas will provide our mainstay fuels for some time to come. But look around, as reporter Rindi White did in the story “Power hungry,” and you can see both an intriguing present and a growing future. Read more

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