A part of REAP’s mission is to educate the public on the benefits of clean, local energy sources in Alaska. One of the ways we do this is through coordinating numerous programs and events throughout the year.
Alaska Wood Energy Conference, Ketchikan, April 11-12, 2017
Community leaders, agency representatives, scientists and individuals from around the state and region will gather to share experiences, resources and knowledge of woody biomass as an alternative energy resource in our state. Some sessions will qualify for Society of American Foresters Continuing Education Credits. The conference typically draws 150 participants. Registration is available online.
Post Wood Energy Conference Biomass Greenhouse Tour, April 13, Prince of Wales
Participants will tour the biomass and greenhouse projects in Coffman Cove and Thorne Bay with the option to add a tour of Kasaan’s greenhouse. This field trip will facilitate the formation of peer-to-peer sharing of resources and experiences in regards to planning and implementing biomass greenhouses in Alaska’s unique environments. Target audience: School or community members interested in identifying whether a biomass or greenhouse could work in your community. Space is limited to 18 registrants, so sign up early!
Air Source Heat Pump Seminar & Webinar, May 6, Prince of Wales & Online
Klawock Voc Tech Building, Klawock
Guest Speakers including Dana Fischer, Efficiency Maine
Check back soon for more information