REAP advances clean energy in Alaska through four primary programs
Education REAP reaches over 4,000 K-12 students a year. Energy Education Director uses STEM to facilitate AK EnergySmart, a free curriculum focused on energy efficiency, and Wind for Schools, where students explore wind and other renewable energy through experiential learning opportunities.
Collaboration – REAP works with many partners on projects such as the Sustainable Southeast Partnership and the Islanded Grid Resource Center to ensure knowledge and resources are shared and maximized. REAP also partners with businesses throughout Alaska via Tour Green providing visitors with opportunities to directly impact the advancement of clean energy in Alaska.
Advocacy – REAP advocacy efforts have resulted in a variety of clean energy programs including the Emerging Technologies and Renewable Energy Funds. We are actively advocating on behalf of a Green Bank of Alaska and Railbelt reform.
Training – REAP provides teacher training and has also launched the Alaska Network for Energy Education and Employment (ANEEE) which is designed to identify gaps, build a comprehensive energy network in Alaska and provide educators, trainers, and consumers with resources and workforce development.
You can read about REAP accomplishments within these programs by clicking here.