The key to solving Alaska’s domestic energy problems and creating a sustainable future is educating Alaskans about where our energy comes from and how we use it. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) literacy in our youth is a critical first step to building an informed populace and preparing Alaska’s residents for the jobs of tomorrow. Colleen Fisk, REAP’s Energy Education director, focuses on K-12 education efforts on clean energy as well as teacher trainings for educators.
Wind for Schools
AK Network for Energy Education and Employment
You can also learn more about clean energy at home here or browse some information about renewable energy sources in Alaska here.
Energy Education Newsletter
Click the links below to download the PDF of past monthly Energy EducationNewsletters. Sign up here to receive future emails. Email Colleen for any questions or ideas for future editions.