Juneau: New Energy for Alaska Communities presentation 

NEW ENERGY FOR ALASKA COMMUNITIES will be presented by GWEN HOLDMANN, Director of the Alaska Center for Energy and Power at 7 p.m. in the Hickel Room, Centennial Hall. Alaska uses more energy per capita than any other state, in a nation that uses more energy than any other country in the world! Our state’s high energy use is complicated by high energy prices, isolated electric grid systems, and dependence on external supply. By developing more local energy resources–both fossil and renewable–we can stabilize prices and reduce our vulnerability. This would also position Alaska as an energy leader. In this lecture, cutting edge technology solutions available to meet Alaska’s current and future energy demand will be discussed. This event is free and families are welcome. For more information, visit www.scienceforalaska.com, or call 907-474-7558.

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