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Jason Evans Named Chief Executive Officer of Rural Energy Enterprise

Jason Evans

Jason Evans

Photo: Rural Energy Enterprises

Jason Evans was hired as Chief Executive Officer for Rural Energy Enterprises. Evans will oversee the operations and financial management of the company. He recently served as the President and CEO of Financial Alaska, a business consulting firm. Prior to that, Evans was the Vice President at Alaska Growth Capital, a subsidiary of Arctic Slope Regional Corporation. Evans has over 15 years of experience working for Alaska Native Corporations and Alaska business owners. Evans holds a bachelor’s degree in organizational management from Alaska Pacific University.

Rural Energy Enterprises (R.E.E.), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Rural Alaska Community Action Program, Inc., is a wholesale distributor of energy-efficient and money-saving products such as the Toyostove space heater. R.E.E. began in 1987 as a result of receiving a federal grant to evaluate the feasibility of engaging in energy-related for-profit activity.

May 15, 2012 07:43 pm
 Posted by  analyzeevaluate

Instead of begging for a few crumbs in the ENERGY BUDGET; the ASL needs to set-up a RURAL OIL/GAS Exploration Entity to explore/develop a the coastal state waters for GAS.Coastal villages DEMAND a cheaper/cleaner fuel than DIESEL . Even COAL is a cleaner fuel than OIL when modern "strubbers' and "controls" are implemented.

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