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Kotzebue Microgrid

Kotzebue Microgrid

Over a ridge, just out of sight of the city of Kotzebue, nineteen towers rise hundreds of feet into the air like oversize cranes, arms rotating in a steady breeze off the Chukchi Sea. The turbines make up Alaska’s oldest commercial wind farm, supplying about 20 percent of the community’s electricity.

Alaska Air Group Reports September 2014 Operational Results

National Geographic Live Coming to Anchorage

Providing Support for U.S. Military Arctic Operations

Providing Support for U.S. Military Arctic Operations

Between April 29 and May 3 this year, the US Army conducted a series of training exercises out of Deadhorse Aviation Center (DAC) at Prudhoe Bay as part of Operation Spartan Pegasus, an Arctic mobility operation designed to enhance the proficiency of US joint forces Arctic airborne operations and ground maneuvers in extreme weather conditions.

Thriving, Varied, Mat-Su Farms

Thriving, Varied, Mat-Su Farms

Driving through downtown Wasilla or Palmer, it’s sometimes easy to forget that the Matanuska-Susitna Valley began in many ways as an agricultural colony. But, just a few steps off the main road, there are many farms producing fresh meat, dairy, and produce for hungry Alaskans.

Sitnasuak Native Corporation

Sitnasuak Native Corporation

When you have a cool company, you attract a lot of cool talent.

Top 49ers 2014

Top 49ers 2014

We wondered what it would be like to go viral with Alaska Business Monthly’s Top 49ers, this year. We don’t want to crash our cloud; however, we would like a gazillion hits on our website.

Alaska's Top 49ers 2014 | Executive Summary

Alaska's Top 49ers 2014 | Executive Summary

Cruz Construction

Cruz Construction

Thirty-five years of construction experience in remote sites in Alaska has given Dave Cruz no shortage of stories to tell. He worked on the trans-Alaska oil pipeline and helped build the oilfields at Prudhoe Bay. Then he and his wife, Dana, started Cruz Construction, which under the umbrella of Cruz Companies, has grown to be one of the largest in Alaska.

Indigenous Building Techniques

Indigenous Building Techniques

Alaska has the toughest winter weather in the United States; and Fairbanks “enjoys” one of the more unforgiving climates in the state. Temperatures there can drop below minus fifty degrees in winter and soar above one hundred degrees in the summer.

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