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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.

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.

Secretary Jewell Announces Competitive Leasing Policy to Encourage Solar and Wind Energy Development on Public Lands, Create Greater Certainty for Developers

ORPC’s RivGen® Power System Demonstration Project a Major Success

ORPC’s RivGen® Power System Demonstration Project a Major Success

Applications for DOE Tribal Funding Opportunity Due In Two Weeks: 9/23/14

Applications for DOE Tribal Funding Opportunity Due In Two Weeks

Sen. Murkowski Presents New Indicators to Measure Energy Insecurity for Alaskans

Quanta Services Companies give $10,000 to American Cancer Society

Quanta Services Companies give $10,000 to American Cancer Society

AIDEA and MWH Sign Interior Energy Project Agreement

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