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Alaska Power Association Newsletter April 2017


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Alaska Power Association
Alaska Power Association is the statewide trade association that represents the electric utilities that supply power to more than a half-million Alaskans from Barrow to Unalaska, through the Interior and Southcentral, and down the Inside Passage.
 
April 2017
 Dear APA/AIE Members and Friends,
 
On April 18, we celebrated National Lineman Appreciation Day. The day is set aside to recognize and thank the men and women who venture out in all types of weather to ensure electric power is being delivered safely and reliably to consumers. Linemen are a crucial part of the behind-the-scenes action that allows consumers of electricity to avoid worry over how their power is reaching them.
 
Alaska Power Association's members provide an essential service for the day-to-day lives of Alaskans. Each person who works at the utility fills a necessary role in the overall delivery of power and services to members and their families. At Alaska Power Association, we spend our days working to support our members with this mission. As part of that effort, APA organizes many seminars and workshops each year to offer continuing education and training to the personnel that make it all work at our member utilities.
 
In May, APA is hosting our longtime attorney, Andy Leman, for a two-day workshop focusing on the legal issues impacting our industry. The APA Alaska Electric Utility Legal Workshop for Managers and Supervisors will take place May 4-5, in the APA Conference Room. For more information, click here.
 
Also in May, the APA Environmental Regulations Committee Workshop will host a full-day of presentations and roundtables focusing on regulatory issues. From waste management to Army Corps of Engineers permits, to proposed Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation regulations, there is something for everyone at the ERC Workshop. For more information, click here.
 
As the trade association for electric utilities in Alaska, we work hard to bring relevant and timely training opportunities to our members. When we all work together, the people who benefit the most are the electric consumers of Alaska.
As always, keep in touch!
 
 
Crystal Enkvist, APR
APA Executive Director
ARECA Insurance Management Inc., Executive Vice President
 
  
APA Alaska Electric Utility Legal Workshop for Managers and Supervisors
 
APA Alaska Electric Utility Legal Workshop for Managers and Supervisors
From safety to legal matters, APA has the industry covered this spring. 
 
The APA Alaska Electric Utility Legal Workshop for Managers and Supervisors will feature long-time APA attorney Andy Leman, of Kemppel, Huffman, and Ellis, who will present a compelling agenda of relevant legal issues often faced by electric utility management. The event will take place May 4-5 in the APA Conference Room. The member cost for the Legal Workshop is $750 for both days ($1,150 for non-members). Deadline to register for the workshop is April 17, 2017.
 
To register for the Legal Workshop, click here
 
APA Scholarship Application Period 
Now Open
 
We always have an eye to the future at APA, and that's why we take so much pride in our scholarship programs. It's no secret that college and technical training programs that prepare the next generation of electric utility employees are expensive. Two scholarships offered fully or in part by APA strive to help ease the financial burden of education for our highest achieving Alaskans who want to work in the electric utility industry. The application periods for both scholarships are now open.
 
APA Hank Nikkels Scholarship for Engineers: Hank Nikkels was a 25-year management employee of the Municipality of Anchorage at Municipal Light & Power and a leader in Alaska's electric industry who died in 2002.  The Alaska Power Association membership established a scholarship in his memory to help ensure future electric utility leaders have an opportunity to further their education in the electric power industry.
Applicants have the chance to receive up to $3,000 and textbook stipends of up to $500. Anyone interested in the Nikkels Scholarship can get more information on our website at www.alaskapower.org.
 
APA-IBEW Local 1547 Scholarship:  Alaska Power Association (APA) and IBEW Local 1547 are offering up to $2,000 in scholarships for Alaska residents who intend to work in the electric industry and who are enrolled in an accredited Alaska vocational school such as the Alaska Joint Electrical Apprenticeship and Training Trust, the Alaska Institute of Technology, the University of Alaska Fairbanks Community & Technical College, and the University of Alaska Anchorage Technical Vocational Educational Program. More information on this scholarship can also be found at www.alaskapower.org.
 
 
  
APA's Environmental Regulations Committee Workshop May 8
 
The Alaska Power Association Environmental Regulations Committee Workshop will take place May 8, at the APA offices. The Workshop is a full-day of presentations and roundtables focusing on the environmental issues our members face each day. The theme of this year's Workshop is Waste Management, with bonus presentations by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation. The Workshop will be $75 for members and $150 for non-members. For questions, contact Michael Rovito, APA Director of Member and Public Relations, at mrovito@alaskapower.org, or 907-771-5711.
 
 
 
 
  
Electric utilities exploring energy storage options
 
 
By Tracy Warren, NRECA, with contributions from Michael Rovito, APA
 
Generating enough electricity to power a small, remote island in the Pacific is an expensive proposition. Just ask Kauai Island Utility Cooperative (KIUC). Importing fuel is not only costly, that cost is unpredictable. Kauai does have another plentiful energy resource, of course: sunshine. Starting this year, the co-op will offset high fuel costs by purchasing stored solar energy from Tesla.
Electric utilities in Alaska have begun installing increasingly efficient and robust battery systems to store energy for later use. Many have been called into action during outages at a generation facility, providing enough power to keep the lights on while the utility crew fixes the problem at the power plant.
 
Members of Alaska Power Association have been integrating renewable technology into their systems for years, with solar popping up in places from Southwest Alaska to above the Arctic Circle.
Back in Kauai, the lessons learned at KIUC will benefit co-ops around the country as the technology for storing energy from the sun becomes more economically viable.
KIUC has been ramping up its solar capacity for several years, building arrays and installing roof-top solar. But the Solar City/Tesla project differs in one very important respect: the sun's energy will be stored in a massive battery bank and made available to the utility at night. 
You read that right - KIUC members will be powering their homes with solar energy after dark.
 
Even more exciting? Collecting and storing energy in the Tesla Powerpacks actually costs the co-op less than generating power using shipped diesel and oil.
The technology to store energy such as solar and wind has, in fact, been around for quite some time; it's the high cost of storage that has kept this technology out of reach. Now we're seeing that cost equation beginning to change.
The KIUC project uses Tesla's Powerpack 2 battery system, which has been in production since 2016. Not only is the battery technology evolving, the manufacturing process is also changing. Costs are coming down as a result of this evolution.
 
At the same time that energy storage is becoming more economical, the need for storage is growing. Several reports released early in 2017 show the nation's solar capacity skyrocketing.
 
According to industry experts, the solar industry is poised to nearly triple over the next five years, with nationwide solar capacity surpassing 100 gigawatts. That's enough capacity to power more than 24 million homes!
Electric co-ops are trending in the same direction. By the end of this year, the total solar energy capacity of America's electric cooperatives will be five times what it was two years ago.
 
Energy storage will help get the best value out of this plentiful resource.
 
Like the rest of the utility industry, co-ops are closely monitoring these trends. In addition to KIUC, electric cooperatives in North Carolina, New Mexico, Alaska, Texas, Oklahoma and Minnesota have been piloting energy storage technologies.
 
As state and federal regulators, as well as energy markets, look at these developments, electric cooperatives are urging them to keep the consumer top-of-mind. 
Every co-op must, as KIUC has done, blaze its own trail. KIUC could embark on this project, in part, because it is governed by members who understand the co-op's challenge.
 
Electric co-ops thrive when they have the freedom to develop projects that meet their unique needs and the needs of their consumer-members.
 
  
Consumer Interest Found to be Driving Co-op Solar 
 
 
 
Driven by increased interest among consumers as well as declining costs, electric cooperatives across the country are finding a multitude of ways to bring the benefits of solar to their members.
 
New data paints a striking picture: America's electric co-ops expect to double their current solar capacity by the end of 2017, adding more than 480 MW of solar this year for a total capacity of 872 MW nationwide, according to figures from the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA).
 
In a recent nationwide survey, electric co-ops were asked why they offer or support solar options. More than two-thirds of respondents said they were motivated by a desire to increase consumer-member satisfaction and a majority cited member demand. Increased affordability also played a role, with nearly half of respondents citing the decline in the cost of renewable energy as a factor in enhancing their solar energy program. The survey results clearly show co-ops are listening to their members and they care about costs.
 
As consumer-owned utilities, electric co-ops view solar as a consumer resource. That's why co-ops lead the utility sector in developing community solar or "shared solar," a program that enables co-op members to invest in solar farms built and operated by the co-op.
Cooperation among cooperatives is another key co-op principle, and collaboration is critical to the growth in solar. In 2016, cooperatives announced nine joint projects involving more than 200 local co-ops. Cost savings from the economies of scale in large projects make these projects more affordable.
 
Co-ops also collaborate by sharing information and knowledge with the nationwide network of cooperative peers. As the early solar adopters gained experience and know-how, they shared best practices with the co-op community.
 
Some co-ops are partnering with local rooftop solar installers or even doing rooftop installation for their members. Other co-ops are installing solar-powered water heaters and irrigation systems. There is no one-size-fits-all program for electric co-ops.
 
Cooperatives are developing a variety of solar options, from huge arrays covering hundreds of acres to residential solar installations. No matter what their size, circumstances or geographic location, all electric co-ops have one thing in common when it comes to solar: they want to help their members make energy choices that are right for them.
 
Do you have news to share? Our members want to know
 
 
One of the benefits of APA membership is the chance to have your products and services marketed in our newsletter. Reaching nearly 400 newsletter subscribers, your message can be spread far and wide through our long-running, monthly newsletter.
 
Whether it's a company anniversary, a new product or service, or a new employee or retirement, we're happy to add it to our newsletter. To submit an item to the Alaska Power Association newsletter, contact Michael Rovito, APA Director of Member and Public Relations, at 907-771-5711 or mrovito@alaskapower.org. Please send all submissions by the 20th day of the month for publication. 
 
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Are you a member of APA? Would you like to be?
Some of our avid newsletter readers aren't members of Alaska Power Association, but you can be. Those with substantial interest in the activities of the Association, who aren't utilities, can join as Supporting Members for $500 per year.
Benefits of APA membership include:
  • Be part of the forum for networking and information sharing with industry members
  • Link to your organization's website on the APA website
  • Monthly newsletter helps you stay current on industry-specific news and events
  • Access to our streaming training video service
  • Organization listing in the annual membership directory (hardcopy directory deadline has already passed)
  • Marketing and public relations opportunities via the newsletter, event sponsorships and trade shows
For more information, contact Michael Rovito, Director of Member and Public Relations, at 907-771-5711, or mrovito@alaskapower.org
 
 
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Employment Opportunities (As of February 28, 2017)
 
Matanuska Electric Association is seeking a  Collection Specialist I/Collection Specialist II
 
 
PURPOSE
To provide a wide variety of member service and office support functions aimed at courteously and effectively helping MEA and its members resolve their payment and collection issues.
ESSENTIAL POSITION REQUIREMENTS
  • Qualified candidates are required to have a high school diploma, or equivalent. Work experience should include one (1) to two (2) years of responsible collection related office experience.
  • Preference will be given to those candidates with continuing education credits in Business Administration, Basic Accounting, Data Processing, or related courses.
  • Preference will also be given to those candidates with one (1) year of experience as a member service representative.
  • Knowledge of applicable State and Federal collection and bankruptcy laws.
COLLECTION SPECIALIST II REQUIREMENTS
Qualified candidates are required to have a high school diploma, or equivalent.  Work experience should include two (2) to three (3) years of responsible collection related office experience.
The application period for this positions closes at 5 p.m., on Thursday, April 20, 2017. For more information about this and other job opportunities at MEA, visit MEA's career webpage by clicking here.
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Alaska Village Electric Cooperative is seeking a Customer Service/Utility Billing Representative
 
Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc. has an immediate opening for a Customer Service/Utility Billing Representative. Educational and experience requirements include a High School Diploma, or equivalent, plus 1 - 3 years of experience in Accounts Receivable, Customer Service, and/or Utility Billing processing. Excellent communication and customer service skills, ability to process and understand accounts receivable and billing processes and functions. Excellent skills using complete Microsoft Office Suite is also required. Primary functions of this job include answering high volume multi-line phone system, taking customer payments, answering customer inquiries, performing monthly billing processes, maintaining and updating consumer account records, processing of new applications for service and membership, and assists with all other necessary functions to support the success of the department. Starting wage is DOE. AVEC offers a stellar benefits package. Standard pre-employment background check and drug & alcohol screenings are also required. Interested candidates must submit a completed company application is required and may be submitted to applications@avec.org or mailed to:
 
Human Resources Department
Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc.
4831 Eagle St.
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Applications may be downloaded from www.avec.org . Resumes submitted without a completed application will not be considered. Open until filled. EOE
 
 
Matanuska Electric Association is seeking a Meter Relay/Substation Technician
 
This position will be an integral part of the ongoing substation maintenance program at the Association. Successful candidates will utilize test instruments to perform condition assessments on power transformers, regulators, reclosers, breakers, and other ancillary devices. Evaluations of the test results will be used to determine required maintenance and/or repair of the equipment.
Qualified candidates are required to have a high school diploma, or equivalent, supplemented by formal post-secondary electronics training, civilian or military.
 A general knowledge of power metering and relaying in a high voltage electrical system is desirable.
 Extensive experience and demonstrable ability to perform the duties of the position may be considered in lieu of or equivalent to a portion of the education requirements.
 Preference will be given to those candidates with ten or more years of electrical experience (12.4 kV to 230 kV) with an emphasis on the maintenance, commissioning and startup of substation equipment such as breakers, transformers and LTC's including directly related experience in power metering and protective relay testing.
 Candidates must provide verification of OSHA CFR 1910.269 training within the past year (if the selected applicant does not have this training, or cannot provide this documentation, the Association may make training materials available to the selected applicant).
 Qualified candidates must have a valid Alaska driver's license (or ability to obtain as required under State of Alaska regulations) and a driving record, which is acceptable and insurable by the Association and the Association's insurance carrier at standard group rates.
 A valid first aid card is required.
 A current Medical Examiner's Certificate (MEC) is required.
 Candidates must have personal hand tools, to include screwdrivers, pliers, and cutters
The application period for this position is open until the position is filled. Fore more information on this and other positions at MEA, visit MEA's career page by clicking here.
 
Matanuska Electric Association is seeking a District Engineer
 
This position is responsible for supervising the District Engineering section, which provides the engineering required to extend, improve, and maintain the Association's electric distribution system.
Qualified candidates for this position are required to have a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering or Project Management.
 Qualified candidates are required to have five years of directly related electric utility experience
 A minimum of five years of progressively responsible supervisory experience is required.
 Additional related experience in the electric utility distribution area may be substituted for the educational requirement on a year for year basis.
 Proficiency with RUS construction specifications is desirable.
 Preference will be given to those candidates whose prior experience evidences responsible engineering experience in electrical distribution facilities or related areas.
 Prior experience administering and interpreting collective bargaining agreements is desirable.
 Qualified candidates must have a valid Alaska driver's license (or ability to obtain as required under State of Alaska regulations) and a driving record, which is acceptable and insurable by the Association and the Association's insurance carrier at standard group rates.
 
The application period for this position is open until filled. For more information about this and other job opportunities at MEA, visit MEA's careers page by clicking here.
 
 
Homer Electric Association is seeking an Engineering Technician II in its Kenai office
 
Duties include the design of overhead and underground single and three-phase power lines; field staking, inspections and preparing cost estimates for line extensions, new services and system improvements; maintaining system inventories, record keeping, file maintenance, and finalizing work orders; updating and maintaining system electric maps using GIS software; inspecting distribution lines for compliance, performing periodic maintenance inspections of electrical facilities and preparing work orders as required for maintenance work. Technicians also assist in field survey work for securing rights-of-way and easements for power line as-builts, and locating line extensions and other system facilities. Must be able to work with and around customers.
The successful candidate will demonstrate two years of college level staking/surveying education or training, and two years of related work experience, at least one of which must be in the Engineering Technician I classification or equivalent. Two years of field surveying experience or knowledge of electrical theory may be substituted for the year of Engineering Technician experience. Four years of applicable work experience can be substituted for education requirements. GIS experience is desirable. Candidates may be required to demonstrate proficiency in algebra and geometry as part of the application process.
 
Applications may be completed on line at http://homerelectric.applicantpro.com/jobs. If you are an individual with a disability and would like to request a reasonable accommodation as part of the employment selection process, please contact Human Resources at (907) 235-3369 or hr@homerelectric.com.
HEA is an Equal Opportunity Employer; Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.
 
 
Alaska Village Electric Cooperative is seeking an Information Technology System Administrator
 
This position is responsible for the design, installation, configuration, administration and system security of a multi-platform computing environment. Environment includes Microsoft Windows, Active Directory, IBM AS/400, Microsoft Exchange, IP Telephony systems and associated routers, switches and protocols, LAN/WAN, VMWARE, wireless technologies, and mobile computing.
Position Specifications
Education: Bachelor's Degree in Business Information Systems, Computer Science or equivalent.
Preferred: MCSE, CCNA, CCNP or other related certifications are highly preferred. Experience: Five (5) Years of similarly complex experience, with at least two (2) years of leadership or supervisory experience.
Areas of Experience: Experience with similarly complex systems and responsibilities successfully managing network design and capacity planning, managing software and hardware contracts, licensing and associated warranties, maintaining operating efficiency and stability in a secure and compliant environment. Experience providing group, user and desktop support and training as required by the Cooperative and department managers. Maintain and managing the backup of data and integrity of offsite storage of such backups. Extensive knowledge of DHCP, DNS, TCP/IP protocols, routing and VoIP technologies. Experience in routine server and security audits. Experience working with third party vendors regarding implementation and maintenance of integrated software, hardware and infrastructure.
 
Education Substitution:
High School Diploma plus 15 years of directly related experience in a similarly complex IT position, with at least 2 years of supervisory experience can substitute for the Bachelor's Degree in Business Information Systems, Computer Science or equivalent specification requirement.
AA/Two year Degree in Business Information System, computer Science or equivalent plus 10 years of directly related experience in a similarly complex IT position, with at least 2 years of supervisory experience can substitute for the Bachelor's Degree in Business Information Systems, Computer Science or equivalent specification requirement.
 
The application period for this position is open until filled. For more information or to apply, click here.
 
Alaska Village Electric Cooperative is seeking an Electrical Engineer, P.E.
 
This position will design electrical power generation and distribution facilities for isolated utility power systems in rural Alaskan communities, produce design drawings, specifications and procurement documents and provide technical support for facility construction and maintenance.
Essential Functions
A. ENGINEER
1. Develop engineering calculations, design drawings and project specifications for utility construction and maintenance projects
2. Design diesel engine generator installations to operate under minimal supervision with automated and non-automated switchgear to provide continuous utility power
3. Develop supervisory control and data acquisition systems and communication systems to automate plant processes and provide remote monitoring
4. Analyze power distribution and generation systems for capacity, load balance, system protection coordination and arc flash analysis
5. Integrate multiple generators, and ancillary equipment, including distributed renewable generation facilities to operate on small isolated grids, maximizing generating efficiency and maintaining power quality.
6. Design overhead and underground power distribution facilities
7. Maintain accurate system drawings and engineering records
8. Provide technical and project support for construction and maintenance of Cooperative facilities
9. Inspect and test completed installations and certify functionality and compliance with design standards.
10. Take on-call responsibility when assigned in rotation with other engineers and managers to receive and handle emergency and trouble calls after hours as forwarded from the answering service.
11. Complete tasks and provide support as directed by the Manager of Engineering.
ADDITIONAL ESSENTIAL FUNCATIONS:
1. Clearly and concisely communicate using the English language, through the use of drawings, written words and speaking.
2. Provide accurate technical calculations and reasoned design of mechanical and electrical facilities
3. Attend meetings and correspond with AVEC staff, AVEC members, vendors and contractors.
4. Provide organized, self-motivated work progress, prioritizing efforts for the greatest benefit to the Cooperative.
5. Demonstrate general knowledge of AVEC's operations, policies, tariff, products and services.
6. Answer and handle calls directed to you through the call center.
7. Preserve confidentiality of cooperative issues when relating to employees, members and general public.
8. Thoroughly understand the work to be done and understand and adhere to ethical design and construction practices.
9. Travel to work locations in remote Alaskan communities to design, inspect and test power generation and distribution facilities.
 
An employee in the Engineering department may be required to perform any other reasonable duties assigned in order to fulfill the objectives of the cooperative.
Position Specifications
 
Education: Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering or related field from ABET accredited college program.
 
Experience: A minimum of four years of relevant experience in electrical engineering.
Certification: Professional Electrical Engineering License to practice in the State of Alaska or licensure in another State with ability to obtain Alaska license within 6 months.
 
The application period for this position is open until filled. For more information, visit AVEC's jobs page by clicking here.
 
Homer Electric Association is seeking a Project Accountant in its Homer Office
 
This position will be responsible for a variety of financial and cost accounting tasks related to utility construction projects, capital project budgeting, grant reporting, general ledger accounting for subsidiary, cost analysis for short and long term planning, plus corporate liability insurance.
The successful candidate will have a Bachelor's degree in accounting, or a related field; or have eight years of progressively responsible accounting experience. Applicants must also possess at least five years general accounting experience with cost analysis experience. Experience managing corporate insurance coverage is highly desired as well as an understanding of RUS accounting requirements.
 
Applications may be completed on line at http://homerelectric.applicantpro.com/jobs. If you are an individual with a disability and would like to request a reasonable accommodation as part of the employment selection process, please contact Human Resources at (907) 235-3369 or hr@homerelectric.com. HEA is an Equal Opportunity Employer; Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.
 
This position will be open until filled.
 
 
The General Manager is responsible for the safe, efficient, and reliable operation of MKEC's electrical power generation and distribution systems and bulk fuel tank farms in Chuathbaluk, Crooked Creek, Red Devil, Sleetmute and Stony River. For more information, call (907) 524-3361 or email ernie@raventechservices.com.
 
 
 
Events and Meetings
 
APA & AIE meetings and events:
APA Workshop: Legal Issues for Electric Utilities May 4-5, 2017 Anchorage, APA office
APA Environmental Regs Comte.  Workshop May 8, 2017 Anchorage, APA office
APA Managers' Forum Retreat May 19, 2017 Anchorage, APA office
APA Federal Legislative Conference Jun. 6-8, 2017 Washington, D.C.
APA/AIE Annual Meeting
Sep. 12-15, 2017 Kodiak, Conv. Center
Electric Utility Accounting and Finance Workshop Oct. 12-13, 2017 Anchorage, TBD
APA Communicators' Forum Nov. 3, 2017 Anchorage, APA office
APA/AIE December Meeting Series Dec. 6-7, 2017 Anchorage, AK
APA/AIE Holiday Open House Dec. 7, 2017 Anchorage, APA office
   
Electric industry events and training opportunities:  
Guide to the Wonderful World of RUS Accounting May 1-2, 2017 Anchorage, Hilton  
Accounting and Finance Fund. For Utility Employees May 3-4, 2017 Anchorage, Hilton  
NWPPA Annual Meeting May 7-10, 2017 Sun River, OR  
24th Power Diesel Inter-Utilities Conference May 22-25, 2017 Cordova, AK  
Southeast Conference Annual Meeting Sep. 19-22, 2017 Haines, AK  
Leadership Skills #4: HR Basics Sep. 27-28, 2017 Anchorage, Hilton  
NWPPA/APA Alaska Electric Utility Conference Nov. 15-17, 2017 Anchorage, Egan Center  
Substation Series: Substation Overview & Inspect. Nov. 13, 2017 Anchorage, Egan Center  
Electric Utility System Operations Nov. 13, 2017 Anchorage, Egan Center  
Substation Series: Sub. Transformers & LTC Maint. Nov. 14, 2017 Anchorage, Egan Center  
Electric Distribution Systems Nov. 14, 2017 Anchorage, Egan Center  
 

 
To list additional events, APA members may contact Michael Rovito, APA Director of Member and Public Relations, at 907-771-5711 or mrovito@alaskapower.org.
 
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