These sites, located less than 100 miles apart along the state’s backbone highway system, will help develop Alaska’s EV charging infrastructure critical to encouraging further EV adoption.
A few projects across the state are gaining momentum—including one only 80 miles from Anchorage—that could redefine geothermal energy’s role in Alaska.
The C-PACE program helps owners of commercial and industrial properties obtain low-cost, long-term financing for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.
The five communities will work with REAP and the University of Alaska to find technical solutions to entrenched, community-specific problems.
The WARM Home program consists of three categories that emphasize health, safety, and indoor air quality: weatherization, mobile home repair, and accessibility upgrades.
The purchase provides value to the companies and to consumers who rely on delivery of high-quality fuels, lubricants, equipment, and services.