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One of the highest costs for any business in Alaska is energy. People have found many methods to reduce energy costs including solar arrays, geothermal, wind farms, and other sources of renewable energy. In addition to these sustainable energy options Alaska Business also covers traditional fuel topics such as diesel power and energy efficiency.

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AEA, FreeWire Technologies Unveil Alaska’s First Ultrafast Electric Vehicle Charging Station

AEA, FreeWire Technologies Unveil Alaska’s First Ultrafast Electric Vehicle Charging Station

The Alaska Energy Authority (AEA) and FreeWire Technologies hosted a special ribbon-cutting ceremony in Homer to commemorate the commissioning of the first of nine EV fast-charging stations to be installed on a statewide network and the very first ultrafast EV charger in Alaska. AEA’s goal is to implement a fully operational fast-charging corridor by Summer 2022.

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Princess Cruises Celebrates 20th Anniversary of Shore Power in Juneau

Princess Cruises Celebrates 20th Anniversary of Shore Power in Juneau

Now, twenty years later when Princess Cruises vessels arrive at the Franklin Dock, ships continue to “plug in” to local surplus hydroelectric power and turn off the diesel engines, reducing the impact of visible air emissions and the cruise line’s carbon footprint in an effort applauded by local government officials and the residents of the capital city.

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Avis Alaska
Altman, Rogers & Co.
Lynden Inc.
American Marketing Association Alaska Chapter
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National Cooperative Bank
Doyon, Limited
TorcSill Foundations

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October 2021

Recall Rubin’s vase, an exercise in optical illusion: when presented with a specific image, some see a vase while others see two faces. Something viewed from one perspective can look radically different from another. And when a shift in perspective leads to a shift in perception, it often yields surprising results.After all, a grizzly and a sockeye may share the same stream—but hardly the same view.