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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Ounalashka Corporation and Chena Power are contracting with Ormat Technologies on the $235 million project.
UAF has $1.3 million to grow vegetables, peonies, forage, and berries among the panels being installed at Alaska’s largest solar farm in Houston.
A $4.9 million loan helps Energy 49 build an 8.5 MW solar array, which would be the largest utility-scale solar farm in Alaska.
Organizations around the world are focused on addressing climate change. The Paris Climate Accord focused the efforts of participating governments to achieve Net Zero by 2050—that’s less than thirty years away. Where is all the metal going to come from that will allow this galactic shift to occur?
The Alaska Energy Authority is proceeding with a nearly $200 million upgrade of Railbelt power transmission, including new battery storage.
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