Installation is complete at a new solar power facility in Houston, the largest yet built in Alaska. The array will supply an estimated 8.5 MW to Matanuska Electric Association.
TOTE is the first maritime company to convert its entire fleet to liquified natural gas, using the fuel on both vessels that sail between Anchorage and Tacoma, Washington.
As a former teacher, Governor Mike Dunleavy says the goal of his second Alaska Sustainable Energy Conference is for attendees to leave with ideas they didn’t know before.
The 2nd annual Alaska Sustainable Energy Conference discussed ways to decarbonize the air travel that brought guest speakers and exhibitors to Anchorage.
David Newman, a physicist at the UAF Geophysical Institute, studies plasma, which has implications for advances in nuclear fusion energy.
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.
Construction begins this month on a new solar power facility in Houston, the largest yet built in Alaska. The array will supply an estimated 8.5 MW to Matanuska Electric Association.
State authorities are giving the green light to a research effort by the governments of the US and Japan to extract frozen natural gas from Alaska.
Igiugig, McGrath, Nikolski, and St. George are among a dozen US communities chosen for the next round of a federal resilience project.