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.
Justin Freeman rejoins Coffman to lead a companywide initiative spearheading the CCUS and hydrogen market strategy, the development of internal capabilities, and managing CCUS and hydrogen projects across the country.
Alaskan Brewing Company’s waste-to-energy process unlocks solutions to decontaminate chemical pollution and possibly solve Juneau’s expensive sewage problem.
Governor Mike Dunleavy asked if, in the next decade, he’ll be leading his grandchildren through a “Museum of What Was,” reminiscing about farms and gasoline-powered cars.
Speakers at the Alaska Sustainable Energy Conference envision great potential for renewable sources—but not for the next couple of decades.
The largest hydroelectric project in Alaska for thirty years is moving ahead. The Alaska Energy Authority made the initial regulatory filing for the Dixon Diversion near Homer.
One Anchorage company is among four added to Launch Alaska’s portfolio of clean energy startups.
The Matanuska-Susitna Borough looks to hydrokinetic energy to supply electricity for its cargo dock at Port MacKenzie.