Four executives in Matanuska Electric Association’s leadership team have new roles as the co-op confronts changes in gas supply, growing opportunities in clean energy, the need to build resilience, and evolving member needs.
Looking to stabilize and balance their electrical grids, Alaska’s Railbelt utilities are turning to gigantic storage batteries.
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.
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.
The five Railbelt utilities have engaged former Chugach executive Brian Hickey as Executive Director of Regional Railbelt Coordination.
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.
Students in Southeast Alaska dominated the 4th annual Clean Energy Olympics engineering challenge by designing and building wind turbines.
A consortium of electricity stakeholders, the Railbelt Reliability Council, filed an application seeking formal recognition allowing them to coordinate together.