Marketing campaigns and transferable skills are some of the tools available to deepen Alaska’s labor pool for impending infrastructure projects.
Streamlined regulations are now in place for the next generation of nuclear reactors, which could power Alaska communities or industrial sites as early as 2027.
The 2nd annual Alaska Sustainable Energy Conference included a greater emphasis on the food system as an aspect of sustainability, compared to the inaugural year.
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.
Replacements for four more bridges on the Alaska, Richardson, and Steese Highways would be built with funds proposed in Governor Mike Dunleavy’s amended capital budget for Fiscal Year 2024.
Non-traditional work experience and practical skills count in lieu of college for State of Alaska and Municipality of Anchorage jobs.
Heading into his second term, Governor Mike Dunleavy appointed new cabinet heads for the Alaska Departments of Natural Resources and Health.
The Alaska Small Business Development Center will direct a pool of federal cash toward private sector lenders to support entrepreneurs.
New research by the Petroleum Development Lab at the UAF Institute for Northern Engineering demonstrates the potential for commercial production of heavy crude at existing North Slope oil fields.