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.
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.
The Alaska Energy Authority is proceeding with a nearly $200 million upgrade of Railbelt power transmission, including new battery storage.
Chugach Electric expects a proposed 4.1% rate increase would be a wash for customers, with a net decrease in reducing utility bills thanks to lower costs for natural gas.
Chugach Electric Association is partnering with JK Executive Strategies to find a replacement for CEO Lee Thibert, who is retiring at the end of April 2022.
SB123 is the culmination of decades of work by advocates for an improved Alaska energy system and mandates several important changes to the Railbelt electric grid.
Collectively, the programs will help Chugach learn more about the trend toward transportation electrification and its impacts on the power grid.
Chugach has filed an Asset Purchase and Sale Agreement with the Regulatory Commission of Alaska for its review and approval of the acquisition of Municipal Light & Power.
Mayor Ethan Berkowitz announced the appointment of Anna Henderson to the position of General Manager for Municipal Light and Power.
Mayor Ethan Berkowitz announced the appointment of Mark Corsentino as the new General Manager (GM) of the Anchorage Water and Wastewater Utility (AWWU). Mark will replace Brett Jokela, who is retiring after serving as AWWU’s GM for six years.