Energy Sources

Hydropower is currently Alaska’s largest renewable energy resource, and has been a powerhouse of energy production in our state. Providing 24% of energy production in Alaska,

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Hydrokinetics, or the development of energy from the natural flow and power produced in waves, tides, and water flows, offers a revolutionary way to harness the raw power of the earth for America.

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According to the Geothermal Energy Association, “geothermal power can be produced as a base load renewable energy resource, meaning it operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

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The U.S. Department of Energy recognizes Alaska’s outstanding wind power potential. Noting that many areas in Alaska can produce “community scale wind development”, the Department

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Biomass energy in Alaska takes place, in large part, through the use of other effort’s waste. byproducts from our fishing industry and wood waste create the foundation for our

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