The Regulatory Commission of Alaska exists to regulate public utilities in Alaska. What’s with the rate increases?- Hot Takes in a Cold Place
But moderation isn’t everyone’s net, and many out-of-state trawling companies are reaping it all and sowing bubkis for us. Take action today.
June marks 2 monumental movements of liberation – LGBTQ Pride Month, and Juneteenth. Without Queer, and Black voices in the fight for equity and justice, there can and will not be justice.
Community members showed up in force at Thursday night’s Fairbanks North Star Borough Assembly to speak on the Climate Action and Adaptation Plan, a roadmap of recommended goals and actions to address climate change challenges in the borough.
The Fairbanks Climate Action Coalition and Alaska Center plan to hold a rally to raise awareness Thursday night before the meeting about the “gutted plan” and urge the Assembly to either amend or restore the draft full plan.
Tying off the winter session of the 33rd Alaska State Legislature as well as his time with The Alaska Center, Louie says “Be excellent to each other.”
Statement: May 25, 2023 Utility Board Election Turnout Reflects Community Commitment to Clean Energy This year, Chugach Utility member-owners voted in record-breaking numbers, largely in support of candidates who ran on a campaign of renewable energy solutions to the gas crisis and increased transparency in board decision-making. 15.7% of eligible voters turned out – a 30% increase from last year. …
We are pleased to announce the introduction of our top legislative priority – Community Solar garden legislation – SB 152!
SB 152 opens the door to long-term energy savings, good-paying jobs, and a real pathway towards much-needed energy and economic diversity for all Alaskans.
The time the legislature has left is precious; how they use it has consequences for all of us. An energy-sapping policy like HB4 impedes and tarnishes the work of the whole.