Navigating the clean energy world can feel like staring at a bowl of alphabet soup. “Did you hear GVEA & CEA voted for an RPS that would fall under RCA and RRC jurisdiction?” For those of us who didn’t totally follow that, we’ll break down what happened during the first few weeks of the legislative session, and what that means …
Have you ever attended a public comment meeting that didn’t want the public to comment? I have. Six, actually. All in one week! The owners of the Eklutna Hydroelectric Project held information–erm, “public comment”–meetings last week in Palmer, Anchorage, and Eagle River. They were certainly “informational,” to say the least. Charts, numbers, and graphics, oh my. Cherry-picked information to intentionally …
Discover the 2024 Alaska Legislative Session: Key insights into energy policies, democratic reforms, and their impact on Alaska’s future.
Can you feel the energy? It’s time for a significant change – a shift in power!Support Our Work – Donate!The concept of shifting power, whether in societal dynamics or energy generation, symbolizes a transformative journey with far-reaching effects. Socially, it means championing inclusivity, equitable decision-making, and elevating diverse voices for a fairer and more balanced society. In terms of electricity, …
The Regulatory Commission of Alaska exists to regulate public utilities in Alaska. What’s with the rate increases?- Hot Takes in a Cold Place
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.”
We are pleased to announce the introduction of our top legislative priority – Community Solar garden legislation – SB 152!
The next twelve days could determine whether we are eligible & prepared for a massive investment in clean energy & transportation projects that will save Alaskans billions of dollars.
The Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) policy has been revived, and it’s time we move in an orderly fashion into the future that is renewable energy guided by a clear RPS policy.
Greetings from Juneau – We are here mainly to talk about our democracy platform and circle back on our previous visit regarding our clean energy priorities.