Climate activists hold a rally outside the Alaska State Capitol Friday afternoon in advocacy for legislative action to improve Alaska’s renewable energy development and future sustainability.
The REF has proven to be an effective and important tool to get funding out across Alaska toward renewable energy projects.
We need our leaders to make policy decisions to ensure community solar is possible. It’s time to plant those seeds for community solar this legislative session.
Devoting time, energy, & resources to this will be a delicate dance; we have yet to see this Gov hit the ballroom floor. Is he a secret Fred Astaire?
We hope this is the year everyone decides to work together and with the tools at hand. It is not asking for a lot. Let’s think practical and hope big.
The draft update, now the fifth, is considered the preeminent source of climate information for the US, used by people around the world.
2023 can be the year for clean energy progress in our state if we keep pushing our leadership to enact policy that works with and for all Alaskans.
Two Alaska electric utilities are taking steps that could lead to the construction of the state’s first community solar farms, while a consumer interest group is drafting legislation that could support the efforts.
Community solar is a step forward for our state that can be unlocked with policy change. It democratizes the energy transition and allows more Alaskans access.
Native American Heritage Month is a time to reflect on a 10,000 year legacy of stewardship, and to look forward.