1. Alaska Energy Authority and Kodiak Electric Association Developing a 99 Percent Renewable Community

    Alaska Energy Authority and Kodiak Electric Association Developing a 99 Percent Renewable Community

    With support from the Alaska Renewable Energy Fund, strong local leadership, and sustained effort, the Kodiak Electric Association (KEA), a cooperative electric utility, has achieved over 99 percent renewable energy electric generation in the town of Kodiak, Alaska. KEA has developed a renewable energy grid that includes hydro power, wind, and battery storage technologies. The success of the Kodiak project demonstrates both the effectiveness of utility’s vision and management, and the importance of the assistance provided by the Alaska Renewable Development Fund.

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