Energy & Mining


State fund for renewable power falls prey to budget woes

By | Alaska's Energy Desk, Economy, Energy & Mining, Featured News | No Comments
Since 2008, the state has set aside a pot of money for renewable energy projects like small dams and wind turbines. Called the Renewable Energy Fund, the projects it's backed have replaced tens of millions of gallons of expensive diesel in communities from Skagway to Nome. But with the current budget crisis, that money has disappeared.
Read More

Playing Now: