Solarize the Kenai estimates that the average homeowner could cover half of their home’s energy needs with 12 panels and save over $10,000 in the next 15 years.
The state plans to install level-three chargers, which can charge some cars in under an hour.
No one was hurt, but the fire completely razed the space. Investigators are still working out what caused it.
Dena’ina is a highly endangered language. For years, linguists and local Alaska Native people have been working on language and culture revitalization projects at Kenai Peninsula College and through the Kenaitze Tribe.
Researchers have found a way to determine the ages of living Cook Inlet belugas using skin samples.
The federal government has hit pause on preparations for an oil lease sale in Cook Inlet after President Joe Biden signed an executive order indefinitely halting new leases.
Hilcorp has requested approval from the Alaska Department of Natural Resources to build an oil-gas combination well and gas-only well in Whiskey Gulch near Anchor Point.
Alaskans already love their mittens. Are they having their moment everywhere else, too?
Marathon Petroleum is one step closer to reopening the Nikiski plant as an import facility.
Last year’s sockeye run was the lowest since 1971, at 4.36 million fish. Commercial fishermen saw a harvest of 700,000 salmon in 2020, over 1 million short of the preseason projections.