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2009 Press Clips
My Turn: Defining Alaska as a clean energy state
Kate Troll, Executive Director of ACV, was featured in the Juneau Empire
Bill details tax credits for renewable energy
ACV's Sue Ely is quoted in a story about SB31, a bill promoting an alternative energy tax credit
In-river generator may give Bush power alternative
Anchorage Daily News article on small in-river hydroelectric projects in rural Alaska.
Search for low-impact hydro power runs into opposition
Alaska can lead in clean energy
Read the Letter to the Editor of the Anchorage Daily News by Kate Troll highlighting how Alaska can lead the nation in the production of clean and renewable energy.
Conservation Groups Walking the Talk on Energy
Alaska's largest conservation coalition is now on record supporting a hydro project and a gasline routing option through Denali National Park.
Energy advocates question Palin’s rejection of federal funds
Renewable energy advocates are baffled by the governor's decision not to accept about $55 million in federal stimulus funds for energy.
My Turn: Alaskans Stand to Benefit from Stimulus Funds
Kate Troll's My Turn in the Juneau Empire drives home the point that there are no burdensome requirements in the Federal Stimulus Bill that would preclude acceptance of these much needed energy funds.
Emerging Energy Technology Fund pilot program brings new energy tech to the Alaska SeaLife Center
Among the dozens of energy issues being debated in the Alaska State, the creation of an Emerging Energy Technology Fund stands out in its potential to promote innovation and diversification of Alaska’s resource development portfolio. As an early supporter of an EETF in Alaska, the Denali Commission carried out a pilot program in 2009, selecting the SeaLife Center as one of their nine grant recipients and bringing a new, cost-effective heat source into Alaska’s energy catalogue.
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