Regional authority for Railbelt grid?
Preliminary results of AEA study point to cost savings, other benefits from central coordination of power generation, transmission
By Alan Bailey
A study commissioned by the Alaska Energy Authority into the future operation of the Alaska Railbelt electricity grid is recommending the formation of a regional power authority.
“We’re proposing … a regional entity that would coordinate operation of the grid, economic dispatch, regional resource....
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