Resolving Southcentral power puzzle
Alaska Energy Authority conference seeks options for managing the power grid, while MEA petitions for unified operation
Few of us when we switch on an electric light worry too much about where the electrons that pass through the light bulb originate. But, in Southcentral Alaska, with escalating natural gas prices, question marks over future Cook Inlet gas supplies and a growing portfolio of new electric power plants....
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