Feds could help build Healy wind farm
Interior Alaskaís GVEA has shovel-ready wind project; Mike Craft looking to supply 100 percent of Fort Greelyís power
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Electric utility managers in Fairbanks say itís a federal clean energy program that has them poised to build a big wind farm near Healy, Alaska.
The program would repay more than two-thirds of construction costs for a $93 million Eva Creek farm, Golden Valley Electric Association president Brian Ne....
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Feds would reimburse GVEA 70%
Craft looks to sell power to Fort Greely
No government grants
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