Looking to plug energy information gaps
When it comes to determining how much fuel oil rural communities use in Alaska, information can be easy to find but hard to get
On the path to lowering energy costs, the state is falling into a familiar information gap.
Between the proprietary databases of fuel distributors and the lack of detail on reporting forms for state fuel taxes, it can be difficult to accurately gauge how much fuel a given community uses for heating....
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