Golden Valley starts green power program
GVEA would like to accept power from member-owned renewable sources; utility also developing wind power on its own
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Golden Valley Electric Association is clearing the way for independent power producers in an effort to boost its share of energy coming from renewable sources and study how renewable energy projects will affect its electric grid.
The Fairbanks utility is seeking permission from the Regulatory Commis....
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GVEA also pursuing wind
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