Utilities have fuel, facilities issues
Southcentral electrics tell chamber natural gas needed, but also major plant, transmission upgrades, total of $13.5 billion by 2025
If you thought declining reserves of natural gas in Cook Inlet were the only issue for Southcentral Alaska energy users, you needed to hear the area’s major electric utilities talk about the monies that will be needed for replacing aging plant and transmission systems at the Anchorage Chamber of Com....
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Electricity goes first
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