$21 billion Alaska energy plan proposed
Bill, still in draft form, includes coal; alternative energy typically wind, solar, geothermal, hydroelectric, tidal, biomass
Anchorage Daily News
State lawmakers in Juneau for a special session on the natural gas pipeline are quietly considering another blockbuster energy idea — plowing nearly $21 billion into “renewable” and “alternative” energy projects.
But some legislators say a dirty word, coal, appears all through the proposed legislati....
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Coal — plus and minus
Still in draft
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