Renewable energy investments recommended
Draft report from Senate Resources, Energy committees also recommended ‘staying the course’ on AGIA state-supported gas project
The draft of a report on the state’s energy situation, released Oct. 19 by members of the Alaska Senate energy policy group, provides a wide-ranging look at proposals from energy-efficient buildings to incentives for more oil and gas exploration. (See part 1 of this story in the Nov. 1 issue of Petr....
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Developing Alaska’s energy
Cook Inlet incentives
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