MEA moves forward on Eklutna power plant
Southcentral Alaska utility wants its own generation capacity that can adapt to an uncertain outlook for fuel supplies in the region
Having issued a limited notice to proceed on March 15, the Matanuska Electric Association is moving forward with plans to build a new power plant at Eklutna, next to the Glenn Highway, north of Anchorage, MEA General Manager Joe Griffith told the Regulatory Commission of Alaska during a public meeti....
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