Wind power takes off; GVEA gets on board
Golden Valley Electric Association revisits large-scale project near Healy, prompted by federal incentive to reduce financing costs
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Thanks to a strong wind resource, favorable economics, and government support, wind power has become a growth industry in Alaska. “More and more communities spread across the state are starting to install wind into their communities,” Alaska Center for Energy and Power wind-diesel coordinator Kather....
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ISER: Most installations meet expectations
GVEA eyes 24-megawatt farm
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