The Alaska Energy End-Use Study provides baseline data on energy use in residential and nonresidential buildings. Information is presented by “end-use” (e.g., heating, cooling, lighting, etc.), stratified by building type, location and other parameters. AEA funding for this project was supplemented with a grant from the US Department of Energy, as well as contributions from Chugach Electric Association and Alaska Housing Finance Corporation.
We hope this information is of use to utilities, energy planners, efficiency implementers, policy makers, and to other users of this information. The appendices include a mountain of both raw and processed data for use by energy planners and others. Your feedback on the report is most welcome.