Project selection for the EETF program uses a two-stage application process and a volunteer advisory committee appointed by the governor. In the first stage, brief project abstracts submitted in response to a funding solicitation are reviewed by the advisory committee and the Alaska Energy Authority. Select applicants are then invited to submit full applications and give in-person presentations to the committee. Full applications are then evaluated and ranked for award.
Data collection is a central component of EETF awards. Under an agreement with the University of Alaska, performance data generated by projects are independently verified and analyzed by the Alaska Center for Energy and Power.
The following is a list of funded EETF projects by round as well as their project abstract, application, project description (as available), and performance data summary (also as available).
A comprehensive list of EETF applications from Rounds 1 and 2 is available here.
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