AEA In the News

For Alaska Energy Authority (AEA) press coverage scroll below to find articles and features where AEA has been mentioned. To view AEA in the News prior to 2020, view the AEA In the News Archive.

2021 AEA In the News

Date Article Source
April 8, 2021 Capital Transit unveils first all-electric, zero-emission bus City and Borough Of Juneau
March 20, 2021 Across Alaska, a plan to power up electric vehicles Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
March 3, 2021 Alaska’s remote communities are looking to wean themselves off fossil fuels Scienceline
February 27, 2021 Working toward lower energy costs for rural Alaska Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
February 25, 2021 Electric vehicle charging corridor may be on the road to reality in Alaska Railbelt Alaska Public Media
February 24, 2021 Electric vehicle charging corridor on road to reality KDLL 91.9 FM
February 5, 2021 Alaska Energy Authority is committed to our rural neighbors Anchorage Daily News
January 26, 2021 Baxter Senior Living Partners with AEA, KI Energy to Install Cutting-Edge Green Power Generation Alaska Business
January 25, 2021 Companies proposing cold storage facility at Anchorage international airport ink 55-year deal with state Anchorage Daily News
January 25, 2021 Alaska Cargo and Cold Storage Launches Major Addition to the Global Cold Chain Business Wire
January 21, 2021 Anchorage senior living community gets cutting-edge generators, registers as power plant Alaska's News Source
January 17, 2021 Battle Creek Division project wins award Petroleum News
January 6, 2021 Utilities Execs Say Alaska Energy Authority’s Power-line Purchase To Promote Hydropower KUAC 89.9 FM

 

2020 AEA In the News

Date Article Source
December 27, 2020 GVEA to benefit from Alaska Energy Authority acquisition of transmission line Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
December 18, 2020 The Alaska Energy Authority is helping prepare the Railbelt for tomorrow Anchorage Daily News
November 16, 2020 The Boon of Biomass: Alternative Energy Systems Can Cut Costs, Create Jobs, and Benefit the Environment Alaska Business
November 1, 2020 A biomass plant is coming to Nenana Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Ocotber 7, 2020 Alaska’s first electric school bus heading to Tok Alaska's News Source
September 21, 2020 Alaska’s pro-oil Republican governor is quietly pushing green energy projects too Alaska Public Media
September 19, 2020 Future airport facility will offer seafood cold storage, processing options The Cordova Times
September 18, 2020 Federal ‘BUILD’ grant is a promising signal to those involved in TSAIA cargo expansion plans Alaska's News Source
September 15, 2020 $21 million federal grant to help build cold-storage cargo facility at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport Anchorage Daily News
September 14, 2020 Alaska Delegation Welcomes $21 Million BUILD Grant for Anchorage International Airport Alaska Congressional Delegation
August 27, 2020 Hydro expansion at Bradley Lake another step in grid improvement Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
August 26, 2020 Bradley Lake Project expansions likely to benefit ratepayers along the entire Railbelt KTUU
August 26, 2020 Hydro expansion another step in grid improvement Alaska Journal of Commerce  
July 26, 2020 Restart the Susitna Dam project: Governor, Legislature must look out for Alaskans’ energy future Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
July 22, 2020 Anchorage, Alaska, awarded grant to fund first electric garbage truck Waste Today Magazine
July 21, 2020 Solid Waste Services awarded nearly $700 thousand grant to fund Anchorage’s first electric garbage truck Anchorage Press
June 29, 2020 CBJ getting electric bus this year KINY Radio
May 18, 2020 AEL&P and Juneau Hydro Power pushed to get deal done KINY Radio
May 1, 2020 Alaska Helps Remote Schools save Energy and Money with DOE Investment U.S. Department of Energy
April 4, 2020 Help Alaskans. Pay the full dividend now Must Read Alaska
March 29, 2020 SB 123 goes to Governor Petroleum News
March 27, 2020 Legislature works on a state economic relief package, but politics enters the picture Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman
March 18, 2020 GVEA executive gives status report of utility Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
March 18, 2020 Alaska Energy Authority Funds School Bus Replacement Program NASEO
March 15, 2020 New initiative for EV charging stations Petroleum News
March 2, 2020 Schools to use clean-burning buses: Eight Alaska school districts Ketchikan Daily News
February 29, 2020 8 School Districts in Alaska to Receive Clean-Burning Buses U.S. News & World Report
February 28, 2020 Federal settlement nets schools a new bus Juneau Empire
February 25, 2020 Alaska school districts to get new buses from $4M settlement with Volkswagen KTVA 11 News
February 20, 2020 Alaska lawmakers take another look at the Susitna-Watana hydro project Anchorage Daily News
February 19, 2020 State dusts off look at Susitna-Watana hydro project Alaska Journal of Commerce
February 17, 2020 Governor keen on expanding renewable energy; resuming work on Susitna hydro seen as way to do it Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman
February 16, 2020 More support for electric system bills Petroleum News
February 10, 2020 Skagway close to plugging in first public electric vehicle charging station The Skagway News
February 5, 2020 HEA’s Shelley: Electric vehicles are no laughing matter Peninsula Clarion
January 30, 2020 Alaska Legislature moves forward on bills aiming to regulate ‘railbelt’ electric providers’ organization KTVF Fairbanks