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Geothermal
Alaska Energy Authority
Geothermal Energy

AEA's Geothermal Energy Program is involved in the location, investigation, and development of geothermal resources across the state of Alaska. Due to Alaska's geologic and tectonic history, geothermal resources have been identified in four general regions:

  1. The "Ring of Fire" region including the Alaska Peninsula and the Aleutian Islands.
  2. The Wrangell Mountain region located in eastern Alaska next to the Copper River Basin.
  3. The Interior region ranging from the Seward Peninsula to Western Canada.
  4. The Southeast region ranging from Baranof Island to Ketchikan.

    Akutan Geothermal

    Geothermal Exploration on the Island of Akutan

Chena Hot Springs was the first geothermal project to be completed in Alaska with a 400kw geothermal plant installed in 2006 that displaces approximately 160,700 gallons of diesel fuel each year. Other projects include a ground source heat pump at the Dimond Aquatic Center in Juneau as well as investigations at Pilgrim Hot Springs (near Nome), and in Hot Springs Bay Valley on the island of Akutan.

Geothermal Introduction

Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS)

 

Program Information

Academic Institutions, Associations, Conferences, State and Federal Programs

Resource Publications

Heat Pumps

Geothermal Projects

Geothermal Bibliography

AEA Contact

Alan Baldivieso
Geothermal Program Manager

Tel. (907) 771-3027
Fax (907) 771-3044
E-mail: abaldivieso@aidea.org


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