Fish Oil and Biodiesel in the Park (A brochure prepared by AEA in cooperation with National Park Service, University of Alaska Fairbanks, and Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation that updates recent government-supported work on biodiesel development in Alaska. 428kb)
Burning Garbage and Land Disposal in Rural Alaska (A joint AEA and DEC publication on burning waste and heat recovery. 2617kb)
Demonstrating the Use of Fish Oil in a Large Stationary Diesel Engine by J.A. Steigers, Steigers Corporation. Report (150kb)
Organic Waste Characterization Project, Unalaska/Dutch Harbor. Prepared by Steigers Corporation, September 2000. Report (13.2mb)
Alaska Sawmill and Pulp Mill Residue Assessment. Prepared by Rick Rogers, Alaska Energy Authority, Department of Commerce and Economic Development, Anchorage, Alaska, 1991.
Alaska Gateway School District Wood-Fired Boiler Analysis. Assesses wood-fired boiler installation in Tok. Prepared by Rick Rogers, Alaska Energy Authority, Anchorage, Alaska, 1992.
Analysis of Wood Fiber Feedstock Availability for a Proposed Ethanol Plant in Southeast Alaska. Delivered cost and quantity of logging and mill waste in Southeast. Prepared by Charles Nash for Division of Energy and National Renewable Energy Laboratory, 1998.
Dot Lake Wood-Fired Boiler Final Design. Drawings and analysis of small wood boiler retrofit in Dot Lake. Prepared by Alaska Energy Engineering, Anchorage, Alaska, 1997.
Feasibility Study for Building and Operating a Power Generating Plant for the City of Thorne Bay, Alaska. Assessment of wood residue-fired power plant. Prepared by Carroll, Hatch & Associates, Inc. and Paul E. Oliver, P.E. Portland, Oregon, 1995
Juneau Heat Recovery and Distribution Prefeasibility Assessment. Assesses heat recovery from Juneau incinerator for local space heating. Prepared by Peter Crimp, Alaska Energy Authority, Anchorage, Alaska, 1993.
Logistics of Wood Fiber Collection and Processing for the Production of Ethanol in Southeast Alaska. Options for processing, handling, and transporting wood residue in Southeast. Prepared by Charles Nash for Division of Energy and National Renewable Energy Laboratory, 1998.
McGrath Biomass Heating Project, 35% Design. Analysis and design of a hybrid biomass / diesel waste heat system. Prepared by J.S. Strandberg Engineers, revised by MBA Engineering, Anchorage, Alaska, 1998-9.
Municipal Solid Waste: A Resource Assessment for Energy Recovery in Alaska. Potential for waste-to-energy in Alaska. Prepared by Rick Rogers, Alaska Energy Authority, Anchorage, Alaska, 1991.
Rural Alaska Heat Conservation and Fuel Substitution Assessment. Analyzes thermal conservation and biomass alternatives for rural facilities. Prepared by USKH Inc., Anchorage, Alaska, 1996.
Seward Wood Waste to Energy Prefeasibility Assessment. Assesses use of mill waste as fuel for heating of an industrial area. Prepared by Peter Crimp, Division of Energy, Department of Community and Regional Affairs, Anchorage, Alaska, 1994.
South Tongass Wood Waste Resource Assessment. Cost and availability of wood residue in Southeast prior to pulp mill closures. Prepared by America North/EMCON Inc., Anchorage, Alaska, 1994.
Toxic and Hazardous Emissions Associated with Co-Firing Mixed Fuels in Direct Combustion Systems. Air emissions from co-firing biomass and fossil fuels. Prepared by David C. Junge, Ph.D., School of Engineering, University of Alaska, Anchorage, 1990.
Use of Mixed Fuels in Direct Combustion Systems. Operational, environmental, and economic considerations for co-firing fossil fuels, wood, and municipal solid waste. Prepared by David C. Junge, Ph.D., School of Engineering, University of Alaska, Anchorage, 1989.
Waste-to-Energy Feasibility Study for Channel Landfill Inc. Assesses feasibility of heat and power recovery from Juneau incinerators. Prepared by Harris Group Inc., Seattle, WA, 1997.
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Domestic Coal Handling Study. Evaluates the delivered cost of coal from five sources to seven rural communities in Alaska. Prepared by Northern Economics and Ogden Beeman and Associates, Anchorage, for Arctic Slope Consulting Group, 1997.
Financial Feasibility Screening Model for Small Coal-Fired Thermal Power Stations. Report and computer model for reconnaissance level analysis of solid fuel-fired stations. Prepared by J.S. Strandberg Engineers, Anchorage, and Energy and Environmental Research Center University of North Dakota, 1998.
Feasibility Analysis of a Proposed Coal-Fired Thermal Power Station at McGrath, Alaska. Concept design and feasibility analysis of combined heat power plant. Prepared by J.S. Strandberg Engineers, Anchorage, 1997.
Rural Natural Gas Study. Economics of developing local natural gas resources for energy production in rural Alaska. Prepared for Division of Energy by MAFA, Anchorage, 1997.
Table of Contents
Overview of Natural Gas Development
Resource Ownership Issues
Natural Gas Development Risks
Permitting & Licensing Requirements
Synopsis and Executive Summaries for Western Arctic and Northwestern Alaska Coal Projects. Two documents summarizing coal development activities 1980 to 1993. Prepared by Arctic Slope Consulting Group, 1993.
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