Powering Rural Alaska is nothing if not complicated. You might think that wind energy would lower bills to residents who live in villages with turbines. But that’s not entirely the case. The alternative energy that many communities are pursuing is more about stabilizing costs for the long term future.
Three years after an avalanche severed Juneau from its main source of low-cost power, the capital city remains the international example of conservation. How residents conserved is the subject of an article in the latest edition of the journal, Energy Policy.
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