December 02, 2023
Two remote communities on the Yukon River near the west coast of Alaska received a new grid bridging system that will help them use more wind power, reduce their fuel consumption and save money.
November 30, 2023
As a power engineer, Alexis Francisco primarily works on power system modeling on the Railbelt Decarbonization project, constructing power system models and performing steady state and dynamic stability analysis.
November 29, 2023
The Sept. 26 project update session covered ACEP's Railbelt Decarbonization Study, its scenarios for electrification and the potential of electric vehicles, heat pumps and rooftop solar in an electrified future.
November 28, 2023
Participating T3 students gained a toolkit full of skills and weatherization gear that will not only keep a house warm and actualize cost savings for homeowners but also make a dynamic DIY impact within their communities.
Solving Alaska’s Energy Challenges
ACEP works with Alaskan communities and industries as leaders establishing the energy systems of the future. Alaska’s remote off-grid systems present unique problems to generation, distribution, and resource integration that have spurred microgrid innovations for decades.
January 18, 2024
Join a presentation to learn about the result of Phase 1 of ACEP's Railbelt Decarbonization study.
December 12, 2023
Learn about the benefits of becoming a Fulbright Scholar and how to apply.
November 07, 2023
Mariya 'Masha' Koleva, Erin Whitney, Jeff Raun and Levi Kilcher will lead a second review and discussion on the draft report "Alaska's Hydrogen Opportunities: Charting Possibilities for Alaska's Energy Future."
Dispatches from Alaska’s Energy Sector
November 10, 2023
Sometimes to get a job done in rural Alaska, you have to learn how to do it yourself. Equipped with thermometers, hair dryers, and infrared cameras, Alaska Teaching Through Technology students learned how to assess a home's energy efficiency, make recommendations and weatherize buildings with accessible materials.
September 15, 2023
Public opinion about nuclear energy is often shaped by big events and popular culture, with many people not feeling they fully understand the topic
Kotzebue Home Heating Field Study
Researchers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks are recruiting participants for a 24-month field study in Kotzebue. The study aims to reduce fuel oil use and home heating costs.