February 21, 2024
As a postdoc at ACEP, Yu Cao works on creating an environmental justice framework for future nuclear energy development in Arctic communities and building energy profiles of remote communities in Alaska.
February 16, 2024
The Alaska Fellows Program is accepting applications for the 2024/2025 program year. ACEP will host two fellows, an energy innovation learning designer and a rural energy microgrid infrastructure fellow. Apply by March 11.
February 09, 2024
ACEP wants data from you! ACEP is leading research in the potential for electric vehicles in Alaska as part of its Electric Vehicles in the Arctic project.
February 09, 2024
Every spring, AISES college chapters across North America hold seven reginal conferences where participants learn from and advocate each other in STEM studies and careers. This year, the AISES Region 1 Conference will be held at UAF.
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.
March 05, 2024
Join us for a series of three FREE virtual monthly workshops hosted by ACEP, leading up to the 2024 Alaska Sustainable Energy Conference.
February 06, 2024
The next Alaska Hydrogen Working Group meeting will feature a discussion around "Operational and permitting challenges: A discussion of what it will take to get hydrogen systems working on the ground in Alaska."
January 18, 2024
Join a presentation to learn about the results of Phase 1 of ACEP's Railbelt Decarbonization study.
Dispatches from Alaska’s Energy Sector
February 08, 2024
The role of data centers continues to increase in the lives of ordinary citizens, large corporations and other electricity consumers across the globe. From the surge in interest and application of artificial intelligence and machine learning to the more localized needs of remote communities in Alaska, access to the Internet and cloud computing are transforming the economy and the electricity infrastructure that underpins it. Could a large data center like those seen in Iceland make sense in Alaska?
January 19, 2024
As glaciers melt and permafrost thaws, treasured species of fish such as salmon and crab decline, oil reserves wane and consumer energy bills continue to rise, Alaska is re-evaluating its energy future. The good news is that many rural Alaska communities are already leading the way towards a new energy future for the state.
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.