Newsminer: Alternative energy on the horizon for GVEA

From the Fairbanks Daily Newsminer June 27, 08

With a little help from the state, Golden Valley Electric Association is looking to cut back on fossil fuels and start making hot water and power from the sun, the wind and the Nenana River current.

The Alaska Energy Authority, a public corporation of the state, this week gave the utility $212,000 to study four alternative energy projects across Golden Valley’s coverage area.

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