From The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, Tuesday, February 16, 2010:
Public administrators and senators Monday steered what could be the start of much scrutiny of a major energy bill.
The bill, the proposed Alaska Sustainable Energy Act, addresses a broad slate of demand- and supply-side energy production and efficiency issues. It would, among other things, update outlines for a two-year-old public Renewable Energy Fund, force energy-efficiency improvements at state buildings and require an emphasis on energy efficiency when state government buys equipment and vehicles.
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