"Our goal is simple: We must reduce the cost of energy in Alaska by using locally available energy resources," said AEA Executive Director and Energy Coordinator Steve Haagenson. "To reach that goal we are engaging Alaskans in the process of creating and deploying solutions."
"We are holding these Town Hall meetings to gain answers for two fundamental questions," Haagenson said. "First, we want to ask Alaskans what they know about local energy resources and which resources they think could possibly be developed to help lower costs. Second, we want to ask residents which resources they prefer not to develop, and why."
Alaskans are invited and encouraged to participate in this process by attending a Town Hall meeting or by e-mailing comments to email@example.com. Comments may also be sent to Alaska Energy Authority, Attn: Steven Haagenson, 813 West Northern Lights Blvd., Anchorage, Alaska 99503.
Energy Plan Town Hall meeting in Southeast will be held in:
Ketchikan: May 28 (time and location to be announced)
Wrangell: May 28, 4-8 PM, City Hall, Council Chambers
Craig: May 29 (time and location to be announced)
Kake: May 29, 4-8 PM, Community Hall Gym
Resources to Remember
"Brain Power" is a new weekly segment focussed on energy conservation and assisting Juneau residents in re-taking control during the energy crisis. Submit your conservation tips and ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org.
After hours: (907) 586-9765
5601 Tonsgard Ct., Juneau, AK 99801
Alaska Energy Authority
Fax: (907) 771-3044
Toll Free: (888) 300-8534
AK Dept. of Natural Resources
Residential: United Way of Southeast Alaska
Fax: (907) 463-4649
Residential: Catholic Community Services
Comm: Juneau Economic Development Council
Fax: (907) 463-3929
--Eligibility for financial assistance varies and is determined by the above mentioned organizations
--If your electronics measure power in amps multiply the amps by 120 (volts) to get the watts. 1000 watts equals 1 kilowatt.A
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