Alaska Solar Resources

General resources regarding state solar policies, solar incentives, and utilities.

  • Renewable Energy Alaska Project (REAP): The Renewable Energy Alaska Project (REAP) is a non-profit organization empowering Alaskans to make smart energy choices, powering local clean energy growth, and positioning our state as a global energy powerhouse. We are Alaska’s clean energy experts, educators, thought leaders, and collaborative advocates. READ MORE →
  • Power Project Loan: Created by the Alaska State Legislature and administered by the Alaska Energy Authority, this fund provides loans to electric utilities, regional electric utilities, municipalities, and independent power producers. It is designed for the development or upgrade of small-scale power production facilities. This includes energy production, transmission and distribution, and waste energy conservation facilities that depend on fossil fuel, wind power, tidal, geothermal, biomass, hydroelectric, solar, or other energy sources. READ MORE →
  • Fact Sheet: SEIA outlines key solar facts and figures, as well as providing a list of key installers and summarizing the status of solar in Alaska through 2019. READ MORE →
  • Alaska Solar Guide: Solar Power Rocks provides information on solar policy, incentives, and rebates in the state. READ MORE →

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