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Tidal gains ground: HEA partners with ocean power outfit

Homer Electric Association has taken a step toward using the power of Cook Inlet tides to supply the area's electricity needs. The Association announced last week that it will partner with Ocean Renewable Power Company, the entity that recently...

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Aleutian village feeds power dreams

...about $130,000, Wright said. When the wind blows at 30 mph or above in Nikolski, it exceeds the community's electricity needs, Wright said, so the excess power is used to heat water that in turn heats the local school and clinic.Other...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2011-07-28/aleutian-village-feeds-power-dreams
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Committee talks local energy

...Griffin, from the Alaska Railbelt Cooperative Transmission and Electric Company, gave the legislators an overview of electricity needs in Southcentral and projects working to power the area. The cooperative has been working on upgrading interties...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2011-10-22/committee-talks-local-energy
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Lawmakers considering dam

...reservoir about 39 miles long and two miles in width at its widest point. It would produce about half of the existing electricity needs of the Railbelt regions, covering the Interior, Southcentral and Kenai Peninsula connected by the Alaska Railroad...

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