Renewables supply 99.7% of island’s annual power

photo source: Islanded Grid Resource Center
photo source: Islanded Grid Resource Center

For an island of only about 14,000 people Kodiak Alaska uses a lot of electricity. So it’s impressive that 99.7% its annual electricity needs are met by pollution free sources. And when the Kodiak Electric Association (KEA) switched to full renewables use, it eliminated $7 million a year in fuel costs for diesel powered generators. KEA is now able to deliver power at a price that is lower than it was in 2001. Continue reading Renewables supply 99.7% of island’s annual power

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