Renewable Energy Alaska Project
Renewable Energy Alaska Project (REAP) is a coalition of urban and rural Alaska utilities, businesses, conservation groups, consumer groups, and Alaska Native organizations with an interest in developing Alaska's vast renewable energy resources. REAP's goal is to increase the production of renewable energy in Alaska. REAP believes that the development of those resources will provide numerous important economic opportunities for the state.
To reach its goal, REAP has adopted five primary strategies:
1. To advocate for the construction of viable renewable energy projects proposed for Alaska; 2. To help develop and implement policies that will lead to increased production of renewable energy; 3. To build a market for renewable energy in Alaska; 4. To foster and demonstrate stakeholder unity in support of renewable energy and; 5. To promote energy efficiency.
REAP is led by a diverse board of directors and works with state and federal energy agencies to help bring the benefits of clean, economic and inexhaustible renewable power to the citizens of Alaska.
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