Renewable Energy Fund Fact Sheet
Renewable Energy Fund Status Report 2019
2019 Print version - To print booklet: print double sided on 11 x 17 paper, landscape and flip on the short end, fold in half.
Renewable Energy Fund Round X Status Report 2017
To print booklet: print double sided on 11 x 17 paper, landscape and flip on the short end, fold in half.
REF Status Report Appendix
Evaluation material for recommended projects can be found under the REF Round IX tab
The Alaska Energy Authority (the Authority) did not issue a Renewable Energy Fund (REF) Request for Applications (RFA) in Fiscal Year 2017. For more information please see this Announcement Regarding the Renewable Energy Fund Round X (Link)
The Alaska Renewable Energy Fund (REF) provides benefits to Alaskans by assisting communities across the state to reduce and stabilize the cost of energy. The program is designed to produce cost-effective renewable energy for heat and power to benefit Alaskans statewide. The program also creates jobs, uses local energy resources, and keeps money in local economies.
The REF was established by the Alaska State Legislature in 2008, and extended 10 years in 2012. The REF is managed by the Alaska Energy Authority (AEA) and provides public funding for the development of qualifying and competitively selected renewable energy projects in Alaska.
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