Alaska Rural Energy Technical Assistance Project
The Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium provides direct technical assistance for rural communities in Alaska to help improve sustainability and lower operating costs of rural sanitation systems and healthcare facilities.
Assistance may include, but is not limited to:
- Providing operator training to reduce energy usage and improve operations
- Conducting energy audits of facilities to analyze and identify energy use and determine potential improvements projects for maximum energy savings
- Implementing energy efficiency upgrades to realize savings, such as boiler maintenance and tuning, LED lighting and building weatherization
- Designing and constructing renewable energy projects that reduce dependence on imported diesel fuel for heating and electricity
- Monitoring results and effectiveness by utilizing innovative remote monitoring technology
Eligible applicants are tribes, Alaska Native Villages, and regional Alaska Native Corporations, intertribal organizations, and tribal energy development organizations in rural areas of Alaska.
A link to the application process is available at the bottom of the program website.
- Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, view details
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