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Service Connects and Disconnects - This article provides basic information to help streamline the process of getting electric power hooked up. To connect, disconnect or transfer an existing electric service, call AVEC’s Member Services department at 1-800-478-1818. To start a new service, call AVEC’s Operations Department, which is responsible for coordinating and implementing new service connects. Detailed information about these... [read more]
Are Microgrids the Wave of the Future? (NRECA Article) - NRECA Article published July 29, 2017 by Derrill Holly. Alaska cooperative executives see potential in offsetting high diesel costs Alaska Village Electric Cooperative spent $26 million on diesel fuel last year to provide energy to its members. That cost swings dramatically as world oil prices change, so officials see hybrid microgrids, harnessing renewable energy and... [read more]
How Are You Going To Pay For Your Winter Heating Bills? - If you received Heating Assistance from the State of Alaska this past winter, you need to plan ahead now for how you are going to pay for your heat this coming winter. State of Alaska budget cuts have resulted in the elimination of the Alaska Affordable Heating Program, which assisted households with income between 151%... [read more]
Proper Ground Is Important - By Bill Stamm. What is Ground? In a home electrical system, “ground” is literally the earth. Electrical equipment and receptacles are grounded to prevent personal injury and equipment damage. In modern house wiring there are three wires. One of the wires is a ground wire, which runs back to the main service panel and is... [read more]
Energy Efficiency Competition for Rural Alaska - Rural Alaska Communities to Receive $4 Million for Energy Efficiency.  U.S. Department of Energy partners with rural Alaska communities to improve energy efficiency….   Anchorage – The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced that it intends to make available four million dollars to the Remote Alaska Communities Energy Efficiency (RACEE) Competition for small Alaska communities... [read more]

ALL ALASKA ENERGY PROJECT

AVEC’s mission is to be the best Alaskan utility, and as part of that mission is to ensure that we are providing reliable, safe and efficient power to our members. As many of your know, the cost of electricy in Alaska, especially in rural Alaska, is very high.
The All Alaska Energy Project provides a sustainable solution to the energy needs in Alaska. For more information on this project, please click here to visit the projects website: Alaska Grid – The All Alaska Energy Project

VITUS MARINE, LLC

Please visit the Vitus Marine Website for more information about their services and the current location of the barges. Link to Vitus Marine, LLC website.

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