Energy lessons from the edge of the Earth

The experience of one remote native Alaskan village offers a reliable, affordable and renewable energy solution for rural Alaska. And there are lessons in its success.

The fact that the local jail is one of the only lodging options for visitors to the native Alaskan village of Tuntutuliak is a clear indication of its remote location. But what really stands out about this village isn’t its isolation but instead its incredible story of renewable energy – specifically, the use of wind and smart-grid technology that has the potential to fundamentally change the energy landscape of rural Alaska.


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