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Alaska's small villages turn toward renewables - and don't look back
by Stephen Miller
Yes Magazine Translate This Article
25 August 2017
On 25 August 2017 Yes Magazine reported:
'Oil companies like to push the narrative that Alaskans want more oil development, but that's not true,' says Enei Begaye, a Navajo woman who directs the indigenous rights advocacy group Native Movement in Fairbanks, Alaska. The state has become a proving ground for sustainable energy; in particular, the microgrid -- a small power grid that serves one community in isolation. Ingemar Mathiasson, energy manager for the Northwest Arctic Borough, states, 'The only sustainable future is harvesting energy as close to home as you can. By harvesting energy locally, you're also creating a local workforce, and that money stays in the communities instead of being part of the diesel fuel equation.'
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