CIRI subsidiary Fire Island Wind LLC is working hard to bring renewable power to Alaska Railbelt ratepayers at a cost that is competitive with and may soon beat natural gas-produced energy. In fact, Alaska’s first commercial-scale wind power generation project is already under construction on Fire Island, just three miles west of Anchorage.
But before this inexpensive, reliable renewable energy can be brought to market, power purchase agreements with one or more local utilities must be completed in order for the project to continue.
Fire Island Wind is the only local energy project that is ready to provide a near-term solution to the dwindling supply of Cook Inlet natural gas. Visit fireislandwind.com to learn more about what’s at stake and what you can do to help.