Energy efficiency and conservation (EE&C) are the low hanging fruit of efforts to meet sustainable energy goals. In Alaska, a defining energy goal is to improve energy efficiency by 15% between 2010 and 2020. AEA focuses its end use energy efficiency program activities on commercial buildings, public buildings, industrial facilities, and electrical efficiency. Additionally, AEA organizes the collaborative multi-stakeholder group called the Alaska Energy Efficiency Partnership. AEA also addresses generation efficiency through its Rural Power System Upgrade (RPSU) Program.

For an up-to-date snapshot of AEA’s Energy Efficiency & Conservation Program activities, please see our downloadable Factsheet.