ACEP Research in a Nutshell
What does ACEP do exactly? We get that question a lot.
We had some ACEP researchers tell us, in a nutshell, about their research and why it is
important to Alaska and beyond.
ACEP partnership with Southeast Alaska.
Food, energy, and water security in Alaska’s remote communities.
A collaboration with UAA, UAF, Stanford, and Canada.
ACEP’s innovation is used to size renewable energy storage systems
for Alaska communities and utilities
Sharing ACEP and Alaska communities’ research and energy stories.
How beneficial and equitable electrification is helping Alaska residents.
ACEP’s solar research is helping private industry and
residents get more out of their solar energy through collaborations with national labs.
Making Alaska homes healthier through indoor air quality innovation.
Helping remote Alaska microgrids collect data and be more efficient through ACEP innovation.
Baxter Bond and Alana Vilagi
How to heat homes more efficiently through ACEP innovation.
Working with private industry to help US Department of Defense installations
heat and use energy more efficiently.
Eloise Petrone Brown
Helping remote communities reduce their high energy costs by exploring renewable sources of power.
Increasing energy efficiency through innovation.
Heike Merkel and Patty Eagan
Training Alaska's future energy workforce.