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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.

Nathan Green

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ACEP partnership with Southeast Alaska.

MicroFEWs Research

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Food, energy, and water security in Alaska’s remote communities. A collaboration with UAA, UAF, Stanford, and Canada.

Jeremy VanderMeer

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ACEP’s innovation is used to size renewable energy storage systems for Alaska communities and utilities

Amanda Byrd

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Sharing ACEP and Alaska communities’ research and energy stories.

Michelle Wilber

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How beneficial and equitable electrification is helping Alaska residents.

Erin Whitney

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ACEP’s solar research is helping private industry and residents get more out of their solar energy through collaborations with national labs.

Tom Marsik

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Making Alaska homes healthier through indoor air quality innovation.

Henry Toal

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Helping remote Alaska microgrids collect data and be more efficient through ACEP innovation.

Baxter Bond and Alana Vilagi

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How to heat homes more efficiently through ACEP innovation.

Dayne Broderson

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Working with private industry to help US Department of Defense installations heat and use energy more efficiently.

Eloise Petrone Brown

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Helping remote communities reduce their high energy costs by exploring renewable sources of power.

David Denkenberger

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Increasing energy efficiency through innovation.

Heike Merkel and Patty Eagan

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Training Alaska's future energy workforce.

Gwen Holdmann

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Innovating to keep Alaska at the forefront of the global energy transition.