Alaska projects win nearly $125 million in EPA’s national Solar for All grant competition – Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman

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Alaska is getting an infusion of nearly $125 million to build and expand solar energy projects, part of a national Solar for All program, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Pacific Northwest regional office announced on Tuesday.

The funding is split between two projects, one of them a partnership between the Alaska Energy Authority and the Alaska Housing Finance Corp., both state agencies, and the other a tribal project led by the Tanana Chiefs Conference, a consortium of Interior Alaska tribal governments.

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