Anchorage Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Forum Podcasts

We Need Renewable Energy to Address Cook Inlets Looming Natural Gas Crisis - Chris Rose - slides

August 27, 2023 Chris Rose, Executive Director, Renewable Energy Alaska Project Season 2023 Episode 827
We Need Renewable Energy to Address Cook Inlets Looming Natural Gas Crisis - Chris Rose - slides
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Anchorage Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Forum Podcasts
We Need Renewable Energy to Address Cook Inlets Looming Natural Gas Crisis - Chris Rose - slides
Aug 27, 2023 Season 2023 Episode 827
Chris Rose, Executive Director, Renewable Energy Alaska Project

Chris Rose is the founder and Executive Director of Renewable Energy Alaska Project (REAP), a non-profit coalition of diverse energy stakeholder organizations working to increase renewable energy development and promote energy efficiency across Alaska. Before establishing REAP in 2004, Mr. Rose had a private law practice for over a decade, including work in remote Northwest Arctic villages and mediation of various disputes around the state. He has written a monthly opinion column for Alaska's only statewide newspaper and served on various statewide boards, including the state's Renewable Energy Fund Advisory Committee. Since 2008, that Fund has granted over $300 million to 90 renewable energy projects that today are displacing the equivalent of 30 million gallons of diesel fuel each year. Since 1992, he has lived 65 miles northeast of Anchorage, where he and his partner grow flowers and apples.


Slides - https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/fpktnu3vgildj52idkzm4/ChrisRose.pdf?rlkey=4uhbmq4t88dbjy3rbw2bym1xj&dl=0

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Chris Rose is the founder and Executive Director of Renewable Energy Alaska Project (REAP), a non-profit coalition of diverse energy stakeholder organizations working to increase renewable energy development and promote energy efficiency across Alaska. Before establishing REAP in 2004, Mr. Rose had a private law practice for over a decade, including work in remote Northwest Arctic villages and mediation of various disputes around the state. He has written a monthly opinion column for Alaska's only statewide newspaper and served on various statewide boards, including the state's Renewable Energy Fund Advisory Committee. Since 2008, that Fund has granted over $300 million to 90 renewable energy projects that today are displacing the equivalent of 30 million gallons of diesel fuel each year. Since 1992, he has lived 65 miles northeast of Anchorage, where he and his partner grow flowers and apples.


Slides - https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/fpktnu3vgildj52idkzm4/ChrisRose.pdf?rlkey=4uhbmq4t88dbjy3rbw2bym1xj&dl=0