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The Regulatory Commission of Alaska is reviewing the proposed acquisition of ML&P by Chugach. A decision is expected at the end of February, with closing targeted for the end of May.
We provide safe, reliable and affordable electricity through superior service and sustainable practices, powering the lives of our members.
As part of the sale of the Eklutna Hydroelectric Project, Chugach Electric Association, Municipal Light & Power, and Matanuska Electric Association entered into a Fish & Wildlife Agreement in 1991 with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, the National Marine Fisheries Service, and the State of Alaska.
A project is underway to replace the lighting at the Beluga Power Plant with more-efficient LED lighting.
Chugach energy efficiency expert Kate Ayers was recently featured on KTUU Channel 2 News for National Cut Your Energy Costs Day.