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Proposed Final Fish and Wildlife Program sent to Governor: Proposal calls for returning water, creating habitat in Eklutna River

After five years of study, analysis, and stakeholder engagement, Chugach and MEA have sent the Proposed Final Fish and Wildlife Program (proposed final program) to Governor Mike Dunleavy for his consideration and approval. Read here.

Review the proposed final program and supporting information at

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Chugach Electric pursues community solar program: Regulators give the green light for project to move forward

Chugach Electric Association, Inc., is moving forward on a community solar program that will allow members to voluntarily subscribe and receive solar energy from the project. The Regulatory Commission of Alaska (RCA) approved the utility’s request for an initial three-year pilot period. Read here.

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Chugach leads the way in the energy transition

The electric utility industry is going through a major transformation in Alaska and around the world. Chugach is a leader in keeping up with those changes as we continue to evaluate new ways to generate electricity. This video looks at Chugach’s short-term plans and long-term vision as technological advances, particularly in energy storage, may be realized. As you will see, there are many options for moving forward during this historic energy transition.

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Public meetings: Eklutna Hydroelectric Project

The public meetings include the following dates and locations:

Table of Eklutna meetings

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More than $3 million in capital credits returned to Chugach members

Spreading some holiday cheer, Chugach Electric Association, Inc., (Chugach) is sending capital credits to thousands of past and long-term members as part of a more than $3 million retail capital credit retirement. The Chugach Board of Directors approved the retirement at its Oct. 25, 2023, board meeting. Read here.

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Draft Eklutna Fish and Wildlife Program released

After more than four years of study, analysis, and stakeholder engagement, the owners of the Eklutna Hydroelectric Project have released a draft program to protect, mitigate damages to, and enhance fish and wildlife resources impacted by the hydro project, located about 30 miles northeast of downtown Anchorage. Read here.