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Fairbanks residents pay some of the highest energy costs for any metropolitan area in the nation and have experienced poor air quality due to particulate pollution.

The Interior Energy Project was introduced during the 28th legislative session to bring affordable energy to the Interior as quickly as possible. The legislation provides a financial package to serve as a catalyst to bring natural gas to Fairbanks and North Pole.
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  • What's New?
View the latest IEP Quarterly Report to the Legislature on the resources and documents page. This image will redirect you to the Resources and Documents page.

What's New!

The HB105 Required Project Plan Documents from the September 21, 2017 AIDEA Board meeting.


Click here to review and download the document.