The goal of the project is to find a solution to high energy costs and poor air quality common to Interior Alaska.

The goal of the project is to find a solution to high energy costs and poor air quality common to Interior Alaska.

The goal of the project is to find a solution to high energy costs and poor air quality common to Interior Alaska.

The goal of the project is to find a solution to high energy costs and poor air quality common to Interior Alaska.

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

The Interior Energy Project was introduced in 2013 and modified in 2015 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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July 2020 Quarterly Report: Download the latest PDF version of the IEP Quarterly Report to Alaska State Legislature.

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The largest crane in Alaska hoists into place a 200,000-pound domed roof on the 5.25-million gallon storage tank in September 2018.

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