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DRAFT Juneau Community Energy Plan

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Over the last year the Juneau Commission on Sustainability together with their consultant, Stantec, have been working on a Community  Energy Plan.

 

The purpose of the Juneau Community Energy Plan (JCEP) is to define goals for Juneauís energy future, focusing on more efficient use of existing capacity and new energy supplies, and to develop strategies and policies for achieving these goals. This report is the first step in that process, providing the background information and framework needed to take the next steps.

 

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(40.22min to 48.50 min)

KTOO's A Juneau Afternoon, 8/16/2016:  Rorie Watt (City Manager) and Tim Felstead (CBJ

Planner) talk about the first in a series of energy presentations offered as part of the Juneau

Community Energy Plan's outreach efforts. On 8/17/16, Alaska Electric Light & Power Company

(AEL&P) will do a presentation on how Juneau gets its electricity.

(06.50min to 25.02min)

KTOO's A Juneau Afternoon, 7/22/2016:  Steve Behnke (Chair of the Juneau Commission on

Sustainability) and Tim Felstead (CBJ Planner) talk about the Draft Juneau Community Energy

Plan, it’s purpose and how the public can comment.

 

CBJ and the Juneau Commission on Sustainability solicited public feedback on the Plan. Feedback period ended October 31, 2016. Compiled comments can be accessed, below. Respondents include: Alaska Electric Light & Power Co., Juneau Hydropower, Juneau Chamber of Commerce, Alaska Interfaith Power & Light, Alaska Native Brotherhood Camp #70, Cruise Lines International Association Alaska, CBJ Docks & Harbors Department, Alaska CAN!, and many individual community members.

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