Renewable Energy Alaska Project (REAP)

Renewable Energy Alaska Project (REAP) is a coalition of Alaska utilities, businesses, conservation and consumer groups, Alaska Native organizations, and municipal, state and federal entities all working together to increase the production of renewable energy and the development of energy efficiency in Alaska and bring the benefits of clean, economic and inexhaustible renewable power to the citizens of Alaska.

Renewable Energy Alaska Project (REAP) has been a Brainerd Foundation grantee since 2010.

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Renewable Energy Alaska Project (REAP) Photo gallery

Renewable energy is stably priced, clean, local, and inexhaustible. Photo courtesy of the Renewable Energy Alaska Project.

Alaska has the resources and capital to become a leader in renewable energy development. Photo courtesy of the Renewable Energy Alaska Project.

The Renewable Energy Alaska Project educates the next generation about the self sufficiency and economic opportunity that clean energy provides to all Alaskans. Photo courtesy of TIm Leach.

Renewable Energy Alaska Project (REAP) Grant history

2015

$30,000 - To facilitate the increased development of renewable energy in Alaska. Conservation policy

2013

$70,000 - A two-year grant to facilitate the increased development of renewable energy in Alaska. Conservation policy

2011

$70,000 - A two-year grant to facilitate the increased development of renewable energy in Alaska. Conservation policy

2010

$25,000 - To promote renewable energy and energy efficiency in Alaska. Conservation policy