Project Description: Incorporate applied research of sustainable energy technologies in the context of rural Alaska. These technologies may include, for example, air source heat pumps, ventilation systems, lighting, wall systems, renewable energy systems, and others.
People/Organizations responsible for completing these steps: Bristol Bay Campus, partnerships with the Cold Climate Housing Research Center (CCHRC), Alaska Center for Energy and Power (ACEP) and renewable energy professional training facilities, BBNA
Timeline: Oct 1, 2022-Sept 30, 2027
Funding Partners: US Dept of Education Title III NASNTI, Individual Development Grant, School districts, BBRCTE, BBNC, BBEDC, USDA Drumbeat Consortium
- Track number and type of technologies researched.
- Offer four classes.
- One conference opportunity for students and partner organizations to participate in.
- Track energy savings where new technologies are installed and observed to better understand the effectiveness of the measures.
Key Project Contact:
Name: Eric Goddard
Title: Assistant Professor of Sustainable Energy and Environmental Studies
Organization: UAF-Bristol Bay Campus
Questions about the CEDS?
Contact Kristina Andrew
Economic Development Program ManagerkRandrew@bbna.com