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RIGHT OF WAY UPDATE: Where are crews the week of June 27-July 1?-One mowing crew is in Healy, working the subdividion areas of Lignite and Stampede Trail heading north along the highway-One hand crew is finishing up around the Healy R1 substation, then they'll jump to Healy R2 near the north edge of Healy-Two hand crews are working in the Nordale and Freeman area-One aerial saw crew along Badger Road R2 is clearing specific areas for engineering upgrades around Persinger, Old Badger and CanoroFor a list of where crews expect be throughout the summer please visit www.gvea.com/row-maintenance-program. If you have any questions, please call the Operations department at 907-451-5692. ... See MoreSee Less
On Monday, June 27, GVEA’s Board of Directors is holding a special board meeting to vote on adopting a plan surrounding GVEA’s future generation, including a decision on the retirement or extension of Healy Unit 1. Members can attend using Microsoft Teams.The Healy Unit 1 decision, and the associated deadline, was the starting point for consideration of GVEA’s future generation, but it is part of a much broader strategic generation analysis. GVEA employees, consultants and the board spent the past 18 months extensively evaluating different strategic generation scenarios. All viable options were considered and carefully assessed, along with potential implications.Since generation decisions are interconnected and impact rates, reliability and the environment, the analysis of scenarios looked beyond our immediate needs and focused on a vision for the future. Based on this, GVEA’s scenarios looked not just at Healy 1, but evaluated and considered legacy decisions to determine the best course of action for the entire system. A presentation regarding the analysis and findings will be shared during the special board meeting.At every step, the focus has always remained on making decisions that benefit GVEA’s membership as a whole and ensuring that GVEA can always meet its mission to provide safe, reliable electric service to our members at fair and reasonable prices. More information: bit.ly/3OE5jSC ... See MoreSee Less
RIGHT OF WAY UPDATE: Where are crews the week of June 27-July 1?-One mowing crew is in Healy, working the subdividion areas of Lignite and Stampede Trail heading north along the highway-One hand crew is finishing up around the Healy R1 substation, then they'll jump to Healy R2 near the north edge of Healy-Two hand crews are working in the Nordale and Freeman area-One aerial saw crew along Badger Road R2 is clearing specific areas for engineering upgrades around Persinger, Old Badger and CanoroFor a list of where crews expect be throughout the summer please visit www.gvea.com/row-maintenance-program. If you have any questions, please call the Operations department at 907-451-5692. ... See MoreSee Less
On Monday, June 27, GVEA’s Board of Directors is holding a special board meeting to vote on adopting a plan surrounding GVEA’s future generation, including a decision on the retirement or extension of Healy Unit 1. Members can attend using Microsoft Teams.The Healy Unit 1 decision, and the associated deadline, was the starting point for consideration of GVEA’s future generation, but it is part of a much broader strategic generation analysis. GVEA employees, consultants and the board spent the past 18 months extensively evaluating different strategic generation scenarios. All viable options were considered and carefully assessed, along with potential implications.Since generation decisions are interconnected and impact rates, reliability and the environment, the analysis of scenarios looked beyond our immediate needs and focused on a vision for the future. Based on this, GVEA’s scenarios looked not just at Healy 1, but evaluated and considered legacy decisions to determine the best course of action for the entire system. A presentation regarding the analysis and findings will be shared during the special board meeting.At every step, the focus has always remained on making decisions that benefit GVEA’s membership as a whole and ensuring that GVEA can always meet its mission to provide safe, reliable electric service to our members at fair and reasonable prices. More information: bit.ly/3OE5jSC ... See MoreSee Less