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Still holiday shopping? Check out these gadgets

Bonus: they are low energy users Trying to find the perfect gift for the person who has everything can be a nightmare. Here are a few fun gadgets to look into for this holiday season:   BioLite CampStove, $130 This stove is about the size of a Nalgene bottle and...

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Co-op BINGO offered at the Winter Expo

2012 is the International Year of Cooperatives and to celebrate three of your locally owned co-ops have teamed up to bring Co-op BINGO to the Winter Expo, 0n Sunday, October 14 at the Carlson Center from 1 to 3 p.m. BINGO is free for kids and adults to play. Win cool...

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Can a free dinner lower your energy bills?

Last year, we warned you about a  scam involving free dinner at local restaurants. We’ve heard there may be some other misleading information making the circuit right now. One group sells a “special” type of insulation that claims to significantly lower utility...

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February 2 power outage update

At approximately 5:50 p.m., a transmission line fault caused an outage affecting areas north along the Steese Highway, including Chena Hot Springs Road, Skyline Drive and the Elliot Highway. Crews are on their way and have narrowed down the general location of the...

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Household electric usage declines nationwide

What? You have how many plugged in at home? Trend: We’re plugging in more gadgets In 1978, the average American home had one TV. According to a survey by the Energy Information Administration in 2009, that number has increased to 2.5 televisions. Perhaps even more...

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Where can I find information on generators?

Where can I find information on generators?

We live in the arctic. Sometimes storms, natural disasters and accidents can and do cause power failures. For this reason, we know that many of you have standby electric generators. And it’s not a bad idea. These generators can keep your essential electrical equipment...

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Where does the power come from?

Where does the power come from?

Interior Alaska’s power supply doesn’t just come from one source. Nor is it all generated here in Fairbanks. The graph below shows the breakdown of our fuel supply in 2010:   Oil: The biggest piece of the pie is oil, which is our most expensive fuel. You may have...

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Grace Wilson

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Meadow Bailey

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Ashley Bradish

907-458-4518
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Grace Wilson

907-458-5847
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