In an effort to protect staff and prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Alaska Power Association (APA) and ARECA Insurance Exchange (AIE) offices are closed to the public until further notice.Please call 907-771-5700 to get help with any questions or concerns you may have. If you have an appointment with one of our staff, please call them directly to reschedule or set up the meeting using an alternative method. We will be following guidance from the CDC and the State of Alaska to determine when we can open our offices back up. All of us at APA and AIE thank you for your cooperation and understanding as we all try to stay safe during these uncertain times.
For information on what Alaska’s electric utilities are doing during the COVID-19 outbreak, visit APA’s COVID-19 webpage: https://alaskapower.org/covid-19/
WELCOME TO ALASKA POWER ASSOCIATION
The mission of Alaska Power Association is to assist our members in accomplishing their goals of delivering electric energy and other services at the best value to their customers.
Alaska Power Association is the statewide trade association that represents the electric utilities that supply power to more than a half-million Alaskans from Utqiagvik to Unalaska, through the Interior and Southcentral, and down the Inside Passage.
In Alaska’s unique energy infrastructure, we pride ourselves on educating and providing for Alaska’s energy needs. We are leading the way by exploring the benefits of emerging technologies in clean, renewable energy sources such as wind and solar energy. Our innovative spirit is essential to meet the challenges of Alaska’s conditions.
The organization is governed by a board of directors composed of representatives from each of the electric cooperative and municipal member utilities. More than 90 percent of Alaskans receive electricity from either a cooperative or a municipal (publicly-owned) utility.