Changes: Provincial The Frozen North Vitality Supply Chains.


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Power in PCE Communities. Serves around 78,000 peoplewith 5,400 kWh per individual for each yearSource: PCE FY00 measurements. Three Questions. Where does country Alaska power come from?Why does it cost so much?What would we be able to do about it?. Urban Alaska power originates from regular gas hydro (and coal)Rural Alaska power originates from Diesel ! (what's more, hydro).
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Transformations: Rural Alaska Energy Supply Chains introduced to Rural Alaska Energy Conference September 2002 Steve Colt Institute of Social and Economic Research University of Alaska Anchorage email steve_colt@uaa.alaska.edu

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Electricity in PCE Communities Serves around 78,000 individuals with 5,400 kWh per individual for each year Source: PCE FY00 insights

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Three Questions Where does provincial Alaska power originate from? Why does it be so expensive? What would we be able to do about it?

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Urban Alaska power originates from regular gas hydro (and coal) Rural Alaska power originates from Diesel ! (also, hydro)

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Generation in PCE Communities by Source – Total = 425 million kWh/year or 48 MW normal yield Source: PCE FY00 measurements

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Three Questions Where does country Alaska power originate from? Why does it be so expensive? What would we be able to do about it?

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Electricity in PCE Communities Serves 78,000 individuals with 5,400 kWh per individual for each year utilizing 360 gallons diesel for each individual per yr that expenses about $390 per individual every year

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Fuel Cost per kWh: Anchorage versus Provincial Alaska

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Rural diesel power originates from: Fossils Crude Oil Diesel at Refinery Gate (Anacortes WA, Richmond WA, Nikiski AK) Diesel at Barge Dock Diesel in Tank Farm Electricity at Powerhouse Electricity in home

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Components of Utility Diesel Cost Crude oil = $.35-.55 Refining = $.25 Bulk Barge = $.10-.30 Inland Transport = $.00 - $1.00 Bulk Storage = $.10-.20 Total = $.80 - $2.30

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Actual Range of Fuel Costs

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NonFuel Cost per kWh

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Nonfuel cost incorporates Generators ( machines ) Distribution lines and meters ( hardware ) Operations, Maintenance and Management ( individuals )

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Nonfuel cost per kWh for little country utilities

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True Cost of Electric Service to PCE Communities: $116 million/yr

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Three Questions Where does rustic Alaska power originate from? Why does it be so expensive? What would we be able to do about it?

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What would we be able to do? Diminish fuel use? Yes! Spare 9-18 pennies for every kWh Eliminate generators? Perhaps… .Save 0-5 pennies for every kWh Reduce Distribution Equipment? No. (at any rate not presently… ) 5-10 pennies for every kWh Save OM&M Expense (individuals)? Likely not… 5-20 pennies for every kWh

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Electricity Goes to: Light, solid, heat, machines, TV, PC Efficiency of change matters!

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How would We Do It? Contribute – in 3 sorts of capital

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Three Kinds of Capital Physical Capital – generators, wind turbines, conveyance lines Human Capital – individuals with the right abilities in the correct spot at the opportune time Social Capital – groups and utilities that work together to manage the electric framework

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Rural Energy and Jobs The customary vitality framework underpins huge vocation. Little of the aggregate expense leaves state About 75% of provincial vitality venture dollars stream to urban territories. (weatherization)

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We\'re all in this together. ~The End View this show after Thursday 9/19 at: www.iser.uaa.alaska.edu

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