The electric utility industry is going through a major transformation in Alaska and around the world. Chugach is a leader in keeping up with those changes as we continue to evaluate new ways to generate electricity. This video looks at Chugach’s short-term plans and long-term vision as technological advances, particularly in energy storage, may be realized. As you will see, there are many options for moving forward during this historic energy transition.
In the Community
Chugach leads the way in the energy transition
Chugach sponsors the ARC of Anchorage's Trunk or Treat event
Chugach was pleased to sponsor the ARC of Anchorage’s Trunk or Treat event on Sept. 16. The Arc of Anchorage has a variety of services for Alaskans who experience intellectual and developmental disabilities and behavioral and mental health challenges. The annual fundraiser brings out hundreds of Anchorage families to “trunk or treat” in a safe environment, raising money for a good cause.
Chugach employees volunteer at Children's Lunchbox
Chugach employees recently volunteered their time packing and distributing food boxes for Children’s Lunchbox, a program of Bean’s Cafe. Chugach’s Employee Volunteer Program allows employees to donate 16 hours a year to local nonprofits during normal work hours. The program is a great way for Chugach and its employees to give back and strengthen ties with the community.
Chugach CEO Arthur Miller presents to the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce
On Monday, June 26, 2023, Chugach Electric CEO Arthur Miller gave an update on Chugach’s business at the weekly Make it Monday forum. Miller detailed plans and priorities at Chugach as well as how the utility is dealing with challenges such as finding new sources of natural gas while also adding clean energy, including renewables, to the Chugach system. The forum was recorded by the Anchorage Chamber and the link to the video is here along with the slides that accompanied Mr. Miller’s presentation.