GVEA

AcronymDefinition
GVEAGolden Valley Electric Association (Alaska)
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Although GVEA (On Reconsideration) was premised on the Native use and occupancy being open and notorious to defeat a subsequently granted right-of-way to Alaska, (19) even this check on an allotment applicant's power to defeat a highway right-of-way was soon abandoned by the IBLA.
Six different utilities own and operate the generating facilities and transmission lines in the Railbelt: GVEA, Matanuska Electric Association (MEA), Chugach Electric Association, Municipal Light & Power, Homer Electric Association, and the City of Seward.
The GVEA solar project, a 563 kW solar PV system, is set to be online by October, confirmed project manager Nathan Minnema.
Shipping fuel to GVEA adds to the cost, and there is greater economy in shipping power.
Healy 2 will double the amount of coal-fired generation in GVEA's portfolio.
Golden Valley Electric Association (GVEA), the nonprofit rural cooperative that supplies energy for ninety thousand residents in Interior Alaska, bought the plant, dubbed Healy Unit 2, from the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority (AIDEA) in 2013 and immediately set to work retrofitting the equipment.
Current customers are Fort Wainwright (operated by Doyon), Eielson Air Force Base, Clear Air Force Station, the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus, Aurora Energy LLC (a wholesaler to Golden Valley Electric Association (GVEA)), and Flealy Plant No.