Expand and educate the next generation energy workforce by linking energy education, energy research, and industry.
Promote and advocate for overall regional resiliency through research, technology development/deployment and talent development in energy and other key interconnected areas, including water and food.
Advance a stronger culture of entrepreneurship and innovation through Arctic and Pacific nations through the promotion and sharing of scientific and technological advancements in energy and resiliency.
Collectively, the ARCTIC partners, can conduct research, spur innovation, commercialize technology, incubate and accelerate technology, assist private sector firms, deliver talent development curriculum, engage with industry to identify new research initiatives, and therefore, continue to advance new research and ideas that strengthens Alaska’s economy, builds long-term value, creates sustainable jobs and business opportunities for Alaskans, and attracts new investment and businesses to the state.
Enhancing and growing the next generation workforce and communities in Alaska and the Arctic.
University of Alaska Fairbanks’ Alaska Center for Energy and Power
Developing practical, cost-effective energy solutions for Alaska and beyond.
University of Alaska Anchorage’s Business Enterprise Institute
Supporting business and entrepreneurial capacities across Alaska by linking economic development programs
University of Alaska Fairbanks’ Center for Innovation, Commercialization, and Entrepreneurship
Supporting the commercialization & deployment of new technology.
A business accelerator investing in scalable startups in food, water, transportation, and energy.
Accelerating the Resource Revolution
Coalition of large and small Alaska utilities, businesses, conservation and consumer groups, Alaska Native organizations, and municipal, state and federal entities with an interest in developing Alaska’s vast renewable energy resources.
Advancing Clean Energy in Alaska