As a member of the Alaska Hydrogen Working Group, EXP collaborated with researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) National Renewable Energy Lab and energy leaders from the DOE Arctic Energy Office in co-authoring the first Alaska Hydrogen Opportunities Report. Recently published by the University of Alaska Fairbanks Alaska Center for Energy and Power, this report sets the stage for future hydrogen road map development, policy creation and hydrogen ecosystem building in Alaska.

“EXP is moving energy transition forward, enabling lower carbon solutions for our clients, and engaging energy’s future today,” said EXP’s Senior Environmental Project Manager Jeff Raun.

View the report and contact Jeff Raun to learn more about EXP’s energy capabilities.