Kotzebue
Operating           Total Power
28.5 MW
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Address

245 4th Street
Kotzebue, AK 99752
United States
Northwest Arctic County
Latitude: 66.83778
Longitude: -162.55694
Year Opened: 1983
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Data Sources

EIA 2008
EIA 2012 Form 860
EIA 2014 Form 860
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Environmental Justice Analysis

Distance (miles)0 2.5 5 10 25
American Indian79.5%69.9%
Asian0.1%2.0%
Black0.1%1.4%
Hispanic0.8%1.6%
White11.1%18.4%
Population1,2171,984
Income$85k
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NameRelationOwnership
Kotzebue Electric Assn IncOwner100%




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Unit Information

PowerTypeStatusFuel
1.4 MWBurner: Internal Combustion Engine - Simple CycleOperatingOil
0.9 MWWind TurbineOperatingWind
0.9 MWWind TurbineOperatingWind
0.6 MWWind TurbineOperatingWind
0.1 MWWind TurbineOperatingWind
0.2 MWWind TurbineOperatingWind
0.5 MWWind TurbineOperatingWind
0.1 MWWind TurbineOperatingWind
0.1 MWWind TurbineOperatingWind
1.1 MWBurner: Internal Combustion Engine - Simple CycleOperatingOil
13 MWWind TurbineOperatingWind
0.1 MWWind TurbineOperatingWind
0.1 MWWind TurbineOperatingWind
0.1 MWWind TurbineOperatingWind
3 MWBurner: Internal Combustion Engine - Simple CycleOperatingOil
0.1 MWWind TurbineOperatingWind
0.1 MWWind TurbineOperatingWind
0.1 MWWind TurbineOperatingWind
2.8 MWBurner: Internal Combustion Engine - Simple CycleOperatingOil
0.1 MWWind TurbineOperatingWind
2.8 MWBurner: Internal Combustion Engine - Simple CycleOperatingOil
0.1 MWWind TurbineOperatingWind
0.1 MWWind TurbineOperatingWind
0.1 MWWind TurbineOperatingWind
2.1 MWBurner: Internal Combustion Engine - Simple CycleClosedOil
1 MWBurner: Internal Combustion Engine - Simple CycleClosedOil
1 MWBurner: Internal Combustion Engine - Simple CycleClosedOil

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