Alaska Power Association

Alaska Power Association is the statewide trade association that represents the electric utilities that supply power to more than a half-million Alaskans from Barrow to Unalaska, through the Interior and Southcentral, and down the Inside Passage.

2015 APA/AIE Annual Meeting

The 2015 APA/AIE Annual Meeting is coming up in August. Keep an eye to this website for more information. For now, click here to view the Annual Meeting Packet.

For questions, contact Michael Rovito, Director of Member and Public Relations, at 907-771-5711 or

Keep up-to-date on what's happening with Alaska Power Association by visiting Watts New and Meetings & Events for the latest information

Click the APA Directory cover below for our online directory!

Our Mission

The mission of Alaska Power Association is to assist our members in accomplishing their goals of delivering electric energy and other services at the best value to their consumers.

Member Services

Legislative representation: APA members have a voice in the development of electric industry positions and policy making.

Information clearinghouse: Members receive frequent updates on legislative and regulatory issues.

Forum: APA is the statewide electric utility industry forum for networking and information sharing.

Training opportunities: A variety of workshops geared for electric utility employees and managers, and directors/commissioners are periodically offered.

Insurance: The ARECA Insurance Exchange, APA’s sister organization, provides multi-line coverage to many Alaska electric and telephone utilities. It is a service-oriented insurer with an A- rating from A.M. Best. Additional Membership Benefits

Safety & training opportunities: Members have access to a multimedia library with more than 1,200 safety and training selections.

Membership directory and website: All members are listed in APA’s award-winning membership directory and links to their websites are featured on our website.

Categories of Membership

Active Members: Electric cooperatives, municipal-owned electric utilities, regional electric authorities, or JAAs organized under the laws of the State of Alaska with annual sales of at least 800 MWH

Associate Members: Utilities or utility organizations not eligible for Active Membership but with a substantial interest in the Association

Supporting Members: Companies, organizations and individuals affiliated with the electric industry


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