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PUBLIC SAFETY ANNOUNCEMENT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that due to recommendations from the Center for Disease Control and its social distancing guidelines, the Southeast Alaska Power Agency's (SEAPA) Swan Lake and Tyee Lake Hydroelectric facilities are temporarily closed to public access until further notice for the protection of SEAPA employees and to help ensure continuity of electric service. If you have any questions, please call 907.228.2281.
- SEAPA is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of individuals appointed by the Mayors of each of SEAPA’s member communities
SEAPA Regular Board Meeting
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that due to recommendations from the Center for Disease Control and its social distancing guidelines, the Board of Directors of the Southeast Alaska Power Agency (SEAPA) will hold a Regular Board Meeting telephonically on March 31, 2020 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. AKDT. Interested parties may call into the meeting by dialing 1.866.585.3986. SEAPA's board packet may be accessed online by navigating to: https://www.seapahydro.org/SEAPA-notices-meetings.php. If you have any questions, please call 907.228.2281.
- SEAPA is a regional generation and transmission entity providing wholesale power to our member utilities, and was originally organized as “The Four Dam Pool Power Agency” (see history)
- Authorized under Alaska State law to design, develop, acquire, purchase, own, operate, manage, maintain, and improve power projects or generation and transmission facilities
- Swan Lake to Ketchikan
- Tyee Lake to Wrangell and Petersburg
- Swan-Tyee Intertie
"Southeast communities have a long history of working toward energy independence by collaborating on power generation and transmission," says Alaska State Senator, Bert Stedman. "What we want to do is generate our energy off of renewable sources like hydro versus carbon-based, and control our own energy."