Contact Us

Please use Contact List below

Info about tours in your area Please use contact list below. Thank You.

 

Anchorage Solar Tour:
Andy Baker at YCE 907-350-2084 or email: andybaker@yourcleanenergy.us

Delta Junction Solar Tour:
If you are interested in helping with Delta Junction Solar Tour this year Please Contact
Sondra Winters at sondrawinters@hotmail.com

Dillingham Solar Tour:
If you are interested in helping with Dillingham Solar Tour this year Please Contact
Triena Slatter at AST 907-830-0775 or email: info@AlaskaSolarTour.org

Fairbanks Solar Tour:
Robert Shields at ARK 907-799-7045 or email: robert@a-r-k.us

Homer Solar Tour:
If you are interested in helping with Homer Solar Tour this year Please Contact
Triena Slatter at AST 907-830-0775 or email: info@AlaskaSolarTour.org

Kenai Solar Tour:
If you are interested in helping with Kenai Solar Tour this year Please Contact
Gary Dawkins at GAE 907-262-3993 or email: garysauto.electric@acsalaska.net

Mat-Su Solar Tour:
Hosted by UAA MatSu College Sustainable Energy Program Students
David Johnson, Mat-Su College Student Coordinator at 907-232-4765 or email: davidsalaska@live.com
Mark Masteller, Mat-Su College Faculty Coordinator at 907-745-9784 or email: mamasteller@matsu.alaska.edu

Nome Solar Tour:
If you are interested in helping with Nome Solar Tour this year Please Contact
Triena Slatter at AST 907-830-0775 or email: info@AlaskaSolarTour.org

Talkeetna Solar Tour:
If you are interested in helping with Talkeetna Solar Tour this year Please Contact
Triena Slatter at AST 907-830-0775 or email: info@AlaskaSolarTour.org

 

General Info about Alaska Solar Tour or Website related questions
Triena Slatter at AST 907-830-0775 or email: info@AlaskaSolarTour.org
 


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About Us

THE STORY: How Alaska Solar Tours got Started Back in 2008, Phil St. John and Andy Baker had read about the National Solar Tour in the magazine Solar Today that is published by American Solar Energy Society (ASES). It looked like a really great way to get folks out to see solar systems working in …

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