Below is the list of leading energy companies serving Alaska residential customers.
Alaska Villages Electric Cooperative (AVEC) is a non-profit electric utility serving residents in 56 locations throughout rural Alaska. AVEC serve 56 communities stretching from Kivalina in the north to Old Harbor on Kodiak Island in the south, and from Gambell on St. Lawrence Island in the west to Minto in the east.
Kodiak Electric Association (KEA) is a rural member-owned electric cooperative which generates and distributes electrical power to Kodiak and Port Lions in Alaska.
Incorporated in 1946, Golden Valley Electric Association (GVEA) serves more than 44,095 meters in Fairbanks, Delta Junction, Nenana, Healy and Cantwell. GVEA operates and maintains 3,177 miles of transmission and distribution lines and 34 substations.
Headquartered in Anchorage, Chugach Electric Association is a member-owned utility serves more than 69000 metered retail locations in a service territory extending from Anchorage to the northern Kenai Peninsula.
Copper Valley Electric Association (CVEA) provides electric service to over 3550 members in the Copper River Basin and Valdez areas in the state of Alaska.
Municipal Light & Power (ML&P) services an area of 19.9 contiguous miles, including a large portion of the commercial and high-density residential areas of the Municipality.