The Alaska Wood Energy Development Task Group (AWEDTG) consists of a coalition of federal and state agencies and not-for-profit organizations to explore opportunities to increase the utilization of wood for energy and biofuels production in Alaska.

2024 Cordwood Operator Training

Excited to announce two upcoming operator trainings:

  • Southeast Alaska August 13-15, 2024
  • Interior Alaska September 17-19, 2024

Please fill out the Training Form to express your interest in the training.

More information and registration links will be posted soon. Contact Angie at with any questions.

AWEDTG is evaluating Wood Energy Pre-Feasibility Grants

The Alaska Wood Energy Development Task Group (AWEDTG)* continually accepts Statements of Interest for PRE-feasibility studies.  These applications can come from non-profit corporations, tribes, municipalities, governmental organizations, or commercial entities that would like to explore the feasibility of heating facilities with high- efficiency, low-emission, wood-fired systems.  The goal of this request is to identify cost-effective heating projects that will displace fossil fuels with sustainable wood and/or wood residues. The information from the Statements of Interest will be used to rank projects and determine which ones may receive further consideration for funding and/or other support.

2023 Application

Please read this letter for more information on eligibility and instructions for application. Download and fill out the Statement of Interest.

Letter with Eligibility and Instructions

Statement of Interest (Fillable)


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