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25 October 2021 / Alaska Public Media / Sabine Poux

A melting glacier could mean a chance for Alaska’s biggest hydroelectric project to expand

Fox River, Alaska, United States

The Dixon Glacier, on the other side of Kachemak Bay from Fitz Creek, is rapidly receding. That’s true for glaciers around Alaska, and the world. But what’s special about Dixon is it sits just a few miles from Bradley Lake, a source of hydropower that supplies the railbelt with about 10% of its energy needs.

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