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By Ben Muir 

Southeast power agency CEO updates Petersburg assembly on savings, water levels


PETERSBURG – The CEO of Southeast Alaska’s wholesale power provider stopped by an assembly meeting on Monday to update Petersburg on its projects and financial wins so far this year.

Trey Acteson, CEO of Southeast Alaska Power Agency, the primary electric provider for Wrangell, Petersburg and Ketchikan, explained multiple ways on how the organization is cutting costs, mostly from fighting strict regulatory proposals.

“As many of you know,” Acteson said, “I’m pretty active in that arena.”

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