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2018 NSEDC Energy Subsidy Program Expected to Credit $712,425 to NJUS Customers

Photo: Matthew F. Smith, KNOM.
Photo: Matthew F. Smith, KNOM.

The Nome Joint Utility System (NJUS) Board unanimously passed one resolution during last night’s meeting.

Through resolution 18-04, the NJUS Board expressed appreciation to NSEDC for offering the 2018 Energy Subsidy Assistance Program on behalf of all utility customers.

An estimated 1,239 participants are expected to be eligible for a $575 subsidy per household, totaling to a potential subsidy of $712,425 for residential electrical customers.

NJUS’s regular meeting on Tuesday concluded with several board members such as David Barron, Pat Knodel, and Wes Perkins thanking NSEDC for the 2018 Energy Subsidy Assistance program.

The next meeting of the NJUS Board will take place at City Council Chambers on May 22nd at the new regular meeting time of 6pm, instead of 7:30pm.

Image at top: file photo: Matthew F. Smith, KNOM.

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