Solstice Alaska Consulting

Grant Writing

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Solstice helped AVEC obtain a grant for a new electrical intertie between New Stuyahok (shown here) and Ekwok, Alaska.

Over the past four years, Solstice has written or had a major role in more than 28 successful grant applications. We’ve helped secure over $30 million for projects ranging from small boat harbor improvements to local government building energy upgrades to hydroelectric energy facility design and permitting. Solstice Alaska has a comprehensive approach to securing grant funding which includes prioritizing needs, fully describing priority projects, finding funding opportunities, and completing outstanding application packages. Our methodology has worked well for a variety of projects and clients.

For Solstice Alaska success means the proposals are funded, of course, but it also means that the grant’s outcomes are “doable”—well defined, realistic and achievable within the grant budget and timeline.

 

Sample Successful Grant Applications

Planning, design, and construction of various renewable energy projects in rural communities across Alaska.

Client: Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc. (AVEC)
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Old Harbor Hydroelectric Project

Client: The City of Old Harbor
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Purchase and installation of meter bases Gambell and Savoonga.

Client: Cities of Gambell and Savoonga
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Seward Marine Industrial Center Vessel Wash-Down and Wastewater Recycling Facility

Client: City of Seward
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New Stuyahok – Ekwok Intertie

Client: Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc. (AVEC)
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Matanuska–Susitna Borough Comprehensive Wetlands Management Plan and Wetlands Protection Ordinances

Client: Matanuska–Susitna Borough
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