Power Plant overpaid for services

    Anchorage, Alaska (KINY) The Anchorage Assembly audit claims a Kenai Peninsula power plant owned by the state overpaid for commuter flights

    Anchorage's Municipal Light & Power buys electricity from the Bradley Lake Hydro Project, near Homer.  The audit reviewed a contract that provides funds for workers to be flown to the power plant.  The audit found the contract paid a fixed rate for double the flight hours actually used by workers.  The cost was then passed on to wholesale electricity customers like ML&P.

    The aviation contract is up for renewal next year.

     

     

          

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