Alaska Transportation Data for Alternative Fuels and Vehicles
Find transportation data and information about alternative fuels and advanced vehicles in Alaska, including laws and incentives, fueling stations, fuel prices, and more.
Laws and Incentives
laws and incentives in Alaska related to alternative fuels and advanced vehicles
Recent Additions and Updates
stations in Alaska with alternative fuels
|Biodiesel (B20 and above)||0||0|
|Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)||1||0|
|Electric (charging outlets)||67||2|
|Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)||0||0|
Clean Cities Coalitions
Clean Cities builds partnerships to advance alternative fuels and energy-efficient vehicle technologies through a national network of nearly 100 coalitions.
There are no coalitions in Alaska.
Transportation Fuel Consumption
Source: State Energy Data System based on beta data converted to gasoline gallon equivalents of petroleum (GGEs) for the transportation sector (which includes more than highway vehicles) from the U.S. Energy Information Administration
|Gasoline (million gallons/year)||273|
|Diesel (million gallons/year)||208|
|Electricity (thousand MWh/year)||6,416|
|Natural Gas (million cubic feet)||87,404|
|Conventional Power Plants||118|
|Generating Capacity (nameplate, MW)||1,791|
|Oil Refinery Capacity (bbl/day)||293,187|
|Renewable Power Plants||26|
|Renewable Power Plant Capacity (nameplate, MW)||444|
Source: Biofuels Atlas from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Regional Fuel Prices
Average fuel prices as of October 2020
|Fuel||West Coast Region||National Average|
|per unit sold||per GGE||per unit sold||per GGE|
|Natural Gas (CNG)||$2.50/GGE||$2.50/GGE||$2.18/GGE||$2.18/GGE|
Electricity Sources and Vehicle Emissions
Source: Energy Information Administration, Electricity Net Generation, Open Data API. Learn more about emissions from hybrid and plug-in electric vehicles.