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An Engine for Growth



Consisting of our state’s leading institutions and businesses, the Alaska Climate Tech Hub aims to make our region a global leader in developing, deploying, and commercializing technologies to solve climate change.

The hub focuses on nurturing a dynamic startup ecosystem, attracting investments, and removing barriers to tech-based economic development in Alaska. We believe our brightest path forward is lined with innovation, new energy resources, and good jobs for all Alaskans.

This collaborative effort will bring research insights out of the lab and into the marketplace, bolstering resilience locally and globally. The Climate Tech Hub offers the opportunity for changemakers to engage in impactful projects that will pivot Alaska from climate disaster to green economic growth.

Talent. We are supporting and developing a set of initiatives to develop, retain, and attract the brightest minds in climate tech.

Workforce and Policy. We map future needs to existing programs to identify gaps and pain points.

Investments. We work to bring VC, government, and philanthropic funding and funders of climate tech to Alaska.



We embrace a three-pronged strategy to lead in climate innovation:

We attract essential investments to fuel technology advancements.

We assist local businesses and Native corporations in commercializing sustainable technologies.

We strengthen our startup ecosystem, encouraging the development of new businesses focused on climate solutions.


The Alaska Climate Tech Hub is a consortium of more than twenty entities spanning economic development, education, tribal government, workforce development, and every manner of private sector firm.


We are led by Cook Inlet Tribal Council
and funded by the
U.S. Economic Development Administration



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