Fire Island Wind, LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cook Inlet Region, Inc. (CIRI). CIRI is an Alaska Native corporation based in Anchorage. It is one of the 12 Alaska-based regional corporations established by the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971 to benefit Alaska Native people who had ties to the Cook Inlet region. The company is owned by more than 8,800 shareholders, including members from all Alaska Native groups.
To support the social well-being of its shareholders and to contribute to its community, CIRI created a family of non-profit organizations that provide health care, housing, education, employment and other services. CIRI’s interests across Alaska and the United States represents a diverse portfolio of business operations and investments in sectors that include real estate, oilfield and construction services, energy development, environmental services, tourism and hospitality, government contracting and private equity and venture capital investments.
CIRI is Southcentral Alaska’s largest private landowner and has 1.3 million acres of subsurface estate available for responsible gas, oil, mineral and alternative development. For more information, visit www.CIRI.com.
CIRI Energy and Infrastructure
Harnessing nature’s power to energize communities
For centuries, our people have thrived in harmony with the forces of nature. Today, CIRI employs the latest technologies and finance strategies to harness the power of renewable energy in Alaska and the Lower 48. Our energy projects create jobs and economic activity while generating profits for shareholders and business partners. Whether renewable, alternative or traditional, CIRI approaches each venture with a philosophy of respect, honesty and working together to overcome challenges.