[Peninsula Clarion] It’s blowing in the wind. It’s the wave of the future. It’s in plants and fish and even garbage. So to speak, it’s there under our feet. Alternative energy is literally everywhere in Alaska, and can be tapped to supply a host of needs across the state and beyond. Alaska is poised to become a world leader in renewable energy, Chris Rose, director of the Renewable Energy Alaska Project, or REAP, told a noontime gathering Monday at Homer City Hall.