ALAMEDA, Calif. — Alaska officials have nailed down their preferred location to build a $5 billion hydroelectric dam project that will require significant state subsidies and is also likely to utilize some form of municipal debt financing.

The Alaska Energy ­Authority chose a remote site on the Susitna River as its preferred location for a hydro project, and Gov. Sean Parnell quickly signaled his ­support.

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