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"I mean where does economics come into play here. Uh... and how is that going to be affected by the recovery of a few Sockeye in a few lakes in Idaho or some Chinook salmon in the Snake River basin. Barging commoditis on the Columbia River is a big business on the.  On the Lower Snake River, not so much I mean how do you balance that against the potential impact on a huge economy."
- from the film RedFish BlueFish
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Breaching Dam Myths Oregon Quarterly, Autumn 2000 by Ed Whitelaw
Power Hunting California Monthly, 11/5 by Steven Boyd Saum
Dam Arguments & Rebuttals Meeting w/ Helen Chenoweth notes by BlueFish
Case for Partially Removing 4 Dams Save Our Wild Salmon, April 1999 Columbia & Snake Campaign
NMFS Salmon Recovery Strategy Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/22/00 by Barry Espenson
Politics & Economic Concern The Indian Country, 10/20/00 by Cate Montana
Going With The Flow Executive Summary, 4/00 by NW Energy Coalition
Transportation Impacts Of Dam Breaching Port of Portland, 2/23/00 by Aaron Ellis
Grain Transportation After Partial Removal American Rivers, 9/99 by Dr. Edward Dickey
Economic Impact of Restored Fishery Economic Report, 7/99 by Don Reading
Court Battle Over ESA Salmon Listing Construction&Development, 5/99 by Jim Klauser
Salmon = Lawsuits Wheat Life, 7/3 by Glen Squires
Initial Phase of the Lower Granite Dam on Snake River is Completed February 1975 History Link, 4/24/6 by Phil Dougherty
The Lower Snake River Project History Link, 6/1/6 Essay 7774
Dam Removal Costs Analyzed BPA Journal, 4/7 by Staff
World's Most Dammed River Invermere Valley Echo, 8/19/7 by Staff
Why Lower Snake River Dam Removal is not in the Draft Wheat Life, 12/7 by WWC Staff
Why Not Include Removal of Four Lower Snake River Dams FCRPS Biological Opinion, 5/5/8 by NOAA Fisheries
Inside the Failure of $8 Billion Effort to Save Prized Fish Wall Street Journal, 9/19/6 by John J. Fialka
Downsizing the Government: Cutting the Army Corps of Engineers CATO Institute, March 2012 by Chris Edwards

2017 back to top
listen Managers Work to Keep Bonneville Dam Going Despite Fires KUOW, 9/7/17 by Anna King
Fire Causes Delays in Commercial Shipping The Columbian, 9/7/17 by Troy Brynelson
Wind Power Costs Could Drop 50%. Solar PV Could Provide up to 50% of Global Power VOX, 8/31/17 by David Roberts
Richland Nuclear Plant Running Again After 13 Days Offline Tri-City Herald, 9/3/17 by Annette Cary
Richland Nuclear Plant Shut Down Over Valve Problem Tri-City Herald, 8/22/17 by Wendy Culverwell
Rehab of Dworshak's Unit 3 Has its Share of Hiccups Clearwater Tribune, 8/16/17 by Elizabeth Morgan
DOE Announces New Round of Hydropower Plant Development Funding HydroWorld, 8/11/17 by Michael Harris
Heat Wave Shatters BPA Summer Power-use Record KTVZ, 8/4/17 by Staff
Bonneville Power Leaves Barriers to Renewables in Place Public News Service, 7/31/17 by Eric Tegethoff
Idaho Falls Power Proposes Rate Increase NW Fishletter, 8/7/17 by Laura Berg
County PUDs Prepare for Bonneville Rate Increases The Chronicle, 8/2/17 by Sean Bassinger
BPA Sets Rates for 2018-19; Includes Surcharge to Recover Costs Associated with Increased Spill Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/28/17 by Staff
Bonneville Raising Power Rates to Local Utilities KXRO, 7/26/17 by Staff
Portland Asking Hard Questions on Future in Containers Journal of Commerce, 7/27/17 by Bill Mongelluzzo
Wheat Prices 'Bounce Around' as Harvest Gets Underway Capital Press, 7/15/17 by Matthew Weaver
Smart Thermostats Get Thumbs Up from BPA BPA Newsroom, 6/12/17 by Staff
Energy Department Starts Tracking Rooftop Solar Power Houston Chronicle, 7/12/17 by Ryan Maye Handy
F&W Program 2016 Costs Drop to 25 Percent of BPA's Total Power-Related Costs NW Fishletter, 7/3/17 by Laura Berg
Conference of Mayors Calling for 100 Percent Renewable Energy in American Cities Renewable Energy World, 6/27/17 by Staff
Groups Push BPA to Drop Transmission Fee and Encourage Wind Development in Montana The Inlander, 6/20/17 by Samantha Wohlfeil
Fish Passage at Little Goose Dam Improves with Operational Changes NW Fishletter, 7/3/17 by Laura Berg
Dworshak Reservoir on Track for Early Fill as Snowpack Recedes Daily Fly, 6/20/17 by Mia Carlson
The Wet and Wild West: Northwest Hydro Sets Record Levels This Year S&P Global Platts, 6/29/17 by Kassia Micek
Is BPA Losing Its Competitive Edge? The Daily News, 6/24/17 by Marissa Luck
Bonneville may Increase Electricity Rates 5.5 Percent The Daily News, 6/19/17 by Marissa Luck
Idaho Groundwater Users Leery of Solar Power Development Capital Press, 6/14/17 by John O'Connell
Solar Plant Affirms DOE Land Transfer Tri-City Herald, 6/28/17 by Editorial Board
French Firm to Build State's Largest Solar Project North of Richland Tri-City Herald, 6/12/17 by Annette Cary
State's Largest Solar Project to be Built Near Richland U.S. News & World Reports, 6/12/17 by Associated Press
Wind Turbine; Shell Looks to 10-Gigawatt Projects Greentech Media, 6/7/17 by Stephen Lacey
Port of Longview Profits, Cargo Soar in First Quarter The Daily News, 5/30/17 by Marissa Luck
BPA Nixes Costly and Controversial I-5 Power Line Proposal The Oregonian, 5/23/17 by Ted Sickinger
BPA Power Line Plan Dropped Hood River News, 5/23/17 by Associated Press
New State Law Boosts Idaho Recharge Totals Capital Press, 5/24/17 by John O'Connell
More Recharge Projects Planned in Idaho Capital Press, 5/14/17 by Carol Ryan Dumas
Idaho to Exceed 250,000 acre-feet in Recharge Capital Press, 4/12/17 by John O'Connell
Columbia, Snake Dams Go to Summer Recreation Lock Schedule Monday Tri-City Herald, 5/13/17 by Annette Cary
Nevada Assembly Passes Solar-Energy Consumer Rights, Fees U.S. News & World Reports, 5/23/17 by Alison Noon
Arizona Utility Signs Game-changing Deal Cutting Solar Power Prices in Half Think Progress, 5/23/17 by Joe Romm
Solar Power to Threaten Conventional Power by 2020 Oil Price, 5/11/17 by Hyman and Tilles
Prognosis Negative: How California is Dealing with Below-Zero Power Market Prices Utility Dive, 5/11/17 by Herman K. Trabish
Epic Snow and Rain Help Salmon Now, But Conflicts with Hydropower Lie Ahead on Columbia Seattle Times, 5/7/17 by Hal Bernton
Big Water Mainstem: Runoff Supply Forecasts Continue to Rise at Columbia, Snake River Dams Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/14/17 by Staff
BPA's Fiscal Year 2017 Financial Outlook Improving Bonneville Power Administration, 5/1/17 by BPA Newsroom
Bond Sale Will Save BPA Ratepayers Millions of Dollars Bonneville Power Administration, 8/6/14 by BPA Newsroom
U.S. Hydropower Facing the Future The Columbian, 4/1/17 by Michael Harris
Massive Ships Threaten Portland's Container Export Prospects Capital Press, 4/28/17 by Mateusz Perkowski
Lower Monumental Monolith Repair Temporarily Closes Dam to Vehicle Crossings Daily Fly, 4/17/17 by Staff
BPA Unveils Plan to Ease Prineville's Power Crunch The Oregonian, 4/17/17 by Mike Rogoway
PUD Board Takes Second Look at Rate Changes The Dalles Chronicle, 4/11/17 by Roger Kline
BPA Stops Wind Power Generation for the First Time in 4 Years KUOW, 4/7/17 by Editor
Energy Northwest Deal Will Restructure the Power Utility's Debt Maturity Schedule The Bond Buyer, 4/6/17 by Kyle Glazier
Wind Turbine Maker Vestas Looks at Expanding into Energy Storage Yahoo! News, 4/6/17 by Stine Jacobsen
CAISO, BPA Ink Agreement to Ease Northwest EIM Transfers RTO Insider, 3/28/17 by Robert Mullin
Little Goose Lock Reopening Delayed Until April 11 Capital Press, 3/30/17 by Matthew Weaver
Corps: Faulty Work Will Keep Boaters from Passing Snake River Dam for Longer Tri-City Herald, 3/28/17 by Annette Cary
Ice Harbor Dam Lock Returns to Service Walla-Walla Union Bulletin, 3/25/17 by Staff
Mystery Solved. Ice Harbor Dam's Lock Reopens to Boats Tri-City Herald, 3/25/17 by Annette Cary
Granite & Lower Monumental Dam's Navigation Locks Reopen Early Daily Fly, 3/20/17 by Staff
Locks Remain Closed at 2 Snake River Dams Tri-City Herald, 3/20/17 by Annette Cary
Little Goose Navigation Lock Repairs Delayed Another Week Capital Press, 3/17/17 by Matthew Weaver
Little Goose Dam Navigation Lock Repairs Delayed Capital Press, 3/11/17 by Matthew Weaver
Dworshak Dam Discharge Flows Lowered to Reduce Flooding Impacts Downstream Daily Fly, 3/20/17 by Mia Carlson
Lewis County PUD Staff Describes Need for Rate Hikes The Chronicle, 3/9/17 by Aaron Kunkler
Balancing Act at Dworshak More Acute with Turbine Out of Service NW Fishletter, 3/20/17 by Laura Berg
Plans for Northern Idaho Dam Water Release Poses Threat to Fish KBOI, 3/6/17 by Associated Press
Lithium-Ion Pioneer Introduces New Battery That's Three Times Better Fortune, 3/5/17 by David Z. Morris
Research Shows Solar+Storage Has the Highest Benefit of Offsetting Utility Infrastructure Renewable Energy World, 3/6/17 by Casey Anderson
Nevada Solar Power Sees Major Growth in 2016 U.S. News & World Report, 3/9/17 by Associated Press
Amazon Launches Solar Energy Initiative on Fulfillment Center Rooftops Business Wire, 3/2/17 by Staff
SunPower Corp. Builds Solar Power Plant in Crook County, Oregon Area Development, 2/27/17 by Staff
New Solar Cell Discovery Laboratory News, 2/16/17 by Staff
Controlling Electron Spin Makes Water Splitting More Efficient Environmental News Network, 2/1/17 by Staff
For This Metal, Electricity Flows, But Not the Heat Berkeley Lab, 1/26/17 by Sarah Yang
Port Weighs Container Traffic Options Hellenic Shipping News, 3/1/17 by Capital Press
Razon-led ICTSI Ends Contract with Port of Portland The Rappler, 3/1/17 by Chrisee Dela Paz
Port of Portland Takes Back its Container Terminal The Maritime Executive, 2/28/17 by Staff
Port of Portland to Split with ICTSI, Seek New Life for Idled Shipping Terminal The Oregonian, 2/27/17 by Elliot Njus
Port of Portland Lands at No. 1 for Auto Exports on U.S. West Coast Amer. Journal of Transportation, 2/14/17 by Staff
Ice Harbor, Lower Monumental, Dworshak Dams Reclassified from 'Moderate Risk' to 'Low Risk' Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/3/17 by Staff
Dworshak Dam's Safety Rating Climbs Lewiston Tribune, 2/28/17 by Eric Barker
Closing Richland Nuclear Plant Would Be a Win for Ratepayers, Study Says The Oregonian, 2/18/17 by Ted Sickinger
Corps Races to Reopen Ice Harbor Locks Union-Bulletin, 2/3/17 by Staff
Excess Electricity Aids Aquifer Recharge Capital Press, 2/2/17 by Dianna Troyer
Emerging Grain-Related Project Cargoes Breakbulk, 1/30/17 by Lori Musser
The Port of Lewiston A New Year, Same Story Lewiston Tribune, 1/29/17 by Elaine Williams
Port of Portland Director Warns of Choke Point on Transportation The Daily Astorian, 1/25/17 by Edward Stratton
Tesla Needs Just Three Months to Complete World's Largest Grid Storage Facility Clean Technica, 1/31/17 by Steve Hanley
California's Grid Geeks: Mastering Kinetic Force GreenBiz, 1/27/17 by Gregory C. Staple
California's Grid Geeks: Flattening the 'Duck Curve' GreenBiz, 1/25/17 by Gregory C. Staple
Solar Panel Researchers Investigate Powering Trains by Bypassing Grid The Guardian, 1/10/17 by Business Green
Solar Project is Approved by Fresno County Supervisors Following Appeal Freson Bee, 1/10/17 by Marc Benjamin
In Less than a Decade, Solar Power Will Likely be the Cheapest Option Everywhere on Earth National Post, 1/3/17 by Shankleman & Martin
Can Smarter Solar Inverters Save the Grid? IEEE Spectrum, 10/20/16 by Benjamin Kroposki
Lewiston Port Gets Mixed News Lewiston Tribune, 1/12//17 by Elaine Williams
Port of Portland Subsidy Question Kicked to Oregon Supreme Court Capital Press, 1/4//17 by Mateusz Perkowski
Pulse Shippers Adapt to Loss of Container on Barge Option ID Farm Bureau Quarterly, 10/16 by John Thompson
Washington Nuclear Power Plant Sets Generation Record KVEW-TV, 1/7/17 by Chelsie Hadden
Richland Nuclear Plant Sets Generation Record Tri-City Herald, 1/4/17 by Annette Cary
Davos Founder Criticizes Populism, Wants Urgent Reform on Capitalism CNBC, 1/11/17 by Gemma Acton
2016 back to top
Richland Nuclear Plant Reconnects to the Grid Tri-City Herald, 12/25/16 by Wendy Culverwell
Richland Nuclear Power Plant to Restart Within Days Tri-City Herald, 12/21/16 by Annette Cary
Richland Nuclear Plant Shuts Down After Equipment Malfunction The Oregonian, 12/21/16 by Samantha Matsumoto
Energy Northwest: Nuclear Power Plant Shut Down Unexpectedly Tri-City Herald, 12/18/16 by Staff
Clearwater Paper Plans to Use New Lewiston Dock to Unload Sawdust Lewiston Tribune, 12/14/16 by Elaine Williams
Wheat Prices Will Remain Low in 2017, Analysts Predict Capital Press, 12/30/16 by Matthew Weaver
Wheat Exports Ride on Pacific Northwest's Reputation for Quality Capital Press, 12/18/16 by Eric Mortenson
Farmers Rely on Overseas Customers to Buy Crops, Boost Prices Capital Press, 12/15/16 by Carol Ryan Dumas
Experts Predict Continued Down Grain Markets in 2017 Capital Press, 12/12/16 by John O'Connell
Washington Farmer Wins National Wheat Yield Contest Capital Press, 12/2/16 by Matthew Weaver
Idaho Wheat Production Rebounds Because of Record Yields Capital Press, 10/31/16 by Sean Ellis
Idaho Power Seeks to Negate Fish-passage Law The Bend Bulletin, 12/12/16 by Keith Ridler
Lower Granite to be Shut to Vehicle Crossings Tuesday Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 12/11/16 by Staff
Solar Looks to Outpace Natural Gas and Wind Scientific American, 12/27/16 by Bobby Magill
Solar Energy Centers Commissioned for Southern CA: NextEra Energy Resources Santa Monica Observer, 12/14/16 by Staff
Solar Power Plant in Nevada Commissioned to Serve California 89.3 KPCC, 12/9/16 by Staff
BPA Rate Proposal Focuses on Cost Management, Maintaining Value BPA Journal, 12/16 by Staff
Movement Seeks to Bring Back Flood Irrigation in Some Areas Capital Press, 11/23/16 by John O'Connell
Odessa Subarea Seeks More Funding for Water Expansion Capital Press, 11/4/16 by Matthew Weaver
Irrigation District, Development League Continue Work, Seek Funding Capital Press, 10/30/16 by Matthew Weaver
League Seeks Funding to Reduce Odessa Irrigation Water Costs Capital Press, 10/24/16 by Matthew Weaver
Ag Industry Gears Up for 14-week River Closure Capital Press, 11/30/16 by Matthew Weaver
Lower Monumental Dam Crossing to Close for Work Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 11/29/16 by Staff
Dam Repairs Mean it's Time for Trade-Offs Lewiston Tribune, 10/17/16 by Eric Barker
PMA, ILWU Talk Contract Extension to Avoid Repeat of Port Slowdown Dan Wheat, 11/4/16 by Dan Wheat
Port of Portland: Future of Terminal Remains Murky Construction Equip. Guide, 11/25/16 by Njus & Hammill
A Hydropower Project Flows Through Port of Vancouver USA Amer. Journal of Transportation, 11/20/16 by Robert L. Wallack
Dworshak Dam Changed Economy Clearwater Tribune, 11/16/16 by Staff
Bonneville Power Releases Initial Rate Proposal for 2018, 2019 Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/18/16 by Staff
PUD Mulls 5% Rate Hike The Dalles Chronicle, 11/18/16 by Neita Cecil
Bonneville Proposes 3.5 Percent Rate Hike The Daily News, 11/10/16 by Marissa Luck
BPA Makes U.S. Treasury Payment on Time for 33rd Consecutive Year BPA Journal, 11/16 by Staff
BPA Makes U.S. Treasury Payment of $1.9 Billion for FY 2016, Largest Ever Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/7/16 by Staff
Cloud-Tracking Cameras to Tackle Dips in Solar Power Output The Guardian, 11/9/16 by Michael Slezak
BLM Sells 14 Geothermal Power Leases in Nevada, Four in Utah Renewable Energy World, 11/2/16 by Andrew Burger
With Shipping on the Decline, Opportunity Arises to Save Salmon Earthjustice Blog, 10/6/16 by Rebecca Bowe
Nuclear Energy Promoted as Part of Nation's Low-carbon Future Tri-City Herald, 10/27/16 by Annette Cary
Micro-nuclear Power Plants Gaining Acceptance Mining.com, 10/20/16 by Chelsea Mendez
Wind, Solar Power Plants Cheaper Than Coal in a Decade Mining.com, 10/11/16 by Frik Els
Winds of Change: How the Industry Can Continue Wind Power's Boom Into the 2020s Utility Dive, 11/1/16 by Herman Trabish
Weather Boosts PNW Wheat Production Capital Press, 10/4/16 by Matthew Weaver
Cloud Seeding Study Planned in Idaho's Payette Range Capital Press, 10/3/16 by John O'Connell
Baseload vs. Flexibility: Standing the Traditional Generation Model on its Head Clean Edge, 10/1/16 by Clint Wilder
Solar Projects Set to Add Energy to Power Grid Connections, 9/16 by Staff
Community Solar Installation Will Add to Customer Choices Connections, 9/16 by Staff
Washington's Big Dam Climate Nightmare Seattle Weekly, 10/5/16 by Brett Cihon
Hydropower Isn't Carbon Neutral After All, WSU Researchers Say Seattle Times, 9/28/16 by Lynda V. Mapes
Oh Great -- Scientists Just Confirmed a Key New Source of Greenhouse Gases Washington Post, 9/28/16 by Chris Mooney
Longshoremen Oppose Defunct Subsidy Program Capital Press, 10/7/16 by Mateusz Perkowski
Port of Portland: Mega-Ship Era Casualty Port Technology, 9/23/16 by Staff
Portland Container Shipping Faces Broad Challenges Capital Press, 9/22/16 by Mateusz Perkowski
Work Underway at Ice Harbor Dam KAPP-TV, 9/26/16 by Dennis Shannon
Ice Harbor Dam Repair to Slow Passage Through Lock Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 9/25/16 by Staff
United Grain Pledges $9 Million to Plans for Upgrades in Oregon's Wheat Country KATU, 9/27/16 by Associated Press
From Nuclear to Solar Power KXTV, 9/29/16 by Adam Christy
Permit Approved for Drilling on Federal Land in Idaho's Raft River Geothermal Area Renewable Energy World, 9/20/16 by Staff
US EIA Paper Shows Promise of Geothermal, Need for National Effort Renewable Energy World, 9/16/16 by Karl Gawell
As Renewable Energy Grows, So Does the Need to Manage Demand for Power Wall Street Journal, 9/13/16 by Bill Spindle
New Simulations of Wind Power Generation Eureka Alert!, 9/6/16 by Eth Zurich
How Storm Predictions Help Dams Keep Reservoirs Full GreenBiz, 6/29/16 by Matt Weiser
Facing Stricter Climate Goals, California Passes 4 Bills to Boost Energy Storage Utility Dive, 9/2/16 by Robert Walton
Snohomish PUD Lands $3.5 Million Clean Energy Grant SC News, 9/20/16 by Staff
Energy Northwest Plans Richland Solar Facility Bristol Herald Courier, 9/6/16 by Associated Press
Energy Northwest Plans Richland Solar Center, with Storage and Training Tri-City Herald, 9/4/16 by Annette Cary
U.S. DOE Awards $20 Million for MHK Systems HydroWorld, 9/1/16 by Elizabeth Ingram
Port, State Officials Discussed Letting Hanjin Walk Before Increasing Incentive Package The Oregonian, 9/22/16 by Luke Hammill
Port of Portland's Path to Idle Container Terminal Began with Shift in Philosophy The Oregonian, 9/18/16 by Njus & Hammill
Hanjin Shipping Line Files for Bankruptcy The Oregonian, 8/31/16 by Elliot Njus
Idaho Power Prices Among the Lowest in the Region Connections, 7/16 by Staff
New Hydro Unit at 10.2-MW Black Canyon Dam in Idaho One Step Closer to Reality Hydroworld, 6/28/16 by Elizabeth Ingram
Retiring Coal Plants Means NW Will Need More Generation to Lower Chance of Power Shortfall Columbia Basin Bulletin, 8/26/16 by Columbia Basin Bulletin
PUD Getting State Funds for Clean Energy Technologies Everett Herald, 8/18/16 by Staff
Washington State Awards Money for Two Public Utility Microgrids MicroGrid Knowledge, 8/18/16 by Elisa Wood
Washington Commits $12.6M to Grid Modernization Effort Utility Dive, 8/22/16 by Robert Walton
Solar Energy Takes Root in the Flathead Flathead Beacon, 9/1/16 by Molly Priddy
Clients Would Help Build 'Community Solar Project' Argus Observer, 7/25/16 by Keith Ridler
Largest University Solar Power Project Pushes UC Toward Carbon Neutrality Univ. of California News, 8/19/16 by Andy Murdock
watch A New Crop is Now Growing in Idaho: Solar Energy Idaho Statesman, 7/25/16 by Cynthia Sewell
Intalco Aluminum Smelter Celebrates 50th Year, But Will it Last Another 50? Bellingham Herald, 8/14/16 by Dean Kahn
DOE: NW Has Little New Potential Left In Undeveloped Stream Reaches Columbia Basin Bulletin, 8/9/16 by Staff
Building on a Legay Resource Utility Dive, 8/5/16 by Gillian Charles
California Freeways to Go Greener by Generating Electricity Care2, 8/9/16 by Laura Goldman
Bonneville Already Projecting Electricity Rate Increase for 2018 The Daily News, 8/9/16 by Marissa Luck
Idaho Growers Reporting Strong Wheat Harvest Capital Press, 7/28/16 by John O'Connell
Despite a Better Wheat Outlook This Year, Issues Cloud the Horizon Capital Press, 6/27/16 by JEric Mortenson
PGG Sells Grain Assets to United Grain Corporation Capital Press, 6/14/16 by George Plavin
Solar Cell Sucks Up CO2 and Spits Burnable Fuel Out the Other Side GizMag, 7/29/16 by Nick Lavars
Grounded Bulk Carrier Sustained Significant Damage to Bottom The Daily Astorian, 3/22/16 by Staff
East Washington Terminals Save Farmers Money Capital Press, 12/3/15 by Matthew Weaver
Bridge Trouble Closes Little Goose Dam to Vehicles Tri-City Herald, 7/20/16 by Staff
Work to Delay Traffic Crossing Lower Granite Dam Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 7/19/16 by Staff
Clean Energy Continues to Grow as Emissions Decline GreenBiz, 7/15/16 by Bobby Magill
Obama Announces Plans to Increase Solar Energy to Low-income Households UPI, 7/20/16 by Allen Cone
Clients Would Help Build 'Community Solar Project' Argus Observer, 7/19/16 by Keith Ridler
Here Comes the Sun: US Solar Power Market Hits All-Time High The Guardian, 6/28/16 by Matt Weiser
System Converts Solar Heat into Usable Light,
Increasing Solar Cell's Overall Efficiency
Phys.org, 5/24/16 by David L. Chandler
PUD Candidates Try to Crack Code of Rising Rates The Daily News, 6/27/16 by Marissa Luck
FY 2015 Fish And Wildlife Program Costs Reported Two Ways NW Fishletter, 6/6/16 by Laura Berg
Former Legislator Seeks to Bring Traffic Back to Port Portland Tribune, 6/26/16 by Jake Bartman
Energy Storage Market to Equal Rooftop Solar by 2028 Renewable Energy World, 6/13/16 by Anna Hirtenstein
As Solar Energy Heats Up, NorthWestern Tries to Eclipse Movement Billings Gazette, 6/10/16 by Tom Lutey
Army Corps Attempts to Engineer Salmon Recovery The Drake, 6/8/16 by Brett Wedeking
FERC Lets DER Aggregate into Cal-ISO Markets Power Markets Today, 6/3/16 by Staff
Seattle City Council Passes Resolution Opposing Nuclear Power Tri-City Herald, 6/1/16 by Annette Cary
Despite Cheap Oil, Renewables Power Ahead for Record Year U.S. News & World Report, 6/1/16 by Alan Neuhauser
Renewable Resources Set New Records in US Electricity Generation in 1Q16 Renewable Energy World, 5/27/16 by Kenneth Bossong
Corps Makes Tours of Lower Granite Dam Available Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 5/31/16 by Staff
April Heat Produces Dramatic PNW Snowmelt Capital Press, 5/13/16 by Staff
Voith Hydro Wins Rehab Contract at Ice Harbor Project, US Intl. Water Power, 5/16/16 by Staff
New Turbines at Ice Harbor Dam Aims to Improve Fish Passage Yakima Herald, 5/14/16 by Associated Press
Ice Harbor Gets 150 Tons of Fish-friendly Stainless Steel Tri-City Herald, 5/13/16 by Annette Cary
Port of Portland Faces Challenges, Opportunities, Director says in Albany Visit Albany Democrat-Herald, 5/30/16 by Alex Paul
listen What's a Port Without Container Shipping? Oregon Public Broadcasting, 5/26/16 Davidson & Raymond
Portland Shipping Woes Result of Global Shakeout The Mail Tribune, 5/25/16 by Greg Stiles
Restoration of Container Services to Portland Hinges on Labor Journal of Commerce, 5/24/16 by Bill Mongelluzzo
State-ownership Not the Solution for Portland Port Strategy, 5/24/16 by Staff
Port of Portland Loses Last Container Ship Service Wall Street Journal, 5/19/16 by Erica E. Phillips
Portland Port's Container Future Uncertain After Last Service Exits Journal of Commerce, 5/19/16 by Reynolds Hutchins
Westwood Shipping, Last Remaining Terminal 6 Carrier, Leaving Port of Portland The Oregonian, 5/18/16 by Luke Hammill
Port of Portland Loses its Only Remaining Container Service Portland Business Journal, 5/18/16 by James Cronin
Shipping Authority Seeks to 'Adopt' Portland Port Strategy, 5/12/16 by Staff
Here's Why Portland Won't Get New Shipping Container Service Anytime Soon Portland Business Journal, 5/9/16 by James Cronin
Idaho Funds Treasure Valley Aquifer Model Capital Press, 6/23/16 by John O'Connell
Recharging Idaho's Economic Future Capital Press, 5/27/16 by John O'Connell
Irrigators Step Up Cloud Seeding Support Capital Press, 5/26/16 by John O'Connell
Idaho Growers Propose Irrigation and Recharge Pipeline Capital Press, 4/19/16 by John O'Connell
Most Precipitation Evaporates or Returns to Ground Capital Press, 4/14/16 by Mateusz Perkowski
State Falls Short of Recharge Goal, But Develops New Infrastructure Capital Press, 4/13/16 by John O'Connell
Tribes Ratify Long-Term Water Lease with IGWA Capital Press, 5/9/16 by John O'Connell
Alcoa Reaches Power Accord to Avoid Washington Smelter Cuts Bloomberg, 5/2/16 by Sonja Elmquist
San Francisco Mandates Solar on All New Buildings 10 Stories or Less Environmental News Net, 5/31/16 by Triple Pundit
Franklin PUD Community Solar Making Power, Shade Tri-City Herald, 5/25/16 by Annette Cary
Ashland Institutions, Residents, Take Strides Toward Solar Power Ashland Daily Tidings, 5/17/16 by Caitlin Fowlkes
Prince Quietly Helped Oakland Solar Projects East Bay Times, 5/12/16 by Mark Hedin
These 10 States are Leading the US in Solar Energy Tech Insider, 5/10/16 by Harrington Gould
Santa Monica Approves Solar Requirement for New Construction Renewable Energy World, 5/3/16 by Editorial Board
Solar Energy Surge in Washington Leads to Reduced Incentives KUOW, 4/14/16 by Tom Banse
EPRI, Seattle City Light, BPA Host Workshop to Boost Server-room Efficiency BPA Journal, 5/16 by Staff
BPA Expecting Normal Water Year Operations BPA Journal, 5/16 by Staff
Small Turbines can Outperform Conventional Wind Farms, with No Bird Kill Forbes, 4/29/16 by Jeff McMahon
Richland, Energy Northwest Project Shows Promise to Cut Power Costs Tri-City Herald, 4/24/16 by Annette Cary
Lower Monumental Dam Repairs Underway Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 4/18/16 by Andy Porter
Turbine Lifted to Allow Repairs at Lower Monumental Dam Tri-City Herald, 4/15/16 by Staff
listen Nuclear Developer Details Timeline for Trailblazing Reactor Debut in Idaho NW Public Radio, 4/14/16 by Tom Banse
Federal Dams and Preliminary Permits JD Supra Business Advisor, 4/11/16 by Todd Griset
New Ferndale Smelter Energy Deal Made to Benefit Both BPA, Alcoa Bellingham Herald, 4/13/16 by Dave Gallagher
Alcoa in Power Deal that may Keep Intalco Aluminum Plant Open Reuters, 4/13/16 by Josephine Mason
Intalco Aluminum Smelter in Ferndale may Stay Open Bellingham Herald, 4/12/16 by Dave Gallagher
Alcoa Hiring Temporary Employees for Ferndale Smelter Work Bellingham Herald, 2/28/16 by Dave Gallagher
Port of Portland Budgets for 17.4 Percent Dip in Marine Revenue Amid Labor Strife The Oregonian, 4/11/16 by Luke Hammill
Barge-Rail Effective, Draws Additional Trains to Portland Port Marine Link, 4/8/16 by Joseph R. Fonseca
More Than $500,000 in Savings Identified in Council Fish and Wildlife Program NW Fishletter, 4/4/16 by Laura Berg
Study Addresses Economics of Dams Idaho Mountain Express, 3/30/16 by Staff
Nuclear Power Plant Near Richland Operating Again Tri-City Herald, 3/31/16 by Annette Cary
Washington State's Only Nuclear Power Plant Unexpectedly Shut Down CBS News, 3/29/16 by Associated Press
Nuclear Power Plant Near Richland Unexpectedly Shut Down Tri-City Herald, 3/28/16 by Annette Cary
Firm Could Turn 'Straw Into Gold' Post Register, 3/24/16 by Kathy Corgatelli NeVille
US Considers 800-MW Floating Wind Farm in California Renewable Energy World, 3/24/16 by Brian Eckhouse
Google Buys More Land in The Dalles Washington Times, 3/24/16 by Mike Rogoway
Google to Expand Data Center in The Dalles KGW, 3/24/16 by Staff
Voith wins Corps Contract for Ice Harbor Hydropower Plant Turbine Rehab Work HydroWorld, 3/14/16 by Michael Harris
BPA Fish and Wildlife Future Holds Promise and Uncertainty NW Fishletter, 3/7/16 by Laura Berg
Judge Dismisses Suit Against Snake River Dredging NW Fishletter, 3/7/16 by Laura Berg
Moving Salmon Via a Whooshh Pressurized Tube NW Fishletter, 3/7/16 by Laura Berg
Annual Lock Closure on Columbia-Snake Rivers Starts Saturday Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 3/4/16 by Staff
Columbia, Snake Dam Locks Closing for Maintenance Tri-City Herald, 3/3/16 by Staff
Global Forces Shifting the Ground Under Wheat Trade Wall Street Journal, 3/8/16 by Kanthchev & Ballard
Analyst: Strong Dollar, Large Supply Keep Wheat, Corn Prices Low Capital Press, 3/7/16 by Matthew Weaver
Low Wheat Prices to Continue, Economist Says Capital Press, 2/4/16 by Matthew Weaver
Oregon Delivers Huge Clean Energy Win GreenBiz.com, 3/9/16 Noah Long and Angus Duncan
Oregon Legislature Passes 50 Percent Renewable Portfolio Standard Renewable Energy World, 3/7/16 by Jennifer Delony
New US Generating Capacity in January is from Wind, Solar Renewable Energy World, 3/7/16 by Kenneth Bossong
Wind Power Will Soon Surpass Hydro as the Largest Source of Clean Energy in the US Renewable Energy World, 2/29/16 by Jennifer Runyon
Solar Power Growth Expected to Accelerate in 2016, Companies to Add 16 GW of New Panels International Business Times, 3/9/16 by Avaneesh Pandey
Big Cargo Ship in Seattle Signals Big Stakes as Nation's Ports Compete Seattle Times, 2/29/16 by Janet I. Tu
Port of Pasco may Sell Crane, End Container Business Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 2/28/16 by Wendy Culverwell
Former Oregon Lawmaker Proposes Fix for Portland Shipping The Oregonian, 2/19/16 by Associated Press
Former Politician Proposes Oregon Container Shipping Authority East Oregonian, 2/18/16 by George Plaven
End of the Line for the Palen Solar Project KCET, 2/11/16 by Chris Clarke
Little Goose Dam Lock to Close (for inspections) Thursday Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 2/10/16 by Staff
$8 Million Upgrades Set at Ice Harbor, LoMo Dam Locks Tri-City Herald, 2/7/16 by Staff
Contracts Awarded for Dam Lock Repairs Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 2/2/16 by Andy Porter
Judge Rules Against Environmentalists on Snake River Dredging Capital Press, 2/11/16 by Matthew Weaver
Oral Arguments in Federal Court Over Lower Snake River Dredging Set for Feb. 2 Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/29/16 by Staff
BPA Puts Modernized Celilo Converter Station into Service, Tames High Volumes of Power Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/22/16 by Staff
Nevada Will Move All Solar Customers to New Rates Reuters, 2/13/16 by Nichola Groom
PG&E Seeks to Expand Solar Power The Hanford Sentinel, 2/9/16 by Staff
Solar Energy Jobs Expand in Oregon Jefferson Public Radio, 1/31/16 by Staff
Solar Panel Costs Predicted to Fall 10% a Year The Guardian, 1/26/16 by Megan Darby
Energy Department Announces $18 Million to Develop Solar Energy Storage Solutions Electrical Construction & Maint. 1/21/16 by Staff
Alcoa official: Cheap Power Could Keep Ferndale Smelter Open Bellingham Herald, 1/25/16 by Dave Gallagher
Alcoa Delays Curtailment of Intalco Smelter Until End of Second Quarter Reuters, 1/19/16 Rukmangadhan & Patnaik
Portland Dock Work Wanes, But Pay Doesn't Capital Press, 1/13/16 by Molly Harbarger
Portland Longshore Workers Paid $1.2 Million to Not Work at Port of Portland The Oregonian, 1/12/16 by Molly Harbarger
New Wheat Buyer Enters Idaho Market Capital Press, 1/7/16 by John O'Connell
U.S. Wheat Applauds WTO End to Export Subsidies Capital Press, 1/4/16 by Matthew Weaver
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Idaho Poised for Solar Energy Boom Capital Press, 12/31/15 by John O'Connell
Idaho's Energy Future: Less Coal, Uncertain Hydro Post Register, 12/28/15 by Luke Ramseth
Bulging Global Wheat Supply, Strong Dollar Impact U.S. Growers Capital Press, 12/22/15 by Matthew Weaver
Port of Portland Labor Dispute Created Far-reaching Problems Albany Democrat-Herald, 12/28/15 by Alex Paul
NLRB Rules Longshore Union Broke Labor Laws Jefferson Public Radio, 12/22/15 by Conrad Wilson
State, Port Officials Work on Export Solutions, Still Courting Shipping Lines The Oregonian, 12/19/15 by Molly Harbarger
Portland Container Terminal Operator Courts 4 Shipping Partners Portland Business Journal, 12/11/15 by James Cronin
listen Legume Farmers Feel the Squeeze from Oregon's Port Feud Oregon Public Broadcasting, 9/1/15 by Conrad Wilson
Lower Salmon Dam Gets a Makeover Twin Times-News, 12/3/15 by Tetona Dunlap
EWEB to Vote on Rate Increase KVAL, 12/4/15 by Staff
Longshoremen Cited for Unfair Labor Practices Capital Press, 12/8/15 by Mateusz Perkowski
ICTSI Oregon Scores Again vs Portland Port Labor Unions Manila Bulletin, 12/6/15 by James Loyola
ILWU Guilty of Federal Labour Violations Port Strategy, 12/4/15 by Staff
Federal Labor Board Affirms Ruling Against ILWU for Coercion of Portland Terminal Journal of Commerce, 12/4/15 by Bill Mongelluzzo
ID Senator Tries to Stop Labor Slowdowns after Container Terminal Woes Voice Observer, 12/18/15 by Gregory Rogers
New Problems, Same Solution at Port The Oregonian, 12/17/15 by Editorial Board
A Look Behind the Gates at Portland's (mostly) Idle Container Terminal (Photos) Portland Business Journal, 12/17/15 by James Cronin
Port of Portland's Marine Terminal Shipments Plummet Year Over Year Portland Business Journal, 11/20/15 by James Cronin
Container Traffic Picks Up at Port Lewiston Tribune, 12/10/15 by Associated Press
Port of Portland Subsidizes Lewiston Container Service Bend Bulletin, 12/5/15 by Associated Press
Port of Portland Subsidizes Lewiston-to-Portland Container Service The Oregonian, 12/4/15 by Molly Harbarger
A Solution for Inland Farmers Struggling with Port of Portland Problems Oregon Business, 12/2/15 by Jacob Palmer
New Shipping Option Gives NW Farmers a Break Oregon Public Broadcasting, 12/1/15 by Conrad Wilson
Barge and Rail Service Helps Connect PNW Exporters to Asia Journal of Commerce, 12/1/15 by Bill Mongelluzzo
watch Container Shipments into the Port of Lewiston is Good News for the Economy KLEW TV, 12/1/15 by Suzette Reynoso
New Shipping Option Gives Northwest Farmers a Break Oregon Public Broadcasting, 12/1/15 by Conrad Wilson
Barge-Rail Service on Upper Columbia, Snake Rivers Marine Link, 12/1/15 by Joseph R. Fonseca
New Deal Brings Container Service Back to Lewiston Capital Press, 11/30/15 by Matthew Weaver
Shippers Still Harbor Hopes for Port of Portland Service Journal of Commerce, 11/30/15 by Mateusz Perkowski
New Barge Service Provides Much-Needed Relief for Oregon Exporters Portland Business Journal, 11/30/15 by James Cronin
Expert: Shippers Haven't Abandoned Hopes for Port of Portland -- Yet Capital Press, 11/18/15 by Mateusz Perkowski
Container Traffic to Resume at Northern Idaho Port KIRO 7, 11/12/15 by Associated Press
BPA Makes 32nd Consecutive Annual U-S Treasury Payment on Time and in Full Energy News Feed, 10/7/15 by Joel Myer
Port of Newport Receives $2 Million for Facility to Serve Oregon Agricultural Producers The Oregonian, 10/29/15 by Molly Harbarger
U.S. Extends Bidding to Install New-design Turbines at 603-MW Ice Harbor Hydro Project HydroWorld, 10/10/15 by Staff
Navy Contractor To Use Lewiston Port Dock Lewiston Tribune, 9/30/15 by Elaine Williams
Study Shows Excessive Foreign Farm Support Costing U.S. Wheat East Oregonian, 9/14/15 by George Plaven
Thresher Pilots 'Act of God' Clause for Wheat East Oregonian, 7/10/15 by John O'Connell
Another Step Taken Toward Bringing Water to Odessa Subarea Capital Press, 9/14/15 by Matthew Weaver
listen Farmers Lose Out During Harvest with Portland Containers Service Gone Northwest Public Radio, 9/8/15 by Conrad Wilson
Port's Problems Shift Attention to Trucks, Railroads The Oregonian, 8/29/15 by Editorial Board
Yes, There are More Trucks on Our Freeways The Columbian, 8/28/15 by Eric Florip
Traffic Hits Braking Point The Columbian, 8/26/15 by Editorial Board
U.S. Seeks Stoplogs for Ice Harbor and Little Goose Hydro Projects HydroWorld, 10/21/15 by Staff
U.S. Seeks Fish Counting at Eight Columbia, Snake River Hydro Projects HydroWorld, 10/12/15 by Staff
Andritz to Rewind Unit 3 at Corps' Dworshak Hydropower Plant HydroWorld, 10/1/15 by Michael Harris
U.S. Seeks Bids to Install New-design Turbines at Ice Harbor Hydro Project HydroWorld, 9/10/15 by Staff
Corps Awards Contract for Floating Barrier at Lower Monumental Hydropower Plant HydroWorld, 9/10/15 by Michael Harris
HCMS Wins Contract tor Turbine Hub Rehab Work at Lower Granite Hydropower Plant HydroWorld, 9/9/15 by Staff
U.S. Again Extends Bidding for HVAC Upgrades at Lower Granite Dam Hydro Project HydroWorld, 9/8/15 by Staff
U.S. Seeks Firms for Fish Counting at Eight Columbia, Snake River Hydro Projects HydroWorld, 7/16/15 by Staff
New Solar Panel Product to Reduce Costs Up To 10% Los Angeles Times, 10/25/15 by Ivan Penn
Researchers Develop Cool Way to Improve Solar Cell Efficiency Digital Trends, 9/24/15 by Kelly Hodgkins
Government to Spend Millions on Solar Power Research Climate Central, 9/16/15 by Staff
Why Storing Solar Energy and Using It at Night is Closer Than You Think Washington Post, 9/16/15 by Chris Mooney
Obama Pledges $120M Toward Solar Power, Clean Energy The Hill, 9/16/15 by Timothy Cama
Solar-Power Sharing Programs May Be Poised to Take Off Wall Street Journal, 9/13/15 by Cassandra Sweet
Solar Power Today and its Potential for the Future Huffington Post, 9/14/15 by Peter D. Rosenstein
Solar Energy is Poised for Yet Another Record Year Washington Post, 9/9/15 by Chris Mooney
SMUD Approves Solar Power Array on 62 Acres of Rancho Seco Site Sacramento Bee, 9/9/15 by Mark Glover
PUD to Launch Community Solar Project The Daily News, 9/9/15 by Marissa Luck
Kettleman Solar Project Fires Up Electricity for Bay Area Fresno Bee, 9/1/15 by Tim Sheehan
Obama Joins the Nevada Political Fray Over Rooftop Solar Energy Las Vegas Review-Journal, 8/28/15 by Sean Whaley
Yeloha Connects Roof Owners with Those Who Want Renewable Energy and Vice Versa PSFK, 8/28/15 by Leo Lutero
California Achieves New Utility-Scale Solar Energy Generation Peak of 6.391 GW Clean Technica, 8/29/15 by James Ayre
San Diego Gas & Electric Hits Renewables Peak of 1 GW on August 19 The Oregonian, 8/26/15 by Tsvetomira Tsanova
Small Nukes: a Long-term Prospect for Tri-Cities? Crosscut, 8/18/15 by John Stang
GE to Build its Largest Battery Storage System in California Bloomberg Business, 8/20/15 by Chris Martin
The U.S. Just Approved One of the World's Biggest Solar Power Plants Yahoo News, 8/24/15 by Todd Woody
watch Obama Flies to the Nevada Desert to Promote Solar Energy New York Times, 8/24/15 by Gardiner Harris
Hanford Dairy Has Solar Energy Farm Installed KFSN, 8/24/15 by Staff
Obama Adds $1 Billion in Loan Guarantees to Boost Clean Energy Bloomberg Business, 8/24/15 by Mike Dorning
Regions: The Key to Unlocking a Renewable Energy Future GreenBiz, 8/10/15 by Carl Zichella
Richland Nuclear Plant Increases Electricity Output Capacity Tri-City Herald, 8/11/15 by Annette Cary
U.S. Sets Site Visit for Installation of New-Design Turbines at Ice Harbor Hydro Project HydroWorld, 8/24/15 by PennWell
U.S. Seeks Floating Bulkhead for Little Goose Hydro Project HydroWorld, 8/17/15 by Staff
U.S. Seeks HVAC Upgrades at Lower Granite Dam HydroWorld, 8/12/15 by Staff
Firm Sought to Study Salmon Survival Through New-design Turbines at Ice Harbor HydroWorld.com, 8/3/15 by Staff
Testing to Improve Fish Passage Through the Ice Harbor Turbines HydroWorld.com, 5/20/15 by Foust, J.M., et al
Managing Columbia River Water Resources In Hot, Dry Year is Balancing Act NW Fishletter, 8/11/15 by Laura Berg
Power Plant CO2 Emissions at 27 Year Low Environmental News Net, 8/11/15 by Kevin Mathews
Bill Would Allow Governors to End Port Slowdowns Capital Press, 8/7/15 by Joseph Gallivan
Port of Kalama Approves $900,000 Dredging Contract at TEMCO Terminal The Daily News, 8/15/15 by Marissa Luck
Vancouver Welcomes Freight Congestion Relief Project Portland Business Journal, 8/11/15 by Andy Giegerich
Supersized Cargo Skips Small Ports Wall Street Journal, 8/3/15 by Erica E. Phillips
listen Producers Seek Solutions for Portland's Shipping Crisis Oregon Public Broadcasting, 8/3/15 by Phoebe Flanigan
Container Ship Docks Briefly at Port of Portland Portland Tribune, 8/3/15 by Joseph Gallivan
Port of Portland Needs a Fix Bend Bulletin, 8/2/15 by Editorial Board
Co-op's Huge Riverside Terminal Handles Wheat Harvest Capital Press, 7/27/15 by George Plaven
Japanese Millers Follow Northwest Wheat Harvest Capital Press, 7/7/15 by Matthew Weaver
Northwest Co-ops Face 7.1 Percent Power Rate Hike Electric Co-op Today, 7/27/15 by Steven Johnson
New Material Combines Photons for Big Solar Energy Gains Extreme Tech, 7/28/15 by Graham Templeton
Where is Solar Power Headed? Phys.org, 7/22/15 by Renee Cho
Energy Northwest Plant Back to Full Power Tri-City Herald, 7/23/15 by Annette Cary
Council Moves Forward on Nuclear Power Option St. George News, 7/23/15 by Mori Kessler
First U.S. Small Modular Reactor Inches Ahead Energy Biz, 7/16/15 by Amy Gahran
State Ports Losing Ground Courier-Herald, 7/26/15 by Don Brunell
Pacific Northwest Ports Gain Momentum After Months of Problems Journal of Commerce, 7/31/15 by Bill Mongelluzzo
State Seeks Container Shipping Solutions, Brings Workshop to Hermiston East Oregonian, 7/27/15 by George Plaven
Lack of Ships Visiting Portland Likely to Hurt Metro's Export Gains Go Local PDX, 7/23/15 by Rebecca Randall
Port of Portland Sees First Boxship Call in Three Months Global Trade, 7/28/15 by Michael White
Portland Welcomes First Boxship in Three Months Splash 24/7, 7/22/15 by Sam Chambers
Port Of Portland to Welcome First Cargo Ship In Months Oregon Public Broadcasting, 7/21/15 by Conrad Wilson
Port of Portland Welcomes First Container Ship Since April Portland Business Journal, 7/20/15 by Erik Siemers
Andritz Wins Rewind, Cavitation Repair Contract for Lower Monumental Hydro Plant HydroWorld, 7/20/15 by Michael Harris
10 Years After Installation, Fish Slide at Ice Harbor Celebrated Tri-City Herald, 7/15/15 by Annette Cary
watch Ice Harbor Dam Celebrates Ten Years of Saving Salmon Through Successful Spillway KNDO / KNDU, 7/15/15 by Chris Luther
Amazon Web Services will Power Data Centers with Wind-farm Energy East Oregonian, 7/13/15 by Associated Press
After Rocky 2014, Pacific Northwest Ports Return to Normal Journal of Commerce, 7/11/15 by Bill Mongelluzzo
Hells Canyon an Example of Bipartisan Conservation Idaho Statesman, 7/9/15 by Bert Bowler
U.S. Extends Call to Replace Generator Windings at 402-MW Dworshak Hydro Project HydroWorld, 7/2/15 by Staff
Council Reports BPA F&W Costs Last Year Totaled $782.3 Million NW Fishletter, 8/11/15 by Laura Berg
NW Fish Expenses Hits $782 Million Electric Co-op Today, 7/6/15 by Steven Johnson
Council Report Tallies Bonneville Power's Fish/Wildlife Costs for 2014: $782 Million Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/26/15 by Staff
Olympia Keeps Local Rail Upgrades on Track The Daily News, 7/12/15 by Staff
Portland Area Exports Rise, But Fallout from Hanjin Unknown Oregon Public Broadcasting, 7/10/15 by Conrad Wilson
California Electricity Rates to Undergo Biggest Change in 15 Years San Francisco Chronicle, 7/4/15 by Baker & Aleaziz
Price of Solar Hits Record Low Again! Clean Technica, 7/10/15 by Nicholas Brown
The $520 Million White House Bid to Widen Access to Solar GreenBiz, 7/15/15 by Barbara Grady
Funds Granted to Bring Solar Power, Jobs to 'Underserved' Areas Like Vallejo Vallejo Times-Herald, 7/15/15 by Rachel Raskin-Zrihen
Sanders Seeks to Boost Poor's Access to Solar Power The Hill, 7/7/15 by Jordain Carney
White House Aims to Give Renters, Lower-income People Access to Solar Washington Post, 7/7/15 by Chris Mooney
Bright Ideas: New Regulations Pave Way for Solar Energy Las Vegas Sun, 7/6/15 by Staff
There's a Lot More Solar Power in the US Than We Thought Vox Energy & Environment, 7/2/15 by David Roberts
US Solar Electricity Production 50% Higher than Previously Thought GreenTech Solar, 6/30/15 by Kaminsky & Baca
Equipment Issue Limiting Richland Nuclear Plant Power Production Tri-City Herald, 7/1/15 by Staff
Richland Nuclear Plant Producing Electricity Again Tri-City Herald, 6/29/15 by Staff
ICE Fines Broetje AgInfo.net, 6/16/15 by Greg Martin
ICE Issues Record Fine of $2.25 Million National Law Review, 6/10/15 by Staff
U.S. Apple Orchard Fined US$2.25M for Hiring 'Unauthorized' Workers Fresh Fruit Portal, 6/10/15 by Staff
Broetje Orchards Agrees to Pay a $2.25 Million Fine for Illegals Wall Street Journal, 6/9/15 by Miriam Jordan
Washington State Fruit Grower Hit with $2.25 Million Immigration Fine Ag Web, 6/5/15 by Paul Neiffer
Broetje Orchards to Pay Record $2.25M in Immigration Penalty Yakima Herald, 6/4/15 by Staff
Broetje Orchards to Pay Record $2.25M in Immigration Penalty Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 6/4/15 by Nicholas K. Geranios
Leaving the Fields: Immigration Policy Takes a Toll at Harvest Time Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 2/5/14 by Andy Porter
Apple Growers Face Near-record Harvest, Worker Shortage Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 9/19/12 by Andy Porter
ROI on Pacific Northwest Channel Deepening Project: Over 5 to 1 Global Trade, 6/30/15 by Peter Buxbaum
Study Highlights Investments in Columbia River Ports Capital Press, 6/29/15 by Matthew Weaver
Columbia River Deepening Sparks $1 Billion in Investments The Daily News, 6/27/15 by Marissa Luck
Port Begins Final Phase of West Vancouver Freight Access Rail Projects Port of Vancouver, 11/12/14 by Web Page
Canpotex Expanding Portland, Oregon, Marine Terminal Wall Street Journal, 10/8/14 by David George-Cosh
ADM Muscles in on Asian Grain Markets Good Fruit & Vegetables, 10/6/14 by Andrew Marshall
Temco Grain Terminal Expansion on Track for Fall Completion The Daily News, 7/21/14 by Justin Pittman
Mitsui Harvesting Opportunities in Agriculture Mitsui & Co., 6/30/13/13 by Web Page
Port of Kalama to Double Temco Site's Rail Capacity The Columbian, 12/13/13 by Staff
Louis Dreyfus Plans $21M Update to Rose Quarter Grain Elevator Portland Business Journal, 12/27/12 by Wendy Culverwell
EGT Facility Creates New Export Opportunities for American Farmers EGT Grain, 7/9/12 by Press Release
Port of Vancouver Launches Key Component of Multimillion-dollar Rail Expansion Project Port of Vancouver, 12/7/11 by Kristine Guerra
Vancouver Port Lands $72M Deal Portland Business Journal, 1/14/11 by Erik Siemers
Port of Longview Inks Property Lease for Export Grain Terminal Port of Longview, 6/1/9 by Press Release
Hanjin Port of Portland Pull-out Means More Truck Traffic KPTV, 6/19/15 by Kimberly Eiten
Hanjin Shipping Leaves Portland and Your Commute Turns Nightmarish The Oregonian, 6/18/15 by Joseph Rose
listen Losing Water Transportation is a Big Blow to the Entire Region AgInfo.net, 6/17/15 by David Sparks
listen Log Jam in Lewiston AgInfo.net, 6/16/15 by David Sparks
listen Lewiston Port Considers Rail AgInfo.net, 6/15/15 by David Sparks
Official Hints at Possible Return of Container Traffic Lewiston Tribune, 6/10/15 by Elaine Williams
Why BPA Sees Aggregation as the Future of Demand Response Utility Dive, 6/12/15 by Robert Walton
Bonneville Power Deploys AutoGrid's Big Data Software Inside Big Data, 6/20/15 by Daniel Gutierrez
Bonneville Power Uses Analytics to Manage Demand Datanami, 6/18/15 by George Leopold
How Bonneville is Tapping Demand Response to Balance Power From Dams, Wind and Sun GreenTech Grid, 6/17/15 by Jeff St. John
Solar Energy Market to Climb 36% in 2015 Amid Falling Solar Prices, Climate Change Concerns International Business Times, 6/17/15 by Maria Gallucci
SunPower Starts to Build 102MW Henrietta Solar Project Zacks, 6/10/15 by Staff
Why You Should Be Paying Attention to the 'Other' Form of Solar Power Climate Progress, 6/10/15 by Joe Romm
NRC Report Suggests 'User-Pays' to Help Fund Corps' Inland Waterways Operation Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/19/15 by Staff
Industry Prepares for 14-week Lock Closure in December 2016 Capital Press, 6/3/15 by Matthew Weaver
Corps Announces Extended (14-Week) Columbia/Snake Lock System Closure 2016-17 for Repairs Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/29/15 by Staff
Columbia-Snake River System Lock Closure Set for December 2016 Capital Press, 5/27/15 by Staff
Extended Outages Planned for Columbia, Snake Navigation Locks in 2016-'17 News Tribune, 5/27/15 by News Services
State Approves Recharge Infrastructure Projects Capital Press, 6/1/15 by John O'Connell
Hanford Reach National Monument, A Very Hot 15th Birthday Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/25/15 by Joel Connelly
Energy Northwest Pays Record State Tax Amount Tri-City Herald, 6/1/15 by Staff
watch Inside the Reactor: Columbia Generating Station KNDO/KNDU, 5/21/15 by Morgan Ashley
Richland Nuclear Plant Prepares for Emergencies from Terrorist Attacks to Volcanic Eruptions Tri-City Herald, 5/22/15 by Annette Cary
U.S. Seeks Fishway Temperature Improvements at 810-MW Lower Granite Dam HydroWorld, 5/27/15 by Staff
Idaho Power Customers Increased Energy-Efficiency Savings in 2014 Connections, 5/15 by Staff
Critics of Corps' Dredging Plan Continue Fight NW Fishletter, 5/23/15 by Bill Rudolph
Columbia and Snake River Navigation Locks Schedule for Recreational Boaters KEPR TV, 5/13/15 by ACOE
Southern California's Hemet: Solar Power Replacing Horsepower Hydroworld, 5/8/15 by Craig Shultz
Flows Increased at McNary to Move Fish Through Columbia Dams Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/22/15 by Staff
BPA Says It's Ready for Dry-year Power Demands KTVZ, 5/10/15 by News Sources
Basin Water Supply Forecast Drops Again: Warm Temps, Low Precipitation, Early Runoff Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/8/15 by Staff
Public Power, BPA Top Five-year EE Target BPA Journal, 12/14 by Staff
In-active Devices Waste Billions of Dollars of Electricity NRDC, 5/7/15 by Staff
U.S. Seeks Boat Barrier for 810-MW Lower Monumental Hydro Project Hydroworld, 6/16/15 by Staff
U.S. Seeks Fishway Temperature Improvements at 810-MW Lower Granite Dam Hydroworld, 5/27/15 by Staff
U.S. Seeks Generator Windings Replacement at 402-MW Dworshak Hydro Project Hydroworld, 5/18/15 by Staff
U.S. Seeks Turbine Linkage Upgrades at 810-MW Lower Granite Hydro Project Hydroworld, 5/6/15 by Staff
NRC Asks for More Information on Richland Nuclear Plant Quake Risk Tri-City Herald, 5/14/15 by Annette Cary
Regulators Asked to Close Washington Nuclear Plant Until Crack in Cooling System Repaired Tri-City Herald, 5/14/15 by Ted Sickinger
When Should a Nuclear Power Plant be Refueled? Forbes, 5/11/15 by James Conca
Columbia Generating Station Sets Longest Run Record of 683 Days Tri-City Herald, 5/9/15 by Staff
Hanford Has Been an 'Unlimited Spigot' Daily Astorian, 5/5/15 by Editorial Board
Richland Nuclear Plant Refueling Outage Starts May 9 Tri-City Herald, 5/5/15 by Annette Cary
Are U.S. Emissions and Economic Growth Headed for a Divorce? GreenBiz, 5/5/15 by Bobby Magill
Is Tesla's Powerwall Battery a Utility Killer? GreenBiz, 5/4/15 by Jessica Shankleman
U.S. Extends Bidding for Rewind, Cavitation Repair at 810-MW Lower Monumental Dam Hydroworld, 4/1/15 by Staff
Western US Utilities Eye California ISO Expansion The Ecologist, 4/26/15 by Mark Shwartz
Refrigeration Battery Could Lower Supermarket Energy Use by 40 Percent Triple Pundit, 4/29/15 by Andrew Burger
The New Battery That Could Power the Renewable Revolution The Ecologist, 4/26/15 by Mark Shwartz
Cloud-seeding Project Proposed Idaho Mountain Express, 4/24/15 by Staff
West Side Story: California and Energy Northwest Lead $8.7B Week The Bond Buyer, 4/17/15 by Aaron Weitzman
watch Portland Shipping Fight Hits Inland Northwest Farmers KXLY, 4/29/15 by John Hendricks
Port Container Terminal Dispute Drags Portland Tribune, 4/15/15 by Joseph Gallivan
Container-Terminal Loss at Port of Portland Felt Deeply Upriver Oregonian, 4/12/15 by Molly Harbarger
Hapag-Lloyd Stops Scheduling Trips to Terminal 6 in Portland Customs Today Report, 4/9/15 by Staff
Second Shipping Company Pulls Out of Port of Portland KPTV, 4/8/15 by Staff
Shipping Firms' Departures Sink Port of Portland Marketplace, 4/7/15 by Conrad Wilson
Oregon's Direct Marine Line to Europe, Hapag-Lloyd, Officially Pulls Out of Port of Portland Oregonian, 4/7/15 by Molly Harbarger
Hapag-Lloyd Makes It Official, No Stops at the Port of Portland Daily Journal, 4/7/15 by Associated Press
Port of Portland's Container Terminal Needed to Keep Costs Low at Bigger Ports Hellenic Shipping News, 4/6/15 by Staff
Portland Port Container Terminal Loses All Business After Hapag-Lloyd Stops Trips Customs Today Report, 4/5/15 by Staff
Second Major Container Carrier Stops Visiting Portland Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/5/15 by Associated Press
Hapag-Lloyd Drops Port of Portland Port Technology, 4/3/15 by Staff
Port Container Traffic on Hold Indefinitely Lewiston Tribune, 4/8/15 by Elaine Williams
Port of Portland's Future Looks Bleak as Second Carrier Shuns Terminal Mail Tribune, 4/6/15 by Associated Press
Port of Portland Container Terminal Loses Almost All Business After Hapag-Lloyd Stops Trips Oregonian, 4/3/15 by Molly Harbarger
Outside Factors Keep Wheat Prices Low Despite Lower Supply Capital Press, 4/1/15 by Matthew Weaver
Planning Grant to Help City Untangle Rail Congestion Capital Press, 3/27/15 by Matthew Weaver
Dworshak Reservoir Filling Up Early KTVB, 4/26/15 by Associated Press
Below-Average Snowpack in Clearwater Basin Calls for Early Fill of Dworshak Reservoir Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/24/15 by Staff
U.S. Reissues Call for Circuit Breakers at 402-MW Dworshak Hydro Project Hydroworld, 4/27/15 by Staff
U.S. Seeks Firms to Supply Stoplogs to Ice Harbor and Little Goose Hydro Projects Hydroworld, 4/24/15 by Staff
U.S. Extends Call for Oil Filtration Systems for 402-MW Dworshak Hydro Project Hydroworld, 4/8/15 by Staff
U.S. Seeks Transformer for 810-MW Little Goose Hydro Project Hydroworld, 4/2/15 by Staff
Snake River Dams Spill Water to Help Fish Tri-City Herald, 4/6/15 by Staff
Idaho Well Users Owe Large Surface Call Obligation Capital Press, 4/21/15 by John O'Connell
Idaho Sees Potential for Winter Recharge Expansion Capital Press, 4/2/15 by John O'Connell
Energy, Interior, Corps Renew Five-Year Partnership to Advance Hydropower Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/27/15 by Staff
Gov. Kate Brown's Signature Could Trigger Data Center Boom in Rural Oregon The Oregonian, 3/29/15 by Mike Rogoway
Tax Breaks for Internet Companies The Dalles Chronicle, 3/24/15 by Jonathan J. Cooper
Bonneville Pushes for Northwest Imbalance Market Argus, 3/17/15 by Staff
Bonneville Looks to Pour $5M Toward Energy Entrepreneurs Portland Business Journal, 3/13/15 by Andy Giegerich
America's Non-hydro Renewables Outpace Hydroelectric Power Through 2014 HydroWorld, 3/10/15 by Michael Harris
Nuclear Power Measures Face Questions Crosscut, 3/25/15 by John Stang
Nuclear Energy Scores Two Victories in Olympia Crosscut, 3/11/15 by John Stang
Why the Nuclear Energy World is Thinking Small Jefferson Public Radio, 3/12/15 by Jes Burns
Senate OK Bills to Promote Nuclear Energy in Washington KREM2, 3/6/15 by Associated Press
Columbia-Snake Irrigators Push Plea for Water to the Top Capital Press, 3/3/15 by Don Jenkins
New Kind of "Tandem" Solar Cell Developed MIT News, 3/24/15 by David L. Chandler
Solar Energy: Tribes Try to Block Project The Press Enterprise, 3/17/15 by David Danelski
Massive Solar Project Proposed Near Blythe The Desert Sun, 3/11/15 by Sammy Roth
Sonoma County is Building the Largest Floating Solar Project in the US GreenTech Solar, 3/11/15 by Julia Pyper
New Concept in Solar Energy Starts to Catch On Poughkeepsie Journal, 3/10/15 by Steve Karnowski
Google Makes Biggest Renewables Bet Yet on $750 Million SolarCity Fund GreenBiz, 3/2/15 by Staff
From Boom to Bust: A Short History of CFAC Hungry Horse News, 3/5/15 by Richard Hanners
U.S. Seeks Bids for Rewind, Cavitation Repair at 810-MW Lower Monumental Dam Hydroworld, 3/24/15 by Staff
U.S. Seeks Static Inverters for 603-MW Ice Harbor Dam Hydro Project Hydroworld, 3/11/15 by Staff
U.S. Sets Site Visit for Rewind, Cavitation Repair at 810-MW Lower Monumental Dam Hydroworld, 3/6/15 by Staff
U.S. Seeks Biological Services for Hydro Projects in Northwest Hydroworld, 2/17/15 by Staff
Repair Work to Close Road Near Lower Granite Dam Thursday Evening Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 3/25/15 by Staff
Lock Closures Planned on Columbia, Snake Rivers The Oregonian, 3/8/15 by Associated Press
River Locks Close Early for Inspection, Maintenance Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 3/7/15 by Staff
Maintenance, Repair Work to Close Columbia, Snake Dams The Columbian, 3/7/15 by Staff
Corps Dredging of Federal Navigation Channel Completed for Snake, Clearwater Rivers, Two Ports Columbia Basin Bulletin, 2/27/15 by Staff
Judge Tells Longshore Union to Pay $60,000 in Portland Dispute Register-Guard, 3/11/15 by Associated Press
Fed Judge Orders Longshore Union to Pay $60,000 for Violating Court Order in Slowdown Case The Oregonian, 3/10/15 by Molly Harbarger
Terminal Operator, Union Spar Over Call for Peace Portland Tribune, 3/14/15 by Jim Redden
listen Hanjin's Departure Leaves Region's Shippers in a State of 'Chaos' Oregon Public Broadcasting, 3/13/15 by Conrad Wilson
Terminal 6 a Potentially Terminal Problem Portland Tribune, 3/12/15 by Jim Redden
Despite West Coast Deal, Portland Terminal Hurting Bend Bulletin, 2/28/15 by Associated Press
Oregon's Exports Help U.S. Hit Record High in 2014 Statesman Journal, 2/27/15 by Laura Fosmire
Port of Portland Container Terminal Would Close for Good if ICTSI Leaves, Official Says Oregonian, 2/26/15 by Molly Harbarger
Port of Portland, Longshore Union Still Trading Blame, Barbs as Rest of West Goes Back to Work The Oregonian, 2/24/15 by Molly Harbarger
Port Agreement Reached, But Hanjin's Still Out Oregonian, 2/20/15 by Anna Marum
listen Portland Port Aims to Replace Hanjin Amid Labor Dispute Oregon Public Broadcasting, 2/19/15 by Conrad Wilson
Loss of Ocean Carrier 'Devastating Blow' to Ag Exporters Capital Press, 2/11/15 by Mateusz Perkowski
Upper Snake Recharge Expands, Despite Dry Month Capital Press, 2/27/15 by John O'Connell
Bonneville Requests 100MW of External Reserves Argus, 2/20/15 by Staff
Bonneville Changing Energy Conservation Program Wahkiakum County Eagle, 2/19/15 by Diana Zimmerman
US Healthcare Group Kaiser Permanente Signs Up for 180MW of Solar Power PV Tech, 2/18/15 by John Parnell
Apple Swings for the Fences with $848 Million Solar Deal GreenBiz, 2/10/15 by Barbara Grady
Hydroelectric (Hells Canyon) Project License is 5 Years Out The Argus Observer, 2/11/15 by Larry Meyer
NuScale Hires an Energy Giant to Help get its Nuclear Plant Certified Portland Business Journal, 2/17/15 by Wendy Culverwell
Nuclear Hearing Draws Eastern Washington Support, Western Washington Opposition Tri-City Herald, 2/13/15 by Staff
Federal Budget Proposal Includes Millions for U.S. Hydroelectric Power, Dams Hydroworld, 2/10/15 by Michael Harris
U.S. Seeks Governor Installation at 810-MW Little Goose Hydro Project Hydroworld, 2/5/15 by Staff
U.S. Seeks Firms to Supply Standby Generator at 810-MW Little Goose Dam HydroWorld, 1/14/15 by Staff
LED Outdoor Lights Could Save $6 Billion in the U.S. Every Year GreenBiz, 2/10/15 by Noah Horowitz
Philips Teams Up with Mayors to Power City LEDs GreenBiz, 1/27/14 by Staff
California Turns on a Giant Solar Power Farm CBS News, 2/9/15 by Associated Press
Solar Power Shines on Apartments, Renters in California San Diego Union-Tribune, 1/29/15 by Morgan Lee
Report: Wind and Solar Energy Have Tripled Since 2008 Washington Post, 2/4/15 by Chris Mooney
Ready or Not, the U.S. Clean Power 'Revolution' is Here GreenBiz, 2/4/15 by Garrett Hering
Is the Solar Panel & Battery Combo Ready to Change Energy Markets? GigaOm, 1/11/15 by Katie Fehrenbacher
Lower Monumental and Little Goose Dams Closed to Crossings Monday Tri-City Herald, 2/14/15 by Staff
Lower Granite Dam has Reopened to Vehicle Crossings after Repairs Lewiston Tribune, 2/12/15 by Staff
Corps Suspends Vehicle Crossing at Lower Granite Dam Lewiston Tribune, 2/6/15 by Staff
Corps Finds Crack in Holding Tank for Adult Fish at Lower Granite Dam Lewiston Tribune, 2/5/15 by Eric Barker
Ports Shut Down for the Weekend; Cargo Ships Anchor Near Astoria KPTV, 2/14/15 by Associated Press
Port of Portland to Close 4 of Next 5 Days KOIN 6, 2/11/15 by Staff
South Korean Shipping Company's Portland Exit Will Affect Many Jobs, Businesses The Register-Guard, 2/16/15 by Associated Press
Long-term Issues Will Remain After Port Dispute The News Tribune, 2/15/15 by Bill Virgin
Agriculture Companies Ask for Federal Intervention in West Coast Longshore-Port Dispute Oregonian, 2/12/15 by Molly Harbarger
Hanjin Shipping Leaves Port of Portland, Taking Vast Majority of Port's Business with It Oregonian, 2/10/15 by Molly Harbarger
News of Hanjin Leaving Port of Portland Surprises Port Operator as Shippers Receive Letters Oregonian, 2/10/15 by Molly Harbarger
What the Heck is Going On at the Port of Portland Oregonian, 2/13/15 by Molly Harbarger
Port of Portland's Wyatt: Shippers Prepared for Lockout Portland Business Journal, 2/10/15 by Erik Siemers
ILWU Goes Back to Work at Port of Portland's Terminal 6 Oregon Public Broadcasting, 2/10/15 by Conrad Wilson
watch 'Port Slowdowns Same Effect as Workers Strike' KOIN 6 News, 2/9/15 by Ken Boddie
Work at Container Terminal Stopped Again as Longshore Union Demonstrates Oregonian, 2/9/15 by Molly Harbarger
Port of Portland Container Terminal Open for Business Again After Weekend Halt Oregonian, 2/9/15 by Molly Harbarger
Port of Portland Shuts Down for Weekend Oregonian, 2/6/15 by Mike Francis
Hanjin Cargo Ship Turns Away from Portland as Port Labor Issues Near Crisis Oregonian, 1/30/15 by Mike Rogoway
ICTSI says Portland Slowdowns are Worse Than at Other West Coast Ports Journal of Commerce, 1/30/15 by Staff
ILWU Local 8 Shuts Down Portland Container Terminal Tuesday Journal of Commerce, 1/30/15 by Staff
Terminal Operator: Work Stoppages Wreaking Havoc on Portland's Economy Portland Business Journal, 1/29/15 by Andy Giegerich
Port Talks Advance, But Cargo Waits The Packer, 1/27/15 by Mike Hornick
Work Group Focuses on Aquifer Recharge Credits Capital Press, 1/2/15 by
Idaho Commences Winter Recharge Pilot Capital Press, 1/2/15 by John O'Connell
Solar Energy in Yuma a Boon for Electric Grid Yuma Sun, 1/29/15 by Chris McDaniel
How the Rise of a Mega Solar Panel Farm Shows Us the Future of Energy GigaOm, 1/20/15 by Keith Ridler
U.S. Seeks HVAC Upgrades for 402-MW Dworshak Hydro Project HydroWorld, 2/11/15 by Staff
Judge Says Corps Can Start Lower Snake River Dredging NW Fishletter, 1/15/15 by Bill Rudolph
Dredging of Lower Snake River Channel Begins NW News Network, 1/12/15 by Tom Banse
Landfill Could be One of Last to Tap Methane for Power NewsOK, 1/22/15 by Gillian Flaccus
California Landfill Taps Methane for Power San Jose Mercury News, 1/22/15 by Gillian Flaccus
Report Shows Big Gains in Solar Employment Silicon Beat, 1/16/15 by Levi Sumagaysay
Solar Power Heating Up in Idaho The Washington Times, 1/18/15 by Keith Ridler
Solar Power Gains Traction in Idaho Twin Falls Times-News, 1/14/15 by Mychel Matthews
How to Store Solar Energy for a Rainy Day? A Really Big Battery Seattle Times, 1/15/15 by Hal Bernton
Idaho Could Soon Have the Most Solar Per-Capita of Any State Utility Dive, 1/15/15 by Robert Walton
New PGE Plant Will Help Balance Renewables and Meet Peak Demand for Customers Business Wire, 1/2/15 by Press Release
Federal Judge Clears Way for Snake River Dredging Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1/6/15 by Associated Press
Coalition Seeks Funds to Study Rail Interchange Improvements Capital Press, 1/6/15 by Matthew Weaver
Port Slowdown Impacts Lewiston Shipping Capital Press, 1/15/15 by Associated Press
watch Longshoreman Dispute 'Port Slowdown,' Blame PMA King 5, 1/13/15 by Chris Daniels
Judge: Longshoremen's Work Slowdowns Violate Court Order Capital Press, 12/24/14 by Mateusz Perkowski
Long, Costly ILWU Portland Port Dispute Nears End Journal of Commerce, 12/18/14 by Bill Mongelluzzo
Port Slowdowns Keep Northwest Farm Exports Stuck on the Ranch KUOW, 12/17/14 by Anna King
Port Extends Ocean Carrier Subsidies Capital Press, 12/10/14 by Mateusz Perkowski
Researchers Set World Record in Solar Energy Efficiency Energy Harvesting Journal, 12/15/14 University of New South Wales
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Cambridge Company's Battery May Give Grid a Boost Boston Globe, 12/30/14 by Jon Chesto
Richland Nuclear Power Plant Sets New Production Record Tri-City Herald, 1/6/15 by Staff
Energy Northwest Celebrates 30 Years of Operations Tri-City Herald, 12/15/14 by Drew Foster
Washington State Task Force Will Continue Look at Small Modular Nuclear Reactors Tri-City Herald, 12/4/14 by Annette Cary
BPA Announces Proposed Rate Hike Bend Bulletin, 12/5/14 by Tim Doran
Rate Hikes Loom for Northwest Utilities Electric Co-op Today, 12/8/14 by Steven Johnson
Bonneville Power Seeking 6.7 Percent Rise in Wholesale Power Rate The Daily News, 12/4/14 by Brooks Johnson
Port Extends Ocean Carrier Subsidies Capital Press, 12/10/14 by Mateusz Perkowski
Barges Running Aground at Lewiston as Dredging Controversy Drags On NW News Network, 11/25/14 by Tom Banse
Irrigators Seek Support in Olympia for Stalled Project Capital Press, 12/9/14 by Don Jenkins
Funding to Finish East Low Canal a 'Rough Pull' Capital Press, 11/11/14 by Matthew Weaver
U.S. Seeks Turbine Blade Packing for 810-MW Little Goose Hydro Project HydroWorld, 11/24/14 by Staff
Ag Group Opposes Power Rate Increases Capital Press, 11/21/14 by Dan Wheat
Study: Energy Storage Will Soon Replace Peaker Plants Utility Dive, 11/13/14 by Robert Walton
Washington Utility Tries Community Solar Projects Spokesman Review, 11/26/14 by Becky Kramer
New Hybrid Solar Cell Battery Takes Aim at Solar Power's Energy Storage Problem Spokesman Review, 10/28/14 by Peniel Dimberu
The $400 Billion Better Building Conundrum: How People Can Help GreenBiz, 11/21/14 by Maria Tikoff Vargas
Solutions Project: Power the Planet with 100 Percent Renewables GreenBiz, 11/10/14 by Antonio Pasolini
The Audacious Goal of 100% Renewables GreenBiz, 11/3/14 by Antonio Pasolini
Paying Wind Generators Not to Produce Power Jefferson Public Radio, 11/12/14 by Liam Moriarty
Energy Northwest's Columbia Reactor Back at Full Power After Work Reuters, 11/17/14 by Reuters
Nuke Plant Sets Operations Record Spokesman-Review, 11/14/14 by Staff
Research Shakes Up Seismic Knowledge Near Northwest Nuclear Plant King 5, 11/6/14 by Staff
U.S. Seeks Firms for Windings, Cavitation Repair at 402-MW Dworshak Hydro Project Hydroworld, 11/18/14 by Staff
U.S. Seeks Firms for Turbine Linkage Upgrades at 810-MW Lower Granite Hydro Project Hydroworld, 11/7/14 by Staff
U.S. Seek Firms to Install Governors at 810-MW Little Goose Hydro Project Hydroworld, 11/5/14 by Staff
Funding to Finish East Low Canal a 'Rough Pull' Capital Press, 11/14/14 by Matthew Weaver
Enjoying Conservation and Low-cost Power Bellingham Herald, 11/4/14 by Staff
15 Minutes to Balance Northwest Grid Electric Co-op Today, 11/3/14 by Steven Johnson
BPA Explores Capacity Market BPA Journal, 8/14 by Staff
Shifting Up to Higher Octane MIT News, 10/28/14 by Jennifer Chu
Renewables Can Supply 100% of World's Power by 2050 The Ecologist, 10/15/14 by Tim Radford
DoE Initiative Supports Further Development of Solar Power Infrastructure Renewable Energy Focus, 10/31/14 by Associated Press
Solar Prices Still Falling Fast, Study Finds Triple Pundit, 10/27/14 by Gina-Marie Cheeseman
Big Utilities Can't Beat Solar, So They're Jumping In Business Insider, 10/22/14 by Nichola Groom
Boise, Broetje Top Property Tax Payers in County Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 10/28/14 by Alasdair Stewart
Sinking Barge at Bonneville Dam KXL Radio, 10/25/14 by Anna Erickson
LCOE of Utility-Scale Solar Power Getting Really Competitive Clean Technica, 10/26/14 by Staff
Solar Power is Contagious: Installing Panels Often Means Your Neighbors Will Too Vox, 10/24/14 by Brad Plumer
Washington Keeps Up 8-year Pursuit of More Water Capital Press, 10/22/14 by Don Jenkins
Retired Economists Find Holes in Odessa Plan Capital Press, 4/25/14 by Matthew Weaver
U.S. to Seek Fishway Temperature Improvements at Lower Granite Dam Hydroworld, 10/14 by Staff
Making Turbines Safer for Fish BPA Journal, 10/14 by Staff
Here Are the 12 Most Energy Efficient States in America The Street, 10/22/14 by Laurie Kulikowski
Grain Co-ops Building Shuttle-loading Rail Facility Capital Press, 10/7/14 by Matthew Weaver
Lower Granite and Ice Harbour Navigation Channel Maintenance - Solicitation Dredging News Online, 10/7/14 by Staff
BPA Makes Annual U.S. Treasury Payment Of $991 Million Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/10/14 by Staff
Third Hanford Deadline to be Missed The Columbian, 9/23/14 by Staff
Bond Sale Benefits Ratepayers BPA Journal, 9/14 by Staff
Railroad says it's Trying to Catch Up with Demand Capital Press, 8/19/14 by Matthew Weaver
Traffic Jam Slows Railroad Service Capital Press, 4/17/14 by Editorial Board
Idaho to Start Winter Recharge Under New Fee Structure Capital Press, 9/22/14 by John O'Connell
New Irrigation Method Save Power, Water Capital Press, 9/5/14 by John O'Connell
Idaho Water Resources Molding Strategic Aquifer Plan Capital Press, 6/25/14 by Carol Ryan Dumas
Idaho Conducts Spring Recharge at New Site Capital Press, 3/20/14 by John O'Connell
U.S. Seeks Firms for Fishway Temperature Improvements at Lower Granite Dam HydroWorld, 9/24/14 by Staff
Fate of Subsidy Warrants Explanation, Court Says Courthouse News Service, 9/18/14 by Tim Hull
Big Companies Agree to Cut Back on a Potent Greenhouse Gas Christian Science Monitor, 9/17/14 by Valerie Volcovici
Cloud Seeding Boosts Hydroelectric Production Times News, 9/16/14 by Kimberly Williams-Brackett
Washington Irrigators Await Water Fix Capital Press, 9/15/14 by Dan Wheat
U.S. Awards Fish Passage Construction for 810-MW Lower Granite Dam HydroWorld, 10/6/14 by Staff
Fish Passage Bidding Extended Again at 810-MW Lower Granite Dam HydroWorld, 9/2/14 by Staff
Biggest Solar Energy Purchase Ever by Higher Education in US Clean Technica, 9/20/14 by James Ayre
UC Makes Largest Solar Energy Purchase by U.S. Higher Education Institution Daily California, 9/10/14 by Jean Lee
Solar Incentives Reward West-facing Panels Union-Tribune, 9/12/14 by Morgan Lee
Google Invests in Solar in an Aging Oil Field GreenBiz.com, 9/12/14 by James Murray
Biogas Initiative Recognizes Dairy Potential Capital Press, 9/9/14 by Carol Ryan Dumas
Energy Northwest Picked for BPA Pilot Project The News Tribune, 9/18/14 by Annette Cary
DOE Agrees to Pay $23.6M to Energy Northwest Tri-City Herald, 8/28/14 by Staff
Nuclear Power: A Risky Wager for the Northwest Crosscut, 9/11/14 by Amundson & Johnson
Nuclear Energy is Here to Stay Crosscut, 8/28/14 by John C. Dobken
Seattle City Light's Little Nuclear Share Crosscut, 8/20/14 by Martha Baskin
NuScale Looking to Build Small Scale Nuclear Power Plant in Washington PennEnergy, 8/12/14 by Editorial Board
Crestline Tapped for PUD Work at The Dalles Fish Ladder The Oregonian, 8/22/14 by Kathy Ursprung
Idaho National Laboratory: A Place Where Research Meets Agriculture Capital Press, 8/21/14 by John O'Connell
How Big Data is About to Ignite Smart Grids Worldwide GreenBiz.com, 8/8/14 by Alan Rose
AirBNB: How Sofa-Surfing Helps the Environment GreenBiz.com, 8/7/14 by Joe Gebbia
Developers Want to Shrink, Delay The Dalles Wind Farm KOIN, 8/31/14 by Associated Press
What's Rooftop Solar Power Worth? Not Much, Utility Says Salt Lake Tribune, 8/4/14 by Brian Maffly
PGE Solar Project Receives Zoning Recommendation Statesman Journal, 8/4/14 by Michael Rose
How Solar Energy is Taking Over the U.S. Motley Fool, 8/3/14 by Travis Hoium
Lewiston Levee Parkway Irrigation Schedule Returns to Nighttime Hours Ag Weekly, 7/30/14 by Associated Press
State Comes Up Short in Grain Inspections Capital Press, 10/2/14 by Editorial Board
Grain Agreement Ends Lockouts in Northwest Ports Labor Notes, 9/10/14 by Paul Bigman
Longshore Workers OK Northwest Grain Deal Capital Press, 8/26/14 by Mateusz Perkowski
Longshormen Lose Refer Container Work Capital Press, 8/26/14 by Mateusz Perkowski
Disputed Reefer Jobs Back in Play as Port of Portland Cancels Deal with Longshore Union The Oregonian, 8/23/14 by Mike Francis
Labor Deal Eases Fears of Grain Export Disruptions Capital Press, 8/13/14 by Mateusz Perkowski
Longshore Workers at NW Ports Ratify Contract with Grain Operators The Columbian, 8/12/14 by Aaron Corvin
Tentative Deal in NW Grain Terminal Dispute Miami Herald, 8/12/14 by Steven DuBois
Grain Operations Resume at Port of Vancouver Farm Futures, 8/12/14 by Bob Burgdorfer
listen Idaho Wheat Growers Impacted by Washington Export Terminal Shutdown Boise State Public Radio, 8/5/14 by Conrad Wilson
Farmers Fret Over On-Going Port Shutdown Oregon Public Broadcasting, 8/1/14 by Conrad Wilson
Labor War: Longshore Union Shows Aggression in Washington Port Dispute Fox News, 7/31/14 by Perry Chiaramonte
Terminal Operators, Union Negotiating New Pact Capital Press, 7/8/14 by Mateusz Perkowski
listen Oil Trains Crowd Out Grain Shipments to NW Ports Seattle Times, 7/28/14 by Angel Gonzalez
Industrial Park Considered 'Choke Point,' as Big Exporters Bring Big Railroad Traffic Seattle Times, 7/28/14 by Angel Gonzalez
Record Year for Only Nuclear Plant in Northwest San Francisco Chronicle, 7/25/14 by Associated Press
Nuclear-Renewable Mix is Just What the EPA Ordered Forbes, 7/15/14 by Staff
Storage Gets a Lift from California's $415 Million for Behind-the-meter Generation Smart Grid News, 7/25/14 by Dean Frankel
Energy Storage Projects Integrate Renewable Energy, Improve Power Grid Clean Edge, 7/15/14 by Staff
U.S. Extends Bidding for Fish Passage Overhaul at 810-MW Lower Granite Dam HydroWorld, 7/11/14 by Staff
Corps Awards Contract to Modify Fish Channel at Lower Granite Hydropower Project HydroWorld, 7/11/14 by Staff
BPA Sees Limited Success in Preschedule Capacity RFOs to Manage Wind, Hydro Supplies SNL, 7/18/14 by Christine Cordner
DOE Makes Additional $4 Billion in Loan Guarantees for Renewable and Efficient Energy Clean Edge, 7/3/14 by Staff
YieldCos Could Cut Renewables Costs by 20%, Study Finds Clean Edge, 6/30/14 by Staff
World Future Council Going Global with 100% Renewable Energy The Ecologist, 5/23/14 by Anne Reis
Peninsula Utilities Wait for Decision on Electricity for Marijuana-growing Operations Peninsula Daily News, 7/6/14 Charlie Bermant & Leah Leach
Clallam PUD Electricity Rates Increase 3.5% Peninsula Daily News, 7/3/14 by Rob Ollikainen
Rate Hike is Fourth in Five Years Sequim Gazette, 7/2/14 by Michael Dashiell
Lower Bills Coming for PSE Customers Daily Journal of Commerce, 6/5/14 by Staff
Collection Highlights Hydropower History The Dalles Chronicle, 6/24/14 by Staff
Top 50 Stories: 1956-1967 -- Hells Canyon Dams Built Idaho Statesman, 6/18/14 by Sven Berg
Climate Change Poses Threat to Northwest Electricity Washington Examiner, 5/16/14 by Staff
New Idaho Hydro Generation Unit Delayed Capital Press, 7/10/14 by Sean Ellis
Energy Northwest Near Richland Sets New Megawatt Record Tri-City Herald, 7/1/14 by Staff
U.S. Seeks Thrust Bearing Shoe Refurbishment at Lower Monumental, Ice Harbor Dams HydroWorld, 6/19/14 by Staff
BPA Fish Costs Total Nearly $14 Billion NW Fishletter, 6/26/14 by Bill Rudolph
BPA's Columbia Basin Mitigation Costs Pegged at $682 Million for 2013 Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/19/14 by Staff
Tab for Saving NW Fish Nears $700 Million Electric Co-Op Today, 6/18/14 by Steven Johnson
Tab for Saving NW Fish Nears $700 Million Electric Co-op Today, 6/18/14 by Steven Johnson
watch Solar Power Makes Gains in US Voice of America, 7/2/14 by Jim Randle
Google Invests $145 Million in Kern County Solar Project LA Times, 6/26/14 by Chad Garland
SolarCity's Bold Move to Become a Solar Panel Maker Forbes, 6/19/14 by Ucilia Wang
Wind Turbines Generate Prompt Energy Payback -- Study E & E, 6/18/14 by Daniel Cusick
Utilities Connect at Efficiency Exchange BPA Journal, 6/14 by Staff
Six Electric Utilities Charging a New Energy Course GreenBiz.com, 5/12/14 by Garrett Hering
Port of Portland Workers Tried to Force Shipper to Abandon Port Supply & Demand Chain, 6/10/14 by Staff
Portland Slowdown Just Got Slower Maritime Executive, 6/4/14 by Staff
Labor Judge Hands Port-working Portland Union a Major Loss Portland Business Journal, 6/2/14 by Staff
Proposed Galloway Dam Studies Continue Capital Press, 6/5/14 by Staff
Energy Northwest Pays Nearly $4.4 Million in Taxes KVEW TV, 6/2/14 by Yasmeen Hassan
Fast HFC Phase-Down Could Avoid 200 Billion Tonnes of CO2-eq by 2050 Environmental News Net, 5/12/14 by Katie Fletcher
A PV Market First: Residential Solar in the US Beats Commercial Installations Greentech Solar, 5/29/14 by Mike Munsell
U.S. Solar Power Rises 79% as Home Panels Beat Warehouses Bloomberg Businessweek, 5/29/14 by Ehren Goossens
Idaho Solar Road Startup Passes Fundraising Goal The Spokesman-Review, 5/27/14 by Scott Maben
Homeowners Dismiss Clouds, Reap Benefits of Solar Panels The News Tribune, 5/28/14 by Craig Sailor
Judge: Port of Portland Longshore Union Intentionally Slowed Work at Terminal 6 The Oregonian, 5/31/14 by Joseph Rose
Industrial Growth: Columbia's Deeper Channel is a Magnet for Big Business The Daily News, 5/25/14 by Shari Phiel
Timeline Traces Key Dates in Idaho Water Development Idaho Statesman, 5/21/14 by Rocky Barker
Corps of Engineers Offers Summer Recreation Opportunities Near Ice Harbor Dam Ag Weekly, 5/24/14 by Staff
EnerVault Unveils 'Flow Battery' for Solar Energy Storage San Francisco Chronicle, 5/22/14 by David R. Baker
BPA Breaks Ground on New Power Line BPA Journal, 5/14 by Staff
Global Geothermal Added 530 MW in 2013, Best Year Since 1997 Clean Edge News, 5/5/14 by Staff
Renewables Made Up 92% of New U.S. Electrical Generating Capacity for Q1 Clean Edge News, 4/21/14 by Staff
Why Utilities Need to Get Real About Distributed Energy Energy Efficiency Markets, 5/6/14 by Lisa Cohn
DOI Secretary Announces Solar Energy Project on Trust Land Native American Times, 5/7/14 by DOI Press Release
290-MW Solar Project Says Get Over It: The Age Of Solar is Here Clean Technica, 5/1/14 by Tina Casey
Solar Co-ops Bring Affordable Green Power to the People GreenBiz.com, 4/28/14 by Laurie Guevara-Stone
California to Utilities: Connect Battery-Solar Systems to the Grid Green Tech Grid, 4/16/14 by Jeff St. John
Why Wave Power Energy Has Lagged Far Behind Yale Environment 360, 5/14/14 by Dave Levitan
Experimental Efforts to Harvest the Ocean's Power Face Cost Setbacks New York Times, 4/27/14 by Hunt & Cardwell
Bill Wyatt's State-of-the-Port Speech Frames Important Issues The Oregonian, 4/21/14 by Mark Hester
Union, United Grain Deny Agency's Allegations The Columbian, 4/23/14 by Aaron Corvin
U.S. Seeks to Refurbish Thrust Bearing Shoes at Lower Monumental, Ice Harbor Dams HydroWorld, 5/13/14 by Staff
U.S. Extends Bidding to Modify Fish Channel at 810-MW Lower Granite Dam HydroWorld, 4/29/14 by Staff
Corps OKs All But Largest Permit (for pipe extension to river) Capital Press, 4/21/14 by Dan Wheat
Railroad Tracks Would Cost $4 Million Lewiston Tribune, 4/14/14 by Elaine Williams
Consultant: Railroads Already Near Capacity Capital Press, 4/16/14 by Matthew Weaver
Grain Company Rehabbing Barge Facility Capital Press, 4/2/14 by Matthew Weaver
Heavy Traffic Still Ahead WORC, 2/14 by Terry Whiteside
Summer Recreational Vessel Lockage Schedule Begins May 15 The Prairie Star, 5/1/14 by Staff
Empress Becomes Regular Visitor The Dalles Chronicle, 4/17/14 by RaeLynn Ricarte
American Empress Just One of Many Ways to Cruise Columbia, Willamette Rivers The Oregonian, 4/5/14 by Terry Richard
Dworshak Hatchery Recognized for Energy Upgrades KHQ TV, 4/19/14 by Associated Press
U.S. Seeks Firms for Rewind, Cavitation Repair at 810-MW Lower Monumental Dam HydroWorld.com, 4/24/14 by Staff
Little Goose Dam Navigation Lock Reopens; Salmon, Steelhead Barging Begins May 1 Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/25/14 by Staff
Little Goose Lock Reopens Ahead of Schedule Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 4/23/14 by Staff
Little Goose Navigation Lock Reopens Ahead of Schedule Capital Press, 4/22/14 by Matthew Weaver
US: Army Corps of Engineers Seeks Public Comment on Dredging Dredging News Online, 4/14/14 by Staff
Electric Car Numbers Double in One Year Environmental News Net, 4/16/14 by The Ecologist, Editor
Solar Power Grows 400 Percent in Only 4 Years Scientific American, 4/24/14 by Daniel Cusick
Solar Power Rising Fast KFMZ-TV, 4/22/14 by Hayes & Denman
Wind, Solar Power Sheboygan Press, 4/12/14 by Wendy Koch
U.S. Wind Power Blows New Records. Again. And Again. Bloomberg News, 4/7/14 by Tom Randall
Obama Puts $15M into Solar Power The Hill, 4/17/14 by Laura Barron-Lopez
Have We Reached the Clean Energy Tipping Point? GreenBiz.com, 3/26/14 by Heather Clancy
Solar Power Eclipsed Wind in 2013 and is Set to Keep Rising Denver Post, 3/26/14 by Mark Jaffe
Will the Electricity Grid Become Optional? GreenBiz.com, 2/26/14 by Leia Guccione
BPA Issues Decision on Oversupply Rate Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/26/14 by Staff
U.S. Extends Bidding for Hoist Systems at Ice Harbor, Lower Monumental Dams HydroWorld.com, 4/8/14 by Staff
U.S. Seeks Headgate Pit Fall Protection for 810-MW Lower Monumental Dam HydroWorld.com, 3/26/14 by Staff
Fish-Friendly Dams? Scientists Race to Reduce Turbine Trauma NBC News, 4/14/14 by John Roach
Water Spills Begin at Four Lower Snake River Dams to Help Fish Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 4/4/14 by Staff
Corps Begins Spring Fish Operations; Little Goose Lock Closed for Repairs Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/5/14 by Staff
Will Energy-Storage-by-Rail get Sustainability on Track? Sustainable Business News, 3/31/14 by Staff
Extended Little Goose Lock Closure Creates Logjam for Grain Shipments Capital Press, 3/27/14 by Matthew Weaver
Lower Granite Dam Visitors Asked to be Aware of Construction Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 3/27/14 by Staff
Repairs Delay Opening of Little Goose Dam Lock Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 3/26/14 by Staff
Lock Repair at Little Goose has Shippers Scrambling Lewiston Tribune, 3/26/14 by Elaine Williams
Shipping Container Terminal Operator Penalised for Health and Safety Issues Handy Shipping Guide, 4/17/14 by Staff
OSHA Finds Safety Violations at Port of Portland Container Terminal The Republic, 4/15/14 by Steven DuBois
Union Dispute Slows Work at Vital Western Port to a Crawl Fox News, 4/8/14 by Dan Springer
Barge Traffic at Lewiston, Idaho's Only Port, Falls Again Idaho Statesman, 3/26/14 by Elaine Williams
Idaho Water Users Hail $15 Million Plan Capital Press, 3/17/14 by Sean Ellis
Mainzer Tells Power Council that Bonneville Will Meet its Energy Efficiency Targets The Oregonian, 3/11/14 by Ted Sickinger
Rocky Mountain Power is Preparing to Build its First Utah Solar Farm The Salt Lake Tribune, 3/26/14 by Tom Wharton
Solar Power Threatening Future for U.S. Electric Utilities OilPrice.com, 3/17/14 by Llewellyn King
How Crowdfunding Solar Power is Democratizing the Way We Finance Clean Energy TechRepublic, 3/13/14 by Lyndsey Gilpin
From Mines to Megawatts: The Promise of 'Conflict-free Big Solar' GreenBiz.com, 3/11/14 by Garrett Hering
California Hits Solar Power Record, Twice The Business Journals, 3/11/14 by Mark Anderson
Union, Grain Handler Accused of Unfair Labor Practices Capital Press, 3/14/14 by Mateusz Perkowski
Dispute Closes Portland Port Terminal for Second Day The Columbian, 3/5/14 by Associated Press
Nuclear Operators Win More Spent Fuel Damages PennEnergy, 3/17/14 by Generation Hub
WA Nuclear Plant Operator Wins $19M from Energy Department Over Spent Fuel Disposal The Republic, 3/14/14 by Staff
Court Awards Duke Energy, Energy Northwest Spent Fuel Storage Costs Nuclear Street, 3/13/14 by Staff
DOE Ordered to Pay Energy Northwest $19 Million Tri-City Herald, 3/13/14 by Annette Cary
TRIDEC Chooses URS for Nuclear Power Study Tri-City Herald, 3/5/14 by Annette Cary
Energy Northwest to Move Reactor Fuel to Dry Storage Tri-City Herald, 2/27/14 by Annette Cary
U.S. Seeks Firms to Repair Fish Pump at 980-MW McNary Dam HydroWorld, 2/26/14 by Staff
US Seeks Draft Tube, Scroll Case Hoist Systems at Ice Harbor, Lower Monumental Dams HydroWorld, 3/14/14 by Staff
US Seeks Firms to Replace Valve in Fish Pump System at 810-MW Lower Granite Dam HydroWorld, 3/6/14 by Staff
US Seeks Bridge Crane Equipment Replacement at 810-MW Lower Monumental Dam HydroWorld, 11/20/13 by Staff
Annual Maintenance Set to Close Navigation Locks on Snake and Columbia Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 2/27/14 by Staff
MIT's Liquid Metal Stores Solar Power Until After Sundown Bloomberg Sustainability, 3/6/14 by Christopher Martin
U.S. Solar Power Soars by 41% in 2013 E&E News, 3/6/14 by Daniel Cusick
US Solar Market Grew 41%, Had Record Year in 2013 GreenTech Solar, 3/5/14 by Mike Munsell
A Bright Year for Solar in the U.S. -- But There are Clouds on the Horizon Time, 3/5/14 by Bryan Walsh
watch Tapping Solar Power with Perovskites Chemical & Engineering News, 2/24/14 by Mitch Jacoby
A Way to Double the Efficiency of Solar Cells is About to Go Mainstream The Economist, 2/22/14 by Staff
Four Reasons the Ivanpah Plant is Not the Future of Solar GreenBiz.com, 2/19/14 by Garrett Hering
Cost of Solar Power Still Falling, Falling, Falling Triple Pundit, 2/17/14 by Tina Casey
Energy Department Touts Controversial Loan Program as Huge Solar Project Opens National Journal, 2/5/14 by Ben Geman
Federal Lending Fuels Growth in Solar Power Roll Call, 2/26/14 by Lauren Gardner
Hydropower Bill Makes it through State Senate The News Tribune, 2/15/14 by Staff
Edison Electric, NRDC: Utilities Should Do More than Sell Energy GreenBiz.com, 2/12/14 by Ralph Cavanagh
Legislature to Study if State Should Re-examine Nuclear Power NWCN, 2/13/14 by Glenn Farley
(WA State) Senate Approves Nuclear Task Force Bellingham Herald, 2/12/14 by Annette Cary
Principle Power Plans First Offshore Wind in U.S. Pacific Bloomberg Sustainability, 2/5/14 by Justin Doom
Report: Wake Up, the Clean Energy 'Revolution' is Here GreenBiz, 2/11/14 by Garrett Hering
Renewable Energy Provides 37% of All New US Electrical Generating Capacity in 2013 Renewable Energy World, 1/27/14 by Kenneth Bossong
Corps Sets Locks Closure The Dalles Chronicle, 2/13/14 by Associated Press
Portland Port Expects Rebound in 2014 Progressive Railroading, 2/11/14 by Staff
Freight-rail Constituents Form Coalition to Bolster Great Northern Corridor Progressive Railroading, 2/5/14 by Staff
Longshore Protesters Block Traffic as One-year Lockout Anniversary Approaches The Oregonian, 2/26/14 by Richard Read
Lockout: One Year Later The Columbian, 2/23/14 by Aaron Corvin
Port of Lewiston Traffic Sluggish Lewiston Tribune, 1/16/14 by Elaine Williams
Portland Scuttles New Port Terminal Capital Press, 1/13/14 by Mateusz Perkowski
Snake River Barging Drop: New Factor in Dams Debate? Seattle Times, 8/17/13 by Lynda V. Mapes
Port of Portland Plans to Subsidize Hanjin and Other Cargo Carriers to Keep Them Calling The Oregonian, 2/7/14 by Richard Read
Port Operator says Longshore Workers Aren't Speeding Up as Hanjin Shipping Decides The Oregonian, 1/7/14 by Richard Read
NW Utilities Continue to Meet Energy Efficiency Targets Set by NW Power Council Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/17/14 by Staff
Power Planners Ponder the Northwest without a Nuclear Plant Jefferson Public Radio, 1/14/14 by Cassandra Profita
Power Play: Utilities Want Solar Users to Pay Up CNBC, 1/7/14 by Mark Koba
After a Building Boom, Solar Energy's Prospects Now Aren't as Sunny Los Angeles Times, 1/7/14 by Julie Cart
Solar Energy Storage Raises Questions for California Regulators KABC, 1/11/14 by Miriam Hernandez
Energy-Storage System to Move to Richland Tri-City Herald, 1/11/14 by Staff
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State Energy Efficiency Scorecard Released for 2013 Triple Pundit, 12/30/13 Check by Mary Mazzoni
Home Electricity Use in US Falling to 2001 Levels ABC News, 12/30/13 by Jonathan Fahey
January 1 Changes to Shed New Light on What Bulbs We Can Use Seattle Times, 12/29/13 Mary Beth Breckenridge
Study to Look at Tri-City-area Small Nuclear Reactor The Bellingham Herald, 12/30/13 by Annette Cary
U.S. Extends Call for Fish Passage Spillway Fix at 603-MW Ice Harbor Dam HydroWorld, 12/30/13 by Staff
Corps Awards Contract for Bonneville Hydro Turbine Repairs HydroWorld, 12/13/13 by Staff
Bonneville Power Wins Prestigous Energy Award The Chronicle, 12/13/13 by Staff
PUD Set to Lower Budget The Dalles Chronicle, 12/12/13 by Kathy Ursprung
NuScale Picked for Second Round of Small Modular Reactor Funding PennEnergy, 12/12/13 by Staff
Neal Hot Springs Geothermal Power Plant Wins GEA Honors Award PennEnergy, 12/11/13 by Staff
Geothermal's Place in the U.S. Power Grid Fierce Energy, 11/12/13 by Barbara Vergetis Lundin
Tesla and SolarCity Partner to Provide Energy Storage for Commercial Buildings Triple Pundit, 12/16/13 by RP Siegel
Solar Power Growth Upends California's Energy System New York Times, 12/25/13 by Matthew L. Wald
Solar Industry Forecast: Sunny with a Chance of Issues GreenBiz, 12/16/13 by Martin LaMonica
Big Batteries Needed to Make Fickle Wind and Solar Power Work National Public Radio, 12/11/13 by Richard Harris
watch How IBM Uses Local Weather Forecasts to Boost Clean Energy GreenBiz, 12/9/13 by Heather Clancy
Green Power Gridlock: Why Renewable Energy is No Alternative Forbes, 12/10/13 by Larry Bell
U.S. Renews Call for Fish Passage Spillway Fix at 603-MW Ice Harbor Dam HydroWorld.com, 12/12/13 by Staff
Getting to the Bottom of the Issue Lewiston Tribune, 12/2/13 by Elaine Williams
U.S. Seeks Electrical Equipment for 810-MW Lower Monumental Dam HydroWorld, 11/27/13 by Staff
U.S. Seeks Firms to Modify Fish Collection Channel at 810-MW Lower Granite Dam PennEnergy, 11/26/13 by Staff
PUD Customers to See Rate Increases in 2014 The Daily World, 11/19/13 by Amelia Dickson
Savings Offered on New Heritage Adventure Cruises on Columbia & Snake Rivers PR Web, 11/19/13 by Press Release
Irrigators Weigh Costs of Surface Water Capital Press, 11/11/13 by Matthew Weaver
Odessa Water Plan Passes Major Milestone Capital Press, 9/7/12 by Matthew Weaver
Elon Musk's Latest Innovation: Bonds Backed by Rooftop Solar Power Triple Pundit, 11/25/13 by Staff
New Research Delivers the Blue Light Special of Solar Power Motherboard, 11/18/13 by Michael Byrne
Two for One in Solar Power: New Process Could Revolutionize Solar Energy Harvesting GreenBiz.com, 11/17/13 by Staff
Tesla's Industrial-Grade Solar Power Storage System Bloomberg Businessweek, 12/6/13 by Ashlee Vance
Power to the Masses MIT Technology Review, 12/5/13 by Kevin Bullis
Batteries Included: The 'Grid of the Future' Takes Shape GreenBiz.com, 11/21/13 by Bodhi Rader
Will EVs Bring Down the Electric Grid? GreenBiz.com, 11/19/13 by Marita Mirzatuny
Philips Helps Lead the Charge on Next-gen Clean Tech Financing GreenBiz.com, 11/18/13 by Martin LaMonica
K&N Wins $8 Million Job Rehabilitating Dam Cranes Spokane Journal of Business, 11/21/13 by Mike McLean
Looking Back on November 17: Celilo Falls, Bonneville Dam The Dalles Chronicle, 11/17/13 by Cece Fix
Audit Shows Lewiston Port had Difficult Times in Fiscal Year 2013 Lewiston Tribune, 11/14/13 by Elaine Williams
Kitzhaber Awards Disputed Port Jobs to ILWU KGW, 12/13/13 by Associated Press
Kitzhaber Resolves Part of Port of Portland Labor Dispute Portland Tribune, 12/12/13 by Jim Redden
Kitzhaber Prods Port, Unions, Employers to Keep Hanjin from Abandoning Portland The Oregonian, 12/6/13 by Richard Read
ILWU Not Hopeful Hanjin Will Stay at Port of Portland Oregon Public Broadcasting, 11/13/13 by Staff
Port of Portland Director: Speed Up Longshore Work or Lose Hanjin Cargo Ships The Oregonian, 11/12/13 by Richard Read
Judge Cites Longshoremen's Union for Contempt Capital Press, 11/1/13 by Mateusz Perkowski
Richland Nuke Plant Security Incident Triggered Inspection The News Tribune, 11/12/13 by Staff
Google to Invest in Six More Large Solar Panel Farms in the Southwest Gigaom, 11/14/13 by Katie Fehrenbacher
Solar Energy Could be America's Greatest National Security Asset Science Daily, 11/18/13 by Staff
Solar Energy Shakeout: Concentrating vs. Photovoltaic Bloomberg Business Week, 11/14/13 by Wells and Chediak
New Paradigm for Solar Cell Construction Demonstrated Science Daily, 11/12/13 by Staff
California Solar Power Plants Singeing Bird Feathers USA Today, 11/10/13 by Staff
watch Can Robots Make Solar Power Cheaper? GreenBiz.com, 11/7/13 by Martin LaMonica
Playing Loud Pop Music Boosts Output of Solar Panels by 40% Click Green, 11/6/13 by Staff
Proposed Dam Would Aid Upper-Snake Irrigators Capital Press, 11/8/13 by Sean Ellis
Straight Talk About Coal Consumer Connections, 11/13 by Idaho Power
Groups say Washington State Nuke Plant Vulnerable to Quakes KREM, 11/1/13 by Gary Chittim
Study: Richland Nuclear Plant Downplaying Earthquake Risk The Bellingham Herald, 11/1/13 by Ty Beaver
Dredging Up an Ageless Debate Lewiston Tribune, 11/10/13 by Eric Barker
Benton County Could Get Intermodal Rail Yard Gazette-Times, 10/30/13 by Bennett Hall
Carrier's Exit from Portland Port may Mean Higher Shipping Costs for OR Industries The Republic, 10/27/13 by Associated Press
Hanjin's Withdraw Could Raise Costs for EO Products East Oregonian, 10/25/13 by George Plaven
Hanjin to Quit Portland World Cargo News, 10/22/13 by Staff
How Bad Will Hanjin's Port of Portland Exit Hurt? Portland Business Journal, 10/21/13 by Suzanne Stevens
Rising Tide and Allies Shut Down Port of Vancouver Infoshop News, 11/6/13 by Staff
Judge Prohibits Union from Picketing Barges Capital Press, 10/16/13 by Mateusz Perkowski
Judge Issues Preliminary Order Against Longshore Union The Columbian, 10/16/13 by Aaron Corvin
Startups Compete to Defeat the 'Soft Costs' of Solar Power GreenBiz.com, 10/28/13 by Matthew Hirsch
First Public Auction for Solar Energy Rights on Federal Lands Draws No Bids Fox News, 10/26/13 by Staff
$60 Million More for Low Cost Solar Power Clean Technica, 10/25/13 by Staff
Meet the Kickstarter of Solar Energy National Journal, 10/24/13 by Clare Foran
Meet the Super Efficient Lego Brick-like Solar Panel Scientific American, 10/22/13 by David Wogan
U.S. Consumed Less Energy Last Year Than in 1999, says NRDC Clean Edge News, 10/21/13 by Staff
From Hidden Fuel to World's First Fuel? International Energy Agency, 10/16/13 by Aaron Corvin
Wind Power Could Generate 18% of Global Power by 2050 Click Green, 10/23/13 by Staff
How Clean Energy Boosts Idaho Dairies' Profits Idaho Statesman, 10/15/13 by Rocky Barker
U.S. Seeks Firms to Perform Fish Passage Upgrade at 810-MW Lower Granite Dam Hydro World, 10/15/13 by Staff
Council to Weigh Power Rate Hike Ashland Daily Tidings, 10/14/13 by Vickie Aldous
BPA Makes Treasury Payment BPA Journal, 11/13 by Staff
BPA Makes Annual Payment To Treasury: $224 Million Principal, $367 Million Interest Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/11/13 by Staff
Google gets OK for New Data Center Tax Breaks The Argus Observer, 9/29/13 by Associated Press
Construction Begins on First U.S. Carbon Capture Plant Clean Edge News, 9/24/13 by Staff
Hydro Opportunities Increasing at USBR Facilities Intl. Water Power, 9/16/13 by Staff
Hollow Victory for Wind Project Capital Press, 9/20/13 by Mateusz Perkowski
Idaho Power is Waging War on Renewable Energy. Is it Winning? High Country News, 9/2/13 by Stephen Ernst
NLRB, Barge Company Go to Court Over Boat Pickets Capital Press, 10/8/13 by Mateusz Perkowski
Longshore Union Takes Message on the Road Capital Press, 9/24/13 by Mateusz Perkowski
McCoy Grain Terminal Progresses Capital Press, 9/9/13 by Matthew Weaver
Grain Facility Boosts Traffic Through Longview Port Capital Press, 9/9/13 by Steve Brown
Corps Delays Dredging on Lower Snake River Capital Press, 9/9/13 by Matthew Weaver
Bye-bye to Barging on the Snake, Clearwater? Lewiston Tribune, 10/6/13 by Elaine Williams
County, Corps, Upriver Ports See Understanding on Dredging Whakiakum County Eagle, 10/2/13 by Rick Nelson
Port of Vancouver USA Begins Next Phase of Rail Entrance Project Railway Track & Structures, 9/25/13 by Staff
What Happens If You Add Lots of Wind and Solar Power to the Grid? Washington Post, 9/25/13 by Brad Plumer
Bonneville Power Launches Pilot Project for Transactive Energy GreenBiz.com, 9/17/13 by Christine Hertzog
New Law Aims to Brighten Solar Power's Future San Francisco Chronicle, 10/13/13 by Staff
China to Offer Tax Breaks to Solar Power Manufacturers Reuters, 9/29/13 by Pete Sweeney
The World Will Add More Solar Power Than Wind This Year, for the First Time Ever The Verge, 9/27/13 by Russell Brandom
Utilities and Small Solar: Learn to Love It Sustainable Business News, 9/27/13 by Staff
Solar Exchange Launches 'eBay' for Solar Goods GreenBiz.com, 9/26/13 by Martin LaMonica
Solar Power from Giant Mirrors Flows into California's Grid Forbes, 9/24/13 by Staff
With Rooftop Solar on Rise, U.S. Utilities Strike Back Yale Environment 360, 9/19/13 by Marc Gunther
Solar Energy Shines in California's 2013 Legislative Session Renewable Energy World, 9/13/13 by Susannah Churchill
In Sweeping Rewrite, Calif. Overhauls Rates, Lifts Net Metering Cap E & E, 9/13/13 by Anne C. Mulkern
Why Are Some Big Utilities Embracing Small Scale Solar Power Inside Climate News, 9/12/13 by Staff
Calif. Opens Solar Power to Renters Schools and Those with Homes in Shade E & E, 9/12/13 by Anne C. Mulkern
World Record Solar Cell with 44.7% Efficiency Science Daily, 9/23/13 by Staff
Plasmonic Nanostructures Could Prove a Boon to Solar Cell Technology GizMag, 9/15/13 by Dario Borghino
A Flat-Out Major Advance for an Emerging Solar Cell Technology Science Magazine, 9/11/13 by Jon Cartwright
USA Installs 832 MW of Solar PV in Q2 2013 Modern Power Systems, 9/12/13 by Staff
U.S. Solar Panel Installations Up 15 Percent in Second Quarter Reuters, 9/12/13 by Staff
OPT Wins DOE Award Modern Power Systems, 9/13/13 by Staff
Corps Awards Contract for Fish Protection Work at Dalles Hydropower Plant HydroWorld, 9/19/13 by Staff
Konnowac Wins Award for Spillway Weir Modifications at Lower Monumental HydroWorld, 9/17/13 by Staff
Asian Wheat Purchases Return to Normal Capital Press, 9/5/13 by Mateusz Perkowski
Idaho Ag Exports on Track to Set a New Record Capital Press, 9/2/13 by Sean Ellis
Locks on Snake, Columbia Set to Shift to 'On-Request' Status Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 9/11/13 by Staff
Army Corps Postpones Sediment Plan EIS, Winter Dredging Capital Press, 8/22/13 by Staff
Grain Industry Promotes Short Line Rail Funding Capital Press, 4/25/13 by Matthew Weaver
Expect to See Deep Energy Retrofits for Federal Buildings Greenbiz.com, 9/5/13 by Cara Carmichael
Judge Orders Longshore Union to Stop Disrupting Port of Portland, Filing Grievances The Oregonian, 8/30/13 by Staff
U.S. Seeks Firms for Fish Passage Studies at 603-MW Ice Harbor Dam Penn Energy, 8/26/13 by Staff
FERC Chair Jon Wellinghoff: Solar 'Is Going to Overtake Everything' Green Tech Grid, 8/21/13 by Herman K. Trabish
Bringing Back the Night: A Fight Against Light Pollution Yale Environment 360, 8/19/13 by Paul Bogard
Officials: No River Dredging this Year Lewiston Tribune, 8/16/13 by Eric Barker
Feds: No Lewiston Dredging Until Late Next Year San Francisco Chronicle, 8/16/13 by Associated Press
All U.S. Nuclear Reactors Vulnerable to Terrorism, Probe Finds Tri-City Herald, 8/15/13 by Ben Kamisar
BPA Adopts New Rates BPA Journal, 8/13 by Staff
BPA Announces Higher Power Rates Hungry Horse News, 8/4/13 by Staff
BPA Rates Going Up News Bonners Ferry, 7/27/13 by Staff
BPA Adopts New Wholesale Power Rates The Republic, 7/24/13 by Associated Press
Green, On-Demand Hydropower Starting to Pay Off for Chelan PUD Wenatchee World, 8/8/13 by Christine Pratt
Amory Lovins' Three Major Energy Trends to Watch GreenBiz.com, 7/25/13 by Amory Lovins
Legislation Spotlights Building-Scale Energy Storage Smart Grid News, 7/25/13 by Mark M. MacCracken
Report Counts Up Solar Power Land Use Needs IEEE Spectrum, 8/7/13 by Dave Levitan
Solar Could Provide One-Third of the Western U.S.'s Power Needs by 2050 Climate Progress, 8/5/13 by Ryan Koronowski
Solar Energy Could Supply One-Third of Power in U.S. West UC Berkeley News Center, 8/1/13 by Robert Sanders
Future of Solar Power: How About Transparent Solar Cells? Economic Times, 8/5/13 by Hari Pulakkat
How the Far Right Developed an Unlikely Interest in Solar Energy Tri-City Herald, 8/12/13 by Giles Parkinson
Solar Energy Threatening the Future of US Electricity Industry? Economic Times, 7/27/13 by Staff
Potential Seen for (Weiser-Galloway) Reservoir Capital Press, 6/21/13 by John O'Connell
Black Canyon Estimate Upped 32.5 Percent; Silt Destroys Fisheries NW Fishletter, 7/18/13 by Bill Rudolph
US Nuclear Regulator Begins Inspection at Columbia Generating Station Energy Business Review, 7/23/13 by Staff
NRC Inspecting Richland Nuke Plant After Issue Discovered Tri-City Herald, 7/22/13 by Annette Cary
listen Feds Begin Special Inspection at Washington Nuclear Plant NW News Network, 7/22/13 by Anna King
US NRC Launches Special Inspection at Columbia Reactor Platts, 7/22/13 by Elaine Hiruo
Nuclear Regulatory Commission Begins Special Inspection at Columbia Generating Station KVEW TV, 7/22/13 by Dan Thesman
Oregon AFL-CIO Unions Vote to Support Locked-out Longshoremen The Maritime Collective, 7/9/13 by Staff
BPA F&W Spending Tops $13 Billion Since 1978 NW Fishletter, 6/4/13 by Bill Rudolph
Data Centers and Distributed Renewables: Two Peas in a POD BusinessGreen.com, 7/12/13 by Tupper and Bird
Seattle, Microsoft Team Up to Bring Energy Efficiency Downtown GreenBiz.com, 7/10/13 by Heather Clancy
watch Gov. Inslee Visits Eastern Washington to Support First Wind Project KLEW TV, 7/9/13 by Rachel Dubrovin
United States Joins Elite 10 Gigawatt Solar Club BusinessGreen.com, 7/12/13 by Staff
Solar Energy: The New Gold Rush? The Energy Collective, 7/13/13 by Billy Parish
7 New Solar Innovations that Could Change the World Sustainable Industries, 7/10/13 by Staff
MGM Resorts Raises Stakes with Giant Vegas Solar System GreenBiz.com, 7/10/13 by Staff
Los Angeles Goes All In on Rooftop Solar Panels Triple Pundit, 7/10/13 by Bill DiBenedetto
watch Utah Land Set Aside for Solar Power KUTV, 7/9/13 by Ladd Egan
Apple Seeds 20-Megawatt Solar Farm for NV Data Center Sustainable Industries, 7/8/13 by Staff
California Leads U.S. in Record First Quarter for Solar Installation Los Angeles Times, 6/12/13 by Catherine Green
SolarCity Plans Solar Power Storage Solution, Due in 2015 Los Angeles Times, 6/27/13 by Catherine Green
Sources Of Energy In The U.S., Since 1776 Today's Facility Manager, 7/4/13 by Anne Vazquez
Dworshak to Give Up its Cool Bounty Lewiston Tribune, 7/3/13 by Eric Barker
Dworshak Managers to Send Cold Water Pulse Into River System Earlier Than Usual The Republic, 7/3/13 by Associated Press
watch Dworshak Reservoir Early Water Released Due to High Temperatures KLEW TV, 7/3/13 by Sophie Miraglio
Western Group Submits Proposal for Nuclear Power Buisness Week, 7/3/13 by Shannon Dinninny
Energy Northwest Joins Nuclear Initiative Tri-City Herald, 7/1/13 by Annette Cary
BPA Builds a New Wind Forecast BPA Journal, 7/13 by Staff
listen New Battery to Store Wind Energy Being Tested In Tri-Cities Northwest Public Radio, 7/8/13 by Steve Jackson
listen Northwest Laboratories Develop Wind Power Storage Northwest Public Radio, 7/2/13 by Courtney Flatt
watch Energy Northwest's Nine Canyon Wind Project Tests Wind Energy Tri-City Herald, 7/1/13 by Annette Cary
Energy Northwest Tests Wind Power Storage System Business Week, 7/1/13 by Shannon Dininny
Primus Power Wins Energy Storage Project with Bonneville Power and PSE Green Tech, 6/20/13 by Staff
CA Energy Storage Plan May Require $3 Billion Investment Renewable Energy World, 6/13/13 by Andrew Herndon
Agency, Again, Orders Bonneville to Reexamine Pricing Plan Sustainable Business Oregon, 7/1/13 by Andy Giegerich
U.S. House Committee Approves $30 Million for Small Port Dredging The Daily News, 6/30/13 by Andre Stepankowsky
Corps Looks to Dredge Lower Snake River this Winter Capital Press, 6/26/13 by Matthew Weaver
Richland Nuke Plant Coming Back From Outage This Weekend Tri-City Herald, 6/28/13 by Staff
IEA: Global Renewable Energy Growing Fast San Francisco Chronicle, 6/26/13 by Jonathan Fahey
As Wind Energy Rises, So does Opposition to Subsidy that Made it Commercially Viable Intl. Business Times, 6/10/13 by Alexander C. Kaufman
Judge Throws Out Ruling that Gave Port Jobs to Electricians Instead of Longshoremen The Oregonian, 6/17/13 by Richard Read
Federal Judge Tosses NLRB Ruling in Dispute Over Port of Portland Jobs The Republic, 6/17/13 by Steven DuBois
Utility Rate-Making Carries Disincentives for Opting for 'Salmon-Friendly' Renewables Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/7/13 by Staff
U.S. Utilities Grow Renewable Energy But Lack Incentives for Efficiency E & E, 6/6/13 by Daniel Cusick
Large Data Center Exceeds Pendleton Power Capacity Herald and News, 6/9/13 by Associated Press
Google Proposes New Data Center in The Dalles San Francisco Chronicle, 6/6/13 by Associated Press
Commission Decides Idaho Power Customers Should Pay 15 Percent More Starting Saturday Idaho Statesman, 5/31/13 by Staff
Idaho Power Hikes Irrigation Cost 15.38 Percent Capital Press, 6/2/13 by Sean Ellis
Solar Power Generation Hits Record Levels Fox News, 6/2/13 by Staff
Will Solar Power Kill Utility Companies? They Think So. Christian Science Monitor, 6/2/13 by Richard Read
Solar Panels Could Destroy U.S. Utilities, According to U.S. Utilities Grist Magazine, 5/13 by David Roberts
Oregonians Can Save Energy on TVs, Thanks to California Portland Tribune, 5/30/13 by Steve Law
Port of Longview is Third Largest in the State, Surpasses Vancouver The Daily News, 5/23/13 by Erik Olson
American Queen to Begin Service in Pacific Northwest USA Today, 5/21/13 by Larry Bleiberg
Dept. of Energy Won't Extend Operations at Ky. Enriched Uranium Plant; 1,000 Jobs Lost The Republic, 5/24/13 by Alford & Schreiner
Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant Will Close at End of Month WFPL, 5/24/13 by Erica Peterson
Kalama Natural Gas Power Plant Plans in Jeopardy The Daily News, 5/20/13 by Barbara LaBoe
Agriculture and Livestock Remain Major Sources of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Science Codex, 5/8/13 by DOE / PNNL
Researchers Look Underground and Find a Promising Energy Storage Option E & E, 5/28/13 by Elizabeth Harball
Not Just Blowing in the Wind: Compressing Air for Renewable Energy Storage Science Codex, 5/20/13 by DOE / PNNL
Energy Balancing Rate Settlement Signals Commitment to Work on Broader Solutions Albany Tribune, 5/18/13 by Staff
BPA Paid $644 Million for Fish-wildlife in 2012 Spokesman-Review, 5/3/13 by Rich Landers
Bodi: Projects Based on Council's Basin Mitigation Program Showing "Real Results" Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/12/13 by Staff
NW Utilities Report Details Load, Resources Need, Says Demand Down 2014 Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/3/13 by Staff
Corps Awards Little Goose Dam Fishway Repair Contract HydroWorld, 5/15/13 by Staff
Corps Awards Contract for Geotechnical Survey Work at Lower Granite Dam HydroWorld, 5/13/13 by Staff
Little Goose Dam Closing to Traffic Spokesman-Review, 5/13/13 by Rich Landers
Summer Lock Schedule at Corps' Dams Starts Wednesday Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 5/7/13 by Staff
Union says Longshoremen Injured by Truck at Port of Portland Picket Line The Republic, 5/18/13 by Associated Press
Longshore Protest Boat Violates Safety Zone at Port of Kalama The Oregonian, 5/7/13 by Associated Press
Another Grain Handler Locks Out Longshore Workers Capital Press, 5/7/13 by Mateusz Perkowski
Another Grain Terminal Union Lockout Portland Business Journal, 5/6/13 by Staff
Columbia Grain Export Terminal Locks Out Longshore Workers at Port of Portland The Oregonian, 5/4/13 by Richard Read
Columbia Grain Locks Out Dockworkers in U.S. Pacific Northwest Reuters, 5/4/13 by Teresa Carson
Grain Lockout Expands to Port of Portland The Columbian, 5/4/13 by Mark Bowder
Portland Grain Terminal Locks Out Union Workers Herald Business Journal, 5/4/13 by Associated Press
Attempt to Restart Longshore Talks Sputters to a Halt Capital Press, 3/25/13 by Mateusz Perkowski
listen Northwest Nuclear Plant Scores Higher Safety Rating NW Public Radio, 5/15/13 by Anna King
Outage Planned at Richland Nuclear Plant Tri-City Herald, 5/4/13 by Annette Cary
Solar Power is Unstoppable Forbes, 5/2/13 by Karl Smith
DOE Research Creates Low-cost Flow Battery Modern Power Systems, 5/3/13 by Staff
New Battery Design Could Help Solar and Wind Power the Grid Clean Edge News, 4/26/13 by Staff
PUC Renews Idaho Power-Simplot Deal Capital Press, 4/23/13 by Staff
listen Ending Year-End Checks for Green Energy Surpluses Earth Fix, 4/26/13 by Aaron Kunz
The Electricity Distribution Network is Gearing up to Serve New Needs Power-Technology, 5/2/13 by Ensto
New Tech Enables EV Fleets to Sell Electricity to Grid Sustainable Business News, 5/1/13 by Staff
Annual New Renewable Capacity Investment to Hit $630 Billion Clean Edge News, 4/22/13 by Staff
Ormat Selling Geothermal From Nevada to California Clean Edge News, 4/4/13 by Staff
Nevada Utility to Shut Out Coal, Embrace Renewables Renewable Energy World, 4/4/13 by Meg Cichon
Google Contemplates New Data Centers in The Dalles The Oregonian, 4/23/13 by Mike Rogoway
Port of Seattle OIfficials Urge Tri-Cities to Invest in Infrastructure Tri-City Herald, 4/26/13 by Kristi Pihl
Idaho Farmer on Rail Advisory Council Capital Press, 4/16/13 by Matthew Weaver
Glencore looks forward to CFAC restart Hungry Horse News, 5/1/13 by Richard Hanners
Glencore Still Hopes to Reopen CFAC Daily Inter Lake, 4/25/13 by Lynnette Hintze
In-pipe Power - Developing Hydropower from Urban Water-systems Power Technology, 4/10/13 by Staff
Electric Vehicles Sell Power to the US Grid EurAcitv.com, 4/29/13 by Staff
watch New BPA Battery Stores Excess Energy KGW, 2/27/13 by Keely Chalmers
No New Wind Farm Construction In PNW This Year Earth Fix, 5/7/13 by Courtney Flatt
BPA Plan Would Share Costs of Wind-power Shutdown Seattle Times, 4/17/13 by Hal Bernton
BPA Refines Oversupply Cost Allocation Proposal The Dalles Chronicle, 4/17/13 by Staff
Global Wind Power Growth Sets New Records Modern Power Systems, 4/18/13 by Staff
Iberdrola gets FERC Approval for Imbalance Services Sale Proposal Smart Brief, 4/2/13 by Staff
De-risking Wind: Hedging Against Variability Renewable Energy World, 4/2/13 by Rachana Raizada
Energy Forecasting - a New Approach to Managing Demand Smart Grid News, 4/17/13 by Jesse Berst
Los Angeles Celebrates Launch of Largest Municipal Solar Program in U.S. Triple Pundit, 4/29/13 by Richard Hanners
What Does Warren Buffett See in Solar? Renewable Energy World, 4/11/13 by Elisa Wood
Solar Power Finally Makes More Energy Than it Uses Sustainable Business News, 4/19/13 by Staff
New Solar-Cell Coating Could Enable a Major Boost in Efficiency Science Daily, 4/18/13 by David L. Chandler
New Transformer Efficiency Standards Could and Should Be Higher Sustainable Plant, 4/12/13 by Staff
A Blueprint for Green Hydrogen Production from Plants Modern Power Systems, 4/15/13 by Staff
Solar Natural Gas Environmental News Net, 4/11/13 by Andy Soos
Silicon Breakthrough by Mass. Firm may Lead to Cheaper Solar Power E & E, 2/1/13 by Peter Behr
Power Producers Accelerate Switch from Coal to Gas E & E, 2/27/13 by Daniel Cusick
Renewable Energy and Natural Gas Drive Coal and Oil Use Downward E & E, 2/1/13 by Daniel Cusick
Bonneville Move May Help Wind Generation Argus US Electricity, 4/12/13 by Jessica Zahnow
Green Energy Makes Up Half of New U.S. Capacity GreenBiz.com, 1/18/13 by Staff
Federal Court Rules Electricity Rebates Due in California from 2000 Energy Crisis Washington Post, 4/4/13 by Associated Press
Federal Court Rules Electricity Rebates are Due in California Los Angeles Times, 4/4/13 by Marc Lifsher
The Pacific Northwest's Wind Fleet Integration Struggles Power Magazine, 4/1/13 by Eric Christensen
Nanowires Have the Power to Revolutionize Solar Energy Phys Org, 4/8/13 by Hillary Sanctuary
First Solar Acquires Solar Gen 2 Modern Power Systems, 4/7/13 by Staff
U.S. Solar Market Grew 76 Percent in 2012 Clean Edge, 3/25/13 by Staff
US Solar PV Market Grew 76% in 2012 Modern Power Systems, 3/25/13 by Staff
Retired Economists Find Holes in Odessa Plan Capital Press, 4/25/13 by Matthew Weaver
Lewiston Port Eyes Savings on Dock Project Idaho State Journal, 4/21/13 by Associated Press
Lewiston Port may Get Break on Dock Lewiston Tribune, 4/20/13 by Elaine Williams
Dredging Puts Small Ports in Jeopardy Daily Astorian, 4/18/13 by Editorial Board
Ports Fight for Life and Dredging Chinook Observer, 4/16/13 by Kevin Heimbgner
Snake River Dredge Plan Draws Foes The Columbian, 4/21/13 by Nicholas K. Geranios
How Deep is It? Lewiston Tribune, 4/18/13 by Bonnie Schonefeld
listen U.S. Army Corp of Engineers Prepares Snake River Dredging Plans Northwest Public Radio, 4/8/13 by Aaron Kunz
listen Dredging Plan for Lower Snake Stirs Up Opinions Boise State Public Radio, 4/8/13 by Aaron Kunz
Warmer Climate Will Put More Mud in Snake River Idaho Statesman, 4/1/13 by Rocky Barker
Dredging's Impact on Snake River Fish Quietly Debated Spokesman-Review, 3/27/13 by Rich Landers
Activists Oppose Dredging Plan Lewiston Tribune, 3/27/13 by Eric Barker
Dredging the Lower Snake Lewiston Tribune, 1/25/13 by Eric Barker
Dredging the Lower Snake: Public Hearing Jan 24th Lewiston Tribune, 1/24/13 by Eric Barker
Corps Faces a Fight Over Dredging Behind Lower Snake Dams Idaho Statesman, 1/23/13 by Eric Barker
Nuclear Plants Ordered to Upgrade Vents Tri-City Herald, 3/19/13 by Staff
Corps Assesses Danger from Big Quake at 20 NW Dams Yakima Herald, 4/7/13 by Jeff Barnard
EPA to Begin Evaluation of Closed Columbia Falls Plant Missoulian, 4/2/13 by Tristan Scott
Tester Discusses Murky CFAC Future The Daily Inter Lake, 3/26/13 by Jim Mann
States Cooling to Renewable Energy Wall Street Journal, 3/28/13 by Ryan Tracy
Engineer Seeks National Digester Push Capital Press, 1/24/13 by Dan Wheat
After Explosion, Digester Repaired Capital Press, 1/10/13 by Kelsey Thalhofer
PGE Weighs Biofuel Alternatives Capital Press, 11/29/12 by Mitch Lies
Dairies, Canal Firms Favored by Renewable Energy Ruling Capital Press, 12/19/12 by Sean Ellis
Idaho Irrigators, Utilities Reach Deal on Peak Energy Plans Capital Press, 2/25/13 by Mitch Lies
Corps Stresses Maintenance Needs on Columbia-Snake Locks Capital Press, 4/12/13 by Matthew Weaver
Grain Shipments Resume Following Union Lockout Capital Press, 3/7/13 by Mateusz Perkowski
2nd Day of Picketing at Port of Vancouver, Washington Bellingham Herald, 2/28/13 by Steven DuBois
Grain Handler Locks Out Union Capital Press, 2/27/13 by Mateusz Perkowski
Dispute Simmers on the Docks Capital Press, 1/24/13 by Mateusz Perkowski
Talks Resume on Contract Dispute Capital Press, 12/13/12 by Mateusz Perkowski
Extensions Forestall Dock Workers Strike Until Dec. 8 Capital Press, 12/5/12 by Mateusz Perkowski
Grain Handlers Await Union Response Capital Press, 11/29/12 by Mateusz Perkowski
Water Proponents Split Over Annual Fee Proposal Capital Press, 2/21/13 by Mitch Lies
2013 Could be a Watershed Year for Water in Oregon Capital Press, 1/8/13 by Mitch Lies
Stuck Barge Sparks Calls for Dredging Capital Press, 3/21/13 by Matthew Weaver
Upgrades at Ports, More Exports of Corn Benefit Wheat, Official Says Capital Press, 3/18/13 by Matthew Weaver
Bonneville, The Dalles and John Day Locks Open Early The Dalles Chronicle, 3/16/13 by Staff
Kitzhaber Unveils Energy Plan Capital Press, 12/27/12 by Mitch Lies
Show Seminars Focus on Renewable Energy Projects Capital Press, 12/12/12 by Geoff Parks
Japan Adds 1,178 Megawatts of Mostly Solar Energy in Nine Months Bloomberg, 3/15/13 by Chisaki Watanabe
Solar Power has Record Year Despite Bankruptcies CNN Money, 3/14/13 by Steve Hargreaves
World's Largest Solar Power Towers to Rise in California Clean Technica, 3/15/13 by Tina Casey
Two New Solar Power Plants Approved for Federal Land in California Los Angeles Times, 3/13/13 by Julie Cart
Solar Power's Future Looks Dim, as Plug is Pulled on Incentives Fox News, 2/6/13 by Dan Springer
Wind Generates Over 10 Percent of Electricity in Nine U.S. States Clean Edge News, 3/20/13 by Staff
American Wind Power Now Generates Over 10 Percent of Electricity in Nine States Renewable Energy World, 3/15/13 by Carl Levesque
BPA Revises Policy for Managing Seasonal Power Oversupply, Wind Displacements Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/8/13 by Staff
Wind Energy is Blowing Away Nuclear Money Talks News, 3/14/13 by Brandon Ballenger
How Smarter Thermostat Control Yields Energy Savings Triple Pundit, 3/5/13 by Andrew Burger
DOE Helps Manufacturers Find Millions in Hidden Energy Savings GreenBiz.com, 3/11/13 by Jonathan Bardelline
Sequester Carbon, Not Spending Sustainable Industries, 2/27/13 by Erica Etelson
Energy Efficiency Standard Delays Means $3.7B Savings Loss (4.4 M tons CO2/month) Sustainable Business News, 2/20/13 by Staff
The Growth of Efficient Buildings Global Warming is Real, 2/14/13 by Richard Matthews
Why We Need a New Model for Electricity GreenBiz.com, 2/20/13 by Christine Hertzog
A New Hope in Energy Storage? The Columbian, 2/24/13 by Eric Florip
NREL Eyes Intersection of EVs, Green Power and the Grid Renewable Energy World, 2/19/13 by David Glickson
Are Utilities Ready for Electric Vehicles? Power-Technology.com, 2/6/13 by Sarah Blackman
Ports Prepare for Columbia-Snake Lock Shutdown Boise Weekly, 2/21/13 by George Prentice
Snake, Columbia River Locks to Close for Annual Maintenance Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 2/21/13 by Staff
U.S. Army Corps Closes Columbia Locks for Maintenance East Oregonian, 2/21/13 by Staff
Port of Portland OKs Subsidy for Terminal Operator The Columbian, 2/15/13 by Richard Read
Tidal Power Project in Puget Sound One Step Closer to Approval Oregon Public Broadcasting, 1/28/13 by Ashley Ahearn
Oregon Picks Four Spots for Wave and Offshore Wind Energy Oregon Public Broadcasting, 1/25/13 by Amelia Templeton
Four Regional Ports to Purchase Howard Island for $1.32 Million The Daily News, 3/12/13 by Erik Olson
Water Quality Certification - Public Comments about Proposed Dredging Due April 11 Press Release, 3/13 by US Army Corps of Engineers
Comment Period Extended for Snake River Dredging Plans Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 3/13/13 by Staff
Corps Has Plans for Spoils Lewiston Tribune, 3/12/13 by Eric Barker
Don't Take Linwood Laughy's Word for It Lewiston Tribune, 1/31/13 by Marty Trillhaase
Lower Snake River PSMP EIS: Comment Period Extended Dredging Today, 1/24/13 by Staff
Analysis Questions Economics of Barging Lewiston Tribune, 1/21/13 by Eric Barker
Dam Generators Getting Back Online After Fire The Bellingham Herald, 1/19/13 by Staff
Small Fires Briefly Shut Down Ice Harbor Dam My Northwest, 1/18/13 by Associated Press
Fires Cause Shutdown of Ice Harbor Dam Power House Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 1/17/13 by Staff
How Smart Batteries Create Efficient Data Centers Modern Power Systems, 1/15/13 by Nicole Peill-Moelter
Clean Energy Investment Falls Modern Power Systems, 1/14/13 by Staff
Sungevity Receives $125 Million for Rooftop Solar Power Systems Bloomberg, 1/16/13 by Andrew Herndon
7.5MW Solar Power Plant for Water Treatment PV Magazine, 1/7/13 by Staff
This 42-inch TV Uses Less Electricity than a Lightbulb Venture Beat, 1/7/13 by Dean Takahashi
Port Votes to Offer Subsidies to Shipping Firms Portland Business Journal, 1/9/13 by Suzanne Stevens
Antelope on Its Way to Warren Modern Power Systems, 1/10/13 by Staff
listen Congress Extends Key Tax Credits for Wind, Biofuels NW Public Radio, 1/2/13 by Amelia Templeton
Wind Energy Tax Credit Extension Passes with Fiscal Cliff Deal Renewable Energy World, 1/2/13 by Editors
Last-Minute PTC Revision Sparks New Hope for Geothermal Stocks Renewable Energy World, 1/2/13 by Meg Cichon
Post-PTC Extension, Wind Energy Developers Face New Questions North American Windpower, 1/3/13 by Mark Del Franco
Port Townsend Paper Contract Extended BPA Journal, 1/13 by Staff
BPA and Alcoa Sign 10-year Contract BPA Journal, 1/13 by Staff
BPA Customers Pay It Forward BPA Journal, 1/13 by Staff
FERC Issues Oversupply Orders BPA Journal, 1/13 by Staff
2012 back to top
Calmer Heads Prevail in Port of Portland Disputes The Oregonian, 12/28/12 by Editorial Board
Oregon State Begins Solar Power Project Corvallis Gazette-Times, 12/22/12 by James Day
Cloud Seeding Program Expands Consumer Connections, 12/12 by Idaho Power
Precise Control of Power Flows to Facilitate Wider Adoption of Renewable Energy Alternative Energy Magazine, 12/17/12 by Press Release
Dredging Proposed on Snake River The Columbian, 12/16/12 by Associated Press
Corps Wants to Dredge Valley Channel Lewiston Tribune, 12/14/12 by Eric Barker
Columbia Grain Extends Port Lease, Plans $40M Expansion Portland Business Journal, 12/12/12 by Erik Siemers
Clinton Calls for Rebuilding U.S. Electric Grid to Carry More Wind and Solar Power E&E, 12/13/12 by Daniel Cusick
New BPA Agreement to Provide Millions in Savings, Hundreds of Jobs Oregon Public Broadcasting, 12/10/12 by Rob Manning
BPA to Provide Power Supply for Alcoa's Intalco Works Azom.com, 12/10/12 by Alcoa
10-Year Power Deal Ensures Jobs for 625 Alcoa Workers The Columbian, 12/9/12 by Associated Press
Alcoa Signs Ten-Year Power Contract for Intalco Works Daily Finance, 12/7/12 by Business Wire
Alcoa, Bonneville Power Make History KGMI, 12/7/12 by Paul Niemi
Wind, Solar Power Paired with Storage Could be Cost-Effective Way to Power Grid Nanowerk, 12/10/12 by Teresa Messmore
NW Power Supply Adequate for Next Five Years; New Generation, Energy Efficiency Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/7/12 by Staff
Tiny Structure Gives Big Boost to Solar Power R&D Magazine, 12/7/12 by Princeton University
Installed Price of Solar PV Systems in the U.S. Continues to Decline at a Rapid Pace Clean Edge, 11/28/12 by Staff
Cost of Installed Solar Power is Sinking Like a Stone Triple Pundit, 11/28/12 by Tina Casey
Microsoft to Debut Sewage-Powered Data Center GreenBiz.com, 11/26/12 by GreenBiz.com
DOE Announces New Investments in U.S. Offshore Wind Projects Clean Edge, 12/13/12 by Staff
GE is Working on 'Revolutionary' Wind Turbine Blade Modern Power Systems, 11/30/12 by Staff
Wind Sets Record, Out-Generates Hydro BPA Journal, 11/12 by Staff
Groups Back Wind-Energy Tax Credit Duluth News Tribune, 11/29/12 by John Myers
What's Really Killing Energy Behavior Change? GreenBiz.com, 11/28/12 by Lee Ann Head
No Pollution from Barge Accident on Columbia River Seattle Times, 11/23/12 by Associated Press
Tidewater Petroleum Barge Strikes Locks at The Dalles Dam The Columbian, 11/23/12 by Craig Brown
News Photo: Vacuuming the Columbia The Daily News, 11/30/12 by Bill Wagner
NW Grain Terminal Companies Extend Lockout Deadline, Blast Longshore Union The Oregonian, 11/29/12 by Richard Read
Ice Harbor Lock Reopens for Commercial Traffic The News Tribune, 11/18/12 by Craig Brown
Positive Revenue Results For BPA In FY 2012 NW Fishletter, 11/12/12 by Ben Tansey
BPA Gets Spending Reductions from Fish/Wildlife Projects in Effort to Manage Costs Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/9/12 by Staff
Grays Harbor PUD Approves 2013 Budget, Expects 8% Rate Increase KBKW, 12/4/12 by David Haviland
BPA Proposes Rate Increase to Bolster System BPA Journal, 12/12 by Staff
BPA Proposes 9.6% Wholesale Power Rate Increase, 13% Transmission Rate Increase Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/16/12 by Staff
Bonneville Power Proposes 9.6 Percent Rate Increase in 2013 Lebanon Express, 11/14/12 by Staff
Bonneville Power Eyes Wholesale Rate Hike Peninsula Daily News, 11/12/12 by Staff
PUD Responds to Proposed Bonneville Rate Increase KXRO News Radio, 11/12/12 by Staff
BPA Proposes 9.6% Rate Increase Portland Business Journal, 11/9/12 by Staff
Bonneville Proposes Rate Increases Seattle Times, 11/8/12 by Associated Press
PUD Expected to Raise Retail Power Rates by 5 Percent The Daily News, 11/7/12 by Erik Olson
Ice Harbor Lock to Close to Boaters Next Week Tri-City Herald, 11/8/12 by Staff
Port of Benton Officials Prepare for Rail Growth Bellingham Herald, 11/7/12 by Kristi Pihl
Longshore Grain Lockout, Container Closure Could Cripple Portland Shipping The Oregonian, 11/5/12 by Richard Read
Northwest Grain Purchases Diminish as Longshore Talks Resume in Portland The Oregonian, 10/27/12 by Richard Read
Port of Vancouver, Growers Nervously Monitor Grain Talks The Columbian, 10/29/12 by Aaron Corvin
US Power Market Watchdog Seeks Record $470 mln from Barclays Reuters, 12/31/12 by DiSavino & Leff
NRC to Increase Richland Nuke Plant Oversight Due to Findings Tri-City Herald, 10/25/12 by Annette Cary
In the Pacific Northwest, a Smarter Grid Comes Online E&E, 10/25/12 by Nathanael Massey
Vestas to Close Three U.S. Research Centers Sustainable Business Oregon, 10/31/12 by Erik Siemers
BPA Wind Curtailments Trailing 2011 Levels Renewables Biz, 10/23/12 by Carl Dombek
Wind Beats Hydro, for a Day, in Pacific NW Earth Techling, 10/18/12 by Pete Danko
Wind Power Surpasses Hydro for the First Time Ever in NW Region The Oregonian, 10/23/12 by Ted Sickinger
Wind Power Briefly Exceeds Northwest Hydro Power Mail Tribune, 10/25/12 by Associated Press
Wind Power Briefly Exceeds Northwest Hydro Power Seattle Times, 10/24/12 by Associated Press
There's Enough Wind to Power The Whole Planet Scientific American, 9/12 by Ben Schiller
Benton, Kennewick, Pasco Ports Contemplating Key Projects in 2013 The Bellingham Herald, 10/22/12 by Kristi Pihl
Benton PUD Candidates Talk Rates Tri-City Herald, 10/22/12 by Annette Cary
Cement Producers, Eyeing their Bottom Line, Pledge to Cut Emissions Climate Wire, 10/18/12 by Carl Dombek
Sediment Warning for Ice Harbor Dam Boaters The Bellingham Herald, 10/15/12 by Staff
Aquifer Recharge Effort Opens Door to New Water Capital Press, 10/9/12 by John O'Connell
Science Panel says Corps Needs Infusion to Boost Aging Water Projects Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/12/12 by Staff
Washington Energy Deal Beats Challenge in 9th Courthouse News, 10/16/12 by Tim Hull
Alcoa Signs Tentative BPA Contract Nasdaq, 10/15/12 Zacks Equity Research
Intalco gets Long-awaited 10-year Power Deal for Ferndale-area Smelter The Bellingham Herald, 10/9/12 by John Stark
Intalco, Bonneville Reach Tentative Power Deal KGMI News Talk, 10/10/12 by Mike Curtiss
BPA Proposes 10-year Contract with Alcoa's Intalco Aluminum Smelter The Republic, 10/10/12 by Associated Press
Benchmarking Drives 7 Percent Cut in Building Energy Green Tech Enterprise, 10/16/12 by Katherine Tweed
Virtual Energy Storage: Using Buildings as Batteries GreenBiz.com, 10/11/12 Greg Kats & Andrew Seal
Huge California Solar Project in Service UPI, 10/22/12 by Staff
Energy Northwest Mulls Using Richland Land for Solar Power Tri-City Herald, 10/22/12 by Annette Cary
US Sets Aside Land for Solar Development Modern Power Systems, 10/19/12 by Staff
Interior to Fast-track Solar Projects on Public Lands The Hill, 10/12/12 by Zack Colman
US Makes Waves as Marine Power Gains Popularity Intl. Water Power, 10/16/12 by Staff
New Poll Shows Support for Nuclear Energy is Still Low Modern Power Systems, 10/19/12 by Staff
Vestas to Cut a Further 1400 Jobs Modern Power Systems, 10/19/12 by Staff
Major Wind Energy Project Approved in Wyoming Environmental News Net, 10/10/12 by Roger Greenway
New Wind Farm is Nation's Largest; Means More Clean Energy, Jobs Grist, 9/24/12 by Mary Anne Hitt
Bonneville Won't Use NorthWestern Line for Idaho Sacramento Bee, 10/3/12 by Associated Press
Bonneville Power Administration Opting Out of MSTI Project KTVQ News, 10/3/12 by MTN News
PUD Commission Fields Questions Nisqually Valley News, 9/18/12 by Steven Wyble
NW Grain Terminal Managers Prepare for Epic Showdown with Longshoremen The Oregonian, 9/25/12 by Richard Read
watch Tug's Trip Along Snake and Columbia Rivers The Oregonian, 9/17/12 by Jamie Francis
Port of Lewiston Set to Improve Dock Capital Press, 9/13/12 by Carol Ryan Dumas
Data Barns in a Farm Town, Gobbling Power and Flexing Muscle New York Times, 9/23/12 by James Glanz
San Francisco's 100% Renewable Energy Plan Smart Planet, 9/20/12 by Tyler Falk
California Tests Auction System Modern Power Systems, 9/14/12 by Staff
Starbucks, J&J, Yahoo! Fight to Extend Wind Energy Tax Credit Sustainable Business News, 9/21/12 by Staff
Wind-Sector Cuts Tied to Tax-Credit Clouds Wall Street Journal, 9/19/12 by Keith Johnson
Wind Power Group on Layoffs: Congress Can Make it Stop Wichita Business Journal, 9/19/12 by Emily Behlmann
Survey Says the World is in Favour of Wind Energy Modern Power Systems, 9/16/12 by Staff
Southwest Needs Power Lines to Become Solar Hub Fox News, 9/16/12 by Staff
U.S. Solar Industry Anticipates Utility Metering Backlash Bloomberg, 8/28/12 by Chris Martin
California's Solar Energy Passes a Milestone Sacramento Bee, 9/7/12 by Mark Glover
The Effect of Dams on Global Warming Environmental News Net, 8/20/12 by Staff
Council Sends Annual Report on BPA's Fish/Wildlife Spending to NW Governors Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/14/12 by Staff
Council: Pacific NW in 2011 Sets Record for Energy Efficiency Improvements Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/14/12 by Staff
10,000th Inefficient Refrigerator Unplugged Customer Connections, 9/12 by Idaho Power
White House Energy Efficiency Plan Will Up Output, Curb Emissions GreenBiz.com, 9/6/12 Nate Aden & James Bradbury
U.S. Emissions Reach 20-Year Low Environmental News Net, 9/6/12 by Reese Rogers
Brownlee Reservoir to Begin Dropping in the Coming Weeks KIVI TV, 9/5/12 by Jaclyn Brandt
Oil Bath, Anyone? Intel Servers Take a Dip GreenBiz.com, 9/5/12 by Staff
High Stakes for Tacoma, West Coast Ports The News Tribune, 9/2/12 by John Gillie
Utility Companies Plan Transmission Upgrades in MT KPAX, 8/31/12 by Marnee Banks
Corps Awards Contract for Repairs at 980-MW McNary Hydropower Project The Oregonian, 8/14/12 by Richard Read
Port OKs $4.7M to Cover Excess Costs from Labor Dispute Portland Business Journal, 8/8/12 by Erik Siemers
Portland Port Completes Rail Yard Expansion Progressive Railroading, 8/9/12 by Staff
Oregon Port's South Rivergate Expansion Boosts Export Flow Railway Track & Structures, 7/25/12 by Staff
The West Hayden Island Problem: Sudden Surprises The Oregonian, 7/14/12 by Editorial Board
BPA Making 9-year Deal with Port Townsend Mill Seattle Times, 8/17/12 by Associated Press
Weyerheuser's NORPAC Plant in WA Pioneering New Energy Saving Technology Triple Pundit, 8/20/12 by Tina Casey
Non-Hydro Renewable Energy Nears 6% of US Electrical Generation Clean Edge News, 8/29/12 by Staff
Ocean Power Technologies Gets First FERC License for Wave Power Station Clean Edge News, 8/28/12 by Staff
U.S. Wind Power Expected to Peak in 2012 The Green Economy, 8/19/12 by Staff
DOE Report States Wind Accounted for 32% of New Generation in 2011 Clean Edge News, 8/17/12 by Staff
Study Projects Strong Wind Market but Likely Crash if Tax Credits Expire Clean Edge News, 8/16/12 by Staff
2011 a Strong Year for U.S. Wind Power Environmental & Energy Study, 8/14/12 by Staff
Wind Turbine Net Capacity Factor -- 50% the New Normal? Clean Technica, 7/14/12 by Zachary Shahan
US to Make Solar Energy Development on Public Land Easier ARS Technica, 7/27/12 by John Timmer
Solar Cell Industry in Free Fall Trib Total Media, 7/26/12 by Lou Kilzer
Solar Expected to Make Up 40 Percent of PG&E's Renewable Portfolio by 2020 San Jose Mercury News, 7/25/12 by Dana Hull
San Francisco Cutting Back Solar Program Clean Edge News, 7/13/12 by Staff
Energy Northwest to Sell $777,180,000 Electric Revs Aug 15 Reuters, 8/8/12 by Reuters
NRC Issues Safety Findings at Columbia Generating Station Tri-City Herald, 7/26/12 by Annette Cary
EEA Exceeds Savings Targets for 2011 MarketWatch, 7/26/12 by NW Energy Efficiency Alliance
Utilities Embracing Smart Thermostats to Help Manage Grids Giga Om, 7/17/12 by Katie Fehrenbacher
GE's Novel Battery to Bolster the Grid Technology Review, 7/12/12 by Kevin Bullis
Richland Electric Rate Payers to Face Steep Bill Increase Tri-City Herald, 7/25/12 by John Trumbo
Ice Harbor Dam Lock to be Closed Next Week Tri-City Herald, 7/28/12 by Staff
Port of Portland Showdown Looms as Longshoremen Vow to Fight for Jobs The Oregonian, 8/14/12 by Richard Read
Feds: Electricians, Not Longshoremen, get Disputed Port of Portland Jobs The Oregonian, 8/13/12 by Richard Read
Portland to Compensate Terminal Operator for Losses Journal of Commerce, 8/10/12 by Joseph Bonney
NLRB Awards Disputed Port of Portland Jobs to Electricians The Republic, 8/13/12 by Steven DuBois
Hanjin to Resume Portland Container Service Saturday Portland Business Journal, 8/1/12 by Erik Siemers
Longshore Union Risks Contempt Finding for More than Just Two Portland Jobs The Oregonian, 7/18/12 by Richard Read
Portland Longshoremen Urge Judge Michael Simon Not to Find Them in Contempt The Oregonian, 7/17/12 by Richard Read
Judge Orders End to Illegal Port of Portland Slowdown Statesman Journal, 7/4/12 by Associated Press
Judge Bars ILWU from Slowdowns at Portland Journal of Commerce, 7/4/12 by Bill Mongelluzzo
Port of Portland Longshoreman Must Speed Work to Satisfy Judge The Oregonian, 7/3/12 by Richard Read
Port of Portland Dispute: Judge Orders Longshoremen to Stop Slowdown The Oregonian, 7/3/12 by Richard Read
Judge Orders End to Longshoremen's Port of Portland Slowdown Oregon Public Broadcasting, 7/3/12 by Rob Manning
Dispute Over Portland Containers Hits Idaho Port KPIC, 7/3/12 by John Miller
Dock Workers On The Job Today Oregon Public Broadcasting, 7/4/12 by April Baer
Port of Portland says Longshoremen Doing Their Job Statesman Journal, 7/4/12 by Associated Press
Longshore Work Drags Despite Judge's Order, Port of Portland says The Oregonian, 7/4/12 by Richard Read
Judge, Arbitrator Tell Longshoremen to Speed Up as Port of Portland Problems Persist The Oregonian, 7/4/12 by Richard Read
Port Dispute Boosts Agriculture Shipping Costs KGW, 6/27/12 by Associated Press
Longshoremen Boost Production at Port of Portland, Servicing the Hanjin Madrid The Oregonian, 6/23/12 by Richard Read
Judge Appoints Ex-governor to Settle Port Dispute Register-Guard, 6/23/12 by Steven DuBois
Judge Appoints Ex-governor to Settle Port Dispute New England Cable News, 6/22/12 by Staff
Judge Names Kulongoski to Help Settle Port of Portland Dispute Statesman Journal, 6/22/12 by Steven DuBois
Judge to Hear Portland ILWU Case Friday Journal of Commerce, 6/21/12 by Joseph Bonney
Hapag-Lloyd may Join Hanjin in Bypassing Portland Over Labor Dispute Portland Business Journal, 6/21/12 by Erik Siemers
Hanjin Halts Port of Portland Service Due to Labor Dispute Portland Business Journal, 6/21/12 by Erik Siemers
Hanjin Shipping Skipping Port of Portland Statesman Journal, 6/21/12 by Staff
Two Unions at Odds Over Terminal 6 Jobs KGW, 6/20/12 by Joe Smith
ILWU Files Suit in Portland Dispute Journal of Commerce, 6/20/12 by Bill Mongelluzzo
Union Dispute Slows Work at Port of Portland News-Register, 6/20/12 by Steven DuBois
Hapag-Lloyd, Hanjin Skip Portland Calls The Journal of Commerce, 6/22/12 by Joseph Bonney
Missing Parts, Subordination Claims Arise in Port Labor Dispute Portland Business Journal, 7/13/12 by Erik Siemers
Longshore Union Sues Portland Terminal Operator Portland Business Journal, 6/14/12 by Erik Siemers
Portland Longshore Union Dispute Wounds Businesses Across Northwest, Beyond The Oregonian, 7/14/12 by Richard Read
Portland Longshore Lawsuits Multiply as Union Dispute, Cargo Backups The Oregonian, 7/13/12 by Richard Read
Northwest Energy Angels Exceeds $1 Million Investment Milestone Energy Digital, 7/12/12 by Jaime Quick
Longview Grain Terminal Holds Grand Opening KGW, 7/9/12 by Tim Gordon
Report: Cyber Attacks on Critical Infrastructure Jump 383% in 2011 Federal Times, 7/3/12 by Nicole Blake Johnson
Construction to Delay Lower Granite Dam Crossings Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 7/9/12 by Staff
Work on Lower Granite will Cause Traffic Delays Lewiston Tribune, 7/7/12 by Staff
DOE Announces Building Energy Efficiency Investments in Twenty-Two States Clean Edge, 6/28/12 by Staff
BPA Announces Behavior-Based Energy Efficiency Pilot with NW Power KBKW, 7/7/12 by Staff
Starbucks, Utilities Test Behavior-Based Energy Savings Program Environmental Leader, 7/5/12 by Staff
Utility Uses Social Media to Spur Conservation Oregon Public Broadcasting, 7/5/12 by Rob Manning
On the Longest Day of the Year, Celebrate Solar Power! Huffington Post, 6/20/12 by Billy Parish
More U.S. Companies Calling for Extension of Wind Power Tax Credit RevModo, 6/20/12 by David Quilty
U.S. can Expect 80% Drop in Wind Market if PTC for Renewables Not Extended RevModo, 6/12/12 by David Quilty
BPA: Wind Curtailment may be Done for 2012 Sustainable Business Oregon, 6/4/12 by Christina Williams
Creating Power from Wheat Straw Northwest Public Radio, 6/13/12 by Staff
Next Nukes at Hanford Might be Little Guys Crosscut, 6/28/12 by John Stang
Lawmakers Push for Small Modular Nuclear Reactors in Tri-Cities Tri-City Herald, 6/21/12 by Annette Cary
Modular Reactor Concept Perfect for Hanford Site Tri-City Herald, 6/20/12 by Editorial Board
Small Modular Reactor Proposed at Nuclear Plant Tri-City Herald, 6/7/12 by Annette Cary
Columbia Generating Station License Renewal Celebrated, Hated Tri-City Herald, 6/25/12 by Annette Cary
CGS Deserved its Nuclear License Renewal The Oregonian, 6/25/12 by Mark Reddemann
If DOE wants to Tax N-Waste Storage, it Should Come Up with a Plan Seattle Times, 6/4/12 by Editorial Board
Ruling Could Help Break the Nuclear-Waste Logjam National Public Radio, 6/7/12 by Christopher Joyce
Energy Northwest Pays Privilege Tax for 2011 Power Engineering, 6/6/12 by ENP Newswire
USEC Updates Outlook for 2012 Financial Metrics Market Watch, 6/27/12 by Press Release
Energy Northwest Getting Depleted Uranium KNDU/KNDO, 5/18/12 by Brian Brennan
Energy Northwest Plans 10-day Maintenance Outage Tri-City Herald, 5/18/12 by Annette Cary
Fed Agency Upgrades Safety Rating of Dworshak Dam Idaho Press-Tribune, 6/20/12 by Rebecca Boone
After Review, Dworshak is Safer Lewiston Tribune, 6/19/12 by Eric Barker
1 of Just 2 Remaining Aluminum Smelters in NW, Celebrates 60 Years The Republic, 6/22/12 by Shannon Dininny
Intalco Smelter Near Ferndale Gets Short-term Power Contract Extension The News Tribune, 5/24/12 by John Stark
Intalco Needs New BPA Power Deal Soon Bellingham Herald, 4/27/12 by Staff
Officials, Visitors Mark Dam's 50th Anniversary Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 6/16/12 by Andy Porter
Ice Harbor Dam to Celebrate Anniversary Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 6/15/12 by Andy Porter
Ice Harbor Lock and Dam 50th Anniversary KNDO, 6/16/12 by Staff
Ice Harbor Lock and Dam Turns 50 Tri-City Herald, 6/16/12 by John Trumbo
Ice Harbor Dam Near Tri-Cities Turns 50 Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 6/16/12 by Associated Press
Corps to Fete 50th Year of Ice Harbor Dam Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 5/29/12 by Staff
U.S. Solar Power Shines, Will Increase 75 Percent this Year Talking Points Memo, 6/15/12 by Carl Franzen
Renewable Energy Sees a Record $257 Billion of Investment in 2011 Oil Price.com, 6/13/12 by James Burgess
Megaload Decision a Blow to Business at the Port of Lewiston Idaho Statesman, 8/10/11 by Rocky Barker
Container Ship Will Skip Portland as Longshore Slowdown takes Greater Toll The Oregonian, 6/18/12 by Richard Read
Longshore Union: We're Not Slowing Down Port of Portland Portland Business Journal, 6/18/12 by Staff
ILWU Dispute Hits Port of Portland Journal of Commerce, 6/15/12 by Joseph Bonney
Port of Portland Intervenes in T6 Labor Dispute Portland Business Journal, 6/8/12 by Erik Siemers
Longshoremen Dispute Shuts Down Terminal 6 Operations KTVB, 6/7/12 by Staff
State-owned Rail Seeks Aid Capital Press, 5/31/12 by Matthew Weaver
Chickpea, Lentil, Dry Pea Acres Soar in Idaho Capital Press, 5/31/12 by Sean Ellis
River Terminal Moving Grain Despite Fire, Labor Trouble Capital Press, 5/31/12 by Steve Brown
110-Car Train Loader Facility to be Operational for 2013 Harvest Capital Press, 5/25/12 by Matthew Weaver
Congress Revives Zombie Light Bulbs as Energy Dept. Funds New Tech Triple Pundit, 6/11/12 by Tina Casey
Idaho Power Preps for Future Surge in Electric Vehicles KTVB, 5/24/12 by Jacqueline Quynh
Salazar Activates First Solar Power Project on U.S. Land Bloomberg Businessweek, 5/7/12 by Justin Doom
Main St, Wall St. Join in Residential Solar Lease Program Clean Technica, 5/6/12 by Andrew
Big Wind Farm Planned for the Palouse Tri-City Herald, 5/1/12 by Associated Press
Increased Spills from River Dams Could Help Young Fish Survive KLEW TV, 5/3/12 by Whitney Hise
BPA Curtails Another 10 GWh of Wind Energy Generation on NW Grid North American Windpower, 5/1/12 by Staff
BPA Curtails Wind Generation Due to Increase of Hydropower Power Engineering, 5/1/12 by Staff
BPA Orders NW Wind Farms to Curtail Production Oregon Public Broadcasting, 4/30/12 by Staff
Bonneville Power Calls for First Wind Shutdown of the Season Sustainable Business Oregon, 4/30/12 by Christina Williams
BPA Orders NW Wind Farms to Curtail Production Seattle Times, 4/30/12 by Steven DuBois
Big Digester Comes with No Price Tag Capital Press, 4/26/12 by Carol Ryan Dumas
Idahoans Deserve Clean Energy at a Fair Price Idaho Power, 4/12 by Lisa Grow
Shock: PacifiCorp Pushes Up Rates Capital Press, 3/22/12 by Mateusz Perkowski
Fisheries Scientists Redefine the Salmon Debate by Trumpeting more 'Spill' Idaho Statesman, 4/22/12 by Rocky Barker
Grand Coulee upgrade brings 240MW: Dam Project is Much Needed The Olympian, 4/23/12 by Staff
Additional Hydro Identified at USBR Sites Intl. Water Power, 4/13/12 by Staff
listen Army Corps Getting Ready for 'Big Water' in Northwest KUOW, 4/16/12 by Tom Banse
BPA Braces for Strong Spring Runoff, Excess Power and Wind Power Cuts The Oregonian, 4/6/12 by Ted Sickinger
Hanford Target of Occupy Portland Protest Tri-City Herald, 4/16/12 by Annette Cary
NRC Issues Final Report on Columbia Generating Station Tri-City Herald, 4/7/12 by Annette Cary
Rail Charges Spark Alarm Capital Press, 4/5/12 by Matthew Weaver
BPA Trials Acquifer Recharge System Windpower Monthly, 4/13/12 by Staff
BPA Testing New Energy Storage Method to Avoid Wind Power Curtailment North American Windpower, 4/12/12 by Laura DiMugno
BPA to Test Out Aquifer Remedy for Oversupply Emergencies Platts, 4/5/12 by Hilary Milam
Geothermal Energy Could Generate 3 Million Megawatts Power in US Alone Power Engineering, 3/31/12 by B.Sameer Kumar
BPA Filing Comes Under Criticism Sustainable Business Oregon, 3/30/12 by Erik Siemers
Wind Power on BPA System Sets New Record KBKW, 3/26/12 by David Haviland
CA Solar Energy: Bill Would Provide Renewable Rooftops to Poor Communities California Watch, 4/17/12 by Bernice Yeung
Proposed Satellite Would Beam Solar Power to Earth Space.com, 4/6/12 by Leonard David
New Report Finds US Solar Installations Rose 109% in 2011 to 1,855 Megawatts Clean Edge, 3/21/12 by Staff
Think Solar Power Can't Compete with Big Utilities? Think Again Minnesota Public Radio, 3/26/12 by John Farrell
Apple, C. Ore. Officials Make Data Center Tax Deal Bend Bulletin, 4/20/12 by Associated Press
With Facebook, Central OR's Data Centers Expands Democrat Herald, 4/1/12 by Associated Press
Oregon's Data Center Industry Flourishes Statesman Journal, 3/26/12 by Staff
Apple Starts Small with Prineville Data Center The Oregonian, 3/25/12 by Mike Rogoway
Hydropower's Devices Beyond Dams Renewable Energy World, 3/23/12 by Janneke Pieters
Corps Re-Opens Columbia-Snake Locks Tri-City Herald, 3/29/12 by Staff
Port of Portland Linked to Med by German Line Maritime Reporter, 3/9/12 by Associated Press
Time to Make Views Known on Sediment The Daily Astorian, 3/15/12 by Staff
Kitzhaber Backs Columbia Withdrawals Capital Press, 3/1/12 by Mitch Lies
Water Warrior Honored for Efforts Capital Press, 3/15/12 by Matthew Weaver
State of the County: Optimism Despite Tough Ecomony The Daily News, 3/13/12 by Barbara LaBoe
Solar Cell Company Promises Solar Power for $0.50/Watt (Not Twin Creeks) Clean Technica, 3/19/12 by Mathias
Aluminum Cans: the Ultimate in Recycling Seattle Times, 3/9/12 by Tom Watson
Power Supplier Still Talking with CFAC The Daily Inter Lake, 3/2/12 by Staff
Columbia Nuclear Power Plant Issued Final Safety Evaluation for License Renewal PennEnergy, 3/2/12 by U.S. NRC
Distinguished Award for Industrial Energy Efficiency BPA Journal, 3/12 by Staff
BPA Proposes Resolution to Electricity Oversupply BPA Journal, 3/12 by Staff
EnXco, Riverbank Partnering on Pumped Storage Sustainable Business Oregon, 2/28/12 by Christina Williams
Gridflex Plans Grid-scale Power Storage in Oregon Sustainable Business Oregon, 4/21/11 by Lee van der Voo
Rising Temps in Northwest May Impact Hydro, California Climate Central, 3/2/12 by Alyson Kenward
Idaho Power Customers Can Expect their Cost of Electricity to Rise Idaho Statesman, 3/10/12 by Rocky Barker
44 Gallons of Transformer Oil Spill into Snake River Tri-City Herald, 2/29/12 by Annette Cary
Baucus Presses BPA to Help Columbia Falls Aluminum Plant Reopen Missoulian, 3/2/12 by Tristan Scott
CORPS: Ice Harbor Mooring "Dolphin" Declared Hazardous Tri-City Herald, 2/29/12 by Staff
Regional Dams to Close March 6 Tri-City Herald, 2/25/12 by Staff
listen Power Grid Must Adapt to Handle Renewable Energy National Public Radio, 3/12/12 by Christopher Joyce
Solar Power Growth Jumps to New Record Reuters, 3/14/12 by Matt Daily
Solar Energy Applications Now Open for Consumers Energy Business Customers Sacramento Bee, 2/27/12 by Consumers Energy
Slicing Silicon Thinner to Cut the Price of Solar Cells New York Times, 3/13/12 by Matthew L. Wald
Thinly Sliced Cells Slash Solar Power Costs CNet, 3/11/12 by Martin LaMonica
Excess Pacific Northwest Power Generation a Concern KPAX/KAJ, 3/12/12 by Staff
Council: NW Likely to Produce More Electricity Than it Needs Spring, Early Summer Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/9/12 by Staff
BPA Proposes New Approach for Compensating Generators During Oversupply Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/9/12 by Staff
Wind Farms Paid to Stop Producing Power The New American, 3/9/12 by James Heiser
watch Wind Farms in Pacific Northwest Paid to Not Produce Fox News, 3/7/12 by Dan Springer
Bonneville Power Submits Oversupply Plan with FERC Sustainable Business Oregon, 3/6/12 by Christina Williams
Wind Farm In WA State is its Biggest to Date Earth Techling, 3/3/12 by Pete Danko
Washington's Largest Wind-Power Site Begins Generating Electricity MarketWatch, 2/29/12 by Puget Sound Energy
President's 2013 Energy Budget Seeks $2.27 Billion for Efficiency, Renewables Clean Edge, 2/16/12 by Staff
NW Hydroelectric Output Above Five-year Range for Much of 2011 The Financial, 2/25/12 by Staff
Wind Energy Makes New Inroads in Q4 2011 Clean Edge, 2/10/12 by Staff
FERC's Golden Rule Juice, 2/21/12 by NIPCC Staff
BPA Completes Power Transmission Line Early Register-Guard, 2/25/12 by Shannon Dininny
Wind Operators, RNP Protest Latest BPA Proposal Sustainable Business Oregon, 2/13/12 by Christina Williams
NASA Finds 2011 Ninth-Warmest Year on Record NASA News, 1/19/12 by Staff
The Future of Trucking is Electric Environmental News Net, 2/7/12 by David A Gabel
Renewables Now Provide 12 Percent of Domestic Energy Clean Edge News, 1/5/12 by Staff
Factions Cheer Grain Ship Capital Press, 2/9/12 by Steve Brown
New Terminal Offers Opportunity Capital Press, 1/19/12 by Matthew Weaver
First Ship to Arrive at New Longview Grain Terminal Capital Press, 1/9/12 by Steve Brown
City, Port Bank on Ambitious Export Plan Portland Tribune, 2/16/12 by Jim Redden
Montana Co-op Turns Waste to Power ECT.coop, 2/14/12 by Staff
Flathead Electric to Purchase Renewable Energy from Stoltze Lumber Great Falls Tribune, 2/12/12 by Staff
Flathead Electric to Purchase Renewable Energy Great Falls Tribune, 2/12/12 by Myers Reece
Solar Projects Take Home of Hoover Dam Back to Future Las Vegas Review-Journal, 2/6/12 by Doug McMurdo
U.S. Solar Projects Rose 67 Percent in Fourth Quarter, SEIA Says Bloomberg Businessweek, 2/15/12 by Christopher Martin
Problems Cast Shadows of Doubt on Solar Project Los Angeles Times, 2/15/12 by Louis Sahagun
Cambridge University Reveals Breakthrough for Super-efficient Solar Cells Click Green, 2/8/12 by Staff
Fluor to Design, Build, Operate 125-Megawatt Solar Energy Facility in AZ CleanTechnica, 1/31/12 by Nicholas Brown
California Solar Plans Exceed State Goals: Regulator Reuters, 1/31/12 by Matt Daily
Steven Chu Takes on 'Vampire Slayer' Role in Cutting Energy Use GreenBiz.com, 2/11/12 by Meg Waltner
Companies Make Last-Ditch Push for Congress to Extend Wind Tax Credit GreenBiz.com, 2/15/12 by Matthew Wheeland
Wind Energy Installed in 2011 Totals 41,000 MW Renewable Energy World, 2/13/12 by Carl Levesque
Bonneville Power Stretches Grid Flexibility for Wind Energy Sustainable Business Oregon, 2/2/12 by Christina Williams
Hydro, Wind Power Seek Peace In Northwest Earth Techling, 2/15/12 by Pete Danko
Northwest Wind Generators Oppose Bonneville Plan Reuters, 2/13/12 by Eileen O'Grady
Wind Power Developers Disappointed With BPA's Cost-Sharing Proposal North American Windpower, 2/14/12 by Staff
BPA Proposes to Pay Wind Developers to Reduce Power When Rivers High Idaho Statesman, 2/7/12 by Rocky Barker
BPA Proposes to Split the Cost of Wind Farms Power Cuts The Oregonian, 2/7/12 by Ted Sickinger
BPA Proposes Compromise in Wind Power Halt Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/7/12 by Jeff Barnard
Farms, Salmon Needs Vie for Columbia River Water Levels Statesman Journal, 3/11/12 by Jonathan J. Cooper
Columbia River Water Bill Still Alive Capital Press, 2/16/12 by Mitch Lies
Water Push Ignites Debate Capital Press, 2/9/12 by Mitch Lies
Improved Model Analyzes Aquifer Recharge Capital Press, 2/9/12 by John O'Connell
Water Board Announces Commitment to Aquifer Recharge Times-News, 2/1/12 by Melissa Davlin
Irrigation Method Saves Power, Water, Money Capital Press, 1/12/12 by John O'Connell
Farmers Set Beet, Wheat Yield Records Capital Press, 1/19/12 by John O'Connell
Pea, Lentil Acres Slashed Capital Press, 12/1/11 by Sean Ellis
New Grain Terminal Slated for Spring Construction Capital Press, 1/26/12 by Matthew Weaver
US Navy Preps Massive Solar Project Earth Techling, 1/26/12 by Pete Danko
DOE Moves Forward with Small Modular Reactors Tri-City Herald, 1/20/12 by Staff
$30 Million in Upgrades to Generating Station KVEW TV, 1/26/12 by Kristi Paulus
New Safety Standards Post Fukushima Could Cost $30M The News Tribune, 1/26/12 by Annette Cary
watch Energy NN Must Spend at Least $30 Million to Meet New Safety Standards KNDO / KNDU, 1/26/12 by Lisa Loevsky
Idaho Power Rates Remain Among Lowest in Nation Customer Connection, 1/26/12 by Idaho Power
PUD Rate Increase Would Bump Up Average Residential Bill $2.56 a Month The Daily Herald, 1/26/12 by Bill Sheets
U.S. Carbon Emissions on Decline Despite Political Gridlock E&E News, 1/25/12 by Joel Kirkland
U.S. CO2 Emissions to Stay Below 2005 Levels as Coal Use Shrinks Scientific American, 1/24/12 by Valerie Volcovici
Port of Portland Tonnage Up 2% in 2011 The Oregonian, 1/24/12 by Staff
Shipping Blues Lewiston Tribune, 1/22/12 by Elaine Williams
Davos Man Weighs Future of Capitalism The Baltimore Sun, 1/15/12 by Thomasson & Hirschler
Wind Tower Makers Enter the Trade War Modern Power Systems, 1/15/12 by Staff
Oregon Company May Use Montana Power Via MSTI KTRV News, 1/11/12 by Marnee Banks
BPA, Utility Groups Request FERC Reconsider Ruling on Transmission Policy Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/13/12 by Staff
Bonneville Power Asks for Rethink on FERC Wind Power Ruling Environmental Finance, 1/11/12 by Staff
BPA Practices: Federal Action Enforces Fairness in Electricity System The Oregonian, 1/9/12 Reiten Shimsack Furman Piro
BPA Files For Rehearing On FERC's Environmental-Redispatch Order North America Windpower, 1/10/12 by Staff
At Port of Pasco, Cantwell Urges Passage of Freight Measures PoliticalNews.me, 1/11/12 by Staff
Port Official Reports Exports 'Sexy' Again Capital Press, 1/9/12 by Barbara Coyner
Grain Terminal, Union Reach Settlement Capital Press, 1/26/12 by Steve Brown
EGT Labor Settlement Postpones NLRB Hearing on Illegal Picketing The Daily News, 1/8/12 by Staff
Call for Solidarity with Longview Longshoremen The Internationalist, 1/8/12 by Staff
Protest Planned for First Ship to Dock at EGT Grain Terminal The Daily News, 1/6/12 by Erik Olson
Turbinators Selected for Existing Facility in the US Intl. Water Power, 1/6/12 by Staff
Utility Customers Play Role in Future The Columbian, 1/15/12 by Lynn Latendresse
Idaho PUC Accepts Idaho Power's Integrated Resource Plan Renew Grid, 1/9/12 by Staff
Idaho PUC Accepts Idaho Power Long-Range Growth Plan Power Engineering, 1/7/12 by Press Release
Brown Expedites Renewable Energy Projects My Mother Lode, 1/17/12 by Mark Truppner
Renewable Energy Projects in California Go Unused Los Angeles Times, 1/9/12 by Julie Cart
First Solar Panel Reaches Record 14.4% Efficiency, Company Says Bloomberg Businessweek, 1/17/12 by Christopher Martin
It's Time to Pick Sides in the US-China Solar Trade Wars GreenBiz.com, 1/9/12 by Marc Gunther
Solar Power from External Walls Daily Yomiuri, 1/4/12 by Yomiuri Shimbun
BP Calls Time on Its Solar Activities Modern Power Systems, 1/7/12 by Staff
Hydro Among Renewables that Would Benefit from PTC Extension Hydro World, 1/12 by Staff
Oregon Community Wind Finds Seattle Market Earth Techling, 1/4/12 by Lauren Craig
Feds Propose Allowing Wind-farm Developer to Kill Golden Eagles MSNBC, 1/4/12 by James Eng
Richland City Council Considers Electric Rate Increase KNDO, 1/4/12 by Staff
Suit Over Columbia Nuclear Plant Steam Condenser Replacement Goes to Mediation Nuclear Street, 1/2/12 by Staff
2011 back to top
Hanford Commercial Nuclear Reactor Cited for Safety Violations Salem-News, 12/21/11 by Staff
5 Violations Reported During Shutdown at Columbia Generating Station Tri-City Herald, 12/21/11 by Jacques Von Lunen
10 Ways to Boost Your Building's Energy Efficiency in 2012 GreenBiz.com, 12/28/11 by Elaine Gallagher Adams
Repeal of Lightbulb 'Ban' a Dim Move Florida Today, 12/20/11 by Matt Reed
Congress Reaches Deal to Blunt New Light-Bulb Standards Dow Jones News, 12/20/11 by Tennille Tracy
Farmers Seek Columbia River Water Help Capital Press, 12/15/11 by Mitch Lies
Columbia Water Tops Priorities Capital Press, 12/8/11 by Mitch Lies
BPA, CAISO Enhance Coordination BPA Journal, 12/11 by Staff
Feds Tell BPA it Cannot Cut Off Wind Power Earth Techling, 12/8/11 by Staff
'Wind Lens' Magnifies Turbine Output Modern Power Systems, 12/22/11 by Staff
Two Major Renewable Energy Projects Approved Energy Digital, 12/24/11 by Staff
Obama Administration Approves 2 Huge Renewable Energy Projects Clean Technica, 12/22/11 by Zachary Shahan
New Wind Energy Projects (7 More Big Ones) Clean Technica, 12/22/11 by Zachary Shahan
Idaho PUC Approves Previously Rejected Wind Energy Projects Renew Grid, 12/27/11 by Staff
E. Idaho to Get More Wind Turbines After PUC Deal Boston Globe, 12/22/11 by Associated Press
President Obama Announces $4 Billion Investment in Energy Upgrades to Buildings Clean Edge News, 12/2/11 by Staff
MidAmerican Energy to Acquire 550-Megawatt Topaz Solar Farm Clean Edge News, 12/14/11 by Staff
SolarCity & Bank of America Merrill Lynch Move Forward with Project SolarStrong Clean Edge News, 12/1/11 by Staff
BPA and Wind Developers: Federal Energy Ruling is Wrong for Our Region The Oregonian, 12/21/11 by Scott Corwin
BPA Ruling Could Reshape the US Windscape Recharge News, 12/15/11 by Benjamin Romano
FERC Ruling Hailed as Victory Fierce Energy, 12/12/11 by Barbara Vergetis Lundin
Bonneville Power Unfairly Favored Hydro Over Wind, Rules FERC Grist, 12/9/11 by Sean Casten
FERC Rules in Favor of Wind Power in BPA Curtailment Case North American Windpower, 12/8/11 by Laura DiMugno
Nanowire Battery can Holds 10 Times the Charge of Existing Lithium-ion Battery Stanford University News, 12/18/11 by Dan Stober
Microgrids Poised to Grow to Meet Campus-Scale Energy Demands GreenBiz.com, 12/15/11 by Derek Top
BP to Close its Solar Business After 40 Years GreenBiz.com, 12/21/11 by Staff
Google Invests $94 Million in California Solar Farms Christian Science Monitor, 12/20/11 by Michail Vafeiadis
Google and KKR Investing in Development of California Solar Power Project Washington Post, 12/20/11 by Associated Press
Buffett Investment in California Solar Farm Could Boost Industry Los Angeles Times, 12/8/11 by Ronald D. White
Berkshire Buys $2 Billion Power Project in Buffett Solar Bet Bloomberg Businessweek, 12/6/11 by Nicola & Buhayar
Port Shutdown Costs Ag Time, Money Capital Press, 12/15/11 by Steve Brown
Wall Street of the Waterfront Fog City Journal, 12/11/11 by Steve Stallone
Port Preps for Occupy Portland Work Stoppage Portland Business Journal, 12/9/11 by Erik Siemers
Dreadlocks vs. Hardhats Willamette Week, 12/7/11 by Corey Pein
Occupy Portland Plans to Take Over Ports KPTV, 12/6/11 by Staff
Longshore Workers Prepare for Long Fight The Militant, 12/5/11 by Mary Martin
United States: Support Grows for Occupy Port Shut Down Green Left Weekly, 12/4/11 by Staff
Port of Oakland Girds for Blockade Oakland Tribune, 11/30/11 by Cecily Burt
Port Unions Uncertain on Occupy Plan Press-Telegram, 11/28/11 by Kristopher Hanson
Unions: We Don't Support Occupy Port Shutdown Portland Tribue, 11/26/11 by Jim Redden
Pacific Northwest Ports' Imports Fall, Exports Rise Journal of Commerce, 11/21/11 by Bill Mongelluzzo
U.S. Seeks Contractors for Emergency Gate Work at 980-MW McNary HydroWorld, 12/21/11 by PennWell
U.S. Extends Bidding for Intake Gantry Crane at 810-MW Little Goose HydroWorld, 12/14/11 by PennWell
Ice Harbor Dam gets New Gantry Crane The News Tribune, 12/7/11 by Staff
Lower Granite Upgrades to Close Dam for 3 Days Tri-City Herald, 12/5/11 by Staff
Work Will Close Locks on Lower Granite Dam Lewiston Tribune, 12/3/11 by Staff
U.S. Seeks Trash Boom Repair at 810-MW Lower Granite HydroWorld, 12/2/11 by PennWell
U.S. Seeks Breaker Replacement, Rehab at 810-MW Little Goose HydroWorld, 11/29/11 by PennWell
U.S. Seeks Intake Gantry Crane for 810-MW Little Goose HydroWorld, 11/22/11 by PennWell
BPA, California ISO Enhance Coordination with Faster Response Electric Light & Power, 11/28/11 by Staff
BPA Makes Annual Treasury Payment BPA Journal, 11/30/11 by Staff
After 20 Years, Consumers are Finally Getting Greener GreenBiz.com, 11/30/11 by Kelly M. Semrau
Solar Power: Google Pulls the Plug Christian Science Monitor, 11/26/11 by Alexei Oreskovic
Google Pulls the Plug on Its Green Energy Program GreenBiz.com, 11/23/11 by Leslie Guevarra
Vestas gets 138.6MW U.S. Orders for Turbines MarketWatch, 11/22/11 by Flemming Emil
Port of Whitman County Seeks Grant for Rail Work Lewiston Tribune, 11/28/11 by William L. Spence
Money and Clout No Match for an Idaho Winter Lewiston Tribune, 11/21/11 by Marty Trillhaase
Data Centers Sprouting Up in Oregon Canadian Business, 11/20/11 by Associated Press
Google Cans Solar Energy Project Smart Planet, 11/23/11 by Mark Halper
Proposed Wind Farm in WA's Most Important Marbled Murrelet Area Scrubbed Surfbirds News, 12/10/11 by Staff
Endangered Bird's Plight Tables Wind Farm; Demand may Bring it Back The Daily News, 12/2/11 by Editorial Board
Planned Wind Energy Project Terminated Power Engineering, 11/29/11 by Staff
Energy Northwest Makes Wise Choice on Radar Ridge Tri-City Herald, 11/20/11 by Staff
Northwest Wind Plans Dropped in Face of Strict Regulations Recharge, 11/19/11 by Staff
Wind Farm Effort's End Blamed on Agency The Columbian, 11/18/11 by Kathie Durbin
Clallam PUD Loses $300,000 in Cancellation of Wind Farm Project Peninsula Daily News, 11/18/11 by Rob Ollikainen
Giant Turbine Blades Arrive for Macarthur Farm The Standard, 11/17/11 by Alexandra Weaver
Americans Getting Turned on by New Light Bulb Tech CNet, 11/17/11 by Martin LaMonica
Flathead Electric Cooperative to Begin Exploratory Geothermal Drilling Flathead Beacon, 11/14/11 by Myers Reece
Port Angeles to Expand Home Weatherization Program Peninsula Daily News, 11/13/11 by Tom Callis
An Investment in Recycling Will Create Millions of New Green Jobs GreenBiz.com, 11/15/11 by Allen Hershkowitz
CFAC Backers Await Word on BPA Contract KAJ 18, 11/17/11 by Katy Harris
Corps to Seek Transformer Installation at Ice Harbor HydroWorld, 10/6/11 by Pennwell
U.S. Seeks Electrical Upgrades at 603-MW Ice Harbor HydroWorld, 10/6/11 by Pennwell
U.S. Seeks Gate Cable Installation at 603-MW Ice Harbor HydroWorld, 10/6/11 by Pennwell
Economic Panel Compares Methods to Keep More Water In-Stream for Fish Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/11/11 by Staff
Northwest Communities Alter Cold War Economies Chem.Info, 11/13/11 by Shannon Dininny
Amazon Opens New Oregon Data Center for Web Services CIO, 11/9/11 by Nancy Gohring
Contractor Sues Energy Northwest Tri-City Herald, 11/12/11 by Annette Cary
Contractor Sues Energy Northwest Over Nuclear Plant Work The Herald, 11/13/11 by Associated Press
Clallam County Public Utility District Customers Could See Rates Rise Peninsula Daily News, 12/6/11 by Rob Ollikainen
Washington Public Facility Districts Meet in Pasco, Talk Cutting Costs KNDU/KNDO, 12/1/11 by Lisa Loevsky
Ellensburg City Council Indicates Local Electricity Rates will Rise Daily Record, 11/10/11 by Barb Owens
Benton PUD Raises Power Rates 6 Percent Tri-City Herald, 11/9/11 by Annette Cary
Is the Era of Low-cost Power Dead in Cowlitz County? The Daily News, 11/5/11 by Erik Olson
Renewables: The View from Other Public Utilities The Wenatchee World, 11/5/11 by Christine Pratt
watch Condit Dam to be Demolished Wednesday Seattle Times, 10/26/11 by Lynda V. Mapes
Snake River Airports to Stay Open Year-Round KVEW, 11/2/11 by Dan Thesman
Lower Granite Dam Open for Vehicle Crossing on Veterans Day Spokesman-Review, 11/2/11 by Rich Landers
Lower Monumental Dam to Close Until Oct. 28 Tri-City Herald, 10/13/11 by Staff and wire reports
Maintenance Will Close Parts of Little Goose Lewiston Tribune, 10/13/11 by Staff and wire reports
Lower Monumental Dam Crossing to Close Monday Through Oct. 28 Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 10/6/11 by Staff
Lower Granite Dam Open for Vehicle Crossing on Monday Spokesman-Review, 10/6/11 by Rich Landers
The High-Stakes Math Behind the West's Greatest River Forbes, 11/7/11 by Jon Bruner
Recruiting Energy Customers to Use More New York Times, 11/7/11 by Matthew L. Wald
Taming Unruly Wind Power New York Times, 11/4/11 by Matthew L. Wald
Wind Farm Will Harvest Palouse's Bounty Earth Techling, 10/30/11 by Lauren Craig
How to Grow Wind Energy? Faster, More Powerful Data Crunching Greenbang, 10/24/11 by Staff
New Hydropower Unit at Black Canyon Diversion Dam in 2013 Messenger Index, 11/9/11 by Staff
EA Issued for $40 Million Hydro Unit for Idaho's Black Canyon Dam Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/28/11 by Staff
Extra Hydro for Black Canyon Diversion Dam, US Intl. Water Power, 10/26/11 by Staff
In-Conduit Hydro System for Portland, US Intl. Water Power, 10/27/11 by Staff
Renewable Sources Surpass Nuclear by 18% and Are Closing in on Oil Clean Edge News, 10/6/11 by Staff
Energy Storage Driving Growth in U.S. Cleantech Investment GreenBiz.com, 11/3/11 by Staff
OPT Initiative Aims to Reduce Wave Energy Costs Modern Power Systems, 11/1/11 by Staff
GE's Plan to Make Rooftop Solar More Affordable Smart Planet, 10/26/11 by Kirsten Korosec
Campbell's Sacramento Facility Installs 2.3-megawatt Solar System Clean Energy Authority, 10/25/11 by Chris Meehan
Power Rate Increase Expected in 2012 Tri-City Herald, 10/26/11 by Michelle Dupler
Electricity Rates on the Rise as Temps Fall Chinook Observer, 10/25/11 by Cate Gable
Clark County Residents Will Pay 3.9 Percent More for Electricity The Oregonian, 10/25/11 by Kristine Guerra
BC Hydro plays NAFTA Card in Bid to Win Green Energy Status in California Vancouver Sun, 10/21/11 by Gordon Hamilton
Group Seeks Ways to Fund Water Projects Capital Press, 10/24/11 by Matthew Weaver
Judge Rules in Favor of Irrigators Capital Press, 5/27/10 by Matthew Weaver
Geothermal Still Outpowers Wind, Solar in California San Diego Union-Tribune, 10/20/11 by Staff
New York Company Proposes Natural Gas Plant in Troutdale Sustainable Business Oregon, 10/21/11 by Christina Williams
Power Projects Light up Troutdale The Gresham Outlook, 10/21/11 by Calvin Hall
Natural-gas-fired Plant Proposed for Troutdale's Former Reynolds Aluminum Plant The Oregonian, 10/20/11 by Ted Sickinger
First New Hydro Project in Almost 20 Years Opens in WA Intl. Water Power, 10/20/11 by Staff
Intalco Workers Approve New Contract, Avert Strike at Ferndale Smelter Bellingham Herald, 10/28/11 by John Stark
Intalco Workers Will Vote on New Contract Proposal Bellingham Herald, 10/25/11 by John Stark
Intalco to Train Replacement Workers in Event of Strike Bellingham Herald, 10/17/11 by John Stark
Intalco Workers Vote to Strike at Ferndale Area Smelter, But Talks Continue Bellingham Herald, 10/14/11 by Dave Gallagher
Baucus, Tester Push for Power Deal Hungry Horse News, 10/10/11 by Richard Hanners
BPA Makes Scheduled $830 Million Treasury Payment for FY 2011 Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/14/11 by Staff
$10 Million Bird Bond may Doom Naselle Wind Farm The Daily World, 10/18/11 by Angelo Bruscas
Conference to Cover Energy-Saving Ideas Capital Press, 10/13/11 by Sean Ellis
Energy Efficiency Efforts in 2010 Marked Biggest Savings in 30 Year Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/14/11 by Becky Kramer
New Contracts Secure Clean Power, Encourage Conservation BPA Journal, 10/11 by Staff
Northwest Conserved 254 Megawatts Spokesman Review, 10/13/11 by Becky Kramer
U.S. Solar Panel Makers say China Violated Trade Rules New York Times, 10/19/11 by Keith Bradsher
Solar Power Showing Greater Mainstream Potential Chicago Sun-Times, 10/23/11 by Associated Press
First Solar says DOE Loss Won't Cause Delays Reuters, 10/19/11 Nichola Groom and Matt Daily
BrightSource Files Application for 750MW California Project Recharge, 10/14/11 by Benjamin Romano
Solar & Wind Could Power All of the U.S. by 2026 Treehugger, 10/11/11 by Brian Merchant
Idaho Officials Authorize Aquifer Recharge Efforts Capital Press, 10/14/11 by Associated Press
Limited by Funds, Recharge Starts Up Again Times-News, 10/13/11 by Kimberlee Kruesi
Idaho Power Begins Fall Chinook Flow Regime Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/14/11 by Staff
Idaho Power's Fall Flows Have Helped Snake River Chinook Idaho Statesman, 10/11/11 by Rocky Barker
Corps of Engineers Reducing Services at Dworshak Sites Lewiston Tribune, 10/9/11 by Eric Barker
Port Angeles Residents to Pay More for Utilities Next Year Peninsula Daily News, 9/26/11 by Tom Callis
Benton PUD Plans Rate Increase in 2012 Tri-City Herald, 10/12/11 by Annette Cary
Clark County Residents Could See Up to 5 Percent Utility Rate Hike The Oregonian, 10/11/11 by Kristine Guerra
Clark PUD Considers Rate Increases The Columbian, 10/9/11 by Aaron Corvin
PenLight Members to Pay Bonneville Power Rate Surge Kitsap Sun, 10/8/11 by Staff
EWEB Passes 5% Rate Increase KEZI, 10/3/11 by Lauren Mickler
watch EWEB set for Vote on Proposed 5% Rate Increase KMTR, 10/3/11 by Chris McKee
U.S. Seeks Barrier Screen Parts for 980-MW McNary Hydro World, 11/2/11 by PennWell
U.S. to Seek Acoustic Units for Four Dams in NW Hydro World, 10/28/11 by PennWell
Corps Awards Include Fishway Work at 810-MW Lower Monumental Hydro World, 10/13/11 by PennWell
U.S. Seeks Electrical Upgrades at 603-MW Ice Harbor Hydro World, 10/6/11 by PennWell
Repair Work Begins at Damaged Bonneville Fish Ladder The Columbian, 10/5/11 by Eric Florip
U.S. Seeks Fish Counters for Columbia, Snake Hydro Projects Hydro World, 9/30/11 by PennWell
U.S. Wheat Quality Praised Capital Press, 10/6/11 by Sean Ellis
Idaho Spring Wheat Harvest Sets Record Capital Press, 10/6/11 by John O-Connell
Wheat Goes to Feed as Foreign Demand Softens Capital Press, 10/6/11 by Matthew Weaver
Port of Portland Made Development Possible at Site The Gresham Outlook, 10/6/11 by Editorial Board
Port Advances on Troutdale Reynolds Development The Gresham Outlook, 9/30/11 by Staff
U.S. Backs New Loans for Projects on Energy New York Times, 9/28/11 by Matthew L. Wald
First Solar Sells Massive Solar Projects to Utilities Sustainable Business, 10/3/11 by Staff
California Firm Completes 35MW Solar Project Brighter Energy, 9/30/11 by Staff
PG&E Completes Three Solar Projects to Deliver More Clean Energy Reuters, 9/29/11 by Staff
US Finalizes Loan Guarantees for 2 Solar Power Plants Fox Business, 9/28/11 by Ryan Tracy
Ocean Power Technologies Secures Lockheed Support Intl. Water Power, 9/26/11 by Staff
Tri-Citians in Favor of Extending Nuclear Plant's License Tri-City Herald, 9/28/11 by Annette Cary
US NRC Launches Special Inspection into Columbia Outage Problems Platts, 9/26/11 by Elaine Hiruo
NRC Plans Inspection of Richland Nuclear Power Plant Tri-City Herald, 9/24/11 by Annette Cary
Reactors Could Fail During an Earthquake, Maker Says Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, 9/30/11 by Staff & wire reports
Columbia Generating Station is Back After an Expensive and Long Outage KNDO / KNDU, 9/28/11 by Staff
WA's Columbia Nuclear Plant Returns to Service After Extended Outage Nuclear Street, 9/23/11 by Staff
Columbia Generating Station May Start Up Saturday Tri-City Herald, 9/22/11 by Annette Cary
Tester, Baucus Push for CFAC Plant Reopening KTVL News, 9/23/11 by Katy Harris
Electric Rates to Rise 4% Daily Tidings, 9/21/11 by Vickie Aldous
Ashland May Increase Electric Rates KTVL News, 9/19/11 by Staff
High Water Damages Bonneville Dam Fish Ladder Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/23/11 by Staff
Idaho Power's New Gas-fired Plant on Track for Completion Next Year Idaho Press-Tribune, 9/18/11 by John Funk
BPA Announces New Power Line Plan Register-Guard, 9/24/11 by Associated Press
New High-Voltage Transmission Line Brings Jobs and Reinforces BPA System Transmission & Distribution, 9/20/11 by Staff
BPA Transmission Line Will Move Wind Power to Load Centers Renew Grid, 9/19/11 by Staff
New BPA Transmission Line to Aid Wind Energy Expansion Sustainable Business Oregon, 9/19/11 by Erik Siemers
Snake River Dam Lock Schedule Changes for Recreational Boaters Walla-Walla Union Bulletin, 9/20/11 by Staff
Boaters Can Use Dam Locks During Daylight Tri-City Herald, 9/19/11 by Staff
High Wheat Price Likely for Insurance Capital Press, 9/15/11 by Matthew Weaver
Economic & Environmental Impacts of Extended Lock Outage Freight Policy Transportation Institute, 8/11 by Dr. Ken Casavant
Industry Reactions to the Columbia-Snake River Extended Lock Outage Freight Policy Transportation Institute, 6/11 by Dr. Ken Casavant
Industry Preparations to the Columbia-Snake River Extended Lock Outage Freight Policy Transportation Institute, 2/11 by Dr. Ken Casavant
New Grid-Friendly Car Charger is Used for Wind Energy KNDO / KNDU, 9/12/11 by Chloe Beardsley
Shocker: Power Demand from US Homes is Falling Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 9/7/11 by Jonathan Fahey
Solar 'Will Be Competitive by 2020' Modern Power Systems, 9/15/11 by Staff
DOE Announces Funds for Wind, Solar Modern Power Systems, 9/15/11 by Staff
3D Solar's 3-D Solar Cell Could Change the Economics of Solar Power Clean Technica, 9/13/11 by Andrew Burger
New Japanese Wind Turbine Triples Power Output Without Increasing Size Triple Pundit, 9/9/11 by RP Siegel
Geothermal Steaming Ahead in Nevada Earth Techling, 9/12/11 by Steve Duda
U.S. Awards Bypass Relocation Contract at 980-MW McNary HydroWorld, 9/20/11 by PennWell
Lampson Capitalizes on Dam Work American Cranes & Transport, 9/12/11 by D.Ann Shiffler
Sessions Outline Future of Water Capital Press, 9/2/11 by Matthew Weaver
Steelhead Surge and Hold Back at Lower Granite Spokesman-Review, 9/9/11 by Rich Landers
Cooling Off the Columbia: Can Dams Do More? Ecotrope, 9/6/11 by Cassandra Profita
Group Critical of Columbia River Water Quality The Columbian, 9/5/11 by Eric Florip
11 Years of Warm Water in the Columbia River Ecotrope, 9/1/11 by Cassandra Profita
Railroads Brace for More Traffic Capital Press, 9/1/11 by Steve Brown
Court Denies Ruling in Labor Row Capital Press, 10/13/11 by Mateusz Perkowski
Judge Denies EGT Request for Summary Judgment, Sends Matter to Arbitrator The Daily News, 10/7/11 by Erik Olson
Longshoremen's Union Ordered to Pay $250,000 in Damages Reuters, 9/30/11 by Teresa Carson
Judge Considering Fines Against Longshore Union Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 9/30/11 by Associated Press
Hundreds Gather to Show Union Support The Daily News, 9/29/11 Erik Olson & Tony Lystra
Union in Grain Terminal Dispute Wants Sheriff Recalled KATU, 9/27/11 by Staff
Longshore Union Leader: "We're Putting our Bodies on the Line." People's World, 9/26/11 by John Wojcik
ILWU Files Suit Alleging Police Brutality in Grain Terminal Dispute KATU, 9/22/11 by Tilde Herrera
Police Arrest More Longview Longshoremen Following Protest KIRO FM, 9/21/11 by Tim Haeck
Union Protesters Arrested at Port of Longview, Washington Reuters, 9/21/11 by Teresa Carson
Two Arrested in Wake of Port Protest Capital Press, 9/15/11 by Steve Brown
Judge Holds Wash. Union in Contempt for Raid at Grain Terminal Washington Post, 9/15/11 by Associated Press
Longshore Workers Call for Anti-Racist Unity in Their Ranks Workers World, 9/12/11 by Cheryl LaBash
Judge Warns Union to Halt Illegal Tactics Capital Press, 9/10/11 by Mike Baker
Longview Port Protests Turn Violent Portland Business Journal, 9/10/11 by Staff
Port Dispute Worries Wheat Industry Capital Press, 9/9/11 by Steve Brown
National Labor Relations Board Investigates Longshoremen Union Fox News, 9/9/11 by Staff
Longshoremen Strike Shuts Down Seattle Port KUOW, 9/8/11 by Liz Jones
Port of Portland Back to Business After Work Walkout Oregon Public Broadcasting, 9/8/11 by Kristian Foden-Vencil
Union Dispute, Turning Violent, Spreads and Idles Ports New York Times, 9/8/11 by Steven Greenhouse
Port Workers Spend Labor Day on Picket Line People's World, 9/7/11 by Tim Wheeler
Federal Judge Issues Restraining Order Against ILWU Members The Daily News, 9/1/11 by Erik Olsen
NLRB Seeks Order to End 'Aggressive' Picketing at Port of Longview The Daily News, 8/30/11 by Erik Olson
Labor Dispute Slows Grain Export from Longview Port Oregon Public Broadcasting, 8/29/11 by Rob Manning
Economic Boon: Fierce Battle Between Longshoremen and EGT The Daily News, 7/16/11 by Erik Olson
Ports Expand on Both Sides of Pacific Capital Press, 9/1/11 by Steve Brown
Wheat Farmer Reports High Yields Capital Press, 8/22/11 by Terence L. Day
Wheat Expected to be Above Average Capital Press, 8/22/11 by Sean Ellis
Grain Terminal Nears Completion Capital Press, 6/9/11 by Matthew Weaver
Now, For the Good News Flathead Beacon, 9/9/11 by Kellyn Brown
Comment Period Ends for CFAC Power Deal Daily Interlake, 8/31/11 by Lynnette Hintze
Last Day to Comment on Proposed CFAC Power Deal KPAX/KAJ, 8/31/11 by Dennis Bragg
Seven Regional Aluminum Plants Gone Hungry Horse News, 8/31/11 by Richard Hanners
Alcoa Spent $590,000 on Second-Quarter Lobbying ABC News, 8/17/11 by Associated Press
EWEB Eyes New 5 Percent Rate Boost Register Guard, 9/6/11 by Christian Wihtol
EWEB Considers 5% Electric Rate Increase KLCC, 9/5/11 by Angela Kellner
Price of Power Would Go Up Under EWEB Proposal KVAL, 9/2/11 by Staff
Hermiston to Study Two-Tier Rate System Hermiston Herald, 9/8/11 by Luke Hegdal
BPA to Switch to 2-Tier Rate System in October Hermiston Herald, 9/2/11 by Luke Hegdal
US Govt Awards Almost $17M for Advanced Hydropower Technologies Intl. Water Power, 9/7/11 by Staff
Rooftop Solar Leases Energy & Clean Technology, 9/15/11 by Gabriel Schnitzler
Solyndra Backlash Blamed for SolarCity Financing Woes GreenBiz, 9/26/11 by Tilde Herrera
SolarCity Military Solar Project Could Be World's Biggest Residential Contract Clean Energy Authority, 9/9/11 by Chris Meehan
SolarCity Lands Another Big Deal as Walmart Steps Up Solar Plans GreenBiz, 9/22/11 by Tilde Herrera
New SolarCity Deal Will Double U.S. Rooftop Solar Power CNN Money, 9/7/11 by Steve Hargreaves
DOE Awards More Than $145 Million for Advanced Solar Technologies EERE, 9/1/11 by Dennis Bragg
Nuclear Plants Told to Update Community Evacuation Plans Tri-City Herald, 9/2/11 Associated Press & Staff
Last One Up at Snake River ReNews Americas, 9/7/11 by Staff
Blowin' in the Wind; What's the Future of Area Wind Farms? Power Engineering, 8/22/11 by Kendra Evensen
Balance of Power Kept from Tilting The Columbian, 8/21/11 by Eric Florip
5 Ways the Northwest Grid is Getting Smarter Ecotrope, 8/23/11 by Cassandra Profita
It's Time to Close the Tax Loophole that Subsidizes Wasted Energy Greener Buildings, 8/19/11 by Lane Wesley Burt
Power-generating Device Could Be Embedded in Footwear The Engineer, 8/23/11 by Staff
U.S. Awards HCMS Cavitation Repair Contract at Lower Granite Dam HydroWorld, 9/2/11 by PennWell
Corps Extends Bidding for Crane Rehab at 558-MW Bonneville Second HydroWorld, 9/2/11 by PennWell
McNary Dam Opens for Tours East Oregonian, 9/6/11 by Staff
Lower Monumental Dam Reopens to Cars Tri-City Herald, 8/25/11 by Theo Romeo
Post 9/11 Tours of McNary Dam Lock and Fish Viewing Room KNDO / KNDU, 8/13/11 by Kevin Shaub
Corps Begins Dredging Operations at the Mouth of the Columbia River Defense Video & Imagery, 8/16/11 by Michelle Helms
Tariff Halts Traffic Out of Ports East Oregonian, 8/13/11 by Anna Willard
PGE Awarded Tax Incentive for Port Westward Plant South County Spotlight, 8/18/11 by Darryl Swan
Aquamarine Power USA to Investigate Wave Energy Potential in OR Intl. Water Power, 8/11/11 by Staff
Solar may Produce Most of World's Power by 2060, IEA Says Bloomberg, 8/29/11 by Ben Sills
Blythe Solar Project Converts from CSP to PV for its First Phase Clean Energy Authority, 8/22/11 by Theo Romeo
World's Biggest Solar Power Plant Shifts Technology Reuters, 8/18/11 by Nichola Groom
Idaho Power to Begin Solar Power Demonstration Project Idaho Press-Tribune, 8/13/11 by John Funk
BPA Planning More Grid Upgrades to Address Renewables Integration Renew Grid, 8/12/11 by Staff
Energy Northwest: Draft Study Finds No Concerns Tri-City Herald, 8/24/11 by Staff
Energy NW Nuclear Power Restart Delayed Again Tri-City Herald, 8/3/11 by Annette Cary
NEEA Launches 25% Energy Reduction Drive Sustainable Business Oregon, 8/17/11 by Christina Williams
Philips' Ultra-Efficient Lightbulb Wins $10M Prize GreenBiz, 8/4/11 by Tilde Herrera
Data Centers' Power Use Less Than Was Expected New York Times, 7/31/11 by John Markoff
Making 3,000 Tons of Ice Every Night -- Saving Energy (costs) Clean Techies, 7/27/11 by Evan Welsh
Moving in the Right Direction Flathead Beacon, 8/18/11 by Dan Testa
Lucy and the Aluminum Football Flathead Beacon, 8/10/11 by Mark Riffey
Baucus: Hope for Columbia Falls Aluminum Company Political News Me, 8/5/11 by Staff
Power Offer Could Salvage CFAC Hungry Horse News, 8/3/11 by Richard Hanners
watch Tester Sees CFAC Power Deal as Vital to Entire State's Economy KAJ18, 8/3/11 by Dennis Bragg
Hydro Project Added to Water Supply System Overhaul Intl. Water Power, 8/8/11 by Staff
Idaho to Spend Nearly $2M to Study Proposed Dam on Weiser River Idaho Business Review, 8/1/11 by Associated Press
Governor Otter on the Galloway Dam AgInfo.net, 8/13/9 by David Sparks, Ph.D.
Despite Troubled Past, Hydro Remains Dominant Renewable Energy Source in West New West, 7/27/11 by Jamie Bedwell
Energy Policy in the U.S.: Does Solar Power Stand a Chance? Ecopolitology, 8/3/11 by Brittany Mauriss
DOI Approves Renewable Energy Projects Clean Edge News, 7/29/11 by Staff
Renewable Energy May Get a Boost from New Electric Grid Rules GreenBiz, 7/25/11 by Tilde Herrera
Wind Power Wants U.S. Oil Tax Break Used by KKR, Blackstone San Francisco Chronicle, 7/19/11 by Richard Rubin
EIA Report: Renewables Surpass Nuclear Output Renewable Energy World, 7/5/11 by Staff
Power Bills to Increase Soon Island Park News, 8/11/11 by Staff
Mac W&L Still Planning 8.5 Percent Rate Hike News-Register, 8/13/11 by Hannah Hoffman
BPA Will Raise Rates for Lower Valley Energy Jackson Hole News & Guide, 8/12/11 by Tram Whitehurst
BPA to Hike U.S. Northwest Power Rates by 7.8 Pct Reuters, 7/27/11 by Scott DiSavino
BPA Sets 7.8-Percent Average Rate Increase NW Fishletter, 8/5/11 by Ben Tansey
BPA Adopts 7.8 Percent Wholesale Power Rate Increase Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/29/11 by Staff
BPA Price Hike to Up Clallam County Consumer Costs Peninsula Daily News, 7/28/11 by Rob Ollikainen
BPA Announces Wholesale Rate Hike, Hermiston Spared Hermiston Herald, 7/28/11 by Staff
BPA Raises Rates for Some NW Public Utilities by 7.8 Percent The Oregonian, 7/26/11 by Ted Sickinger
Dollars Swimming By Lewiston Tribune, 7/25/11 by Kathy Hedberg
American Safari Cruises Brings Back British Columbia Sailings USA Today, 7/1/11 by Gene Sloan
BPA Encourages Farmers to Get Water Efficient East Oregonian, 7/16/11 by Anna Willard
Modesto Irrigation District OKs Solar Farm The Modesto Bee, 7/26/11 by Ken Carlson
Brea Solar Power Environmental News Net, 7/21/11 by Andy Soos
Date Changed for Bypass Relocation Bidding at 980-MW McNary HydroWorld, 7/26/11 by PennWell
U.S. Seeks Bypass Relocation at Lower Monumental and McNary HydroWorld, 6/14/11 by PennWell
Energy NW Sues for Higher Nuclear Fuel Storage Costs Tri-City Herald, 7/31/11 by Annette Cary
Washington Files New Yucca Lawsuit The News Tribune, 7/30/11 by Annette Cary
DOE to Pay $48.7 Million for Used Nuclear Fuel Storage Costs Nuclear Street, 7/18/11 by Staff
WA Utility Awarded $48.7 Million in Spent Fuel Damages Platts, 7/18/11 by Elaine Hiruo
Energy Northwest Awarded $48.7M for Yucca Delays Tri-City Herald, 7/15/11 by Staff
Nuclear Plants Deserve Their Repayment by DOE Tri-City Herald, 7/22/11 by Editorial Board
Firm Gets Money for DOE Delays Spokesman-Review, 7/17/11 by Staff and Wire Reports
Columbia Generating Station has $3.6B in Debt Tri-City Herald, 7/17/11 by Sandi Doughton
Plant's Costs Versus Benefits Seattle Times, 7/10/11 by Mark Reddemann
Weighing Nuclear Plant's Costs, Benefits Seattle Times, 7/2/11 by Sandi Doughton
Changes Needed at U.S. Nuclear Plants Tri-City Herald, 7/14/11 Associated Press & Staff
Safety Issues Unfold at Hanford Yakima Herald-Republic, 7/8/11 by Greg Spearing
Group Opposes Richland Plant License Renewal Tri-City Herald, 7/7/11 by Staff
State's Only Commercial Nuclear-power Plant: How Safe is It? Seattle Times, 7/2/11 by Sandi Doughton
We Should Demand an Answer Now The Daily Astorian, 7/5/11 by Editorial Board
NRC Continues Review of Energy NW Plant Tri-City Herald, 6/28/11 by Staff
Nuclear Power Plant Target Late August Restart Tri-City Herald, 6/19/11 by Staff
Nuclear Plant Shutdown Likely to Continue into August KVEW, 6/17/11 by Collin Sullivan
Farm Tests Out Smart-grid-like Irrigation System Seattle Times, 7/17/11 by Shannon Dininny
BPA Connects More Renewable Power BPA Journal, 7/11 by Staff
BPA Accelerates EE Funding BPA Journal, 7/11 by Staff
BPA to Manage Energy Efficiency Programs Using Nexant TrakSmart Business Wire, 7/18/11 by Staff
How Many Congressmen Does it Take to Screw Up a Light Bulb? Green Biz, 7/12/11 by David Doniger
The World's Greatest Light Bulb Slate, 7/5/11 by Farhad Manjoo
In Person: Kimberly Harris, CEO of Puget Sound Energy Seattle Times, 7/10/11 by Melissa Allison
Most NW Wind Energy Continues Uninterrupted BPA Journal, 7/11 by Staff
Spring Rise Ebbs in NW; Wind Farms at Full Output Seattle Times, 7/18/11 by Tim Fought
BPA Curtails Wind Production by 7 Percent Daily Record, 7/7/11 by Iris Dimmic
BPA Curtails 6.7% Wind Capacity to Balance Hydro Oversupply Hydrokinetic Energy News, 6/29/11 by Staff
BPA Says Wind Power Cutbacks at 7 Percent Mercury News, 6/28/11 by Associated Press
2010 Wind Technologies Market Report US Department of Energy, 6/11 by Staff
FERC Urged to Reverse Wind Power Curtailment by BPA PennEnergy, 8/11 by Staff
Fish at Center of Power Dispute The Register-Guard, 7/26/11 by Susan Palmer
The BPA Punches Back in Wind Versus Water Fight Renewables Biz, 7/23/11 by Ted Sickinger
Salmon Group Wades into Pacific NW Curtailment Battle North America Windpower, 7/21/11 by Mark Del Franco
Bonneville Defends Wind Curtailment in FERC Filing Reuters, 7/20/11 by Eileen O'Grady
BPA Responds, PUC Weighs in on Wind Complaint Sustainable Business Oregon, 7/19/11 by Christina Williams
BP Joins Others in Opposing BPA Environmental Redispatch at FERC Platts, 7/5/11 by Hilary Costa
When Water Overpowers, Wind Farms Get Steamed National Public Radio, 7/3/11 by Martin Kaste
We Don't Need More Electricity, Just Cleaner Electricity Minnesota Public Radio, 6/30/11 by John Farrell
Too Much of a Good Thing is Wonderful The Daily Transcript, 6/30/11 by Daniel Coffey
Too Much of a Good Thing for the Region's Power Grid The News Tribune, 6/5/11 by Editorial Board
Dworshak Reservoir Nearly at Full Pool Spokesman-Review, 7/1/11 by Rich Landers
Report: Wind, Solar Power Growth is Beginning to Outpace Coal, Nuclear North American Windpower, 7/19/11 by Staff
Power Generation from Renewables Surpasses Nuclear Global Warming is Real, 7/7/11 by Staff
Nano Scale Energy Environmental News Net, 7/19/11 by Andy Soos
High Efficiency Solar Cell Could Be Integrated in Building Materials Modern Power Systems, 7/11/11 by Staff
$7.5 Million Awarded to Help Develop Next Generation Wind Turbines Clean Edge News, 7/7/11 by Staff
DOE Awards More Than $11 Million to Advance Geothermal Clean Edge News, 7/5/11 by Staff
Clean Energy Meets Green Building Sustainable Industries, 6/29/11 by Sara Stroud
U.S. Foodservice Activates Solar Panel Systems to Power Warehouse Marketwatch, 7/13/11 by Staff
Oregon Reduces Solar Incentives to Help Budget Woes Clean Energy Authority, 6/29/11 by Steve Weishampel
U.S. Northwest Hydro Supplies Near Record Highs Reuters, 6/27/11 by DiSavino & O'Grady
BPA Identifies Projects to Add Wind, Transmission East Oregonian, 6/25/11 by Dean Brickey
In WA, a Chance to Prove That Water and Electricity Do Mix Fox News, 6/23/11 by Dan Springer
PUD Considers Rate Increase South County Spotlight, 6/26/11 by Darryl Swan
Some Milton-Freewater Power Customers Likely to See Rate Hike Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 6/26/11 by Staff
Alcoa to Upgrade Longview Dock The Wenatchee World, 6/24/11 by Staff
Study Finds Port of Pasco's Transload Needs Being Met Tri-City Herald, 6/24/11 by Kristi Pihl
Columbia-Snake Repairs get a Lift from Manitowoc 888 Cranes Today, 6/30/11 by Staff
Lower Granite Lock Reopens After Gate Cables Replaced Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 6/23/11 by Staff
Recreational Traffic Has Been Suspended at Lower Monumental Dam Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 6/23/11 by Staff
Lower Monumental Dam Lock Closed Wednesday Tri-City Herald, 6/23/11 by Staff
Late Runoff Complicates Reservoir Refill Lewiston Tribune, 6/23/11 by Eric Barker
Corps Begins Summer Plan for Fish Passage East Oregonian, 6/22/11 by Dean Brickey
Geothermal Energy Projects: Booming and Moving Eastward New West, 6/29/11 by Julia Williamson
DOE to Provide $70 Million to Advance Geothermal Energy Clean Edge News, 6/9/11 by Staff
US Energy Department to Back Loans for Giant Solar-power Project The Australian, 7/1/11 by Ryan Tracy
GE Sees Solar Cheaper Than Fossil Power in Five Years Bloomberg, 6/26/11 by Brian Wingfield
Solar Power Funding Threatened by Congress Arizona Central, 6/26/11 by Staff
DOE Backs Major Solar Project The Epoch Times, 6/23/11 by Ivan Pentchoukov
Bank of America Rooftop Solar Project is World's Biggest CNN Money, 6/22/11 by Charles Riley
New World Record Solar Cell Efficiency Modern Power Systems, 6/10/11 by Staff
BPA Accelerates Delivery of $35 Million to Utilities for Energy Efficiency Transmission & Distribution World, 6/20/11 by Staff
Bonneville Power Releases $35M for Efficiency Programs Sustainable Business Oregon, 6/16/11 by Christina Williams
Light Retrofit Saves 'The Equivalent of Building a Gas Plant' KVAL, 6/16/11 by Staff
Secretary Chu Announces Almost $15 Million for Energy-Efficient Lighting Clean Edge News, 6/8/11 by Staff
watch Wind Farm Developers Hold Blade Signing Local News 8, 6/29/11 by Marissa Bodnar
Bonneville Projects Boost Wind Capacity in Northwest Reuters, 6/21/11 by Eileen O'Grady
Wind Power Industry Not Thrilled with BPA Earth Techling, 6/16/11 by Jasmine Greene
Energy Coalition Files Complaint in Response to Wind Curtailment North American Wind Power, 6/14/11 by Staff
Wind Power and Water Power Collide in the Northwest Los Angeles Times, 6/14/11 by Kim Murphy
NHA Releases 'Guideposts' for Pacific NW Power Dispute, Future Planning Intl. Water Power, 6/10/11 by Staff
Utilities, BPA Move Closer to Agreement The Oregonian, 6/7/11 by Hermiston Herald
BPA Power Exchange Plan Could Save Ratepayers $4 Billion Over 17 Years The Oregonian, 6/11/11 by Ted Sickinger
Council Draft Report Pegs 2010 Fish, Wildlife Spending At $802.3 Million Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/10/11 by Staff
Levels of Gas Bubble Trauma on Migrating Salmon, Not Alarming (?) Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/3/11 by Staff
Water Supply Still Grows as Runoff Begins to Fill Reservoirs NW Fishletter, 6/3/11 by Bill Rudolph
As Snow Melts and Dams Fill, Floods Feared Across West The Bend Bulletin, 6/5/11 by Nicholas K. Geranios
Judge Rejects Bid to Slow Grand Coulee Spill Hermiston Herald, 6/1/11 by Luke Hegdal
Turning Toward the Sun for Energy Inter Press Service, 6/9/11 by Lester R. Brown
Geothermal Firm Offered Loan Guarantee for Northern Nevada Plants Las Vegas Review-Journal, 6/9/11 by Steve Tetreault
Wind Energy Jobs may be Around the Corner, But Competition Still Fierce The Republic, 6/3/11 by Associated Press
GE & Others Secure Financing for Goliath of Thermal Power Plants Clean Technica, 6/1/11 by Mike Curtiss
Renewable Energy Can Exceed Global Demand - UN Report Modern Power Systems, 5/28/11 by Staff
Google Powers Up Alt-Energy Investments Portfolio.com, 5/26/11 by Kent Bernhard, Jr
Wind Farm Moves Forward Capital Press, 5/26/11 by Dave Wilkins
GE Aims for 61% Efficiency Combined with Record Flexibility Modern Power Systems, 5/27/11 by Staff
BPA Makes Wind Forecast Public Power-Gen Worldwide, 5/24/11 by Staff
Energy NW Extends Power Outage Tri-City Herald, 5/21/11 by Annette Cary
Ferndale Plant Adjusting Operations KGMI, 6/2/11 by Mike Curtiss
Murray Praises River Locks Project as Investment in Economy The Columbian, 5/31/11 by Aaron Corvin
Mechanical Trouble to Close The Dalles Navigation Lock Four Days Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/20/11 by Staff
watch Outdoor Adventure: Run of the River Statesman Journal, 6/3/11 by Thomas Patterson
Ore. Water Managers Work to Control Spring Runoff The Seattle Times, 5/27/11 by Associated Press
Reservoirs Prepare for Biggest Chunk of Runoff Volume Yet to Come Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/20/11 by Staff
Shutting Down Wind Power a Necessary Measure of Last Resort The Oregonian, 5/25/11 by Scott Corwin
Flexible Power System a Must to Meet the Region's Demands The Oregonian, 5/24/11 by Angus Duncan
Congressman to BPA: Turn Wind Farms Back On Boise Weekly, 5/24/11 by George Prentice
At Times, it's Wind We Can't Afford Wenatchee World, 5/21/11 by Editorial Board
BPA's Wind Power Cutoff Sends a Troubling Signal The Oregonian, 5/19/11 by Editorial Board
Push for Wind Power Was Not Thought Out Democrat-Herald, 5/17/11 by Editorial Board
Industry Demands Solution to Northwest Grid Overload Delaware Online, 5/24/11 by Jeff Barnard
Congressman Encourages Long-Term Wind Policy North American Windpower, 5/23/11 by Angela Beniwal
Blumenauer, Wind Advocates Blast BPA on Curtailment Plan The Oregonian, 5/23/11 by Ted Sickinger
BPA Decision to Curtail Wind Power Sends 'Chilling Signal' to Industry Renewable Energy World, 5/23/11 by Jennifer Runyon
Clark Public Utilities on Sidelines of Wind Power Battle The Columbian, 5/18/11 by Courtney Sherwood
Wind Farms Curtailed Again as BPA Copes With Runoff NW Fishletter, 6/3/11 by Steve Ernst
High River Flows Prompt BPA Action BPA Journal, 6/11 by Staff
Forced Outages for Northwest Wind Farms Forbes, 5/23/11 by William Pentland
Big Flows Bring Limits on Non-Hydro Energy Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/20/11 by Staff
BPA Decision Discriminates Against Wind Power Reve, 5/20/11 by Rob Manning
Northwest Power Provider Limits Nonhydro Sources Wall Street Journal, 5/18/11 by Joel Millman
Switches Off Wind, Sticks With Water Oregon Public Broadcasting, 5/18/11 by Rob Manning
BPA Curtails Wind Farm Electricity Generation The Oregonian, 5/18/11 by Ted Sickinger
River Rises; Northwest Wind Farms, Plants Cut Back Sacramento Bee, 5/18/11 by Tim Fought
Smelter's Tax Waiver Request Turned Down Hungry Horse News, 5/17/11 by Richard Hanners
CFAC Owners Unveil $12 Billion Stock Offering Hungry Horse News, 5/10/11 by Richard Hanners
CFAC Tax Cut Request Denied KPAX, 5/10/11 by Laura Wilson
U.S. Seeks Fishway Exit Cranes at 980-MW McNary HydroWorld, 6/2/11 by PennWell
U.S. Seeks Equipment, Work at 980-MW McNary HydroWorld, 5/18/11 by PennWell
Summer Recreational Vessel Lockage Schedule Begins Sunday at 9 a.m. East Oregonian, 5/12/11 by Staff
SoloPower Plans for $340 Million North Portland Solar Panel Plant The Oregonian, 5/12/11 by Molly Young
Vancouver Port Lands High-speed Rail Grant for Freight Access Project Progressive Railroading, 5/11/11 by Staff
BPA Prepares for High Runoff BPA Journal, 5/11 by Staff
Northwest Power Surplus may Halt Wind Energy Idaho Statesman, 5/14/11 by Rocky Barker
BPA Will Tamp Down Windfarms When Too Much Power Floods System The Oregonian, 5/13/11 by Ted Sickinger
Wild Salmon and Wind Power Can Work Together Seattle Times, 5/12/11 by Pat Ford
NW Wind Power Could Double, Cause Grid Problems Seattle Times, 5/6/11 by Associated Press
Green Energy Efforts Bring Unexpected Opposition Seattle Times, 5/8/11 by Associated Press
Green Talk vs. Green Action The Daily News, 5/7/11 by Erik Olson
BPA Rolls Back Renewable Energy Incentives Sustainable Business, 5/5/11 by Lee van der Voo
Idaho Power Amps it Up in Fight against Wind Sun Valley Online, 5/3/11 by K Miller
Batteries Hold Promise for Wyoming Wind Power Casper Star-Tribune, 4/22/11 by Jeremy Fugleberg
Price of Power is Going Up East Oregonian, 4/26/11 by Staff
Port Townsend Contract Saves Jobs BPA Journal, 5/11 by Staff
Port Townsend Paper Locks in Low-cost Power for Another Two Years Peninsula Daily News, 4/24/11 by Jeff Chew
Andritz to Overhaul Turbines at Palisades Dam, US Intl. Water Power, 5/10/11 by Staff
Reclamation Awards Contract for Turbine Overhaul at Palisades Dam HydroWorld, 4/28/11 by PennWell
BOR Kicks in $25 Million to Overhaul Turbines at Palisades Dam Daily Reporter, 4/28/11 by Associated Press
Is Our Nuclear Plant Safe? Yes Wenatchee World, 5/10/11 by Ann Congdon
Inside Hanford: A Tour of the NW's Only Nuclear Power Plant KATU, 5/5/11 by Dan Tilkin
Reactor Undergoes Refueling, Upgrades Spokesman-Review, 5/4/11 by Bert Caldwell
Columbia Generating Station Getting Upgrades The News Tribune, 5/4/11 by Michelle Dupler
Hanford Nuclear Plant Midway Through Refueling Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/3/11 by Shannon Dininny
Hanford Plant's Safety Records Reveal Five Reactor Shutdowns in 1 Year KING 5 News, 4/29/11 by Gary Chittim
U.S. Wind Industry Reports Continuing Growth in First Quarter of 2011 Clean Edge News, 4/29/11 by Gary Chittim
PSE's Lower Snake River Wind Project to Boost Power Generation Clean Tech, 4/15/11 by Cameron Chai
Brown Signs Law Requiring 33% Renewable Energy San Francisco Chronicle, 4/13/11 by David R. Baker
BPA Taking Measures to Deal with 'Over-Generation' Conditions Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/29/11 by Staff
Wind Boom's Costs Looming on the Horizon Record Searchlight, 5/1/11 by Editorial Board
Hydro, Wind Battling for Grid Space Wenatchee World, 4/26/11 by Christine Pratt
Power Peak Could Mean Lowered Income for PUDs Wenatchee World, 4/25/11 by Christine Pratt
Bonneville Power may Shut Down Wind Turbines to Protect Salmon Treehugger, 4/14/11 by John Laumer
BPA, Wind Developers Argue Over Too Much Power from Renewables Oregonian, 4/14/11 by Ted Sickinger
Grid Problems Trigger Rolling Wind-Farm Outages in Pacific NW Forbes, 4/14/11 by William Pentland
Wind Turbines Shutdown Possible KAPP TV, 4/13/11 by David Mance
Wind-Power Producers Fight Possible Shutdown of Turbines The Spokesman-Review, 4/10/11 by Hal Bernton
Bonneville Power Plan Creates Buzz in Industry The Spokesman-Review, 4/10/11 by Bert Caldwell
Lack of Dredging Forces Balancing Act for Fish, Navigation, Flood Control Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/8/11 by Staff
Three Data Centers Going Up in Region East Oregonian, 3/27/11 by Dean Brickey
Turning Windows Into Power Plants Photonics Online, 4/20/11 by MIT
Mammoth Solar PV Plant Planned for California Sustainable Business, 4/15/11 by Staff
BrightSource Finalizes $1.6 Billion Financing for Ivanpah Project Clean Edge News, 4/12/11 by Staff
U.S. may Spend $130 Million for Energy Research, Chu Says Bloomberg, 4/20/11 by Brian Wingfield
SunPower Project Receives $1.187 Billion Loan Guarantee from DOE Clean Edge News, 4/14/11 by Staff
DOE Announces Nearly $170 Million for SunShot Projects Clean Edge News, 4/11/11 by Staff
US SunShot Initiative Invests $112.5 Million to Reduce Costs of Solar Energy Efficiency News, 4/8/11 by Staff
Interior, Energy Announce $26 Million to Develop Advanced Hydropower Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/8/11 by Staff
Solar Panel Efficiency Mother Nature Network, 4/8/11 by Roni Robbins
G.E. Plans to Build Largest Solar Panel Plant in U.S. New York Times, 4/7/11 by Todd Woody
Providing Solar Power as a Standard Feature in 10 California Communities Clean Edge News, 3/28/11 by Staff
Power Plant Shuts Down Ahead of Schedule The News Tribune, 4/4/11 by Staff
Energy Northwest Begins Planned Outage at Columbia Generating Station Tri-City Herald, 4/2/11 by Staff
Dairies Get Their Manure Together Capital Press, 4/7/11 by Steve Brown
Wind Power Hits a Trough Wall Street Journal, 4/5/11 by Jeffrey Ball
Feds See Expanded Role for Hydropower in 70 Existing Dams Sustainable Industries, 4/5/11 by Jonathan Hiskes
Report Reveals Hydro Potential at Existing Dams in the US International Water Power, 4/1/11 by Staff
Interior: Potential for Expanding Hydro Energy at Existing NW Dams Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/1/11 by Staff
Ice Harbor Dam Offers More Tours KNDO, 4/1/11 by Staff
Power Plant: One Small Leaf Could Electrify an Entire Home Tech News World, 3/28/11 by Richard Adhikari
'Artificial Leaf' Makes Hydrogen from Solar Cell Green Tech, 3/28/11 by Martin LaMonica
A Battery That Charges in Seconds Environmental News Net, 3/24/11 by Edwin Cartlidge
The New Solar Middlemen Bloomberg Businessweek, 3/24/11 by Goossens & Wade
Lasting Home Elusive for Used Hanford Fuel Spokesman Review, 3/27/11 by Karen Dorn Steele
Corps' Spill Program to Help Salmon, Steelhead Migration The News Tribune, 4/4/11 by John Trumbo
Feds File Spring Hydro/Fish Plan, More Spill Testing at John Day Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/25/11 by Staff
listen Spring Salmon Get Smoother Ride Over NW Dams Public News Service, 3/24/11 by Chris Thomas
Columbia Spill Will Continue for 2011 Osprey Steelhead News, 3/23/11 by Staff
U.S. Seeks Design-Build Work at Projects in Snake River Basin HydroWorld, 3/25/11 by PennWell
Study: Railcar Fleet in Jeopardy Capital Press, 3/3/11 by Matthew Weaver
Alcoa to Add 60 Jobs BPA Journal, 2/11 by Staff
EnerNOC, California Utility Team on Energy Efficiency Mass High Tech, 3/25/11 by Kyle Alspach
Plan Calls for Bio-Energy Plant Near Scappoose South County Spotlight, 3/23/11 by Tyler Graf
NV Energy Seeking Over 100 MW of Solar and Geothermal Projects Renew Grid, 3/15/11 by Staff
BLM Approves 236-Mile North-South Nevada Power Transmission Line The Republic, 3/18/11 by Associated Press
Wind: The Center of the Plan B Economy Earth Policy Institute, 3/15/11 by Lester Brown
Idaho House Panel Rejects Wind Power Moratorium Local News 8, 3/22/11 by John Miller
State Lawmakers Look at Wind Energy Moratorium Local News 8, 3/18/11 by Brett Crandall
Idaho's Peak Rewards Program Changes OK'd Capital Press, 3/11/11 by Dave Wilkins
Aquifer Recharge Funds Ebb Capital Press, 3/17/11 by Dave Wilkins
Idaho Aquifer Plan on Track Capital Press, 2/25/11 by Associated Press
Benton PUD 32% Rate Rise is Topic of Meeting Tri-City Herald, 3/6/11 by Staff
BPA Rate Hike Looms for OTEC Tri-City Herald, 3/2/11 by Blue Mountain Eagle
Wind, Sun Power Still Face Hurdles Wall Street Journal, 3/31/11 by Russell Gold
The Cost of Green: Big Questions about Wind Farm Subsidies The Oregonian, 3/12/11 by Ted Sickinger
Shepherds Flat Wind Farm: What's the Cost to Taxpayers? The Oregonian, 3/12/11 by Ted Sickinger
BPA may Turn Off Unneeded NW Wind Turbines when Power Plentiful The Republic, 3/11/11 by Associated Press
Critics say BPA Drops Ball While Juggling its Power The Register-Guard, 3/11/11 by Susan Palmer
Wind Power on BPA System Sets New Record Transmission & Distribution, 3/3/11 by BPA
Wind Power Sets New Record BPA Journal, 3/11 by Staff
BPA Prepares for Too Much Power BPA Journal, 3/11 by Staff
US Energy Budget Proposal Promotes Huge Shift to Clean Energy International Water Power, 2/22/11 Modern Power Systems
Port of Longview Master Plan Includes Demolition of Grain Terminal The Daily News, 3/9/11 by Erik Olson
Columbia-Snake River Shipping Reopens after Three-Month Shutdown The Oregonian, 3/25/11 by Whitney McFerron
Columbia River to Reopen to Barges, Army Corps Says Bloomberg, 3/25/11 by Whitney McFerron
Companies Cheer Reopening of River's Many Locks Capital Press, 3/24/11 by Matthew Weaver
Corps Extends Bonneville Lock Closure to Midnight East Oregonian, 3/24/11 by Dean Brickey
Bonneville Repairs Taking Longer Than Expected East Oregonian, 3/23/11 by Dean Brickey
Columbia River Reopening, More Mega-loads on the Way Boise Weekly, 3/23/11 by George Prentice
Lower Monumental Lock Opening Again Delayed Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 3/22/11 by Staff
John Day Lock Open, Bonneville, The Dalles Closed East Oregonian, 3/21/11 by Staff
Bonneville Lock Damaged, Corps Extends Columbia-Snake Closure East Oregonian, 3/19/11 by Staff
Bonneville Lock Damaged; Detour in Place KGW, 3/18/11 by Jeff Thompson
Bonneville Locks Damaged by Debris The Columbian, 3/18/11 by Craig Brown
More Locks Problems Upstream The Columbian, 3/18/11 by US ACOE
Reopening Rivers The Columbian, 3/15/11 by Editorial Board
River Locks to be Out for a Bit Longer Tri-City Herald, 3/16/11 by Kathy Korengel
Corps of Engineers Delays LoMo Opening East Oregonian, 3/15/11 by Dean Brickey
Opening of Lower Monumental Dam Lock Pushed Back Walla Walla Union Bulletin, 3/14/11 by Staff
Snake, Columbia River Dams to Open After Long Maintenance Closure KUOW, 3/14/11 by Anna King
Columbia-Snake River Shipping Resuming After Repairs to Locks The Republic, 3/7/11 by Associated Press
River Locks Scheduled to Reopen Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 3/5/11 by Andy Porter
Locks Repairs on Schedule Hermiston Herald, 3/4/11 by Staff
Navigation Lock Projects Entering their Final Phase East Oregonian, 3/2/11 by Dean Brickey
River Closures Positive So Far Capital Press, 2/28/11 by Matthew Weaver
With a Month to Go, Lock Rehab Continues East Oregonian, 2/16/11 by Staff
Supercritical CO2 Brayton Cycle Turbines Promise Giant Leap in Power Science Daily, 3/4/11 by Staff
LA's Water Department to Install 11.6-Megawatt Photovoltaic Array GetSolar.com, 3/4/11 by Staff
Geothermal Site Lands Federal Loan Capital Press, 3/3/11 by Associated Press
Idaho's Geothermal Potential Faces Barriers to Large-scale Production Times-News, 2/14/11 by Laura Lundquist
Juniper Canyon Wind Farm, USA Power-Technology, 3/11 by Staff
Reedsport Wave Power Station, Portland, Oregon Power-Technology, 3/11 by Staff
A Twin-Cell Solar Panel Technology Review, 2/15/11 by Kevin Bullis
Four California Startups Snag Federal Funds Sustainable Industries, 2/4/11 by Sara Stroud
Washington Must Move Fast to Catch Clean Tech Wave Sustainable Industries, 1/26/11 by Jonathan Hiskes
SoloPower to Build $340 Million Solar Factory in OR Sustainable Industries, 1/12/11 by Jonathan Hiskes
PGE, BPA Initiate Collaboration on Transmission Infrastructure Renew Grid, 2/17/11 by Staff
ON Line Project Nets First DOE Loan Guarantee for Transmission Renew Grid, 2/16/11 by Staff
Blades for Wind Farm Arrive in Pasco Tri-City Herald, 2/5/11 by Kathy Korengel
Wind Farm Proposed on Palouse Spokesman-Review, 10/27/10 by Becky Kramer
EnerNOC Providing Demand Response for BPA Renew Grid, 2/3/11 by Staff
Bonneville Power Taps EnerNOC for Demand Response Sustainable Industries, 2/1/11 by Sara Stroud
Lighting Overhaul Brings Efficiency Boost at WA Dam Brighter Energy, 2/3/11 by Staff
Lighting Upgrades at Dam Cut Energy Use in Half Wenatchee World, 2/4/11 by Christine Pratt
Bill Would Ease Permitting Process for Digesters Capital Press, 1/27/11 by Steve Brown
Dredging Work Benefits Mid-Columbia Tri-City Herald, 1/31/11 by Kathy Korengel
Port of Lewiston's Future Viability in Doubt Tri-City Herald, 10/12/10 by Associated Press
How Does the Port of Portland Stack Up in Local Economy? The Oregonian, 2/5/11 by James Mayer
Port of Portland Future Looks Bright KBND News/Talk, 2/1/11 by Staff
Port of Portland Makes Road and Rail Improvements Oregon Public Broadcasting, 1/31/11 by Kristian Foden-Vencil
Portland Cargo Numbers on the Rise Port World, 1/31/11 by Samantha Cacnio
Scores Turn Out to See Progress at Dam Union-Bulletin, 1/27/11 by Andy Porter
State Studies Wind Health The Dalles Chronicle, 2/2/11 by RaeLynn Ricarte
New Power Line Will Leave Somebody Unhappy Yakima Herald-Republic, 1/20/11 by Ross Courtney
Noise Complaints Draw Opposition to Wind Farms Miller-McCune, 1/6/11 by David Rosenfeld
Wind Increasingly Cost-Competitive with Natural Gas Clean Edge News, 1/25/11 by Staff
Spinning the Color Wheel for a 'Green' Alternative Tri-City Herald, 1/28/11 by Editorial Board
Rising NW Hydro Output may Hurt Wind Farms Reuters, 1/25/11 by Eileen O'Grady
BPA Considers Alternatives to New Transmission Line The Columbian, 1/20/11 by Erik Robinson
The Power of Wind The Dalles Chronicle, 1/13/11 by RaeLynn Ricarte
U.S. to Seek Breaker Reconditioning at 810-MW Little Goose HydroWorld, 1/3/11 by PennWell
U.S. to Seek Fish Bypass Relocation Work at 980-MW McNary HydroWorld, 12/28/10 by PennWell
Vancouver Port Lands $72M Deal Portland Business Journal, 1/14/11 by Erik Siemers
Foreign Markets Bolster Inland Economy Capital Press, 1/13/11 by Dave Wilkins
ICTSI Oregon Seen Sustaining Growth Malaya Business Insight, 1/6/11 by Staff
Grain Train Welcomes 29 More Cars Capital Press, 1/6/11 by Matthew Weaver
State Grain Train System Adding 29 Cars Capital Press, 12/22/10 by Associated Press
Alcoa Intalco to Restart Idled Capacity, Create 60 Jobs KGMI, 1/7/10 by Alcoa Staff
Intalco Adding 60 Jobs, Restarting Idled Smelting Capacity The Bellingham Herald, 1/7/10 by John Stark
Columbia Shippers Sign Up for Port Subsidy During Lock Closures The Oregonian, 1/5/11 by James Mayer
Shippers to Receive Financial Help The Peak 104.1, 1/4/11 by Staff
Shippers Seek Port of Portland Subsidies Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1/3/11 by Associated Press
Shippers Sign on for Port Support Capital Press, 12/30/10 by Matthew Weaver
Corps Announces Extension of The Dalles Lock Closure by Five Days Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/7/11 by Staff
The Dalles Dam Lock Closure Extended The Oregonian, 1/3/11 by Staff
Barge Traffic on Hold as Snake River Dams Undergo Maintenance KLEW TV, 1/2/11 by Tracci Dial
FISH check 2011
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River and Lake Fish 'Neglected But Essential' BBC News, 10/22/10 by Richard Black
Four New Studies Detail Economic Contribution of Fisheries Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/17/10 by Staff
Fishing's Net Effect Unknown Lewiston Tribune, 11/8/9 by Elaine Williams
WA State Fourth In Sales From Commercial Fishing Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/9/9 by Associated Press
Plan Outlines Snake Dam Removal Steps The News Tribune, 4/1/10 by Kevin McCullen
Corps to Study Breaching Snake River Dams Seattle Times, 4/1/10 by Associated Press
Corps Plan Lays Out How to Study Dam Breaching Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 4/1/10 by Andy Porter
Corps Releases Possible Dam Breaching Plan of Study Tri-City Herald, 3/31/10 by Staff
Council's 6th Power Plan on Removing Four Lower Snake Dams Columbia Basin Bulletin, 2/9/10 by Staff
Assumptions Fuel Dam Cost Differences Idaho Statesman, 3/9/7 by Rocky Barker
Snake Dam Removal could be Costly Capital Press, 3/9/7 by Pat McCoy
BPA: Removing Snake Dams has High Cost KTVZ, 3/2/7 by Staff
Juvenile Fish Barging - Photo Gallery Tri-City Herald, 5/21/10 by Bob Brawdy
BPA Reports: Salmon Ride Smoothly Through Eight Dams KBKW, 5/26/10 by David Haviland
Dual Strategy Ramps Up to Increase Fish Survival Tri-City Herald, 5/23/10 by Kevin McCullen
Traveling Screens to be Sought for 980-MW McNary in U.S. Pennwell, 5/6/10 by Staff
Voith Mission: Making Dams Safe for Fish York Dispatch, 4/30/10 by Christina Kauffman
listen Fish-Friendly Hydro Turbines on the Drawing Board KPLU, 3/29/10 by Liam Moriarty
New Turbine at Ice Harbor Dam Better for Salmon Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 3/30/10 by Associated Press
Ice Harbor Awaits Fish-friendly Turbine Parts Tri-City Herald, 3/17/10 by Kevin McCullen
Voith Hydro Awarded Ice Harbor Hydro Project Turbine Upgrade HydroWorld, 3/16/10 by PennWell
Dam Managers Tweak Reservoir To Aid Fish NW Fishletter, 8/18/9 by Bill Rudolph
Hydropower Boom May Not Be a Bust for Salmon Los Angeles Times, 7/27/9 by Kim Murphy
Boom in Hydropower Pits Fish Against Climate Los Angeles Times, 7/27/9 by Kim Murphy
Improved Fish Passage at Little Goose Dam BPA Journal, 3/9 by Staff
New Weir Helps Fish at Little Goose Dam The News Tribune, 4/13/9 by Staff
Fish Get Assist at Little Goose Dam on Snake River Daily Journal of Commerce, 2/17/9 by Tyler Graf
Weir Completes Fish-passage Project on Snake Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 2/17/9 by Jack Sands
Wyoming, Idaho Kindred Spirits in Fighting Mussels Billings Gazette, 5/29/10 by Jeff Gearino
If Invasive Mussels Get Into Columbia, Salmon are in Trouble The Oregonian, 8/21/9 by Matthew Preusch
Mussels Will Eventually Bug Northwest Dams, Experts Say NW Fishletter, 8/18/9 by Bill Rudolph
A Big Wall for Small Fish The Dalles Chronicle, 11/30/8 by Kathy Gray
Feds say New I-5 Bridge may Harm Salmon The Oregonian, 8/17/8 by Dylan Rivera
Best Way to Reduce Overfishing, Maximize Profits Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/7/7 by Staff
Working Weirs Tri-City Herald, 10/29/7 by Editorial Board
Help for Salmon The Columbian, 10/29/7 by Editorial Board
Huge Weir Arrives at Dam Union-Bulletin, 10/24/7 by Andy Porter
Salmon Passage, River Temperatures Still Key Obstacles Idaho Statesman, 10/11/7 by Rocky Barker
Dangerous Dam for Fish Idaho Statesman, 10/9/7 by Anna King
Fossil Fuels May be Affecting Salmon Populations Yuba.net, 7/21/7 by Allen Press
WA Gov AK Trade Mission, Talks about Fish, Shipping Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/4/7 by Jeannette Lee
"Gone Fishin'" Signs Scarce this Year Sun Valley Online, 5/31/7 by Gary Stivers
Salmon Economic Act Tackles Fiscal, Enviro Crisis Bend Weekly, 3/16/7 by News Sources
Bill Asks for New Studies of Salmon Idaho Statesman, 3/14/7 by Kevin Diaz
Bill Urges Study of Fish Funds The Columbian, 3/14/7 by Erik Robinson
New 'Fish Slide' for Dam behind Schedule Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/3/6 by Staff
Council says Snake River Chinook Survival Rate Improving KNDO / KNDU, 9/12/6 by Associated Press
DAMS check 2011
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The Power of the Snake River Dams BPA Journal, 3/9 by Staff
Hydropower: It's Renewable, But Is It Green? Oregon Public Broadcasting, 5/11/9 by Ethan Lindsey
BPA Makes Annual Treasury Payment BPA Journal, 11/10 by Staff
BPA Makes Payment to U.S. Treasury KBKW, 10/19/9 by David Haviland
Treasury Payment Reflects Stability BPA Journal, 11/8 by Staff
BPA Makes 25th Annual Payment $963 Million for 2008 Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/17/8 by Staff
BPA Pays $1B to Government Portland Business Journal, 10/12/7 by Staff
BPA Makes $1 Billion Treasury Payment in Full Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/12/7 by Staff
BPA Pays U.S. Treasury BPA Journal, 11/6 by Staff
BPA pays $1.1 Billion to U.S. Treasury Tri-City Herald, 10/11/6 by Staff
Treasury Payment - On Time and In Full BPA Journal, 11/5 by Staff
BPA Pays Treasury in Full and On Time BPA Journal, 11/4 by Staff
BPA Makes $1 Billion Annual Payment to Treasury Columbia Basin Bulletin,10/15/4 by CBB staff
BPA Ends Fiscal Year in Black, Pays Treasury BPA Journal, 12/3 by Staff
BPA Pays Treasury $1 Billion Portland Bus. Journal, 11/17/3 by Staff
BPA Pays U.S. Treasury BPA's Journal, 11/2 by Staff
BPA Pays Treasury $1 Billion in Year 2002 Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/7/2 by Staff
Proposal to Change BPA Hits Brick Wall The Oregonian, 2/8/7 by Jeff Kosseff
BPA Budget Plan Looks Dead The Oregonian, 2/7/7 by Jeff Kosseff
Bush Pressures BPA for Extra Cash The Oregonian, 2/5/7 by Jeff Kosseff
US Senator Introduces Bills to Boost Hydro Generation Intl. Water Power, 7/14/10 by Staff
Dix Set to Begin $25 Million Worth of Dam Lock-gate Work Spokane Journal of Business, 12/3/10 by Mike McLean
Long Reach from Lampson International Cranes, 11/23/10 by Euan Youdale
Thompson Metal Ships Parts for Snake River Dam The Columbian, 11/9/10 by Staff
Corps to Seek Cavitation, Linkage Repair at Lower Monumental HydroWorld, 11/16/10 by PennWell
U.S. Reissues Call for New Gearboxes at 810-MW Lower Monumental HydroWorld, 10/10/10 by PennWell
U.S. Seek Diesel Generators, Switchgear for Three Snake River Plants HydroWorld, 9/29/10 by PennWell
Boosting Power and Fish Survival Through Cutting-Edge Turbines Renewable Energy World, 9/23/10 by Ucilia Wang
New Gearboxes, Restoration Sought for 810-MW Lower Monumental HydroWorld, 9/3/10 by Staff
Ice Harbor Navlock Downstream Gate Cable Contract Awarded Interconnection World, 9/3/10 by Staff
Excitation Equipment Contract Awarded for WA Hydro Projects HydroWorld, 8/25/10 by Staff
U.S. Awards Lower Monumental Bridge Crane Rehab Contract HydroWorld, 8/10/10 by Staff
Federal Funds for Walla Walla-area Projects Move Ahead Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 7/21/10 by Staff
Bonneville Dam's $140M Makeover Done KGW, 7/20/10 by Keely Chalmers
Work Starts Soon to Fix Leaky Idaho Dam Spokesman-Review, 8/24/10 by Associated Press
Dam Safety Contract for Dworshak Dam and Hydro Project in ID HydroWorld, 8/6/10 by Staff
U.S. Awards Lower Granite Hydro Project Generator Rewind Contract HydroWorld, 6/30/10 by PennWell
DOE Deputy Secretary Unveils Northwest ARRA Projects Transmission & Distribution, 6/23/10 by BPA
Weir at Little Goose Improves Fish Passage Efficiency HydroWorld, 6/10 by Staff
More Powerful Turbine Arrives in NW BPA Journal, 6/10/10 by Staff
Impact-Resistant Security Gates for Blocking Vehicle Traffic HydroWorld, 6/14/10 by Eric Barker
Dam Safety Monitoring Tender Set for 402-MW Dworshak HydroWorld, 5/20/10 by Staff
Corps to Begin Inspecting Levees in Tri-Cities The Daily News, 5/20/10 by Kristi Pihl
Meeting Today on Dam, Levy Safety Daily Journal of Commerce, 5/19/10 by Staff
Excitation Equipment Bid Date Set for U.S. Snake River System HydroWorld, 4/16/10 by Staff
Gantry Crane Bidding Extended by US for 635-MW Ice Harbor HydroWorld, 3/16/10 by Staff
Despite Dam Woes, Hydropower Grows Capital Press, 2/14/10 by Mateusz Perkowski
Dams in Doubt Capital Press, 2/11/10 by Mateusz Perkowski
Equipment to be Replaced in Snake River System HydroWorld, 4/24/10 by Staff
Hydro Set to Ease Economic Woes Intl. Water Power, 2/5/10 by Staff
Bonneville Dam Contract Awarded for Seismic Mitigation Work HydroWorld, 2/24/10 by PennWell
US Seeks Generator Rewind for 810-MW Lower Granite HydroWorld, 1/15(?)/10 by Staff
US Seeks Tailrace Gantry Crane for 635-MW Ice Harbor HydroWorld, 1/13(?)/10 by Staff
BPA, Corps Table Lake Level Request Bonner County Daily Bee, 1/16/10 by Keith Kinnaird
Water Under the Bridge The Daily Astorian, 1/13/10 by Staff
Hawaiian Garbage Waits on New Plans The Columbian, 1/10/10 by Erik Robinson
New Report Charts Salmon Progress BPA Journal, 1/10 by Staff
2009 White Book Available BPA Journal, 1/10 by Staff
Expanded Ag Hall of Fame Honors Industry's Leaders Tri-City Herald, 1/5/10 by Editorial Board
Contract Security at Army Corps' Dams Comes to an End The News Tribune, 1/2/10 by John Trumbo
Emergency Deal Puts Security Guards Back at Dams The News Tribune, 10/2/9 by John Trumbo
Wanted: Manned Security for Dams The News Tribune, 9/23/9 by John Trumbo
Two Dam Crossings Temporarily Close Union Bulletin, 9/4/9 by Staff
Snake River Dam Crossings Closed Union-Bulletin, 5/22/9 by Staff
Crossing Times to Change for Three Dams on Snake River Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 9/30/8 by Staff
Dam Controversy Stretches Back to Inception Lewiston Tribune, 12/6/9 by David Johnson
NHA Applauds Funding for Waterpower Program Intl. Water Power, 11/17/9 by Staff
Chu Pledges to Push Hydropower Hydro Currents, 11/6/9 by Staff
DOE Hydropower Funding Upgrades Dams Rather Than Building New Solve Climate, 11/12/9 by Amy Westervelt
DOE Allocates $30.6 Million to Hydroelectric Projects Renewable Energy World, 11/5/9 by Staff
Study Says New Hydro Could Create 700,000 Jobs in the US Intl. Water Power, 10/14/9 by Staff
Dworshak Hopes of Keeping Lower Snake Below 68 Degrees Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/31/9 by Staff
Utility Plans to Reduce Flows Below Hells Canyon Dam Lewiston Tribune, 8/1/9 by Eric Barker
EPA Questions Utility's River Plan Idaho Statesman, 7/12/9 by Rocky Barker
EPA Questions Plan for Cooling Snake River Local News 8, 7/12/9 by Associated Press
Washington Looks to Hydro to Combat Climate Change Intl. Water Power, 7/10/9 by Staff
U.S. Again Extends Bid Date for Turbines at 603-MW Ice Harbor Hydro Review, 5/11/9 by Staff
U.S. Seeks Generator Repair at 558-MW Bonneville Second Hydro Review, 5/11/9 by Staff
Company Considering Hydro Project in N. Idaho KTRV TV, 4/11/9 by Associated Press
Dam Safe Lewiston Tribune, 10/5/8 by Eric Barker
Failure is Not an Option Lewiston Tribune, 10/5/8 by Eric Barker
Dworshak Dam Wins 'Potentially Unsafe' Rating Montana News Station, 10/5/8 by Associated Press
Dworshak Leak Leads to Repairs KLEW News, 7/25/8 by Staff
Conditions bring Vanport Flood to Mind The Columbian, 5/28/8 by Tom Koenninger
Should We Trust? News with Views, 3/4/8 by Lynn Stuter
More Dams May Become Reality KPLU 88.5, 3/26/8 by Anna King
West, Northwest Looking at Building New Dams Seattle Times, 3/3/8 by Nicholas Geranios
WA State Dam Owner Selling Pollution Credits The Bellingham Herald, 3/30/8 by Les Blumenthal
Inland NW Snow Levels Higher Than 30-Year Average Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 3/30/8 by Associated Press
Report Identifies Seepage Issues for Proposed Dam Site Intl. Water Power, 9/20/7 by Staff
Sali Wins Support for Hydropower Idaho Press-Tribune, 8/5/7 by Staff
Window into a Simpler Time Independent-Republic, 6/10/7 by Martin Kidston
Repairs Needed at John Day Dam The Oregonian, 4/20/7 by Associated Press
Weir Work Delayed at Lower Monumental Seattle Daily Journal, 4/17/7 by Staff
Saving the Salmon (w/video) Tri-City Herald, 6/30/7 by Andrew Sirocchi
McNary Provides Multiple Functions East Oregonian, 5/4/7 by Tammy Malgesini
Dams are Integral Part of the PNW Wheat Life, 12/6 by WA Wheat Commission
Enviro Groups Challenge New Dam Relicensing Rules Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/29/6 by Gene Johnson
ALUMINUM check 2011
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Why Recycling Is Worth It Environmental News Net, 5/23/8 by Big Green Purse
Alcoa Spends $680,000 to Lobby Government in 2Q Business Week, 8/23/10 by Associated Press
Alcoa Spends $560,000 to Lobby Government in 1Q Business Week, 5/17/10 by Associated Press
Alcoa Spends $340,000 Lobbying in 4th Quarter Business Week, 3/26/10 by Staff
Alcoa Spent $410,000 in First Quarter on Lobbying Houston Chronicle, 5/12/8 by Associated Press
Glencore in Talks on Power for U.S. Aluminum Plant, Union Says Businessweek, 12/19/10 by Natalie Doss
Speculation Ramps Up Over Potential CFAC Reopening Flathead Beacon, 12/14/10 by Molly Priddy
BPA Sweetens Power Deal for Glencore's Montana Plant Metal Bulletin, 12/9/10 by Staff
Tester Working to Reopen CFAC Plant KPAX, 12/11/10 by Laura Wilson
Tester Urges Long-Term Contract Between CFAC, BPA The Missoulian, 12/7/10 by Tristan Scott
Power Deal Made Final to Keep Intalco Smelter Operating Bellingham Herald, 10/29/10 by John Stark
Intalco Hires New Plant Manager Bellingham Herald, 10/21/10 by Dave Gallagher
BPA to Extend Intalco Power Deal One Year Bellingham Herald, 10/7/10 by John Stark
Ferndale's Three Major Manufacturers Staying Busy During Recession Bellingham Herald, 7/18/10 by Dave Gallagher
Alcoa Planning $20 Million Upgrade to PUD Grid Wenatchee World, 1/19/10 by Christine Pratt
Transformative 2000s; Slipping Aluminum The Dalles Chronicle, 12/31/9 by Kathy Ursprung
BPA, Alcoa Sign Power Contract BPA Journal, 1/10 by Staff
Officials: Loss of Intalco Would Have Been Hit to Taxpayers The Bellingham Herald, 12/27/9 by Sam Taylor
Alcoa's Intalco Works gets Power Contract Wenatchee World, 12/23/9 by Christine Pratt
listen Power Contract Gives Lifeline To Big Smelter KUOW, 12/22/9 by Tom Banse
listen BPA Seals Power Deal with Alcoa Intalco Works Plant KGMI, 12/22/9 by Staff
Alcoa, BPA Reach Accord for Smelter Helping Secure 528 Jobs Earth Times, 12/21/9 by Business Wire
Intalco Smelter gets Breathing Room, Support on Power Deal The Bellingham Herald, 12/21/9 by John Stark
Gregoire, BPA Boss to Visit Intalco Monday The News Tribune, 12/19/9 by John Stark
Tentative Power Deal with BPA Looks Good for Intalco Smelter The Bellingham Herald, 10/31/9 by John Stark
Jobs at Columbia Falls Aluminum Relied on Ratepayers' Subsidies The Missoulian, 11/1/9 by Michael Jamison
CFAC Goes Dark Daily Inter Lake, 10/31/9 by K.J. Hascall
Recycling a Simple Step to Saving Energy Montana Kaimin, 10/29/9 by Laura Lundquist
CFAC Runs Out of Power Options The Daily Inter Lake, 10/22/9 by Staff
Columbia Falls Aluminum to Close at End of October The Missoulian, 10/22/9 by Michael Jamison
Columbia Falls Aluminum to Shut Down by End of the Month Flathead Beacon, 10/21/9 by Molly Priddy
CFAC to Shut Down "Indefinitely" Oct 31 Montana's News Station, 10/21/9 by Staff
No Decision on DSI Service Yet BPA Journal, 10/9 by Staff
Power Deal Deadline Looms for Ferndale-area Smelter Bellingham Herald, 9/26/9 by John Stark
Columbia Falls Aluminum Staying Open into October Great Falls Tribune, 9/11/9 by Associated Press
$32M Power Deal Doesn't Add Up, 9th Circuit Rules Courthouse News Service, 8/31/9 by Staff
Alcoa's Energy Deal With Bonneville Quashed by Court Bloomberg, 8/28/9 by Karen Gullo
Aluminum Plant gets One-Month Reprieve Daily Inter Lake, 7/26/9 by K.J. Hascall
Columbia Falls Aluminum Operations Extended KXMB, 7/26/9 by Associated Press
Low-Price Power Deal May Be in Works for Intalco KGMI, 7/20/9 by Staff
BPA Proposal Looks Like it Will Keep Intalco Smelter Going Bellingham Herald, 7/17/9 by John Stark
Intalco Plant Continues to be Worth Supporting The Bellingham Herald, 6/28/9 by Editorial Board
CFAC Negotiates for Lower Rates with Hopes of Reopening The Missoulian, 6/8/9 by Allison Maier
CFAC Contract Amended for FY 2009 BPA Journal, 3/9 by Staff
DSI Service Workshop BPA Journal, 6/9 by Staff
Intalco says Offer Not Enough to Keep Ferndale Smelter Running The Bellingham Herald, 5/2/9 by John Stark
Intalco Works says it Could Shut Without BPA Break Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/10/9 by Associated Press
Intalco Tells BPA it Could Shut Down in Weeks Without Rate Cut Bellingham Herald, 4/9/9 by John Stark
PUD Directs Rate Hike Ire at Bonneville Power The Daily World, 3/27/9 by Steven Friederich
Intalco says Plant Could Close Without Power Deal The Bellingham Herald, 3/21/9 by John Stark
Columbia Falls Company Won't Close KPAX, 2/16/9 by Staff
Columbia Falls Plant to Remain Operating The Missouian, 2/15/9 by Associated Press
CFAC Power Deal Averts Plant Closure The Missouian, 2/14/9 by Associated Press
Columbia Falls Aluminum Co. Avoids Closure Daily Inter Lake, 2/13/9 by Nancy Kimball
Intalco Power Talks Stall with BPA The Bellingham Herald, 1/23/9 by John Stark
Optimizing Profitability: Aluminum and Electricity Prices The Expert Network, 1/9/9 by GLG Energy Councils
Quebec Hydro Deal Vital Amidst Alcoa Belt-Tightening Intl. Water Power, 1/7/9 by Staff
Senators Seek Power for CFAC The Missoulian, 1/8/9 by Michael Jamison
Senators Ask BPA for CFAC Solution Hungry Horse News, 1/7/9 by Chris Peterson
Baucus, Tester Press BPA to Renegotiate Prices with CFAC Flathead Beacon, 1/5/9 by Dan Testa
BPA Decision on Smelter Contracts Expected this Month The Daily News, 1/5/9 by Erik Olson
Result of BPA Suit: $17 Million Loss to CFAC Hungry Horse News, 12/31/8 by Chris Peterson
Aluminum Plant Shuts Down, Lays Off 200 Billings Gazette, 12/25/8 by Michael Jamison
Columbia Falls Plant Closing Tri-City Herald, 12/24/8 by Staff
As Usual, Opinions Split on BPA-Smelter Contracts KTVZ.com, 11/17/8 by Associated Press
As Usual, Opinions Split on BPA-Smelter Contracts San Diego Union Tribune, 11/17/8 by Staff
BPA's Aluminum Power Deals Stir More Debate Metal Bulletin, 11/17/8 American Metal Market
BPA Subsidies for Aluminum Industry Under Siege The Oregonian, 11/16/8 by Ted Sickinger
Jobs are Jobs The Daily News, 11/15/8 by Pat Flaherty
Say 'No' to Alcoa The Daily News, 11/13/8 by Wesley E. Wheeler
Energy Deal Sparks Strong Objections The Daily News, 11/7/8 by Erik Olson
Alcoa, BPA Sign Power Supply Deal for Intalco Smelter Intl. Water Power, 10/28/8 by Staff
BPA Proposes Long-term Deal for Intalco The Bellingham Herald, 10/11/8 by Samantha Bates
Alcoa Signs Power MOU with BPA Die Welt, 10/10/8 by Staff
BPA Proposes Energy Deal for Washington Aluminum Plant Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 10/10/8 by Associated Press
BPA Boss Tells Intalco Workers No Guarantee of Cheap Power Bellingham Herald, 10/1/8 by Philip Dwyer
Senator Seeks Alcoa Contract Record-Journal, 8/13/8 by Shawna Keen
Alcoa Finalises WA Hydro Deal for Smelter, BPA Talks Next Intl. Water Power, 7/22/8 by Staff
Larsen Optimistic on Intalco The Bellingham Herald, 7/5/8 by John Stark
CFAC May Cut Back Production Daily Inter Lake, 5/24/8 by Nancy Kimball
Aluminum Industry Puts Focus on Energy Sources Wall Street Journal, 9/13/7 by Robert Guy Matthews
BC Hydro Re-files Alcan Power Supply Deal Intl. Water Power, 9/12/7 by Staff
City Annexes Alcoa Property Gresham Outlook, 3/2/7 by Chad Abraham
Vancouver Port Buys Smelter Site Purchasing.com, 2/14/7 by Tom Stundza
Port Action Positive Step for Vancouver The Columbian, 2/14/7 by Tom Koenninger
Intalco Ramps Up Production Bellingham Herald, 2/6/7 by John Stark
Metals Industry Recycling for Sustainable Development GreenBiz.com, 12/14/6 by Staff
Airlines Toss Enough Cans Each Year to Build a Fleet GreenBiz.com, 12/15/6 by Staff
Alcoa To Restart Intalco Line Washington CEO, 11/30/6 by Staff
CFAC Adds to Labor Pool, Could Start Up more Pots Hungry Horse News, 11/23/6 by Chris Peterson
Aluminum Plant may Hire 130 People Daily Inter Lake, 11/22/6 by Nancy Kimball
Alcoa Shares Rise on Restructuring Plans MarketWatch, 11/22/6 by Laura Mandaro
Optimism at Aluminum Smelter The Bellingham Herald, 10/8/6 by Dave Gallagher
Intalco Boosting Output The Bellingham Herald, 10/1/6 by Mary Lane Gallagher
Alcoa Adds 170 Jobs to Support Re-Start of 2nd Potline Business Wire, 9/30/6 by Staff
US Aluminum Industry Reeling from Power Issues MarketWatch, 9/12/6 Alison Guerriere Ciaccio
BPA Subsidy The Oregonian, 9/9/6 by Ted Sickinger
CFAC wants BPA Hungry Horse News, 8/30/6 by Heidi Desch
Aluminum Not Foiled The Daily Score, 8/1/6 by Clark Williams-Derry
Intalco Secures 5-year Power Supply Bellingham Herald, 8/1/6 by John Stark
Alcoa, BPA Reach Deal for Ferndale Smelter PS Business Journal, 7/31/6 by Staff
Alcoa Reports Surge in Profits Bellingham Herald, 7/11/6 by Associated Press
Kaiser Aluminum Back in the Black, Feeling Optimistic The News Tribune, 7/7/6 by Nicholas Geranios
Alcoa Buys Out Minority Partners at Smelters Pittsburgh Business Times, 6/30/6 by Staff
Alcoa Takes Control of Two Smelters Metal Producing, 6/6 by Staff
BPA Deal will Help CFAC Hungry Horse News, 6/7/6 by Chris Peterson
BPA Deal Offers Hope to Industrial Producers The Missoulian, 6/6/6 by Michael Jamison
BPA Finalizes Plan to Help Aluminum Companies The World LInk, 6/2/6 by Nicholas Geranios
C. Falls Aluminum Firm, BPA Approve Contract The Daily Inter Lake, 6/1/6 by Staff
Intalco will Struggle with New Power Deal The Bellingham Herald, 6/1/6 by John Stark
Bonneville Offers Smelter Financing The Dalles Chronicle, 6/2/6 by Rodger Nichols
Alcoa Plant Operators Prepare for Worst-Case Scenario Business First, 5/26/6 by Brent Adams
Alcoa Nod Nets $484m Herald Sun, 5/31/6 by Brett Foley
IRRIGATION check 2011
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Agencies, Farmers Mull Aquifer Options Capital Press, 10/28/10 by Matthew Weaver
Officials Mull Aquifer Decline, Canada Treaty Capital Press, 10/21/10 by Matthew Weaver
Ice Age Ground Water Vanishing Capital Press, 10/7/10 by Matthew Weaver
Columbia Basin Farmers Rejoice Over a Key Irrigation Pipeline Seattle Times, 3/13/10 by Craig Welch
Ecology Must Find Way to Approve Irrigation Trial Tri-City Herald, 11/22/9 by Staff
Irrigators Fed Up with State Over Increased Water Rights The News Tribune, 11/12/9 by Annette Cary
Irrigation Pipeline Replaces Deep Wells Capital Press, 9/1/9 by Dave Wilkins
Irrigation Project Continues The Othello Outlook, 2/7/9 by LuAnn Morgan
After Years of Waiting, Water may Finally Flow Wenatchee World, 6/10/8 by K.C. Mehaffey
New Water Allocations May Ease Irrigation Worries Capital Press, 6/6/8 by Jamie Henneman
Water Users can Tap Cost-sharing Program The Omak Chronicle, 6/4/8 by Staff
WA Gov Signs Bill Providing more Water for Columbia Basin Seattle Times, 3/21/8 by Nicholas Geranios
New Columbia River Water Rights Under Review Environment News Service, 1/20/7 by Staff
Aquifer sets Stage for Rest of State Farm & Ranch Guide, 1/14/8 by Cindy Snyder
Odessa Water Study Released Capital Press, 10/19/7 by Wes Nelson
Odessa Aquifer Water Relinquishment Program Wheat Life, 10/6 by Staff
Final SRBA Report Sent to Court Capital Press, 3/9/7 by Pat McCoy
State Mulls Water Buys Capital Press, 2/23/7 by Dave Wilkins
Oasis Project Would Revitalize East Oregon Capital Press, 2/9/7 by Dan Zinkand
Snake Aquifer Recharge Project Moves Ahead Capital Press, 7/7/6 by Associated Press
NAVIGATION check 2011
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Many more stories in the 2011 section
Columbia-Snake Rivers Closed for Repairs Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 12/18/10 by Nicholas Geranios
Three Dams Shut Down for Replacement KNDO/KNDU, 12/14/10 by Staff
Dam Locks are Now Closed East Oregonian, 12/11/10 by Staff
Corps Reminds Mariners of Extended Navigation Lock Outage Dredging News Online, 12/10/10 by Staff
River Locks Closure to Affect Highways, Gas Prices Tri-City Herald, 12/10/10 by Cathy Kessinger
Columbia Lock Overhaul Could Stall Fuel Supplies Blue Mountain Eagle, 12/9/10 by Staff
Closing Columbia-Snake River to Barges, May Curb Wheat Exports Bloomberg News, 12/9/10 by Whitney McFerron
Lock Closures Will Have Impact, But Early Warning Will Help The Oregonian, 12/9/10 by Staff
Fuel Costs Rise with Barge Loss (schedule) Capital Press, 12/9/10 by Matthew Weaver
Lock Down Farm and Ranch, 12/9/10 by Bob Hoff
Run-Up to Lockdown Beset by Problems Lewiston Tribune, 12/5/10 by Elaine Williams
River Lock Closures to Begin Friday Hermiston Herald, 12/4/10 by Mitch LeClair
Lock Gate Pieces for Dam En Route Tri-City Herald, 12/3/10 by Michelle Dupler
Columbia Shipping to Close for River Lock Repairs Seattle Times, 11/30/10 by Associated Press
Port Reimburses Shippers as Rivers' Locks Shut Down Capital Press, 11/24/10 by Barbara Coyner
A Big Dam Job The Dalles Chronicle, 12/5/10 by Matthew Neal
WSU to Study Columbia, Snake River Closures Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 12/2/10 by Shannon Dininny
Future Directions for Snake River, Dams Envisioned WSU Today, 11/29/10 by Brian Clark
Impact of Transportation Alternatives to be Studied WSU Today, 12/1/10 by Matt Haugen
Gas Prices Likely to Spike in 2011 East Oregonian, 11/12/10 by Dean Brickey
Port to Pay Shippers During Shutdown Oregon Business, 11/12/10 by High Five
Port of Portland to Pay Shippers During Upriver Locks Shutdown The Oregonian, 11/11/10 by James Mayer
Shipping on Rivers to Shut Down for 14 Weeks Tri-City Herald, 11/6/10 by Cathy Kessinger
Tidewater to Lay Off 200 for 3 Months The Columbian, 11/1/10 by Libby Tucker
Tidewater Barge to Idle Workers to Make Way for River Locks The Oregonian, 11/1/10 by Allan Brettman
Barge Line Urges Shippers to Plan Ahead for Closure Capital Press, 10/21/10 by Matthew Weaver
Shippers Prep for Lock Closure Capital Press, 10/21/10 by Barbara Coyner
Dredging the Columbia was Crucial to Our Economic Future The Daily News, 11/9/10 by Editorial Board
Columbia Dredging Project Officially Wraps Up Near Longview The Daily News, 11/5/10 by Staff
Officials Pleased with Completion of Columbia River Dredging Dredging News Online, 10/25/10 by Staff
Long Journey to Deeper Columbia River Ends The Columbian, 10/21/10 by Aaron Corvin
Columbia River Channel Deepening Completion Celebration Farm and Ranch, 10/21/10 by Bob Hoff
OR, WA Officials Praise Completion of Columbia River Dredging The Oregonian, 10/21/10 by James Mayer
Elected Officials Celebrate Completion of Columbia Dredging Oregon Public Broadcasting, 10/21/10 by April Baer
WA, OR Will Celebrate Completion of Columbia River Deepening The Cunningham Report, 10/18/10 by Yvonne Smith
Credit Port Officials for Sustained Success During Recession The Daily News, 10/20/10 by Editorial Board
It's Time to Get Serious About Rebuilding the Jetties The Daily Astorian, 10/10/10 by Chelsea Gorrow
The Lower Columbia River's Queen of Commerce The Daily News, 10/9/10 by Erik Olson
Corps to Dredge Post Office Bar on Summer of 2011 Dredging Today, 10/8/10 by Staff
Palouse's Wheat Farmers Harvest the Years Near-Perfect Mix Spokesman Review, 10/17/10 by John Stucke
Port of Lewiston in Business Slump Seattle Times, 10/10/10 by Nicholas Geranios
Lock Wall Repair Sought by U.S. for 810-MW Lower Monumental International Water Power, 9/20/10 by Staff
American Safari Offers Rebooking on Cruise West's Cancellations Travel Agent Central, 9/20/10 by Staff
listen Cruise West Troubles Worry Port Cities KSTK, 9/10/10 by Ed Schoenfeld
Cruise West Lays Off Seattle Staff, Strands Some Passengers Seattle Times, 9/9/10 by Kristin Jackson
Portland Breakbulk Surges 155 Percent Breakbulk, 8/23/10 by Staff
Marine Cargo Up 47 Percent Portland Business Journal, 8/20/10 by Erik Siemers
Railroads Expect to Meet Demand Capital Press, 9/23/10 by Staff
Boaters Can Use Locks The News Tribune, 9/18/10 by Staff
Luck, Planning Help Growers Cope with Closure Capital Press, 9/2/10 by Matthew Weaver
Time to Fix Some Locks Lewiston Tribune, 7/31/10 by Elaine Wiliams
Lock Work to Halt River Shipping Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 7/29/10 by Vicki Hillhouse
Companies are Working to Mitigate Effect of River Closure Lewiston Tribune, 7/18/10 by Elaine Williams
Growers Earn Less for Trucked Wheat Capital Press, 8/19/10 by Mitch Lies
Future Uncertain for County's Last Elevator Capital Press, 8/13/10 by Jamie Henneman
Wildlife vs. Development Debate Erupts Over West Hayden Island KGW, 7/24/10 by Keely Chalmers
Navigating the Future from West Hayden Island The Oregonian, 7/24/10 by Editorial Board
Officials Seek Support for Columbia River Jetties Capital Press, 7/22/10 by Matthew Weaver
Port Looks Ahead for New Connections, Deeper Channel Oregon Business, 7/14/10 by Jessica Hoch
River-Deepening Project Planned for Port of Longview Berths The Daily News, 7/13/10 by Erik Olson
Lawmakers to Scrutinize Economy of State's Ports Snohomish County Journal, 7/18/10 by Staff
Idaho's Port of Lewiston Launching Point for Big Rig Debate Missoulian, 7/10/10 by Kim Briggeman
Port of Lewiston Facts and Figures Missoulian, 7/10/10 by Staff
Marine Shipments Continue to Improve Portland Business Journal, 7/1/10 by Staff
Port Of Portland Shipping Up by 45% This Year Daily Markets, 6/2/10 by Mark Perry
Accident Closes Navigation Lock at Lower Granite Dam KLEW, 6/11/10 by Staff
Repairs to Shut Down Columbia, Snake Locks Tri-City Herald, 5/31/10 by Kevin McCullen
Rail-rate Rise Boosts Trucking Capital Press, 5/21/10 by Dave Wilkins
Cargo Ship Runs Aground Near Kalama The Daily News, 5/23/10 by Leslie Slape
Columbia River Dredging Project Nears Completion Dredging News Online, 5/20/10 by Staff
Summer Lock Schedule Starts Saturday Union-Bulletin, 5/13/10 by Sam Sanders
Port's Marine Business Picks Up Portland Business Journal, 5/17/10 by Staff
Westwood to Provide Valuable Link to Asia for Ag Exporters The Cunningham Report, 5/17/10 by Staff
Port of Portland Signs Direct Japanese Service with Westwood The Oregonian, 5/11/10 by James Mayer
listen Port Of Portland Approves T6 Lease To Filipino Firm Oregon Public Broadcasting, 5/12/10 by Sam Sanders
Port of Portland Rejects Complaint, Leases to Philippine Company The Oregonian, 5/12/10 by Richard Read
Port of Portland Approves Lease of Terminal 6 Daily Journal of Commerce, 5/12/10 by Nick Bjork
Filipino Firm to Manage Portland Port Daily Journal of Commerce, 5/11/10 by Nick Bjork
Enrique Razon's Global Ties Wealth Could Lure Business to Portland Break Bulk, 5/4/10 by Bruce Barnard
Portland to Lease Breakbulk and Container Terminal Break Bulk, 5/5/10 by Bruce Barnard
Cruising Into Clarkston KLEW TV, 4/30/10 by Stephanie Smith
Cruise West Re-Traces Famed Expedition PR Newswire, 4/13/10 by Cruise West
Quad Cities Too Generic a Name for ID, WA Cities Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/28/10 by Associated Press
Columbia Dredging Benefits Could Fall Short The Oregonian, 4/16/10 by Hsuan & Learn
The Prosperity Slackwater Never Delivered Lewiston Tribune, 2/14/10 by Marty Trillhaase
U.S. Wheat Informs Overseas Customers of River Closure Capital Press, 4/10/10 by Matthew Weaver
Shipping Rates Up for Montana Wheat Farmers Capital Press, 4/8/10 by Staff
Japan, Korea may Face U.S. Wheat Supply Disruption Bloomberg News, 3/17/10 Park, Takada, Dreibus
Crews Prepare for Columbia Lock Closures Capital Press, 3/13/10 by Matthew Weaver
Container Shortage Strangles Ag Exports Capital Press, 3/20/10 by Mateusz Perkowski
Longview will Benefit from Deepened River Channel The Daily News, 3/17/10 by Editorial Board
Coast Guard Closes Columbia River and Tillamook Bay River Bars KATU, 3/11/10 by Staff
Historic Sternwheeler to Dock in Tri-Cities Tri-City Herald, 3/7/10 by Loretto J. Hulse
Design Services for Repowering the Dredge Oregon Daily Journal of Commerce, 3/2/10 by Staff
Digging for Dollars The Columbian, 2/28/10 by Editorial Board
Murray Touts Benefits of Columbia River Channel-Deepening The Daily News, 2/19/10 by Erik Olson
As Dredging Nears Completion, Industry Looks to Fix Jetties The Oregonian, 2/19/10 by Dylan Rivera
Annual Snake and Columbia Lock Closures Start Friday Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 3/4/10 by Staff
Port Handled More Freight in January Portland Business Journal, 2/23/10 by Staff
Kalama Port Grain Export Expansion will Create 180 Jobs The Daily News, 2/17/10 by Erik Olson
Judge Recommends Incomes For Columbia River, Bar Pilots The Cunningham Report, 5/17/10 by Staff
Columbia River and Bar Pilots Ask for Controversial Rate Hike Columbia Basin Bulletin, 2/12/10 by Staff
Cruises Still Bringing Boost to Local Economy KLEW TV, 1/29/10 by Stephanie Smith
State Grant Provides Port Review Funding East Oregonian, 2/12/10 by Dean Brickey
Port of Vancouver Expects Growth in 2010 The Oregonian, 2/5/10 by Allan Brettman
Winds of Change: Port Looks Beyond Recent Boom The Daily News, 2/5/10 by Erik Olson
Investing in the Present and Future The Daily Astorian, 1/21/10 by Staff
Paddlewheeler to Launch Columbia River Trips in August Leisure Group Travel, 1/19/10 by Staff
Learn about the Columbia Dredging Daily Journal of Commerce, 1/13/10 by Staff
Port Slide May Be Over, Now For The Long Journey Back The Cunningham Report, 1/17/10 by Staff
Port Faces $70M Shortfall on Project The Columbian, 1/13/10 by Libby Tucker
Wheat Growers Brace for River Closure Ag Weekly, 1/8/10 by Cindy Snyder
Container Shortage Threatens Portland, NW Export Boom The Oregonian, 1/7/10 by Richard Read
Port of Kalama Gearing up for Grain The Daily News, 12/17/9 by Erik Olson
Dix Picks Up Three Dam Jobs Together Worth $14.3 Million Spokane Journal of Business, 11/26/9 by Mike McLean
Worth the Wait Port Strategy, 12/8/9 by Staff
Shippers, Columbia River Pilots Debate Pay Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 11/27/9 by Associated Press
Port's Success Spills Over to Community The Daily News, 12/6/9 by Editorial Board
When the Terminal's Done, Who Will Supply the Grain? The Daily News, 11/28/9 by Erik Olson
Water Under the Bridge Daily Astorian, 11/25/9 by Bob Duke
What's The Buzz The Cunningham Report, 11/16/9 by Staff
Columbia Shutdown Could Add to Jam Capital Press, 11/16/9 by Mitch Lies
US West Coast Ports Highlight Bunker Savings Port World, 11/16/9 by Staff
West Coast Ports Band Together to Fight Global Competition The Oregonian, 11/11/9 by Amy Hsuan
Port Execs Travel to China in Hopes of Luring Back Asian Shippers Daily Breeze, 11/11/9 by Art Marroquin
West Coast Ports, Rails Collaborate The Journal of Commerce, 11/11/9 by Bill Mongelluzzo
watch Port of Lewiston Docks Busy After Barge Traffic Resumes KLEW TV, 10/17/9 by Stephanie Smith
watch Barges will return to Port of Lewiston Thursday KLEW TV, 10/14/9 by Matt Loveless
The Dalles Dam Lock Reopens to Columbia River Traffic The Oregonian, 10/12/9 by Staff
Dalles Lock Closure Could Have Been Worse The Oregonian, 10/6/9 Jonathan Brinckman
The Dalles Dam Lock Closed for at Least Another Week The Oregonian, 10/3/9 by Michael Russell
Contractors Probe Lock The Dalles Chronicle, 10/2/9 by Kathy Ursprung
Lock at the The Dalles Dam to Remain Closed Tri-City Herald, 10/2/9 by Staff
The Dalles Lock Will Remain Closed at Least Through Saturday The Oregonian, 9/30/9 by Michael Russell
Columbia River Shipping Closed by The Dalles Dam Malfunction KGW, 9/30/9 by Eric Adams
Port Shipments Down 34.3 Percent Portland Business Journal, 10/19/9 by Staff
Port of Portland Numbers Show Some Improvement OPB News, 10/16/9 by Kristian Foden-Vencil
Murray Wins Funding for Columbia Basin, Lower Monumental Tri-City Herald, 10/15/9 by Staff
West Coast Ports Promote Asian Gateway Potential Progressive Railroading, 10/14/9 by Staff
Port of Portland Could Soon Face Stiffer Competition Daily Journal of Commerce, 10/14/9 by Jonathan Nelson
West Coast Ports Gear Up for Competition Journal of Commerce, 10/6/9 by Bill Mongelluzzo
Port Project Will Ease Train Traffic Daily Journal of Commerce, 10/6/9 by Justin Carinci
August a Good Month for Marine Cargo Portland Business Journal, 9/22/9 by Staff
Oregon Ports Build Passages to Puget Sound The Journal of Commerce, 8/31/9 by Thomas Gallagher
WA State Hoping to Receive Federal Rail Stimulus Funds PS Business Journal, 8/31/9 by Deirdre Gregg
Additional $14M for Lower Monumental Lock & Dam Repairs BYM Marine & Maritime News, 8/21/9 by Staff
Lock Repair Funds OK'd Walla Walla Union Bulletin, 8/20/9 by Staff
Transportation Bill Includes Port Entry The East Oregonian, 8/20/9 by Dean Brickey
Marine Freight Numbers Falling Portland Business Journal, 8/17/9 by Staff
Travel the Historic Columbia & Snake Rivers by Small Ship Examiner, 8/21/9 by Arthur Wright
$52 Million to Close Out Columbia River Channel Deepening Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/24/9 by Staff
Eroding Jetties at River's Mouth Imperil 'Economic Lifeline' The Columbian, 7/23/9 by Erik Robinson
Corps Beginning Maintenance Dredging of Columbia River The Daily Astorian, 6/15/9 by Staff
Lessons From a Stuck Barge The Oregonian, 7/21/9 by Editorial Board
Fuel Barges Running Afoul on the Columbia River The Oregonian, 7/21/9 by Scott Learn
Unstuck barge New Dawn arrives in Pasco The Oregonian, 7/11/9 by Allan Brettman
Barge Stuck in Columbia River is Freed The Oregonian, 7/10/9 by Matt Preusch
Barge Freed from Columbia River Mud Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 7/10/9 by Associated Press
Crews Begin Freeing Barge Grounded in Columbia River KGW, 7/10/9 by Staff
Gas Barge Still Stuck One Day Later KPTV, 7/10/9 by Staff
Barge Runs Aground KXI, 7/9/9 by Staff
Barge Hauling 1 Million Gallons of Gas Runs Aground The Oregonian, 7/9/9 by Mortenson & Preusch
Barge Hauling 1 Million Gallons of Gas Runs Aground The Oregonian, 7/9/9 by Staff
Port of Portland Numbers Continue to Drop Portland Business Journal, 7/23/9 by Staff
Dibblee Point Beach to Close for Dredge Work The Daily News, 5/27/9 by Staff
Deal Near for $150 Million Grain Terminal Portland Business Journal, 5/22/9 by Staff
Tacoma Imports Tumble 33 Percent Journal of Commerce, 5/22/9 by Staff
Summer Lock Schedule Starts Friday Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 5/14/9 by Staff
Empress of the North Owner Fined for Grounding Juneau Empire, 4/28/9 by Kate Golden
"K" Line Withdrawal Will be a Major Impact on Portland The Cunningham Report, 4/26/9 by Staff
Trade Delegation Finds Familiar Emptiness In China Oregon Public Broadcasting, 4/13/9 by April Baer
'K' Line Pulls Up Portland Anchor The Oregonian, 3/5/9 by Richard Read
Port Pushes for New Terminal on Columbia River Island Oregon Public Broadcasting, 2/26/9 by Rob Manning
Port of Portland Cargo Down Slightly Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/5/9 by Associated Press
Pacific NW Ports Post Mixed Results For 2008 The Cunningham Report, 1/25/9 by Staff
Port's Cargo Business Drops Portland Business Journal, 1/21/9 by Staff
Boxes Weaker at Portland Journal of Commerce, 1/21/9 by Bill DiBenedetto
Port may Bring in Short Sea Shipping East Oregonian, 12/11/8 by Staff
Grain Train Brings Hope to Palouse Capital Press, 12/18/8 by Barbara Coyner
Portland Boxes Off 4% Journal of Commerce, 12/22/8 by Bill DiBenedetto
Portland Boxes Up Journal of Commerce, 11/19/8 by Bill DiBenedetto
Deeper River, Stronger Economy The Daily News, 11/30/8 by Editorial Board
Ship Cargo Volume Slumping at West Coast Ports San Francisco Chronicle, 11/30/8 by George Raine
Port Of Vancouver Buys Railroad Right-Of-Way Oregon Public Broadcasting, 12/24/8 by Staff
Containerized Future? Wheat Life, 12/8 by Staff
Railroads Taken to Task Wheat Life, 5/8 by Staff
Foss Sells Barges to Tidewater Wheat Life, 5/8 by Staff
Lock Repair: John Day Dam Back in Business The Oregonian, 10/29/8 by Staff
John Day Lock Under Repair Wheat Life, 5/8 by Staff
New Weirs for Salmon Wheat Life, 5/8 by Staff
Shippers Blast Soaring Rail Profits Capital Press, 10/30/8 by Dave Wilkins
Snake River Sediment Buildup Slows Capital Press, 10/20/8 by Associated Press
Snake River Sediment Buildup May Be Slowing Seattle Times, 11/9/8 by Associated Press
Portland Boxes Up 9.6% Journal of Commerce, 10/16/8 Bill DiBenedetto
Port Sees Growth But Expects Slowdown Oregon Public Broadcasting, 10/16/8 Kristian Foden-Vencil
Port Struggles During Financial Storm East Oregonian, 10/12/8 by Eric Florip
Infrastructure Delays Grain Exports Capital Press, 8/29/8 by Leonard & Tsai
Ups, Downs of Trade Benefit Farmers Capital Press, 8/22/8 by Cookson Beecher
Columbia Ports Offer to Purchase Howard Island KTVZ, 10/5/8 by Associated Press
Transportation will be Subject of Economic Forum Daily Journal of Commerce, 8/25/8 by Staff
Dredging Planned at Port of Chinook Seattle Post-Intellligencer, 8/25/8 by Associated Press
Port of Portland Marine Cargo Declines in July The Oregonian, 8/21/8 by Associated Press
Poor Wheat Harvest Trims Port of Lewiston Revenues Lewiston Tribune, 8/17/8 by Statesman Wire
Corps Starts Work on Columbia River Jetty The Daily News, 8/6/8 by Staff
Shippers Balk at Proposed Lockage Fees Capital Press, 7/4/8 by Dave Wilkins
Waterway Groups Blast Lock User Fees Journal of Commerce, 5/18/10 by R.G. Edmonson
Obama Administration Proposes Lockage Fees Professional Mariner, 2/18/10 by Carlo Salzano
$60 Million Earmarked for Mid-Columbia Projects Tri-City Herald, 6/8/8 by Chris Mulick
Ports Aiding Tri-City Development Tri-City Herald, 6/26/8 by Pratik Joshi
"K" Line Ships Return The Oregonian, 6/20/8 by Amy Hsuan
Transportation: Trust But Anti-Trust Wheat Life, 6/8 by WWC Staff
Summer Lock Schedule Set to Begin Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 5/14/8 by Andy Porter
Lewiston's Levee Pond Pumps Causing Some Concerns Lewiston Tribune, 5/7/8 by Sandra L. Lee
Imports, Volume Decline at Port The News Tribune, 5/31/8 by Kelly Kearsley
Nation Can't Afford to Neglect Shipping Channels The Daily News, 5/11/8 by Editorial Board
Container Shortage Crimps Exports Capital Press, 5/16/8 by Dave Wilkins
Oregon Exports May Keep Local Economy Strong KGW, 4/28/8 by Amy Hsuan
Locally, Falling Dollar a Boon for Exporters Mail Tribune, 3/20/8 by Greg Stiles
Clarkston Port Looks at New Boat Dock, Possible Heliport KLEW TV, 4/13/8 by Stephanie Smith
Letter: Super Port The Daily Astorian, 2/29/8 by Dave Smith
Columbia River Cruise Ship Evacuated After Fire The Columbian, 4/9/8 by Associated Press
Coast Guard Responds to Cruise Ship Fire on Columbia Salem-News, 4/9/8 by Staff
3 Smoke Injuries from Cruise Ship Fire on Columbia River Montana's News Station, 4/8/8 by Associated Press
Engine Room Fire Forces Evacuation of Cruise Ship Seattle Times, 4/8/8 by Staff
Cruise Ship Catches Fire Near The Dalles KPTV, 4/8/8 by Staff
Columbia River Traffic Slated to Reopen Monday KATU, 2/29/8 ACOE Press Release
Barge Accident Closes Down Traffic on Part of Columbia Union-Tribune, 2/29/8 by Sarah Skidmore
Barge Rams Lock Gate at John Day Dam, Halts River Traffic The Oregonian, 2/29/8 by Hill & Mortenson
Shallow Water Stirs Up Deep Problem The Daily Astorian, 1/25/7 by Cassandra Profita
Wheat Growers Look into Jetties Capital Press, 12/21/7 by Scott Yates
Port of Portland Will Fly to $250M Airport Building Portland Business Journal, 1/25/7 by Staff
Port Hires Sockeye Creative Portland Business Journal, 12/26/7 by Staff
Explore the Columbia/Snake Aboard Majestic America Line CNN Money, 1/24/8 by PR Newswire
Omnibus Spending Bill Includes $360 Million for OR Projects Salem-News, 12/26/7 by Press release
Port Clears Alcoa Site for Sale to FedEx The Gresham Outlook, 1/11/8 by Shannon Wells
Land Acquisition Suits Vancouver Port Portland Business Journal, 1/13/8 by Larry Paulson
Port Sees Container Slowdown The News Tribune, 12/26/7 by Kelly Kearsley
Port Posts Record Year Portland Business Journal, 12/26/7 by Staff
Port Approves FedEx Sale Portland Business Journal, 1/10/8 by Staff
2007 a Record Year for Port The Columbian, 1/8/8 by Jonathan Nelson
Ephrata Port Receives Port of Year Award Columbia Basin Herald, 11/26/7 by Matthew Weaver
Ships Draw Fire for Rising Role in Air Pollution Wall Street Journal, 11/27/7 by Bruce Stanley
Big Ships No Threat to Ports Capital Press, 11/23/7 by Philip S. Moore
Water Bill is High and Dry Seattle Times, 11/12/7 by Editorial Board
NW Reps Vote to Override Bush Veto on Water Bill Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 11/8/7 by Matthew Daly
Officials Talked Tourism Tuesday KLEW TV, 10/31/7 by Stephaine Smith
Paddle America's NW onboard Majestic America Line Travel Blackboard, 10/15/7 by Staff
Marine Cargo Up, Despite Loss of Shipper Portland Business Journal, 10/23/7 by Staff
New West Coast Ports Spur Competition Capital Press, 10/19/7 by Barbara Coyner
Wheat Growers Leery of Farm Bill Proposals Capital Press, 10/5/7 by Scott Yates
'When to Sell' Nearly Always Up To Farmer Capital Press, 10/5/7 by Scott Yates
WA Wheat Farmers Rolling in the Dough Capital Press, 9/30/7 by Nicholas Geranios
Washington Ports Go Against the Tide CargoNews Asia, 10/1/7 by CNA Staff Tacoma
Tacoma Port Plans Giant Project The News Tribune, 9/4/7 by Kelly Kearsley
Big Bucks, Big Plans for Port The News Tribune, 8/31/7 by Staff
Port of Vancouver Breaks Ground on Terminal Expansion Logistics Management, 8/13/7 by Jeff Berman
What About the Extra Trucks? The News Tribune, 8/8/7 by Kelly Kearsley
Port Executive Receives Exceptional Rating and Raise The Oregonian, 8/8/7 by Alex Pulaski
Empress of the North 2008 Majestic America Line Itinerary eTravel Blackboard, 7/11/7 by Staff
Corps Warns Boaters about Turbulence Near McNary Dam KTVZ, 7/31/7 by Associated Press
Container Carrier Decides to Leave Portland The Oregonian, 7/10/7 by Erin McCarty
Cars to Flood Port of Olympia The Olympian, 7/5/7 by Jim Szymanski
OR Legislature Commits $60 Million to Coos Bay Dredging The Oregonian, 7/5/7 by Associated Press
Taiwan, Idaho Sign Wheat Agreement Capital Press, 6/15/7 by Pat McCoy
Vancouver Port Project to Help Seattle-Portland Rail Traffic The World, 6/11/7 by Associated Press
Toyota Auto Distribution Expands at Port of Portland Logistics Management, 5/31/7 by Staff
Portland on Mission to Secure First-call Status Cargonews Asia, 5/28/7 by Greg Knowler
Port of Tacoma Expansion a Move to the Future The News Tribune, 5/27/7 by Staff
Big Pasco Barracks Going Down Tri-City Herald, 5/15/7 by Pratik Joshi
Rail Overpass Debate gets Rolling The Columbian, 4/25/7 by Courtney Sherwood
No Congestion in 2007, US Ports Tell Shippers Cargonews Asia, 4/23/7 by Patrick Burnson
Firm Finds Way Around River Shipping The Columbian, 4/15/7 by Erik Robinson
Trip to PNW Port makes Things Clearer for Producers Farm & Ranch Guide, 3/18/7 by Terry Anderson
Tax Relief Would Help Agriculture Regain Edge in WA Capital Press, 3/2/7 by Newhouse & Kretz
Wheat Grower: Johanns Left Us Out in the Cold Capital Press, 2/9/7 by Scott Yates
Farm Bill Proposal Caps Subsidies Capital Press, 2/2/7 by Jerry Hagstrom
McMorris Leads Way to Amend Payments Capital Press, 2/2/7 by Scott Yates
Wheat Tops $5 a Bushel; Barley Hits $3.62 Capital Press, 2/9/7 by Scott Yates
Corps Gets Earful about Snake River Sediment Problems The Columbian, 2/16/7 by Associated Press
Dredging for Columbia River Navigation to Begin The Daily Astorian, 2/2/7 by Staff
Heavy Lifting at the Port The Columbian, 12/24/6 by Jonathan Nelson
Red Light Down the Pike: Will Cargo Roll? The Columbian, 12/13/6 by Jonathan Nelson
Potlatch Preparing Log Shipment to China East Oregonian, 11/29/6 by Dean Brickey
Huge Month Says Volumes about Changes at L.A. Port Los Angeles Times, 11/21/6 by Ronald White
Company Corners Paddlewheel Market San Francisco Chronicle, 10/22/6 by Spud Hilton
Columbia Queen Under New Flag in 2007 PR Newswire, 10/18/6 by Press Release
Iraq Becomes Big Customer for Columbia Grain The Prairie Star, 10/26/6 by Shannon Burkdoll
Truckload Carrier Opening of New Facility in Portland Business Wire, 10/19/6 by Press Release
Asia Trade Strains Port San Francisco Chronicle, 10/18/6 by David Armstrong
Port of Seattle Cargo Going Back to Southern California Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 10/16/6 by Kristen Millares Bolt
Shipping Outlook Brightens Capital Press, 10/13/6 by Barbara Coyner
Port Traffic Declines in Tacoma, Goes South The News Tribune, 10/1/6 by Kelly Kearsley
Wheat Growers Call for Higher Target Price Capital Press, 12/22/6 by Mitch Lies
Hot Year Helps Wheat Prices Soar Financial Times, 10/11/6 Morrison & Warwick-Ching
Dockage Rates Rile Wheat Growers New York Times, 9/22/6 by Scott Yates
Rising Price for Soft White Won't Offset Input Costs Capital Press, 9/1/6 by Scott A. Yates
Security at Port of Portland to get Lift Under New Law KXLY, 10/14/6 by Associated Press
No Homeland Security Grants for Portland, Vancouver Seattle Times, 9/29/6 by Associated Press
Portland Hopes to Catch Up on Container Boom KGW, 9/28/6 by Associated Press
New Rail Project for Portland World Trade Magazine, 9/22/6 by Staff
Toyota Brings Jobs, Money to Port of Portland KOIN, 9/12/6 by Staff
Port of Portland Bounces Back Capital Press, 9/1/6 by Associated Press
Court Gives Corps OK to Dredge The Daily Astorian, 8/24/6 by Staff
Court Refuses to Block Dredging of River Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/23/6 by Tim Fought
U.S. Court OKs Study on Deepening Columbia River Reuters, 8/23/6 by Reuters
Court Rules for Govt. in Channel Deepening Lawsuit Portland Business Journal, 8/21/6 by Staff
Promising Wheat Crop Falls Short Capital Press, 8/11/6 by Scott Yates
State Hands Port Check for Crane Capital Press, 7/21/6 by Mitch Lies
Port of Portland Bounces Back KGW, 8/13/6 by Libby Tucker
Yang Ming Lines Arrives this Week Portland Business Journal, 6/12/6 by Staff
Hay Shipments Head Downriver Again East Oregonian, 5/20/6 by Staff
Port Sets Sail into Happy Seas in 2007 Capital Press, 5/15/6 by Wendy Culverwell
Port Congestion Unlikely Logistics Management, 6/6/6 by Jeff Berman
Seattle, Portland Anti-Terror Grants to be Cut Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/31/6 by Matthew Daly
New Carrier makes First Call in Portland The Oregonian, 5/15/6 by Alex Pulaski
Port Likely to Buy Big Crane The Columbian, 5/6/6 by Jonathan Nelson
2007 Columbia / Snake Rivers Cruise Schedule Yahoo Finance, 4/27/6 by Press Release
RAIL check 2011
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Congress to Examine Trickle Down of Rail Rates Capital Press, 9/16/10 by Samantha Bomkamp
Oregon Exports Rebound, Boosting State Economy The Oregonian, 11/11/10 by Richard Read
WA to get $590 Million for High-Speed Rail Improvements Seattle Times, 1/27/10 by Mike Lindblom
Industrial Property, Freight Movement and the Livability Plan Daily Journal of Commerce, 1/22/10 by Staff
Understanding What Puts the "Port" in Portland The Oregonian, 12/27/9 by David Dent
BNSF, WA State Port Launch Construction on Loop Track Progressive Railroad, 8/19/9 by Staff
Leaders Hold Ground-breaking Ceremony for Grain Terminal The Daily News, 8/4/9 by Erik Olson
Port of Vancouver Seeks Stimulus Cash The Columbian, 7/27/9 by Libby Tucker
New Rail Could Equal New Jobs in Franklin County KEPR TV, 7/1/9 by Lena Vargas
Port of Seattle Looks Toward Moses Lake Columbia Basin Herald, 6/25/9 by Lynne Lynch
Port Expands Freight Rail Capacity Portland Business Journal, 6/22/9 by Staff
Port of Portland Laying New Tracks The Oregonian, 6/21/9 by Amy Hsuan
Port of Portland Numbers Continue to Drop PS Business Journal, 6/19/9 by Staff
Should Taxes Fund Railroad Improvements in WA State? PS Business Journal, 6/19/9 by Steve Wilhelm
Ramsey Rail Yard Project Set to Start in May Daily Journal Commerce, 3/27/9 by Tyler Graf
Thinking About Rail During Harvest Capital Press, 8/22/8 by Wayne Hurst
Central Oregon Rail, Transit, Air Projects get $10 Million KTVZ.COM, 6/20/8 by Staff
Region's Transportation Heads Toward Traffic Jam Capital Press, 2/8/8 by Elaine Shein
Cargo Ship Runs Aground Near Portland KTVL, 9/19/7 by Staff
CommerceGuard Installs Container Security Network CNN Money, 9/18/7 by Staff
Ship Pulled Off Columbia River Sand Bar KOIN, 9/17/7 by Staff
Corps Begins 'On-Request' Lockage Service East Oregonian, 9/13/7 by Staff
$34 Million for Columbia River Channel Dredging Defense Link, 9/14/7 by Staff
Cargo Worth $16 Billion Relies on Columbia River Capital Press, 9/14/7 by East Oregonian
Grain Alliance Expects Hefty Bank Account Capital Press, 9/21/7 by Scott Yates
Wheat Prices Break Long Overdue Record Capital Press, 9/21/7 by Editorial Board
Wheat Prices Rise; Analysts Point to Complicating Factors The Billings Gazette, 9/13/7 by Jim Gransbery
Wheat's Surge to Pinch Wallets Wall Street Journal, 9/5/7 by Tom Polansek
Wheat Sets Record: $7.34 a Bushel Capital Press, 8/24/7 by Lauren Villagran
Wheat Still King East of Cascades Capital Press, 8/3/7 by East Oregonian
Global Weather Drives Up Wheat Prices Capital Press, 8/3/7 by Scott Yates
Wheat Contributes $21.5-billion to U.S. Economy Wheat Life, 5/7 by WWC Staff
STB: Rail Infrastructure and Capacity Hearing Wheat Life, 5/7 by WWC Staff
WA Senator Pushes for Rail Competition Bill Wheat Life, 5/7 by WWC Staff
Economist Sees Growth in Tri-City Ag, Non-farm Jobs Tri-City Herald, 7/18/7 by Pratik Joshi
Wheat Prices Surge Ahead Capital Press, 6/29/7 by Associated Press
Rails Along the Columbia VIA Magazine, 7/7 by Eric Fisher
3 Railroads Divvy up Short-line System Capital Press, 5/25/7 by Scott Yates
Franklin Fastest-Growing County in Washington Capital Press, 4/6/7 by Staff
Just Can It: The Shipping of Wheat by Containers Wheat Life, 3/7 by Glen W. Squires
Container Brochure for Buyers Wheat Life, 2/7 by Robert Stokes
Gov. Gregoire, Watco Sign Railroad Purchase Agreement Wheat Life, 3/7 by Staff
Lend Your Voice for Strong Farm Policy Wheat Life, 1/7 by Jim White
Rail Issues Intensify Wheat Life, 11/6 by WWC Staff
WWC Provides Comments on Rail Capacity Wheat Life, 6/6 by WWC Staff
Whiteside Testifies Before STB Wheat Life, 6/6 by Glen W. Squires
CW Line Dynamics Revealed Wheat Life, 4/6 by Glen W. Squires
Shortline Rail White Paper Wheat Life, 3/6 by WWC Staff
Funding for Dams Changes Wheat Life, 3/6 by WWC Staff
Murray Secures $4.5-million for Central WA Transportation Wheat Life, 1/6 by Staff
State to Buy Short-line RR Capital Press, 2/16/7 by Scott Yates
Railing Against the Costs Spokesman-Review, 11/23/6 by John Barnhill
Railex Speeds Goods to Market in Record Time Capital Press, 12/8/6 by Editors
GAO Calls for Balance in Rail Wheat Life, 12/6 by WA Wheat Commission
North Idaho Trains Back in Action Capital Press, 11/3/6 by Barbara Coyner
Vancouver Port Plans Rail Expansion Portland Business Journal, 11/27/6 by Staff
Crapo Wants Better Rail Access to Ag Markets ID Farm Bureau Quarterly, 8/6 by Jake Putnam
Rail Surcharges for Fuel May Get Closer Scrutiny Wall Street Journal, 8/5/6 by Daniel Machalaba
Rail Improvements Under Way Capital Press, 7/14/6 by Dave Wilkins
Port Drops Troutdale Rail Facility Idea The Gresham Outlook, 7/26/6 by Erin Shea
Freight Center Merits Study The Olympian, 7/16/6 by Editors
Barge Changes Increase Rail Shipping Port of Pasco Beacon, 12/4 by Staff
Port of Pasco Grain Terminal Demolition Complete Port of Pasco Beacon, 3/4 by Staff
The Washington Grain Train WA State DOT Brochure, 12/3 by Ray Allred
Idaho Rail Shipments Rebound Idaho Statesman, 6/19/6 by Katy Moeller
Come On, Ride that Train Tri-City Herald, 6/11/6 by John Trumbo
Improve Freight Rail Routes The Columbian, 5/12/6 by Bob Byrd
UNP on Track to Save Fuel Despite Increased Traffic GreenBiz.com, 5/3/6 by Staff
Rail Supporters Voice Freight Concerns Columbia Basin Herald, 4/28/6 by Matthew Weaver
Lack of Rail Service Pinches Idaho Mill Capital Press, 4/21/6 by Barbara Coyner
RATES check 2011
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Clark Public Utilities Approves Budget Without Rate Hikes The Oregonian, 12/14/10 by Elliot Njus
Transmission Rates to Stay Flat BPA Journal, 1/11 by Staff
BPA (Transmission) Rates to Remain Stable Portland Business Journal, 12/16/10 by Erik Siemers
Rise of Power Costs Could Drive Up Rates West Yellowstone News, 12/12/10 by Staff
BPA Proposes Rate Increase to Sustain Hydro System Value KBKW, 11/19/10 by David Haviland
BPA Seeks Rate Increase for Wholesale Power Oregon Public Broadcasting, 11/19/10 by David Nogueras
BPA Chief: Revenue Down, Costs Up, Rates may Rise Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 11/17/10 by Associated Press
BPA Expects to Increase Electricity Rates Next Year The Western News, 11/16/10 by Jim Mann
BPA Looks at Rate Hike Next Year Daily Inter Lake, 11/10/10 by Jim Mann
BPA Officials Discuss Rate Hikes in Heyburn Times News, 11/10/10 by Welch and Lundquist
BPA Shrinks Hike Request Spokesman Review, 11/9/10 by Becky Kramer
BPA Talks to Benton and Franklin PUD About Rate Increases KNDO, 11/9/10 by Staff
Benton PUD Rates to Increase 32% KNDO, 10/27/10 by Staff
Avista Rates on the Rise in Washington Spokesman-Review, 10/29/10 by Becky Kramer
PenLight Warns Consumers of Rate Increases in October 2011 Peninsula Gateway, 9/15/10 by Jeanine Stewart
PUD Electricity Rate Hike Looms Spokesman Review, 9/14/10 by Staff
Clark Bumps Electric Rates by About 5.7 Percent The Columbian, 8/17/10 by Erik Robinson
Grant PUD: Protecting Utility's Finances Columbia Basin Herald, 6/3/10 by Bob Bernd
Grant PUD Plans to Curb Power Woes Columbia Basin Herald, 6/3/10 by Lynne Lynch
Drought Portends Electrical Rate Hikes The Register-Guard, 5/8/10 by Christian Wihtol
BPA says Low Snowpack Means Revenue Loss KOMO News, 5/7/10 by Associated Press
Low Snowpack to Cost BPA Projected $233M Tri-City Herald, 5/4/10 by Kevin McCullen
Water Rate to Rise 6.2%, Power 8.5% News Register, 4/22/10 by Hannah Hoffman
Peninsula Light Reacts to Bonneville Power Rate Increase The Peninsula Gateway, 3/9/10 by News Service
Low Snowpack in the Cascades May Affect Utility Rates KEZI, 2/11/10 by Aaron Ofseyer
BPA Expects $6M Revenue Loss from Dry Weather Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/10/10 by William McCall
Decreased Runoff Could Cause BPA Revenue Shortfall HydroWorld, 2/10/10 by PennWell
Low Runoff Cuts Hydro Power, Revenue Forecasts for BPA Intl. Water Power, 2/9/10 by Staff
Light Snowpack Hits BPA Revenue Forecast The Seattle Times, 2/8/10 by Staff
Poor Snowpack Could Shrink NW Hydropower The Oregonian, 2/6/10 by Ted Sickinger
BPA Predicts Being $6 Million in the Hole KNDO / KNDU, 2/8/10 by Staff
City Keeps Electric Rate Flat for Users Bandon Western World, 2/4/10 by Staff
PUD Rates Go Up Feb. 1 The Daily World, 1/12/10 by Jacob Jones
Clearwater Power to Raise Rates in Idaho, Wash. Lewiston Tribune, 1/5/10 by Associated Press
PUD Eyes Electrical Rates Increase for Lewis County Lewiston Tribune, 11/18/9 by Carly Nairn
PGE Posts Lower Q2 Results The Oregonian, 8/3/9 by Ted Sickinger
Franklin PUD Challenges BPA Industrial Rates KPAX, 8/3/9 by Associated Press
Bonneville Power to Up Rates by 7 Percent Peninsula Daily News, 7/24/9 by Rob Ollikainen
BPA to Raise Rates; Tri-City Suppliers May Follow Tri City Herald, 7/24/9 by Drew Foster
Bonneville Announces Rate Increases by this October Cheney Free Press, 7/23/9 by Staff
Bonneville Power Administration Raising Rates Forbes, 7/22/9 by Staff
BPA Will Raise Rates for Power and Transmission Salem-News, 7/21/9 by Staff
BPA Announces Increased Rates Portland Business Journal, 7/21/9 by Staff
Some Avista Customers May See Rate Decrease Local News 8, 7/1/9 by Associated Press
PUD Ready to Start Electrical Talks with Puget Sound Energy Peninsula Daily News, 6/8/9 by Jeff Chew
PUD Hosts Rates Forum Monday Night The Daily World, 3/28/9 by Steven Friederich
PUD may Raise Power Rates by 4 Percent The Daily World, 3/17/9 by Staff
Bonneville Proposes Electricity Rate Bump The Missoulian, 2/13/9 by Michael Jamison
Agency Proposes Electricity Rate Hike in NW The Seattle Times, 2/12/9 by Staff
BPA Proposed First Rate Increase in Six Years KNDU-TV, 2/12/9 by Staff
BPA Calls for Rate Increase The Oregonian, 2/11/9 by Ted Sickinger
BPA to Increase Wholesale Power Rates 9.4% Next Fall Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/11/9 by Staff
Mason PUD Would Be Hit by Bonneville Rate Hike Kitsap Sun, 2/11/9 by Staff
Idaho Power Seeks 15 Percent Increase for Farms Capital Press, 10/9/8 by Dave Wilkins
Salem Electric Brings Good News, Lower Rates Keizer Times, 12/26/8 by Staff
TPU to Refund $15 Million to Customers Tacoma Weekly, 11/27/8 by John Larson
December Bills May be Cheap The Daily World, 11/14/8 by Leif Nesheim
Clark Public Utilities Faces Upward Pressure on Electricity Cost The Columbian, 10/26/8 by Courtney Sherwood
Idaho Power Customers Learn about Proposed Rate Hike Times-News, 10/12/8 by Nate Poppino
Fitch Rates Snohomish PUD Market Watch, 10/9/8 by Business Wire
Puget Sound Energy Electric Rates Drop, Gas Rises The Seattle Times, 10/8/8 by Staff
Flathead Electric Co-op Rebates Coming in November The Daily Inter Lake, 10/5/8 by Staff
PSE Customers Poised to Receive 3 Percent Electric Rate Cut Market Watch, 10/1/8 by Business Wire
Utility Plans $3.5 Million Rebate Daily Inter Lake, 9/28/8 by Nancy Kimball
BPA Tries to Settle Public-Private Rate Dispute The Seattle Times, 9/24/8 by Associated Press
Proposed Power Rate Hikes Need to be Scrutinized Idaho Statesman, 7/1/8 by Editorial Board
PUC Approves Electricity Rate Hike Idaho Mountain Express, 6/4/8 by Greg Stahl
Idaho Power Rates Go Up, Again Idaho Statesman, 5/31/8 by Rocky Barker
Swan Falls Deal Defended Capital Press, 5/9/8 by Pat McCoy
Idaho Power Seeks Rate Increase Idaho Press-Tribune, 4/16/8 by Jon Meyer
County PUD Joins Larger Supplier The Bellingham Herald, 4/24/8 by John Stark
Idaho Power to Pursue Rate Increases Times-News, 4/9/8 by Nate Poppino
Future Rate Hike? Argus Observer, 4/4/8 by Larry Meyer
BPA Paying After Circuit Court Ruling The Chronicle, 3/27/8 by Aaron VanTuyl
PUD Plans Rate Cut The Dalles Chronicle, 3/26/8 by Kathy Gray
Oregon May Get Lower Electric Rates CNN Money, 3/14/8 by Associated Press
PUD Votes to Join Lawsuit Over BPA Payment Offer Examiner, 3/11/8 by Leif Nesheim
Pacific Power says it Will Not Accept Agreement from BPA The Daily World, 3/6/8 by Associated Press
PUD Unhappy with Bonneville's Interim Payment Offer The Daily World, 3/3/8 by Leif Nesheim
BPA Plan Could Lower Tri-City Electric Rates Tri-City Herald, 2/12/8 by Chris Mulick
BPA Proposal Could Lead to Cheaper Power Portland Business Journal, 2/8/8 by Staff
Local Power Bills to Rise This Month Forest Grove News-Times, 1/2/7 by John Schrag
Part of Residential Exchange Program Credit could Return Idaho Business Review, 12/31/7 by Sean Ellis
Flathead Electric Having One of its Best Years Ever Daily Inter Lake, 12/16/7 by Nancy Kimball
BPA Payback Means PUD Rate Cut The Dalles Chronicle, 12/19/7 by Kathy Gray
BPA Offers Interim Fixes to Utilities The Oregonian, 12/18/7 by Ted Sickinger
PUD Earns $19 Million Refund The Daily Herald, 12/18/7 by Lukas Velush
Deal Lined Up for BPA Payments The Olympian, 11/29/7 by John Dodge
Compromise Shares NW Hydropower Seattle Times, 11/13/7 by Editorial Board
PUD Sees BPA Settlement as a Sell-Out Daily World, 11/9/7 by Jordan Kline
Tentative Deal Reported in Fight Over BPA Benefits KTVZ.com, 11/6/7 by Associated Press
Irrigators Worry About Proposed Rate Hike in ID Times-News, 10/29/7 by Associated Press
Most Would Pay Higher Bills to Help Climate: Poll Environmental News Net, 11/5/7 by Reuters
Ninth Circuit Court Revives CA Bid for Electricity Refunds San Francisco Chronicle, 8/25/7 by Bob Egelko
Power Rates Headed Higher Capital Press, 6/15/7 by Dave Wilkins
PUC Approves 13% Electric Rate Hike KTVZ, 6/13/7 by Associated Press
Survey: Highest Electricity Prices in CA, MD, NY Columbia Basin Energy, 6/5/7 by Andrew Sirocchi
BPA and Utilities Hope to Settle Subsidy Dispute The Daily World, 7/2/7 by Jordan Kline
BPA Chief Optimistic for Utilities' Pacts Tri-City Herald, 6/9/7 by Andrew Sirocchi
Power-Sharing Pickle Spokesman Review, 6/3/7 by Editorial Board
OR Regulators Ask for Aid to Cope with Rate Increase Union-Tribune, 6/1/7 by Sarah Skidmore
Senators Urge BPA to find a Compromise Over Rates Seattle Times, 5/30/7 by Matthew Daly
Rate Hike Not Pacific Power's Idea Yakima Herald-Republic, 5/31/7 by Leah Beth Ward
BPA Stops 'Residential Exchange' Payments The Daily World, 5/26/7 by Jordan Kline
Shush! Don't Put Bonneville at Risk Seattle Times, 5/25/7 by Editorial Board
Power Credits Must Be Saved Democrat-Herald, 5/23/7 by Editorial Board
Many in Northwest to Lose Power Subsidy Wall Street Journal, 5/22/7 by Staff
BPA Proposal Could Hurt Irrigators ID Farm Bureau Quarterly, 9/6 by Sean Ellis
PUC Guts Portland General Electric Rate Hike Request Portland Business Journal, 1/8/7 by Staff
Power Rate Decrease BPA Journal, 11/6 by Staff
IPCo. Increases Energy Credits after BPA Settlement Capital Press, 10/27/6 by Pat McCoy
BPA Cuts Rates on Wholesale Power Capital Press, 10/6/6 by Mitch Lies
Bonneville Wholesale Rate Drop Goes in Effect The Missoulian, 10/7/6 by Michael Jamison
Bonneville Cuts Wholesale Rates 4th Year The Dalles Chronicle, 10/3/6 by William McCall
New Era in Electricity The Daily News, 10/1/6 by Don Jenkins
Shift in BPA's Strategy could Benefit Local Utility The Daily Herald, 9/26/6 by AP & Staff
BPA Looks To Create Two-Tiered Rate System OPB News, 8/23/6 by Ley Garnett
PSE Raises Rates for Residential Natural Gas Seattle Times, 9/28/6 by Associated Press
State to Hear Lower Valley Rate Request KNDO/KNDU, 9/28/6 by Noah Brenner
Electric Rates Could Decrease Again The Register-Guard, 8/27/6 by Jeff Wright
Clark-BPA Pact may Lower Power Rates The Columbian, 8/9/6 by Erik Robinson
BPA Plans to Cut Rates by 3 Percent Capital Press, 7/21/6 by Patricia McCoy
No Hot Gas, Just Northwest Hydro Power Seattle Times, 7/14/6 by Editors
Wholesale-rate Cut Wouldn't Help PUD Seattle Times, 7/26/6 Christopher Schwarzen
BPA Cuts Wholesale Power Rate The Missoulian, 7/19/6 by Michael Jamison
Bonneville Announces Fourth Year of Rate Cuts Seattle Times, 7/19/6 by Eric Teegarden
BPA to Drop Price of Power it Sells Utilities Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 7/18/6 by Bill Virgin
BPA Expects to Reduce its Wholesale Rate The Oregonian, 7/18/6 by Ted Sickinger
PUD Had Hoped for Even Lower Rate from Bonneville The Daily World, 7/18/6 Staff & News Sources
BPA Expects Wholesale Power Rate Cut KTVZ, 7/14/6 by News Sources
Congressional Focus on Power Rates, Fish Costs Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/14/6 by Staff
Legislators Urge BPA to Continue Rate Cutting Tri-City Herald, 7/14/6 by Chris Mulick
Think Ahead: Rebuild BPA's Technical Capability The Columbian, 4/27/6 by Jim Malinowski
Time for Bonneville Power to Lower Energy Rates The Columbian, 4/25/6 by Cooper & Rainey
BPA: Good News, Times Three The Oregonian, 4/22/6 by Ted Sickinger
Agency sees Better Days, Which may Help Rates The Oregonian, 4/22/6 by Associated Press
Power Bills will Drop, Thanks to Plentiful Water Idaho Statesman, 4/13/6 by Melissa McGrath
BPA Rates Could Fall 5 percent Next Year Statesman Journal, 4/11/6 by Associated Press
Idaho Power Rates to Drop 14 Percent KTVB, 5/25/6 by Staff
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Many more stories in the 2011 section
A Secret to Drive Energy Revolution The Register-Guard, 2/16/3 by Jack Robertson
Invention Harnesses Hydrogen Energy Beaverton Valley Times, 10/30/9 by Steve Law
Pacific NW Hydro Output in December Even with Previous Year Platts, 1/3/11 by Hilary Costa
Overgeneration Discussions Continue BPA Journal, 1/11 by Staff
BPA Develops New Wind Plan BPA Journal, 1/11 by Staff
Too Much Power in the Northwest? The Oregonian, 1/2/11 by Staff
Can Wind Power Both Portland and Seattle? KATU, 12/26/10 by Associated Press
New Energy Coming Online Faster than Idaho Utilities Can Handle Idaho Statesman, 12/19/10 by Rocky Barker
Analyzing the 'California Effect' on the NW's Wind Power Boom KATU, 12/17/10 by Dan Tilkin
High Water Talks Begin BPA Journal, 10/10 by Staff
Can Wind Power be Too Much of Good Thing? The Oregonian, 7/18/10 by Ted Sickinger
listen Wind Farms Fight Headwinds West of The Cascades KUOW, 6/30/10 by Tom Banse
Too Much Wind Power? Kitsap Peninsula Journal, 5/3/10 by Don Brunell
Sudden Surplus Calls for Quick Thinking New York Times, 7/7/10 by Matthew L. Wald
listen High River Flows Put Electric Grid to Test KUOW, 6/22/10 by Tom Banse
Dams on Columbia Working Overtime The News Tribune, 6/12/10 by Pratik Joshi
Swollen River Churns So Much Electricity BPA is Giving Some Away The Oregonian, 6/11/10 by Ted Sickinger
Some Columbia Basin Reservoirs See Turnaround in Refill Potential Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/4/10 by Staff
Spring Snow Too Little Too Late BPA Journal, 6/10/10 by Staff
CA Renewables Push Could Drive Up Prices in Oregon The Oregonian, 9/14/9 by Ted Sickinger
BPA Holding Up with Record Electricity Use Curry County Reporter, 1/14/9 by Staff
Wind Success Comes with Challenges BPA Journal, 12/8 by Staff
How Too Much Wind Power Could Actually Hurt Salmon KATU News, 11/5/8 by Dan Tilkin Video
Managing with Wind and Water The Oregonian, 10/12/8 by Ted Sickinger
NW Power Managers Struggle with Electricity Surplus The Oregonian, 6/26/8 by Gail Kinsey Hill
Google and Utility to Test Hybrids That Sell Back Power New York Times, 6/19/7 by Barringer & Wald
BPA Announcing US Northwest Power Shares in Spring Reuters, 2/20/7 by Reuters
BPA Sees 'Precarious' NW Energy Picture KTVZ, 2/20/7 by Staff
Energy Supply/Demand Requires Action BPA Journal, 3/7 by Staff
BPA Forecasts Adequate Power BPA Journal, 2/7 by Staff
Council Sees Enough Water to Run Hydro The Dalles Chronicle, 1/21/7 by Nicholas Geranios
Columbia Runoff Portends Adequate Supply of Electricity KNDO / KNDU, 1/19/7 by Associated Press
Test Driving Electric Cars for BPA BPA Journal, 10/6 by Staff
Bonneville Expects Surplus Power Supply Great Falls Tribune, 10/20/6 by Associated Press
EFFICIENCY check 2011
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Conservation Key to Meeting Growth BPA Journal, 10/10 by Staff
BPA Welcomes New Customer BPA Journal, 10/10 by Staff
Efficiency Industry Eyes Expiration of U.S. Treasury Energy Grants San Jose Business Journal, 9/27/10 by Mary Duan
Irrigators Help Conserve Power Capital Press, 8/31/10 by Dave Wilkins
GE Discovers Demand for Its Energy Efficiency Treasure Hunts GreenBiz.com, 7/29/10 by Staff
BPA Sets Up Website to Monitor Power Consumption Portland Business Journal, 7/8/10 by Matthew Kish
Energy Efficient Home Tips iFloor, 7/10 by Staff
How Many Energy-Efficient Light Bulbs Does it Take? Earth Policy Institute, 6/16/10 by Lester R. Brown
DOE Gives $60 Million To Expand Local Energy Efficiency Efforts Matter Network, 6/16/10 by Sustainable Business
LED Light Bulb to Replace the Most Common Household Bulb Environmental News Net, 5/13/10 by Staff
DOE Announces $13 Million in Grants for Industrial Energy Efficiency Clean Edge News, 5/6/10 by Staff
NW Utilities, Agencies Plan to Save 200 Megawatts Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/4/10 by Associated Press
Companies Cut Energy Use as Rate Hikes Loom Sustainable Business OR, 4/19/10 by Courtney Sherwood
Conservation is Cheapest Option Lewiston Tribune, 3/21/10 by Eric Barker
Energy Efficiency Proposals Could Create 333,000 Jobs in 2010 Clean Edge News, 3/10/10 by Staff
BPA Will Bring Efficiency Proposals to Pasco Meeting Tri-City Herald, 4/21/10 by Kevin McCullen
Clean Energy Conundrum The Daily Evergreen, 3/8/10 by William Stetson
Energy Efficiency: The Key to Our Clean Energy Future The Oregonian, 3/5/10 by Sara Patton
85 Percent of Electricity Demand Can Be Met with Efficiency Columbia Basin Bulletin, 2/9/10 by Staff
Conservation Play Key Role in Meeting NW's Energy Needs The Oregonian, 2/10/10 by Matthew Presch
Why Is a Utility Paying Customers? New York Times, 1/23/10 by Kate Galbraith
How Conserving Energy Saves Money Now and in the Future KIDX, 12/11/9 by Emily Florez
$88M Grant Aids Utilities in Quest for Efficiency Daily Journal of Commerce, 11/30/9 by Justin Carinci
Conservation Pays Off for PUD The Dalles Chronicle, 11/27/9 by Kathy Ursprung
Weatherization: Saving Money by Saving Energy The Huffington Post, 10/14/9 by Steven Chu
'08 Energy Efficiency Reduced Electricity Demand by 234 aMW Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/6/9 by Staff
Power from Nothing: Energy Plan Stresses Conservation The Daily News, 10/25/9 by Don Jenkins
Finding the Right Path to Our Energy Future The Oregonian, 10/26/9 by Dick Adams
NW Power Plan: Fewer Fossil Fuel Plants, More Conservation The Missoulian, 10/14/9 by Rob Chaney
NW Power Panel: Save Juice, Build Fewer Plants Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 9/3/9 by Associated Press
California Approves $3.1 Billion Energy Efficiency Program Clean Edge News, 9/28/9 by Staff
U.S. Food Processors Vow to Cut Energy Use UPI, 2/23/9 by UPI
DOE Launches $450M Program to Ramp Up Energy Efficiency Retrofits Green Biz, 9/17/9 by Staff
Alas, Energy Efficiency Isn't Sexy Green Biz, 9/16/9 by Marc Gunther
Efficiency can Help NW Meet 85% of New Electricity Demand Seattle Times, 8/11/9 by Nicholas Geranios
Conservation Could Provide 85 Percent of Power Seattle Times, 7/29/9 by Nicholas Geranios
Energy Efficiency Could Save U.S. $600 Billion Environmental News Net, 7/29/9 by Timothy Gardner
Obama, Chu Unveil New Lighting Rules and Release $346M GreenBiz.com, 6/30/9 by Staff
BPA Helps Tribe Switch to CFLs BPA Journal, 7/9 by Staff
BPA Pursues Changes in EE Industrial Program BPA Journal, 6/9 by Staff
DOE Earmarks $256M for Industrial and IT Energy Efficiency Green Biz, 6/2/9 by Staff
Interest in Energy Efficiency Remains High, But Actions Lag GreenBiz, 5/6/9 by Leslie Guevarra
LADWP Gives Away 2 Million Light Bulbs KABC, 4/2/9 by Staff
California Seeks to Curb Appetite of Power-Hungry TVs New York Times, 4/14/9 by Felicity Barringer
Energy Efficiency Initiatives Could Save $168.6 Billion Clean Edge News, 3/25/9 by Staff
BPA Plans for Future of EE BPA Journal, 2/9 by Staff
Utilities Urge Consumers to 'Save More' Sustainable Industries, 4/13/9 by Sara Stroud
Utilities, Retailers & Manufacturers Partner for Efficient Push Greener Computing, 4/9/9 by GreenBiz Staff
Utilities Push Energy-Efficient Ductless Heat Pump The Oregonian, 3/30/9 by Associated Press
Feds and Food Processors Sign Energy Reduction Deal Oregon Public Broadcasting, 2/18/9 by Rob Manning
Efficiency and Conservation Drops Energy Demand by 2020 Environmental News Net, 1/6/9 Earth Policy Institute
Energy Efficiency Means Profitability Capital Press, 8/22/8 by John Aguirre
USPS Aims to Cut Energy Use by a Third GreenBiz.com, 10/3/8 by Staff
Experts Plan Energy Efficiency for Offices of the Future MarketWatch, 7/16/8 by Press Release
Recycling CFLs is Finally Easy to Do! Environmental News Net, 6/30/8 by Staff
Saving Energy, One Megawatt at a Time The Seattle Times, 6/24/8 by Editorial Board
Lighting an Efficient Future, Minus the Mercury Environmental News Net, 5/30/8 by Worldwatch Institute
Energy Efficiency: Overlooked and Misunderstood GreenBiz.com, 5/16/8 by Staff
Wal-Mart's Latest Green Store Slashes Energy Use GreenBiz.com, 3/19/8 by Staff
BPA: Conservation Saved Enough to Power Small City Missoulian, 1/20/8 by Michael Jamison
Era of Cheap Power is Ending Idaho Statesman, 6/8/8 by Rocky Barker
For All the Ecological Concern, Economy Drives Energy Use Wall Street Journal, 5/27/8 by Jeffrey Ball
DoE Increases Efficiency in Federal Buildings by 30% Environmental News Net, 11/27/7 by Staff
Bonneville Hosts October Energy Awareness Month The Dalles Chronicle, 10/30/7 by Staff
PGE Donates Additional $50,000 to Oregon HEAT KTVZ.com, 10/14/7 by Associated Press
GE's Environment Push Hits Business Realities Wall Street Journal, 9/14/7 by Kathryn Kranhold
Wal-Mart Markets House-Brand CFLs to U.S. Customers GreenBiz.com, 9/21/7 by Staff
CA Asks Consumers to Cut Power Use Weds., Thurs. Reuters UK, 8/28/7 by Staff
Power Companies Get Incentive to Save Kilowatts Stateline.org, 9/7/7 by Eric Kelderman
Lights Out Market Watch, 8/23/7 by Stephanie Cohen
Computer Power Waste Targeted Wall Street Journal, 6/13/7 by Don Clark
Putting Energy Hogs in Home on a Strict Low-Power Diet New York Times, 6/10/7 by Larry Magid
BPA Seeks Efficiencies, Less Pollution Great Falls Tribune, 5/3/7 by Associated Press
DOE gets its First Ever Secretary of Energy Efficiency Columbia Basin Energy Report, 5/1/7 by Staff
Puget Sound Energy's Resource Plan Stresses Efficiency Columbia Basin Energy Report, 5/2/7 by Staff
Ban the Bulb Earth Policy Institute, 5/9/7 by Lester Brown
Lights Out in Ontario for Incandescent Bulbs Environmental News Net, 4/19/7 by Reuters
Energy Efficiency Program Enhanced BPA Journal, 3/7 by Staff
BPA Works to Improve System Efficiency BPA Journal, 3/7 by Staff
Consumers Wring in Energy Savings NW Current, 2/28/7 by Becky Brun
Utility Ups Energy-saving Rewards Capital Press, 2/2/7 by Dave Wilkins
Edison's Light Bulb Could Be on Endangered List Environmental News Net, 2/12/7 by David Porter
CA may Ban Conventional Lightbulbs by 2012 Environmental News Net, 1/31/7 by Bernie Woodall
CFL Conundrum NW Current, 1/31/7 Vicki Fulbright Calwell
Idaho Taking Comments on Energy-Saving Plans Idaho Mountain Express, 1/17/7 by Rebecca Meany
Congress Aces Efficiency Bill NW Current, 1/3/7 by Becky Brun
Pushing Market to Improve Computer Energy Efficiency Environmental News Net, 11/21/6 by NWEEA
Wal-Mart to Sell 100 Million Compact Fluorescents GreenBiz.com, 11/30/6 by Staff
Wal-Mart Evaluates Green Stores' Progress GreenBiz.com, 11/13/6 by Staff
GM Cuts Energy Use by One-Quarter at Facilities GreenBiz.com, 12/15/6 by Staff
Christmas Drain on Idaho Power KTRV, 11/29/6 by Dan Hamilton
BPA Aids Low-income Northwesterners NW Current, 11/28/6 by Becky Brun
Canal Company gets Pipeline Project Funds Capital Press, 9/8/6 by Mike Griffel
BPA Seeks New Energy Savings BPA Journal, 9/1/6 by Staff
Hybrid Lighting Technology Gains Momentum in U.S. GreenBiz.com, 8/11/6 by Staff
Getting Windows Right: A Guide GreenBiz.com, 8/6 by David Altenhofen
Governors Plug Efficiency, Generation NW Current, 10/31/5 by Michael Burnham
SOLAR check 2011
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Solar Goes Hyper in the U.S. Mother Nature Network, 2/9/11 by Karl Burkart
California County has Approved Six Solar Projects Cooler Planet, 12/6/10 by Staff
Southern California Edison Buys More Solar Power GetSolar, 11/28/10 by Staff
Solar-power Farm Near Cle Elum gets OK Seattle Times, 10/7/10 by Associated Press
Solar Energy Projects Receive License Approvals Power-Gen Worldwide, 9/30/10 by PennWell
Green Light for Idaho's Largest Solar Project Boise Weekly, 9/22/10 by George Prentice
Future of Hanford Land Up for Debate The News Tribune, 9/19/10 by Annette Cary
California's Farm Belt Using Solar to Turn Brown into Green Sunpluggers.com, 9/2/10 by John Lindt
Recovery Act Keeps U.S. on Clean Energy Path GreenBiz.com, 8/26/10 by Staff
Recovery Act Propels 3 GW of Solar Projects to Front in California Clean Technica, 8/31/10 by Staff
1,000-Megawatt Plant in CA Marks New Milestone in Solar Expansion New York Times, 8/26/10 by Scott Streater
Southern California Edison Awards Contracts for Desert Solar Projects The Desert Sun, 7/31/10 by Mike Perrault
Sacramento Utility Announces Solar Power Purchase Agreement Cooler Planet, 7/8/10 by Nate Lew
Solar Industry Powers Up Slowly in Washington Seattle Times, 7/7/10 by Jason Bacaj
Obama Announces Nearly $2 Billion in Solar Loan Guarantees Clean Edge News, 7/6/10 by Staff
Obama Pledges $2B in Stimulus Funds to Solar Firms GreenBiz, 7/6/10 by Staff
Obama Gives $1.85B for Solar Energy Plants Daily Tech, 7/5/10 by Staff
SunRun Scores $100M Deal with PG&E to Take 3,500 Homes Solar Venture Beat, 6/21/10 by Camille Ricketts
PG&E to Finance SunRun Solar Panel Installation San Francisco Chronicle, 6/21/10 by David R. Baker
U.S. Senators Propose Extending Renewable-Energy Grant Program Wall Street Journal, 6/16/10 by Cassandra Sweet
SunPower Announces Efficiency Record: Is the End Near? Green Tech Media, 6/23/10 by Michael Kanellos
Solar Cells: Coming to a Window Near You? CNN, 6/10/10 by John D. Sutter
Sprawling Solar Farm Proposed in Jerome Co. The Times-News, 5/22/10 by Joshua Palmer
NREL: Power Grid can Accommodate Large Increase in Wind & Solar Clean Edge News, 5/26/10 by Staff
GE Places Solar Bets on Thin-film Cells CNet, 3/18/10 by Martin LaMonica
Environmental Questions Await Proposed Solar Farm Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 12/9/9 by John Stang
Ellensburg Residents Invest in Solar Power Park Yakima Herald-Republic, 12/11/9 by Leah Beth Ward
In Eastern Washington, Big Plans for Solar Power The Yakima Herald-Republic, 11/1/9 by Leah Beth Ward
Solar Energy, Wind a Big Part of West Coast's Energy Agenda Cooler Planet, 8/14/9 by Danny Vo
World's Largest Solar Plant May be Built in Cle Elum Seattle Times, 7/9/9 by Sandi Doughton
Solar Panel Maker is Out of This World Private Equity Week, 7/21/9 by Alexander Haislip
New Measures to Aid Solar on Public Lands New York Times, 6/29/9 by Kate Galbraith
CPUC Approves 500 MW Distributed Solar for SoCal Edison Clean Edge News, 6/23/9 by Staff
Flexible Solar Power Shingles Transform Roof to Energy Source Science Daily, 6/8/9 by Staff
PG&E Expands Solar Power Plans San Francisco Chronicle, 5/14/9 by David R. Baker
Texas Moves to Foster Solar Power Wall Street Journal, 4/23/9 by Russell Gold
Cheaper Materials Could Be Key To Low-cost Solar Cells Environmental News Net, 2/19/9 by UC Berkeley
'Major Discovery' from MIT to Unleash Solar Revolution watch video at MIT News, 7/31/8 by Anne Trafton
Los Angeles Boasts World's Largest Solar Energy Plan Environmental News Net, 12/12/8 by ASH Institute
Los Angeles to Add 1.3 Gigawatts of Solar Power by 2020 Environmental News Net, 12/12/8 by Triple Pundit
SF Mayor Issues Solar Challenge to 1,500 Biggest Firms GreenBiz.com, 10/1/8 by Staff
Spain Expects 3,000 MW in Solar Plants by 2010 Environmental News Net, 9/26/8 Thomson Financial
PG&E, SunPower Announce Major Solar Deal The Mercury News, 8/14/8 by Matt Nauman
JCPenney Adds Solar and Wind Power to Its Green Program GreenBiz.com, 8/15/8 by Staff
Big U.S. Retailers Look to Solar Energy Environmental News Net, 8/13/8 by WBCSD
Can High-tech Giants Revolutionize Solar Market? MarketWatch, 7/1/8 by Therese Poletti
National Semiconductor Enters PV Market GreenBiz.com, 7/1/8 by Staff
Researchers Develop Efficient Solar Power Devices Environmental News Net, 7/11/8 by Will Dunham
Shedding Light on Solar Wall Street Journal, 6/30/8 by Yuliya Chernova
Reid: Government Should Help Solar Power Industry Business Week, 6/30/8 by Laura Davis
Solar Power Could Reach One-Tenth of Energy Supply by 2025 GreenBiz.com, 6/17/8 by Staff
eBay Bids on Solar GreenBiz.com, 5/12/8 by Staff
$3 Billion Solar Power Deal Signed By California Utility Environmental News Net, 4/4/8 by Mercury News
65 Million Square Feet of Solar Rooftops Environmental News Net, 3/31/8 by MetaEfficient
The Future of Solar-Powered Houses is Clear Environmental News Net, 4/9/8 Queensland University
Colourful Idea Sparks Renewable Electricity from Paint Environmental News Net, 3/10/8 by Swansea University
Nanosolar: Power to the People Environmental News Net, 11/13/7 by Triple Pundit
Hot Properties Wall Street Journal, 11/13/7 by Rebecca Smith
PG&E and Ausra Sign 177 MW Solar Thermal Deal Clean Edge News, 11/5/7 by Staff
IBM Turning Silicon Waste Into Solar Panels InformationWeek, 10/30/7 by Paul McDougall
Safeway Plans Solar Arrays for 23 CA Stores GreenBiz.com, 9/17/7 by Staff
Wells Fargo sees Bright Outlook for NV Solar Investment Sacramento Business Journal, 8/16/7 by SF Business Times
Thin-Film PV Market Could Top $7 Billion by 2015 GreenBiz, 8/9/7 by GreenerBuildings.com
Sharp Installs Largest Solar Electricity System Memphis Business Journal, 6/19/7 by Staff
Rainy Washington Pursues Solar Power North County Times, 5/12/7 by Associated Press
Solar Power Plant to be Built Near Ellensburg Yakima Herald-Republic, 5/9/7 by Mai Hoang
EI Solutions to Build Largest Solar Facility in the NW Start Up Beat, 5/9/7 by Staff
Today's Topic Is Solar Energy Systems New York Times, 4/19/7 by Claudia Deutsch
Wal-Mart Launches Major Solar Power Project GreenBiz.com, 5/8/7 by Staff
Energy Trust Boosts Incentives for Commercial Solar Columbia Basin Energy Report, 4/18/7 by Staff
Solar Panels Power Small Dairy Capital Press, 2/9/7 by John Schmitz
Professor Devises New Form of Solar Cell Environmental News Net, 11/28/6 by Associated Press
Sunny Side Up New York Times, 10/21/6 by Claudia H. Deutsch
WIND check 2011
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Wind Power Cost Competitive with Natural Gas EcoGeek.org, 1/25/11 by Philip Proefrock
BP Starts Operations of Idaho's Largest Wind Farm NASDAQ, 11/4/10 by Naureen S. Malik
Multiple Wind Farm Proposals Explained KIDK, 11/4/10 by Danica Lawrence
Wind Turbines Update KIDK, 11/2/10 by Michelle Ludtka
Farmers in Bonneville Want Wind Turbines KPVI, 10/29/10 by Johnny Archer
Washington's Wind Power Windfall The Columbian, 10/10/10 by Kathie Durbin
Wind in BPA Grid Tops 3,000 MW BPA Journal, 10/10 by Staff
Two Wind Pilot Projects Launched BPA Journal, 10/10 by Staff
Wind, Tides Hold Economic Potential, Top Lab Chief Says Peninsula Daily News, 10/4/10 by Jeff Chew
watch Race With the Wind KLEW TV, 10/1/10 by Stephanie Smith
Pilot Project Seeks to Put More Wind Energy on the Grid reve, 9/28/10 by Staff
Oregon Wind Energy Too Much to Handle Daily Journal of Commerce, 9/27/10 by Nathalie Weinstein
Breaking Out of the Wind Ghetto New York Times, 9/23/10 by Matthew L. Wald
BPA Builds Wind Integration Pilot Program Penn Energy, 9/22/10 by Staff
BPA Seeks Dialogue On Spill-Wind Integration Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/17/10 by Staff
Iberdrola, BPA in Pilot Project for Wind Backup Sustainable Business Oregon, 8/22/10 by Christina Williams
Wind Company Raises $18M for Transmission Space KULR 8, 9/24/10 by Asssociated Press
Wind in BPA Grid Tops 3,000 MW North American Windpower, 9/14/10 by BPA
Calpine to Buy Pacific Northwest Wind Power Brighter Energy, 9/13/10 by James Cartledge
PGE Completes $1bn Wind Farm in Oregon Brighter Energy, 9/9/10 by James Cartledge
450-MW Wind Farm Online in Oregon Renewable Energy World, 9/9/10 by Staff
Idaho Building its Largest Wind Complex to Date CNET News, 8/25/10 by Candace Lombardi
Company Plans to Make Wind Blades The News Tribune, 8/10/10 by Pratik Joshi
watch Ridgeline Planning to Build More Wind Turbines in Eastern Idaho KPVI, 7/29/10 by Johnny Archer
Wind Forecast Accuracy Takes on Added Importance KPLU, 8/24/10 by Tom Banse
BPA Shares New Wind, Weather Display KBKW, 8/9/10 by David Haviland
Just How Windy is it Outside? KATU, 8/8/10 by Scott Sistek
BPA Balances Wind Services With Cost for Developers The Oregonian, 7/28/10 by Steve Wright
BPA Issues Decision on Wind Integration Charge in 2010 Rate Case Renewable + Law, 7/21/10 by Dina Dubson
Real Time Look at Summer Power Consumption KBKW, 7/9/10 by David Haviland
Start Thinking About Alternative-Energy Options Seattle Times, 1/31/10 by Hugh Coleman
Study: Wind Projects Wouldn't Ruin Steens Mountain Beauty The Oregonian, 7/18/10 by Richard Cockle
Final Phase PGE's Biglow Canyon Wind Farm Begins to Spin Power MarketWatch, 7/15/10 by Business Wire
Wind Power Changing Energy Delivery The Missoulian, 5/29/10 by Michael Jamison
Sales-On-Demand: New Power Sales Keep Wind Turbines Spinning KBKW, 5/28/10 by David Haviland
As Wind Power Booms, So Do the Challenges Seattle Times, 5/25/10 by Hal Bernton
Wind Power Challenges In Pacific Northwest The Energy Collective, 5/23/10 by Rod Adams
Scientists Study Wind-Farm Risks to Birds Seattle Times, 6/6/10 by Hal Bernton
Threatened Bird Might Blow Down Wind Farm Chinook Observer, 6/22/10 by Nancy Butterfield
A Murrelet Magician? The Daily World, 6/22/10 by Angelo Bruscas
Officials Point to Gulf as Reason for Wind Power The Daily World, 6/17/10 by Angelo Bruscas
Clallam County PUD OKs $38,000 More for Wind Project Peninsula Daily News, 6/6/10 by Rob Ollikainen
Naselle Wind Farm Seeks Big Investor The Daily News, 6/5/10 by Don Jenkins
Clallam PUD may Opt in for Wind Farm Study Peninsula Daily News, 6/2/10 by Paul Gottlieb
PUD OKs More Money for Project The Daily World, 6/2/10 by Angelo Bruscas
PUD Won't Budge on Wind Farm The Daily World, 5/25/10 by Staff
Birds Key Roadblock to Wind Farm Plan The Daily World, 5/22/10 by Angelo Bruscas
Residents Angry Over New Windmill Proposal KIDK, 5/27/10 by Ian Parker
Wind Could be Next Great Farming Subsidy CNET News, 5/19/10 by Staff
RES Americas Begins Constructing Lower Snake River Wind Project PR Newswire, 5/21/10 by Raheleh Folkerts
PSE to Start Construction on Lower Snake River Wind Project Market Watch, 5/18/10 by Staff
Clallam Among PUDs Reviewing Roles in Costly Wind Project Peninsula Daily News, 5/21/10 by Rob Ollikainen
Grays Harbor PUD Hopes to Sell Interest in Radar Ridge Wind Project KBKW, 5/19/10 by David Haviland
Radar Ridge: PUD Balks The Daily World, 5/18/10 by Angelo Bruscas
Wind Farm Project 'Kind of in Limbo' at Clallam PUD Peninsula Daily News, 5/18/10 by Rob Ollikainen
"Big Question Mark" on Wind Project The Daily World, 5/11/10 by Steven Friederich
PUD Gets Cold Feet Over 82MW Wind Farm in Washington State Brighter Energy, 5/13/10 by James Cartledge
PUDs Worry Bird Will Stop Wind Farm in Tracks The Daily News, 5/13/10 by Don Jenkins
Grays Harbor PUD Uncertain about Wind Farm Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/12/10 by Associated Press
Grays Harbor PUD Stalls on Radar Ridge Wind Project Price Increases KBKW, 5/11/10 by David Haviland
Decisions Coming on Wind Farm Project The Daily World, 5/8/10 by Mike Marsh
GE Leads U.S. Wind Market but Faces More Competition Wall Street Journal, 4/8/10 by Paul Glader
Wind Industry Grows at Record Pace in 2009 MarketWatch, 4/8/10 by Jeniece Pettitt
Turbulent Times Sustainable Industries, 3/31/10 by Johanna Peace
Wind Power Soared Past 150,000 Megawatts in 2009 Earth Policy Institute, 3/30/10 by J. Matthew Roney
Site Announced for Mobilization of East Idaho Wind Farm Idaho State Journal, 3/16/10 by Staff
Columbia Gorge CC Teaching Wind Farm Worker Skills KNDO / KNDU, 3/8/10 by Associated Press
Pickens Shelves Texas Wind Project Wall Street Journal, 1/14/10 by Keith Johnson
Study: Seabird Won't be Harmed by Wind Project Peninsula Daily News, 1/5/10 by Rob Ollikainen
Wind Farm Backers: There's Minimal Threat to Marbled Murrelet The Daily News, 1/5/10 by Don Jenkins
Marbled Murrelet Not Significantly Impacted by Radar Ridge Project KBKW, 1/5/10 by David Haviland
EWEB Adds to Wind Power The Register-Guard, 12/26/9 by Susan Palmer
Wind Resistance High Country News, 12/21/9 by Jonathan Thompson
As California Greens, Northwest Power Gains New West, 12/20/9 by Daniel Jack Chasen
Renewable Energy and the Oregon Trail The Oregonian, 12/11/9 by David J. Welch
GE Wins Huge Wind-Farm Contract Wall Street Journal, 12/10/9 by Joan E. Solsman
China Challenging the United States for World Wind Leadership Earth Policy Institute, 12/10/9 by J. Matthew Roney
WA EFSEC Advises Governor to Approve Desert Claim Wind Project North American Windpower, 11/19/9 by Staff
Radar Ridge Project Meetings in Pacific County The Daily World, 11/12/9 by Mike Marsh
Will Wind Farm Project Fly? The Daily News, 11/8/9 by Staff
Clallam PUD's Share of Two Wind Projects Paid with $55.6 Million Peninsula Daily News, 11/3/9 by Rob Ollikainen
Wind Energy's Success Creates a Power Grid Challenge The Oregonian, 10/29/9 by Matthew Preusch
Public Comment Periods Wind Down on Wind Farm Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 10/29/9 by Carrie Chicken
Fitch Affirms Energy Northwest Wind Project Bonds at 'A-' Business Wire, 10/13/9 by Staff
BPA Hopes Meter Will Predict Wind Tri-City Herald, 9/17/9 by Drew Foster
New Tool Will Help BPA Forecast Wind Energy KVEW, 9/16/9 by Josh Peterson
It's Time to Regulate Wind Farms Ag Week, 9/14/9 by Staff
PSE Awards Lower Snake River Wind Farm Contract Renewable Energy World, 9/14/9 by Staff
$502 Million in Grants for Clean Energy Projects Clean Edge News, 9/2/9 by Staff
Duke Energy Plans for Ninth Wind Farm Dayton Business Journal, 8/31/9 by Staff
Tax Dollars Blowin' in the Wind The Oregonian, 8/29/9 by Rick Attig
Powerful Ideas: Wind Turbine Blades Change Shape Live Science, 8/24/9 by Charles Q. Choi
Bingham County Judge Stalls Wind Project Idaho Business Review, 8/21/9 by Zach Hagadone
Balance of Power The Gresham Outlook, 8/25/9 by Shannon Wells
BPA to Install Anemometers to Forecast Wind North American Wind Power, 8/20/9 by BPA
BPA to Install Tools to Better Track Wind The Oregonian, 8/19/9 by Staff
Northwestern Transmission Line to Deliver Wind Power Sustainable Business, 8/17/9 by Staff
Northwest Wind Power: My, How You've Grown The Oregonian, 8/15/9 by Editorial Board
Wind Energy Growing by Gusts and Bounds The Missoulian, 8/14/9 by Michael Jamison
NW Utilities Get Wind of Integration Charge Sustainable Industries, 8/12/9 by Charles Redell
PSE Purchases Full Control of Washington Wind Project Sustainable Business, 8/7/9 by Staff
PSE Acquires Lower Snake River Wind Energy Project Renewable Energy World, 8/10/9 by Staff
PSE Acquires Lower Snake River Wind Energy Project Business Wire, 8/6/9 by Press Release
Negative Effect Negated by Data The Columbian, 8/27/9 by Doug Miller
No 'Winner' Needed The Columbian, 8/5/9 by Editorial Board
Wildlife Hinders Wind Farm Strategy The Columbian, 8/1/9 by Kathie Durbin
Proposed Wind Project Could Imperil Murrelet The Columbian, 7/27/9 by Kathie Durbin
Murrelet May Be In Way of Pacific Co. Wind Farm The Daily News, 7/27/9 by Associated Press
BPA Sponsors Wind Forcast Competition KBKW, 8/5/9 by David Haviland
Ebb and Flow of Wind Power Stress NW Power Grid Yakima Herald-Republic, 7/26/9 by David Lester
Council to Discuss Helix Wind Farm East Oregonian, 7/21/9 by Erin Mills
OR Governor May Veto Bills on Biomass Rule, Wind Credits Capital Press, 7/9/9 by Associated Press
14 Wind Farms Planned for Southern Idaho Capital Press, 6/30/9 by Associated Press
County Mulls Turbine Ban Capital Press, 6/25/9 by Associated Press
BPA, Utilities Join to Develop Dynamic Scheduling BPA Journal, 6/9 by Staff
BPA Supports Wind Power BPA Journal, 4/9 by Staff
Small Wind Beginning to Make a Big Difference Environmental News Net, 6/1/9 by Triple Pundit
Coast Looks to Wind for Power Capital Press, 5/28/9 by Cassandra Profita
WA Companies get $570,000 for Wind Projects Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/28/9 by Associated Press
Wind-Power Giant Keeps to Its Course Wall Street Journal, 5/6/9 by Paul Glader
U.S. Wind Power Industry Installs More Than 2,800 MW in Q1 '09 GreenBiz.com, 4/29/9 by Staff
Ridgeline Energy comes to Idaho Falls KIDK.com, 4/16/9 by Jennifer McGraw
Idaho Wind Farm Gets 20-year Purchase Agreement MSN Money, 4/16/9 by Associated Press
Clark PUD Nears 20-Year Deal to Buy Wind Power The Columbian, 3/24/9 by Erik Robinson
Lower Snake River Wind Project to Generate Jobs The News Tribune, 3/29/9 by Drew Foster
Wind Energy Company Opening Pomeroy Office KLEW TV, 3/13/9 by Kate Galbraith
Comment Sought at Pair of Meetings on Planned Wind Project Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 3/3/9 by Carrie Chicken
Port of Vancouver Signs Wind Deals Portland Business Journal, 2/5/9 by Staff
Wind-Turbine Business Propels Port The Columbia, 2/5/9 by Cami Joner
Demand for Solar and Wind Drops as Banks Stop Financing Environmental News Net, 2/6/9 by WBCSD
U.S. Becomes Top Wind Producer, Solar Next Environmental News Net, 2/3/9 by Gerard Wynn
Company Withdraws Plan for Wind Farm Near The Dalles The Oregonian, 1/23/9 by Eric Mortenson
Sevenmile Wind Project Dies The Dalles Chronicle, 1/22/9 by Rodger Nichols
The U.S. Needs a 'Wind Bank' CNET News, 1/21/9 by T. Boone Pickens
Tax Breaks for Wind Power Irk Some Portland Tribune, 12/18/8 by Steve Law
Irrigation District to Give Wind a Chance The Modesto Bee, 12/17/8 by John Holland
Wind Turbine Maker Gets Boost Capital Press, 12/11/8 by Associated Press
Avista Puts Wind Farm on Hold Capital Press, 12/4/8 by Associated Press
Renewable Energy Marks Significant 'First' Environmental News Net, 1/27/9 Sustainable Business
Montana Urged to Boost Wind Power Billings Gazette, 11/16/8 by Susan Olp
PUD to Spend $77 Million on Wind The Daily World, 11/17/8 by Leif Nesheim
Grays Harbor PUD Invests in Wind Farm Seattle Times, 11/4/8 by Staff
BPA Proposes Constructing Line After 6-year Delay East Oregonian, 11/3/8 by Staff
Amid Economic Crisis, Wind Power Spins More Slowly ABC News, 11/1/8 by Mark Clayton
'The Gold Rush is Happening Right Now' The East Oregonian, 10/30/8 by Samantha Bates
Let Free Market Decide When Ready for More Wind Power Statesman Journal, 10/29/8 by Todd Wynn
AWEA Predicts Another Record Year for Wind Energy Clean Edge News, 10/27/8 by Staff
GE and Google Call for Clean Energy Policies World Changing, 9/29/8 by Ben Block
Wind May Keep Rancher Afloat Capital Press, 9/18/8 by Mateusz Perkowski
Wind Generators Destroy Open Spaces Capital Press, 9/5/8 by Curtis W. Martin
Southeast Idaho Officials Approve Wind Farm for Ranch Capital Press, 8/7/8 by Associated Press
Columbia Generating Station Back on Track Tri-City Herald, 8/26/8 by Chris Mulick
Wash Nuclear Power Plant Shuts Down Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/21/8 by Associated Press
Nuclear Plant Remains Closed, Workers Investigate Leaky Pipe The Seattle Times, 8/22/8 by Associated Press
Nuclear Task Force Dissolved Tri-City Herald, 7/28/8 by Chris Mulick
Four Utilities Study Wind Power Upgrade CNN Money, 9/2/8 by Associated Press
California Utility Buys 15 Years of Wind Power East Oregonian, 9/29/8 by Erin Mills
Podcast Wind Power in the Pacific Northwest KUOW, 8/13/8 by Staff
US Now World Leader in Wind Power Production Environmental News Net, 8/7/8 by WBCSD
Oregon to Have World's Largest Wind Farm The Seattle Times, 8/27/8 by Associated Press
Oil Tycoon Bets on Wind Capital Press, 7/27/8 by Associated Press
Wind Energy Projects Encounter Stiff Opposition Capital Press, 7/20/8 by John Miller
Farmer Turns to Small Wind Turbines Capital Press, 7/18/8 by Associated Press
Wind Turbine Technicians in High Demand KNDO / KNDU, 8/15/8 by Staff
Northwest's Wind Power Could Quadruple The Oregonian, 7/21/8 by Gail Kinsey Hill
NW Wind Power was Almost Too Much of a Good Thing KTRV, 7/6/8 by Associated Press
Second Bid for Larch-area Wind Farm Submitted The Columbian, 6/11/8 by Erik Robinson
Golden Hills Wind Farm Interconnection Project BPA Journal, 6/8 by Staff
Wind Proponents Blast Washington MarketWatch, 6/2/8 by Steve Gelsi
Study Supports U.S. Wind Expansion Environmental New Net, 5/28/8 by Ben Blocks
$2 Billion Wind Turbine Order Is Largest Ever Environmental New Net, 5/16/8 by MetaEfficient
Avista Buys Wind Near Spokane Sustainable Industries, 5/15/8 by Charles Redell
Wind Leaders Call for Extension of Production Tax Credit Clean Edge News, 4/21/8 by Staff
Integrating Wind Energy Customer Connection, 4/8 by Idaho Power
Wind Integration Rate Case Settled BPA Journal, 4/8 by Staff
Wind Power Growth Blows Past Projections Environmental News Net, 4/10/8 Worldwatch Institute
Global Wind Power Capacity Reaches 100,000 Megawatts Environmental News Net, 2/19/8 Earth Policy Institute
Cantwell Touts Wind Power The Columbian, 2/19/8 by Erik Robinson
Wind Blowing Money Farmers' Way Seattle Times, 2/19/8 by Ted Sickinger
Wind Farm Idea Aired The Daily World, 2/9/8 by Leif Nesheim
Groups See Dim Renewable Energy Future CNN Money, 1/22/8 by Associated Press
Wind + Sun Join Forces at Washington Power Plant The Oregonian, 1/21/8 by Gail Kinsey Hill
BPA: Wind Power Exceeds 1,000 MW in Northwest North America Windpower, 1/23/8 by Staff
BPA Reaches 1,000 MW Milestone Delivering Wind Power Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/11/8 by Staff
NW Wind Energy Output Surpasses 1,000 Megawatts The News Tribune, 1/11/8 by John Gillie
Nevada Senator Backs Wind Farms Capital Press, 11/9/7 by Brendan Riley
PacifiCorp to Add Power Capital Press, 10/26/7 by Patricia McCoy
Reardan Twin Buttes Wind Energy Interconnection BPA Journal, 10/7 by Staff
Cascade Wind Interconnection Project BPA Journal, 10/7 by Staff
Green Light For Kittitas Valley Wind Power Project North American Windpower, 9/19/7 by Staff
Other Voices: Inherit the Wind Idaho Statesman, 7/11/7 by Betsy Russell
Wind Credit Effectiveness in Helping Environment Debated Daily Camera, 9/2/7 by Laura Snider
Oregon Wind Tower Collapse Kills Worker Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/26/7 by Associated Press
New Gorge Wind Farm Brushes Up Against Population Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/14/7 by Associated Press
Watts of Wind The Daily News, 7/21/7 by Evan Caldwell
Alternative Energy Hurt by a Windmill Shortage Wall Street Journal, 7/9/7 by Keith Johnson
BPA Substations Support Wind Energy BPA Journal, 7/7 by Staff
BPA Begins Wind Integration Project BPA Journal, 5/7 by Staff
Wind Integration Plan Released BPA Journal, 4/7 by Staff
Wind on the Horizon The Chronicle, 6/24/7 by Nichols & Oram
World's Fastest Growing Wind Power Capacity in '05, '06 Columbia Basin Energy, 6/5/7 by Andrew Sirocchi
Wind Farms Useful but May Threaten Birds Enivronmental News Net, 5/4/7 by Randolph Schmid
Group near The Dalles Opposes Wind Farm KTVZ, 5/23/7 by Associated Press
Legislation would Extend Wind Tax Credit through 2012 Columbia Basin Energy Report, 5/4/7 by Staff
Invenergy Wind to Purchase 600 MW of Wind Turbines Columbia Basin Energy Report, 5/1/7 by Staff
Suzlon Contracts PPM Energy on 400 MW Wind Turbines Columbia Basin Energy Report, 5/3/7 by Staff
UPC Wind Files for Cascade Wind Project near The Dalles Columbia Basin Energy Report, 4/13/7 by Staff
Casade Wind Project Files for Sevenmile Hill Site The Dalles Chronicle, 4/13/7 by Rodger Nichols
NW Power System Can Handle More Wind Energy ElectricNet, 4/11/7 by BPA / NWPCC
Wind Power Won't Be a Breeze The Spokesman-Review, 3/25/7 by Bert Caldwell
Panel: Wind Power has Major Role but it's No Cure-all The Daily News, 3/22/7 by Associated Press
Air, Water Powerful Partners in Northwest Washington Post, 3/21/7 by Blaine Harden
Wind Power's Cost & Difficulty Temper its Benefits The Oregonian, 3/21/7 by Gail Kinsey Hill
Wind Project Announced for The Dalles Portland Business Journal, 3/16/7 by Staff
IPCo. Buys Wind Power, Seeks PUC Regulation Capital Press, 3/2/7 by Pat McCoy
Blowin' in the Wind NW Current, 2/28/7 by Dick Watson
US Wind Power Capacity Grew 27% in 2006 Clean Edge News, 1/24/7 by Staff
Two Wind Projects Proposed in Elmore County Idaho Business Review, 1/5/7 by Brad Carlson
Wind Farmer Close to Agreement with Idaho Power Idaho Statesman, 1/5/7 by Matt Christensen
Idaho Power Seeks Energy Contracts Idaho Mountain Express, 1/5/7 by Rebecca Meany
Wind On The Line Boise Weekly, 12/20/6 by Tony Evans
Federal Funds Sweep into Montana NW Current, 1/2/7 by Morgan Webert
Cowlitz PUD OKs Wind Farm Deal The Daily News, 12/28/6 by Don Jenkins
Nine Canyon Expansion Project Funded KNDO / KNDU, 12/18/6 by Staff
Waiting Game Vexes Idaho Wind Farmers Capital Press, 12/8/6 by Julie Pence
Turbines Generate Less Revenue Capital Press, 12/1/6 by Mitch Lies
Nine Canyon Expansion Project Funded KNDO/KNDU, 12/18/6 by Staff
Fitch Assigns A- Rating to Nine Canyon Wind Bonds NorAm Windpower, 12/12/6 by Staff
Canada's Wind Energy Capacity Nearly Doubled in '06 Clean Edge News, 11/23/6 by Staff
Analysis: Wind Strong Enough to Doom Dams? United Press International, 11/20/6 by Hil Anderson
OR Community College to Start Wind Energy Program The Oregonian, 11/19/6 by Associated Press
PUC Weighs Wind Dispute Capital Press, 10/20/6 by Capital Press
Turbines Could Signal State's Energy Future Capital Press, 10/20/6 by Associated Press
Wind Developers Look to Gorge NW Current, 10/31/6 by April Streeter
Getting Wind to the Grid NW Current, 9/26/6 by Becky Brun
Ephrata Port Expands with Windmill Maker Columbia Basin Herald, 10/16/6 by Matthew Weaver
Plans Unveiled for Expansion of Wind Farm KNDO/KNDU, 9/28/6 by Staff
Idaho's Economic Answer: Blowin' In the Wind Boise Weekly, 9/13/6 by Tony Evans
Largest Windfarm on Federal Land in 25 Years Clean Edge News, 9/4/6 by Staff
Wind Effort Off to Flying Start BPA Journal, 9/1/6 by Staff
Energy NW Seeks to Add 25 Turbines at Nine Canyon Tri-City Herald, 9/6/6 by Mary Hopkin
Council Addresses Increased Wind Power Development BPA Newsroom, 8/24/6 by John Harrison
US Wind Installations Reach 10,000 MW Milestone Clean Edge News, 8/15/6 by Staff
Current Thinking: Integrating Wind NW Current, 8/1/6 by Dick Watson
Idaho Developers Ready to Tap Wind Potential Capital Press, 7/28/6 by Associated Press
Texas Tops in Wind Energy Production Environmental News Net, 7/25/6 by Steve Quinn
Woes for Wind Power The Oregonian, 7/27/6 by Gail Kinsey Hill
GE Opens Wind Turbine Assembly Facility In China Clean Edge News, 7/5/6 by Staff
More Wind Turbines Coming to Foothills KIFI, 7/7/6 by Staff
Wind a Friend to Rural Counties Tri-City Herald, 6/25/6 by Mary Hopkin
Global Wind Power Expands in 2006 Environmental News Net, 6/29/6 Earth Policy Institute
Wind Farms on Tap in Basin Capital Press, 6/2/6 by Associated Press
BIOMASS check 2011
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Dairies Invited to Help Craft Energy-Saving Plan Capital Press, 12/2/10 by Steve Brown
Digester Generates Cow Power Capital Press, 8/26/10 by Steve Brown
Dairies Go Green with Digesters Capital Press, 7/15/10 by Carol Ryan Dumas
Mason County at the Center of 'Green Rush' for Biopower Plants Kitsap Sun, 6/2/10 by James John Bell
A Bright Future for Oregon Biomass The Oregonian, 3/19/10 by Van't Hof & Barnum
Utility Turns Cow Poop into Gas Clackamas Review, 2/11/10 by Jennifer Anderson
Making the Case for On Farm Anaerobic Digesters Sustainable Farming, 11/9/9 by Chris de Morsella
State Lands Wants to Branch Out to Wind, Biomass Energy The Columbian, 9/14/9 by Erik Robinson
Energy Project in Lynden Gets Federal Stimulus Dollars The Bellingham Herald, 10/7/9 by Kie Relyea
Dedication from Vine to Wine Norwegian American Weekly, 9/17/9 by Christy Olsen Field
watch Digester Offers Green for Environment, Investors Capital Press, 10/3/9 by Cookson Beecher
Cargill, Idaho Power get OK for Dung Power Pact Capital Press, 9/1/9 by Associated Press
Start-Up's Biofuel Recipe Mixes CO2, Slime and Sunshine New York Times, 7/27/9 by Michael Burnham
Joule Biotechnologies Unveils Liquid Fuel From Solar Power Wall Street Journal, 7/27/9 by Mara Lemos-Stein
Landfill Generating Electricity Great Falls Tribune, 7/1/9 by Associated Press
One Man's Trash is Another's Electricity Daily Inter Lake, 6/28/9 by K.J. Hascall
Is Biomass Plant in N. Idaho's Future? Idaho Statesman, 3/3/9 by Rocky Barker
Adage, Energy Northwest form Joint Venture Biomass Magazine, 2/25/9 by Staff
New Biomass Plants Eyed for Northwest WA Energy Services, 2/20/9 by Staff
Agreement Could Bring Biomass Plants to NW Seattle Times, 2/19/9 by Staff
Forest Industry Taking a Swing at Renewable Energy The Columbian, 2/2/9 by Don Brunell
Biodigester will Make Fuel from Cow Pies Oregon Public Broadcasting, 12/12/8 by Rob Manning
Digester to Sell Power to Grid Capital Press, 8/15/8 by Dave Wilkins
Puget Energy Taps Dairy Manure as Power Source The Seattle Times, 4/24/8 by Staff
PG&E Turns Cow Manure Into Energy GreenBiz.com, 3/5/8 by ClimateBiz.com
Nuclear Plant to Partner with Dairies on Biofuel Project Capital Press, 8/24/7 by Dave Wilkins
PG&E Receives Approval for Cow Power CNN Money, 8/24/7 by PR Newswire
Pacific Power Taps into Biomass NW Current, 2/28/7 by Becky Brun
Canola Contract Could Fuel Portland's Pumps East Oregonian, 11/12/6 by Dean Brickey
Power Garbage Mail Tribune, 9/21/6 by John Darling
Digester Power Sales Eyed Capital Press, 6/9/6 by Patricia McCoy
GEOTHERMAL check 2011
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Crews Seek Geothermal Hot Spots in Lincoln County Times-News, 10/9/10 by Laura Lundquist
Geologists Plan Geothermal Test Sites in Magic Valley The Times-News, 11/6/9 by Nate Poppino
Geothermal Royalties Not So Hot in Idaho Idaho Business Review, 2/2/9 by Hagadone & Carlson
Government Expands Geothermal Energy Leasing Seattle Times, 10/22/8 by Joseph Hebert
Making Sense of Geothermal Energy Environmental News Net, 7/19/7 by John Wiebe
Interior Releases New Rules Promoting Geothermal Energy Columbia Basin Energy Report, 5/2/7 by Staff
Idaho Explores Geothermal Potential NW Current, 1/31/7 by Becky Brun
WAVE / TIDAL check 2011
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US DoE Awards Further Funding to Ocean Power Technologies International Water Power, 9/13/10 by Staff
PG&E Seeks Licence for Wave Power Project Intl. Water Power, 4/26/10 by Staff
New Funding Announced for Water Power Projects in the US Intl. Water Power, 4/26/10 by Staff
Research says Ocean Energy Could Reach 200GW by 2025 Intl. Water Power, 1/20/10 by Staff
PNNL Awarded $6.8M for Marine, River Research Intl. Water Power, 9/7/9 by Staff
FERC signs Hydrokinetic Projects Deal with WA State Intl. Water Power, 6/12/9 by Staff
Company Seeks to Study Ocean Waves' Potential Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1/6/9 by Scott Hadly
Company to Tap Power of Ocean Capital Press, 12/11/8 by Associated Press
Wave Energy Device Prototype Testing Successful Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/17/8 by Staff
US DoE Pushes Ocean, River Power Research Intl. Water Power, 9/26/8 by Staff
Northwest Nets $2.4 Million for Tidal Energy Research Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 9/18/8 by Robert McClure
World's Largest Tidal Turbine Successfully Installed Environmental News Net, 4/8/8 by MetaEfficient
WA Wave-Power Project Gets Federal License The Columbian, 12/20/7 by Curt Woodward
PUD Moves Ahead on Tidal Project The Seattle Times, 9/20/7 by Christopher Schwarzen
Sensors Measure Power in Waters of Admiralty Inlet Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 9/20/7 by Tom Paulson
Wave Power Attracts Investors Business Week, 8/27/7 by Vaughan Scully
Utilities to Explore Power in the Tides Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/9/7 by Colin McDonald
The Rush is on to Develop Wave, Tidal Energy in NW Columbia Basin Energy Report, 5/2/7 by Staff
Wave Energy Worries Fishermen The World, 4/10/7 by Susan Chambers
Park Turns Waves into Watts NW Current, 3/12/7 by Becky Brun
PG&E to Study Wave Power Intl. Water Power, 3/8/7 by Staff
FERC Calls for Comment on Wave and Tidal Intl. Water Power, 3/8/7 by Staff
State may Ride Crest of a New Energy Wave The Register-Guard, 2/21/7 by Winston Ross
PUD Continues Long Wait to Study Tidal Power Sites Seattle Times, 1/31/7 by Christopher Schwarzen
Utilities to Investigate Puget Sound Tidal Power The Columbian, 2/12/7 by Associated Press
Tides Hold Promise of Electricity The Daily Herald, 2/11/7 by Lukas Velush
Power Plant Could Harness Tidal Energy of Narrows The News Tribune, 7/18/6 by Les Blumenthal
NUCLEAR check 2011
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The Relationship Between BPA and Energy Northwest Bonneville Power Administration, 6/13 by Fact Sheet
Blue Ribbon Commission sees Hanford Waste The News Tribune, 7/15/10 by Annette Cary
Nuclear Power Gaining New Life Covington Reporter, 6/27/10 by Don Brunell
Hastings, Inslee Fight Yucca Shutdown The News Tribune, 5/8/10 by Annette Cary
The U.S. Spent Nuclear Fuel Policy: Road to Nowhere Right Side News, 5/27/10 by Hylko & Peltier
Energy Northwest to Address 'Scrams' Tri-City Herald, 5/26/10 by Annette Cary
Energy Northwest Shutdowns Raise Concerns The News Tribune, 5/23/10 by Annette Cary
Richland's Nuclear Plant Powers Down for Repair The News Tribune, 4/6/10 by Staff
Bonneville Trims Wind, Nuclear Output to Help Fish Reuters, 6/10/10 by Eileen O'Grady
PUD Won't Join Effort to Bring Nuclear Power Back The Daily World, 3/26/10 by Steven Friederich
Government may Support Nuclear Power's Comeback WBUR, 4/13/10 by Staff
Lawmakers Should Challenge Proposal to Scrap Yucca Mountain The Daily News, 4/5/10 by Editorial Board
Utilities sue Energy Dept to Stop Nuclear Waste Management Fees The Hill, 4/5/10 by Ben Geman
Energy Northwest Joins Nuclear Waste Lawsuit The Spokesman-Review, 4/5/10 by Bert
Lawmakers Object to Yucca Mountain Money Switch The News Tribune, 3/24/10 by Annette Cary
Poll Finds Wary Support for Nuclear Power Seattle Times, 3/2/10 by Joel Connelly
OR State Professor Wants to Help Power a Nuclear Renaissance The Oregonian, 3/7/10 by Scott Learn
Abandoning Yucca Mountain a Costly and Irresponsible Blunder The Daily News, 3/5/10 by Editorial Board
Solution in Nevada The Columbian, 3/3/10 by Editorial Board
DOE Owes $56.8M for Not Removing Nuclear Waste Courthouse News Service, 3/11/10 by Staff
Court Awards $56.9 Million For Spent Nuclear Fuel Storage Nuclear Street, 3/8/10 by Stephen Heiser
Court Awards Energy Northwest $57 Million from DOE The News Tribune, 3/2/10 by Annette Cary
Federal Court Awards Damages to Utility Seattle Times, 3/1/10 by Associated Press
WA State to Intervene in Yucca Mountain Case Las Vegas Sun, 3/1/10 by Associated Press
Obama Admin Should Not Close Yucca Mountain Unilaterally The Seattle Times, 2/28/10 by Kate Riley
We Must Keep Nuclear Power as Viable Option The Olympian, 2/25/10 by Jack Janda
Fitch Rates Energy NW $470.7MM Electric Rev Rfdg Bonds 'AA' Earth Times, 2/19/10 by Staff
Nuclear Power? Yes The Columbian, 2/18/10 by Staff
Energy NW to Seek License Renewal Tri-City Herald, 1/20/10 by Drew Foster
Richland Nuclear Plant Taken Offline for Repair Tri-City Herald, 11/10/9 by Staff
Hastings Looks for Answers on Nuclear Waste Disposal The News Tribune, 10/21/9 by Annette Cary
Richland Nuclear Plant Expected Back Online Saturday Tri-City Herald, 10/2/9 by Staff
Should PUD Go Nuclear? The Daily World, 8/25/9 by Steven Friederich
Nuclear Reactors the Lego Way Green Tech Media, 8/21/9 by Staff
Will Micro Nukes Come to the Northwest? Green Tech Media, 8/20/9 by Staff
Grays Harbor PUD Considers Joining Nuclear Effort The Olympian, 8/20/9 by Staff
Nuclear Plant Back Online Tuesday Tri-City Herald, 9/1/9 by Staff
Energy NW Wash. Columbia Reactor Begins Restart Reuters India, 9/1/9 by Joe Silha
Feds Inspecting Hanford Nuclear Power Plant Seattle Times, 8/17/9 by Staff
Nuclear Plant Considered Safe Despite Fires The News Tribune, 8/10/9 by Drew Foster
Workers Rush to Reopen Plant Spokesman-Review, 8/8/9 by Staff
Crews Work Weekend to Restart Nuclear Plant Damaged by Fire Everett Herald, 8/7/9 by Shannon Dininny
Columbia Generating Station Goes Off-line After Fire Tri-City Herald, 8/5/9 by Staff
Chopp: Nuclear Power Will Rise Again Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 7/24/9 by Joel Connelly
Nuclear, Clean Coal & Renewables for Region's Energy Future Idaho Business Review, 7/16/9 by Zach Hagadone
Energy Northwest Gets Two New Members Mason County Daily News, 7/23/9 by Associated Press
Nuclear Plant at Reduced Capacity so Workers can Fix Leak Tri-City Herald, 7/9/9 by Staff
Energy NW Plant Still Off-line After Friday Fire Tri-City Herald, 6/30/9 by Drew Foster
Small Fire Forces Richland Nuclear Plant Offline Tri-City Herald, 6/29/9 by Staff
Columbia Generating Station Back Online Tri-City Herald, 6/26/9 by Drew Foster
Hanford Nuclear Plant Back On Line Seattle Times, 6/25/9 by Staff
Nuclear Power Should not be Blindly Dismissed The Seattle Times, 6/30/9 by Sid Morrison
Efficiency, Renewables Better than Gambling Anew on Nuclear The Seattle Times, 6/19/9 by Sara Patton
'Whoops' Looking to Get Back in Nuclear Power Game The Bellingham Herald, 6/14/9 by Les Blumenthal
New Nukes in the Northwest Examiner, 6/7/9 by Denis DuBois
Energy Northwest Considers more Nuclear Power Examiner, 6/3/9 by Associated Press
Another PUD joins Energy Northwest KPAX, 4/23/9 by Associated Press
FERC Chief: New Coal, Nuclear Plants May be Unnecessary New York Times, 4/22/9 Noelle Straub & Peter Behr
Energy NW Columbia Reactor Ramps Up to Full Power Reuters, 2/17/9 by Joe Silha
Columbia Nuclear Plant Goes Off Line The News Tribune, 2/10/9 by Annette Cary
Nuclear: Columbia Generating System Shuts Down Tri-City Herald, 2/9/9 by Staff
Energy NW Columbia Reactor Slips to 85 Percent Power Reuters, 2/6/9 by Eileen Moustakis
The Flawed Economics of Nuclear Power Environmental News Net, 10/29/8 Earth Policy Institute
Power Needed Beyond Solar, Wind Capital Press, 8/29/8 by Adrian L. Arp
Energy Northwest Columbia Reactor Slips to 85 Percent Reuters India, 5/29/8 by Reuters
Scheduled Maintenance Cuts Power to Nuclear Reactor Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 3/31/8 by Staff
GE-Hitachi Joint Venture Awarded Nuclear Deal Star-News, 6/7/7 by Sam Scott
Nuclear Facility Restarts After 44-day Outage Tri-City Herald, 6/27/7 by Chris Mulick
Hanford Nuke Plant Restarts after Refueling The Seattle Times, 6/26/7 by Associated Press
Warming up to Nuclear Power Seattle Times, 6/3/7 by Kate Riley
Generating Station has Shutdown Tri-City Herald, 11/1/6 by Staff
FOSSIL FUEL check 2011
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Public Utility Districts Paving Way for Kalama Energy Center The Daily News, 10/12/10 by Barbara LaBoe
Natural Gas Complements Renewables Sustainable Business OR, 5/11/10 by Bill Edmonds
Knappa LNG Meeting Heats Up The Daily Astorian, 3/4/10 by Cassandra Profita
No New Coal Plants for Pacific Northwest Clean Skies, 2/11/10 by Staff
Shorter Time Frame to Close Boardman Coal-fired Power Plant The Oregonian, 1/14/10 by Ted Sickinger
PGE Eyes Coal Plant Closure in '20 The Dalles Chronicle, 1/15/10 by Associated Press
PGE Starts Push for New Power Plants, Huge Investments The Oregonian, 1/6/10 by Ted Sickinger
PGE Begins Push for New Power Plants The Daily News, 1/6/10 by Associated Press
LNG Terminal Encounters a Fishy Problem Tank Storage Magazine, 1/6/10 by Staff
Bradwood LNG Crosses a Milestone The Daily Astorian, 1/6/10 by Cassandra Profita
Activists Push for Cleaner Northwest Energy Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 10/17/9 by Associated Press
'Raging Grannies' Sing 'No More Coal' Examiner, 10/1/9 by Jim DiPeso
Closing Coal-fired Plants is a Must Seattle Times, 9/27/9 by James O. Williams
New Power Plan is Good Start, But Needs to Attack Coal Plants Seattle Times, 9/27/9 by Beres & Patton
LNG Firm Pumps Up the Legal Pressure on Port The Daily Astorian, 9/9/9 by Cassandra Profita
Green Energy Overtakes Fossil Fuel Investment, says UN Guardian UK, 6/5/9 by Terry Macalister
Numerous Solid Reasons to Reject LNG The Daily News, 11/16/8 by Stephen Glucoft
Letter: LNG is Three-state NIMBY The Daily Astorian, 11/7/8 by Don B. Hennig
Agencies Ask for Bradwood Re-hearing The Hillsboro Argus, 10/24/8 by Nick Christensen
State of Oregon Tells Feds to Put the Brakes on LNG The Daily Astorian, 10/10/8 by Cassandra Profita
Natural Gas Pipeline Approved Indian Country Today, 10/10/8 by Babette Herrmann
Feds Approve Controversial LNG Terminal Portland Business Journal, 9/18/8 by Chris Mulick
Gas Tanker Terminal on Lower Columbia Approved by Feds Oregon Public Broadcasting, 9/18/8 by Tom Banse
Letter: No Hypocrite The Daily Astorian, 9/15/8 by Marcia Fenske
FERC says LNG is 'Acceptable' The Daily Astorian, 6/9/8 by Cassandra Profita
LNG Report Rekindles Salmon Dispute The Daily Astorian, 6/5/8 by Cassandra Profita
LNG Backers say Controversial Terminal Will Help Salmon The Oregonian, 6/5/8 by Ted Sickinger
Wu, Kulongoski Seek New LNG Report The Daily Astorian, 5/15/8 by Cassandra Profita
Fisheries Service: LNG Terminal Would Harm Salmon The World, 1/23/8 by Associated Press
Fisheries Agency Opposes Dredging for LNG Terminal The Daily News, 1/22/8 by Tony Lystra
Feds Find Seven Reasons to Say No to LNG The Daily Astorian, 1/21/8 by Cassandra Profita
Oregon Lacks say on Siting The Register-Guard, 1/15/8 by Editorial Board
Columbia River Ports Wary of LNG Plans The Daily News, 1/13/8 by Tony Lystra
Governor Cites Problems with Analysis of Gas Terminal The Oregonian, 12/18/7 by Associated Press
On the Fence The Daily News, 12/2/7 by Tony Lystra
Utility asks to Put Off Review of Proposed Power Plant The Oregonian, 5/13/7 by Staff
Power Project on Back Burner Tri-City Herald, 5/10/7 by Chris Mulick
Kalama Power Plant Put on Hold The Columbian, 5/10/7 by Erik Robinson
California Limits Coal Power NW Current, 1/31/7 by Becky Brun
Energy Plant Costs Soar from Estimate The Daily News, 2/2/7 by Don Jenkins
Idaho Power gets OK for 'Peaker' Plant Earthtimes.org, 12/20/6 by UPI
Coal Fueling Energy Debate Seattle Times, 12/22/6 by Warren Cornwall
Supporters Keep Positive Outlook for New Coal Plant The Columbian, 12/10/6 by Dan Hamilton
Energy Company Shies Away from 'Coal' References The Daily News, 11/4/6 by Don Jenkins
Proposed Kalama Coal Plant to Receive Public Hearing The Columbian, 10/30/6 by Staff
Why Invest in Utah Coal Power Now? Times-News, 10/15/6 by Jennifer Sandmann
Local Ports Leery of LNG Project The Daily News, 7/16/6 by Don Jenkins
Critic Blasts Planned Coal-fed Plant The Daily News, 5/2/6 by Don Jenkins
OTHER ENERGY check 2011
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Idaho Irrigation District Proposes Canal Power Plant Times-News, 2/2/11 by Laura Lundquist
The Good, the Bad, the Green of Alternative Energy Boise Weekly, 7/21/10 by Krause & Prentice
Half of New Power in U.S. Last Year Came from Renewables Daily Tech, 7/16/10 by Tiffany Kaiser
Why Renewable Energy Is at an Impasse Minyanville, 7/7/10 by Justin Rohrlich
Energy Spotlight: Douglas Electric Connects The News-Review, 5/28/10 by Jim Long
Renewables Industry Touts Its Potential The New York Times, 2/10/10 by John Collins Rudolf
Oregon Creates Hot Jobs in Green Energy The Oregonian, 8/15/8 by Eric Mortenson
Growing Energy Field Creates a Windfall of Opportunity The Seattle Times, 7/27/8 by Isolde Raftery
Patience Key To Success With Renewable Energy In The West New West, 7/21/8 by Joseph Friedrichs
Google to Help Green Technologies Amass Scale Environmental News Net, 2/7/8 by Nichola Groom
A New Generation Wall Street Journal, 11/12/7 by Cassandra Sweet
Consider the Source Wall Street Journal, 11/12/7 by Diana Ransom
County to Explore Renewable Energy Project The Bellingham Herald, 10/16/7 by Sam Taylor
Scientists Look High in the Sky for Power San Francisco Chronicle, 5/7/7 by Keay Davidson
The New Math of Alternative Energy Wall Street Journal, 2/12/7 by Rebecca Smith
Columbia River Reservoir Sites ID'd for Study Capital Press, 10/6/6 by Peggy Steward
California Kindles Green Energy Wall Street Journal, 12/26/6 by Rebecca Smith
U.S. Think Tank Extols Benefits of Renewables ReFocus, 12/6 by Staff
DOE Extends Renewable Energy Incentive 20 Years Platts, 8/14/6 by Staff
SMART GRID check 2011
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Wind Farms Will "Talk" to Appliances BPA Journal, 9/10 by Staff
Public Utility, BPA Pilots Water Heater Wind Power Smart Grid Project Renew Grid, 9/2/10 by Staff
listen Wind Energy to be Stored in Home Water Heaters in Experiment KPLU, 8/13/10 by Tom Banse
Pacific Northwest to Host Smart Grid Demo Sustainable Industries, 12/3/9 by Sara Stroud
NW Energy Grid Projects Receive $114 Million in Stimulus Grants Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/30/9 by Staff
IBM's Smart Grid Test Run Cuts Power Use by 15 Percent The Oregonian, 9/22/9 by Staff
Plugged-In Age Feeds a Hunger for Electricity New York Times, 9/20/9 by Mouawad & Galbraith
US NW Perfect for Smart Grid Rollout Smartmeters.com, 8/29/9 by Staff
Companies Seek Smart Grid Project Portland Business Journal, 8/27/9 by Staff
Will Smart Grid Makes Hydro Dams Obsolete? Idaho Statesman, 3/18/9 by Rocky Barker
Upgrade to Power Grid Wise Investment The Olympian, 12/24/8 by Staff
BPA says Power Grid 'Performing Well' During Storm Portland Business Journal, 12/18/8 by Staff
Upcoming Energy Agenda Likely to Benefit Northwest WA Energy Serivces, 12/17/8 by Staff
Lawmakers Seek Bigger, Greener Power Grid Kansas City Star, 12/14/8 by Les Blumenthal
PGE Plans Retool of Port Westward Power Plant South County Spotlight, 12/10/8 by Kelly Moyer
GE says Smart Panel to Cut Power Bills Environmental News Net, 10/29/7 by Timothy Gardner
Making the Dumb Grid Smarter GreenBiz.com, 10/7 by Marc Gunther
Study Shows Path to Reliable Power Supply San Diego Union-Tribune, 10/20/6 by Editors
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Gaelectric Wins Major Deal in US Northwest Irish Times, 3/29/10 by Colm Keena
Gaelectric Officials Talk Transmission Great Falls Tribune, 12/4/10 by Peter Johnson
BPA Putting Recovery Act Funds to Work KBKW, 6/16/10 by David Haviland
Hydro Plant Upgrades to Benefit from Recovery Act Funds, says BPA Intl. Water Power, 6/16/10 by Staff
BPA to Spend $2 Billion on Upgrades to Power Lines, Dams The News Tribune, 6/16/10 by Kevin McCullen
BPA to Spend $2B to Update Transmission Lines Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/15/10 by Shannon Dininny
Transmission Lines to Skirt Local Valleys Argus Observer, 3/10/10 by Larry Meyer
BPA Hopes to Build New Transmission Line The News Tribune, 1/19/10 by Drew Foster
New BPA Transmission Line in SE Washington Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1/19/10 by Associated Press
BPA Plans Transmission Line in Southwest Washington Examiner, 11/2/9 by Jim DiPeso
Proposed Mont.-Idaho Power Line Under Review Capital Press, 10/4/9 by Dave Wilkins
Secretary Chu Announces Progress on Recovery Act Project Transmission & Distribution, 8/11/9 by Department of Energy
Oregon Firm to Build Part of New Line BPA Journal, 7/9 by Staff
Bringing more Wind Power into the Grid BPA Journal, 7/9 by Staff
New Plan Speeds Wind Integration Work BPA Journal, 7/9 by Staff
Transmission Projects Under Review BPA Journal, 6/9 by Staff
New Transmission Product Unveiled BPA Journal, 5/9 by Staff
Congestion Management Tools Launched BPA Journal, 8/8 by Staff
BPA to Purchase $9.5 Million of Aluminum Transmission Cable Transmission & Distribution, 5/13/9 by BPA
BPA to Build $246M Transmission Line Portland Business Journal, 2/19/9 by Staff
BPA: Ready for a New Act? Crosscut, 2/20/9 by Daniel Jack Chasan
Bonneville Inherits the Wind (and the Stimulus) New York Times, 2/23/9 by Kate Galbraith
New Transmission Project will Create 700 Jobs The Oregonian, 2/20/9 by Jonathan Brinckman
BPA Gets a New Jolt, Thanks to the Stimulus Bill Crosscut, 2/19/9 Daniel Jack Chasan
Transmission Line Among First Regional Stimulus Projects Oregon Public Broadcasting, 2/19/9 by Tom Banse
McNary-John Day Transmission Line Project BPA Journal, 2/9 by Staff
BPA Proposes Major Transmission Investment BPA Journal, 2/9 by Staff
Stimulus Bill Would Boost NW Grid, Wind Energy Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/1/9 by Matthew Daly
BPA Could Borrow More Federal Funds if Stimulus Passes Tri-City Herald, 1/28/9 by Annette Cary
Transmission Line Could Pass Through Union County The Observer, 10/25/8 by Ethan Schowalter-Hay
New Electricity Transmission in NW to Save 85 B Annually Huliq News, 7/21/8 by Staff
Electric Flow Faces Barriers Capital Press, 10/5/7 by Associated Press
West Must Remove Barriers to Electric Transmission Capital Press, 9/28/7 by Steven K. Paulson
Congestion Management Pilot Launched BPA Journal, 7/7 by Staff
Regional Energy: Ain't Pretty, But ... Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/9/6 Editorial Board
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US Cut Its CO2 Emissions by 7 Percent Last Year Environmental News Net, 5/6/10 by David A Gabel
The Companies Mixing Up Greener Cement GreenBiz, 11/12/9 by Jonathan Bardelline
White Roofs Would Offset Warming, Researchers Say Los Angeles Times, 9/14/8 by Margot Roosevelt
Study: White Rooftops Could Curb Climate Change Christian Science Monitor, 9/10/8 by Eoin O'Carroll
Cattle Blamed for State Carbon Footprint Capital Press, 7/10/8 by Pat McCoy
Science at the Bend of Climate Change Seattle Times, 5/27/8 by Kate Riley
PG&E Launches Program to Help Offset Emissions GreenBiz.com, 6/29/7 by Staff
Do Trees Make It OK to Drive an SUV? Environmental News Net, 5/28/7 by Michael Hill
Battling Climate Change Tri-City Herald, 5/20/7 by Andrew Sirrochi
Global Warming Could Deal Big Blow to Salmon Seattle Times, 4/6/7 by Hal Bernton
Minister: Hydro Crucial in Climate Change Battle Intl. Water Power & Dam, 12/9/5 by Staff
WA Gov. Signs Climate Change Bill Setting Goals Columbia Basin Energy Report, 5/4/7 by Staff
Expedia Offers Travelers Climate Neutral Option GreenBiz.com, 8/29/6 by Staff
BP Launches Climate Neutral Driving for Drivers GreenBiz.com, 8/24/6 by Staff
Panel's Finding may Resolve Climate Dispute Wall Street Journal, 5/3/6 by John Fialka
Seattle Utility Chases Climate Neutrality GreenBiz.com, 10/?/5 by NW Current
Climate Changes Could Hurt Idaho's Farms, Fish Idaho Statesman, 6/4/4 by Rocky Barker
Warming Temps Spell Big Changes for Ocean Fish Capital Press, 5/21/4 by Associated Press
Global Warming Giving NW that California Feel The Oregonian, 5/16/4 by Bill Monroe
Wetter World Counters Greenhouse Gases Environmental News Net, 5/13/4 by Reuters
Climatologist Briefs on Global Warming Impacts Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/9/4 by CBB Staff
Less Snow Likely in NW'S Future NW Fishletter, 3/15/4 by Bill Rudolph
Carbon Trading Comes Online Environmental News Net, 3/18/4 by Curtis Runyan
Climate Change Model has Dire Prediction for NW Columbia Basin Bulletin, 2/27/4 by CBB Staff
State PUCs Pledge Carbon Fight Capital Press, 12/8/6 by Tam Moore
Greenhouse Innovation: Bury the Carbons in Rock Seattle Times, 12/1/6 by Editors
Can We Lock Greenhouse Gases Away in Rocks? Seattle Times, 11/24/6 by Sandi Doughton
Clean vs. Dirty is only Part of Energy Debate Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 10/30/6 by Lisa Stiffler
A Law to Cut Emissions? Deal With It New York Times, 10/21/6 by Jane L. Levere
Seattle's Green Mayor Brings Kyoto to the Backyard Environmental News Net, 8/4/6 Milliken & Wakabayashi
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PUD Eyes White River Falls Power The Dalles Chronicle, 8/25/10 by Kathy Ursprung
State Surveys Green Jobs Capital Press, 7/8/10 by Dave Wilkins
Dworshak Full Lewiston Tribune, 6/14/10 by Eric Barker
Dworshak Dam Discharges are Up to Deal with Rising Reservoir Level watch       KLEW TV, 6/9/10 by Zach Whitney
Increased Dworshak Spill Scheduled Through Friday Night KLEW TV, 5/18/10 by Staff
Fish Flush Set at Dworshak Lewiston Tribune, 5/18/10 by Eric Barker
Dry Winter to Blame for BC Hydro Decision to Boost Energy Imports Vancouver Sun, 5/15/10 by Scott Simpson
State's Green Jobs Climb to Near 100,000 The News Tribune, 3/19/10 by C.R. Roberts
Idaho House Panel Backs Amendment to Help Cities Business Week, 2/22/10 by Staff
Shortage of Skilled Workers Worries Energy Industry Tri-City Herald, 2/10/10 by Kevin McCullen
Clean Energy Backers Tout Jobs at Tri-City Conference Tri-City Herald, 2/8/10 by Kevin McCullen
Clean Energy Focus of Conference in Kennewick The News Tribune, 2/7/10 by Kevin McCullen
Tri-City Companies on Hand for Energy Independence Event Tri-City Herald, 2/5/10 by Michelle Dupler
PUD Challenges Tax on Energy Rebate Fund The Daily News, 2/20/10 by Don Jenkins
GOP Leaders Back Measure to Help City Utilities Idaho Statesman, 2/17/10 by Associated Press
Greenpeace Pokes Facebook Over Data Center Mother Nature Network, 3/15/10 by James Crugnale
Facebook to Build Data Center in Oregon in 2010 KVAL, 1/21/10 by Staff
Google Can Now Buy and Sell Bulk Energy Tech Blorge, 2/21/10 by Michael W. Jones
Google Applies to Become Power Trader MarketWatch, 1/7/10 by John Letzing
'Google Energy' Subsidiary Considers Clean Power CNet News, 1/6/10 by Martin LaMonica
Area Feels Awash in Broken Promises Lewiston Tribune, 12/26/9 by David Johnson
BPA's Reservoir of Cash Pays Off The Columbian, 10/19/9 by Staff
watch Are We Ready for a Flood? KLEW TV, 10/9/9 by Matt Loveless
Council to Hold Public Hearing on Region's Electricity Needs The Oregonian, 10/13/9 by Ted Sickinger
Hearings Set in MT, ID Over Power Plan Fox 12 Idaho, 10/13/9 by Associated Press
Power Players: the Spark Plug Penn Energy, 8/24/9 by Ben Jacklet
Record Month for Renewable Energy in the U.S. Global Warming is Real, 8/16/9 by Thomas Schueneman
Portland Area Consumes Electricity at Record Rate The Oregonian, 7/28/9 by Ted Sickinger
Revival or Dam-nation? High Country News, 7/27/9 by Joshua Zaffos
No Repeat of the New Deal Jump-start The Boston Globe, 7/20/9 by Staff
U.S. Power Plant Emissions Fall as Regulation Looms Reuters, 7/6/9 by Bruce Nichols
Proposed Avista Deemer Settlement BPA Journal, 6/9 by Staff
Second Quarter Financial Reports Released BPA Journal, 6/9 by Staff
Dworshak Turbine Temporary Repair Allows Cool Water for Fish Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/19/9 by Staff
Hoping Dworshak Turbine Fixed in Time for Late Summer Fish Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/5/9 by Staff
Touring the Nation's Most Contaminated Land Miller-McCune, 6/26/9 by David Rosenfeld
T. Boone Pickens' Roadmap for Green Entrepreneurs GreenBiz, 6/1/9 by Anna Clark
Contracting Economy Sparks BPA Expansion The Oregonian, 5/24/9 by Charles Pope
Little Else Matters Without Clean, Global Energy Plan Tri-City Herald, 4/29/9 by Editorial Board
Alternative Energy Opportunities Abound Idaho Farm Bureau Quarterly, 5/9 by R. Hart Evans
Google's Power-Hungry Data Centres Guardian UK, 5/3/9 by Bobbie Johnson
BPA Seeks Stimulus Partners Portland Business Journal, 4/23/9 by Staff
U.S. Seeks to Spur Renewable Energy on Public Lands Environmental News Net, 3/12/9 by Ayesha Rascoe
New Renewables to Power 40% of Global Electricity by 2050 Environmental News Net, 3/11/9 Univ. of Copenhagen
Pacific NW Has Renewable Energy - Now Daily Kos, 5/20/9 by Badger
Offshore Wind Power Potential Exceeds U.S. Electricity Demand Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/3/9 by Staff
Energy Needs, Cutting Greenhouse Gases, Saving Salmon Idaho Statesman, 3/19/9 by Rocky Barker
Power in Numbers: Green Energy Could Fuel the Northwest Idaho Statesman, 3/18/9 by Kim Murphy
Dell, PG&E Bet Big on Green Power GreenBiz, 2/25/9 by ClimateBiz Staff
River Transit to Close for Maintenance in March The Columbian, 2/21/9 by Staff
BPA Seeks Info on New Renewables BPA Journal, 2/9 by Staff
Grading the Stimulus Energy Investments Huffington Post, 2/19/9 by Dr. Gregory Bothun
Is Idaho Power Ready to Adopt Renewable Energy? Idaho Statesman, 2/15/9 by Rocky Barker
State to Get $6.7 Billion from Stimulus Deal Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/14/9 by Larry Lange
Stimulus: Hiring Jolt Doubtful The Seattle Times, 2/14/9 by Warren Cornwall
WA Could Receive $3 Billion to Invest in Infrastructure San Juan Islander, 2/11/9 by Staff
Intertie Owners to Implement Improvements BPA Journal, 10/8 by Staff
Obama Calls for Doubling Renewable Energy in Three Years Green Tech Media, 1/8/9 by Jeff St. John
Prepare to Compete The Columbia, 2/6/9 by Editorial Board
Survey: Green Investing is Poised for a 'Golden Age' GreenBiz, 1/30/9 by Staff
PUD Wishlist: $1 Billion for Green Energy Efforts The Daily Herald, 1/12/9 by David Chircop
Top 7 Alternative Energies Listed Environmental News Net, 1/17/9 by New Scientist
Report: Growth in Energy Use Could Drop 22 Percent by 2030 Green Biz, 1/15/9 Greener Buildings Staff
Recession isn't Hurting Some Alt Energy Movements The Kiplinger Letter, 1/15/9 by Jim Ostroff
Ending a Dammed Nuisance The Economist, 2/19/9 by Staff
Columbia Treaty may Affect Hydropower Future KTVZ, 12/21/8 by Associated Press

BPA, Utilities Sign Historic Contracts BPA Journal, 12/8 by Staff
Taboo Talk in Green Business: Buy Less Stuff GreenBiz.com, 12/22/8 by Joel Makower
PGE Confronts Dirty Dilemma at Boardman GreenBiz.com, 12/26/8 by Ted Sickinger
State Regulators OK Sale of PSE to Investors Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 12/30/8 by Associated Press
City of Seattle, BPA Sign 17-year Energy Deal PS Business Journal, 12/8/8 by Staff
Feds Sketch Out Energy Corridors Capital Press, 12/4/8 by Dave Wilkins
Idaho Power Joins Rainmakers Capital Press, 10/23/8 by Associated Press
Utilities Group Sues BPA Capital Press, 10/2/8 by Pat McCoy
Mid-Columbia Businesses Smooth Transition to Hybrid Tri-City Herald, 11/21/8 by Staff
Council Hears About Electric Car Impacts On Power System Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/21/8 by Staff
Clean Energy Confronts Messy Reality Wall Street Journal, 11/20/8 by Rebecca Smith
A Bumper Crop of Help for Poor Children Children International, 12/8 by Staff
Broetje Orchards Puts People Before Profits The Christian Century, 11/18/8 by Stan Friedman
Special Report: Tri-Cities Jobs Forecast KEPR CBS 19, 11/11/8 by Molly Kelleher
Apple Farmers Rush to Get Fruit Off the Trees Oregon Public Broadcasting, 10/15/8 by Anna King
New Water Releases to Hydrate Odessa Aquifer Farmland Ritzville Journal, 10/9/8 by Staff
Clean-Energy Industry Can Power NW Economy Market Watch, 10/6/8 by Business Wire
Video Tax Breaks for Companies that Use Clean Energy KNDO/KNDU, 10/28/8 by Samantha Bates
State Approves Lake Roosevelt Drawdown Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 9/25/8 by Shannon Dininny
Enviro Groups File Lawsuit Against Boardman Coal Plant Oregon Public Broadcasting, 10/1/8 by Anna King
PGE Aims to Turn Boardman Coal-plant Pollution into Biofuel The Oregonian, 9/26/8 by Gail Kinsey Hill
UN Report: Renewable Energy Can Create 20M Jobs by 2030 GreenBiz.com, 9/30/8 by Staff
Cowlitz PUD Outlines Plan for Meeting Future Power Demands The Daily News, 8/23/8 by Erik Olson
PUD Looks for Energy Underfoot The Daily Herald, 8/4/8 by Bill Sheets
Consultant Hired to Study Hub Project Journal of Business, 8/14/8 by Emily Proffitt
"K" Line Calls Again at Port of Portland The Oregonian, 7/31/8 by Associated Press
48 State Governors Urge Congress to Renew PTC/ITC Clean Edge, 7/25/8 by New Energy Finance
Gregoire Announces Mid-Columbia Water Project Funds Tri-City Herald, 7/19/8 by Mary Hopkin
What Would it Cost PUD to get into Power Business? Peninsula Daily News, 7/16/8 by Jeff Chew
Clallam PUD, Other Districts to Discuss Power Options Peninsula Daily News, 7/14/8 by Leah Leach
US DoE Looks to US$10B Loan Guarantees for Renewables Intl. Water Power, 7/10/8 by Staff
New Franklin County Trail Opens for Hikers, Bikers, Riders Tri-City Herald, 6/25/8 by John Trumbo
Fitch Rates Energy Northwest's $273.3MM 2008 Bonds 'AA-' Business Wire, 5/9/8 by Staff
Fitch Rates Energy Northwest's $667.2MM 2008 Bonds 'AA-' Business Wire, 3/7/8 by Staff
Agencies Affirm Strong Ratings for BPA-backed Bonds Portland Business Journal, 2/1/8 by Staff
Winter Snowfall Reigns in Summer Seattle Times, 2/14/8 by Editorial Board
Regional Cloud-seeding Effort Starts Montana News Station, 12/1/7 by Associated Press
BPA Releases Regional Dialogue Policy BPA Journal, 8/7 by Staff
BPA Earns Sustainability Award BPA Journal, 8/7 by Staff
Heat is On to Solve Utilities' Money Battle Spokesman-Review, 8/5/7 by Bert Caldwell
Bonneville Outlines Power Process The Dalles Chronicle, 8/2/7 by Kathy Gray
Running a Modern Dairy Chews Up Electricity PS Business Journal, 6/19/7 by Deirdre Gregg
Private Utilities to Raise Electric Rates Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/7/7 by Rachel La Corte
Ninth Circuit Rules on Settlement BPA Journal, 6/7 by Staff
Black Rock Backers Talking to TRIDEC Tri-City Herald, 8/6/7 by Andrew Sirocchi
Bond Sale Boosts BPA Debt Optimization BPA Journal, 4/7 by Staff
NYK Line Move to Tacoma a Blow to Seattle Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 7/26/7 by Neil Modie
Idaho Unlikely to Face Electricity Shortages Idaho Statesman, 7/14/7 by Staff
Plug-in Hybrids Hold Great Environmental Promise GreenBiz.com, 7/20/7 by Staff
Plug-In Hybrids Could Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions Environmental News Net, 7/20/7 by Ken Thomas
Fitch Upgrades Benton County PUD Bonds to 'A' Business Wire, 7/6/7 by Staff
US Northwest River Forecast Down to 89% The Seattle Times, 6/28/7 by Reuters
Power Plant Would Bury Greenhouse Gas Seattle Times, 7/5/7 by Warren Cornwall
An Ugly Battle Over Clean Power Seattle Times, 6/26/7 by Warren Cornwall
Metal Parts Taken from Salmon Pens The Columbian, 6/8/7 by Erik Robinson
BPA Thieves a Danger to Ratepayers and Themselves The Oregonian, 6/7/7 by Associated Press
Reward Offered In Shooting That Knocked Out Power KPTV, 4/1/7 by Staff
Scientists Make Dam Suggestions The Missoulian, 5/26/7 by Michael Jamison
GE Debuts Hybrid Road Locomotive Clean Edge News, 5/31/7 by Staff
GE CEO Sees Green Unit Growing Faster Environmental News Net, 5/25/7 by Mary Milliken
GE says Clean Energy Bets Pay Off MarketWatch, 5/25/7 by Laura Mandaro
Renewable Energy has Potential If Right Policies in Place Columbia Basin Energy Report, 5/2/7 by Staff
EPA: Bellingham is WA's First Green Power Community Columbia Basin Energy Report, 4/19/7 by Staff
Ranking: Portland #3 in Providing Renewable Energy Columbia Basin Energy Report, 4/19/7 by Staff
PepsiCo is Largest Corporate Buyer of Renewable Energy GreenBiz.com, 5/1/7 by Staff
Green Computing at Google Greener Computing News, 4/30/7 by Matthew Wheeland
PUC Approves Power Provider's 20-Year Growth Plan Idaho Mountain Express, 4/1/7 by Greg Stahl
Renewable Research Projects Considered BPA Journal, 3/7 by Staff
BPA opens Pocketbook for Renewables BPA Journal, 1/7 by Staff
Still Not Fixing the Army Corps New York Times, 3/19/7 by Editors
Senators Turn Back BPA Increase -- Again Seattle Times, 3/19/7 by Alicia Mundy
Casey Wants Payments to Have a Purpose