On Nov. 5th, the Coalition hosted a webinar presented by NW Energy Coalition’s Policy director Wendy Gerlitz. The webinar focused on the Draft 7th Power Plan to prepare advocates around the region for the upcoming public hearings. The link to the recording is below. Please share with your networks.
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The Northwest Power and Conservation Council, the region’s official power planning agency, has just released the draft of its seventh regional power plan. The public now has 60 days to provide written reactions and opportunities to attend and testify at public hearings in all four Northwest states.
Washington state’s Building Code Council is considering a package of energy code improvements crucial to achieving the state goal of a 70% reduction in annual energy use by 2031. Despite their negligible costs and broad climate, comfort and energy-saving benefits, the proposals will likely draw opposition from some in the building industry and elsewhere. That’s why clean and affordable energy advocates must proclaim their support for these reasonable and cost-effective measures.
The NW Energy Coalition expressed strong support for the 2015 Washington State Energy Code Proposals in the comments submitted to the Washington State Building Code Council. “Because increased energy efficiency remains the cleanest and cheapest way to meet our state’s building energy needs, the NW Energy Coalition urges you and your colleagues to adopt the […]
On Aug. 14, the NW Energy Coalition sponsored a workshop for energy professionals and advocates across the Northwest. The Coalition invited friends and allies to this valuable training on the history and current trends in utility rate design, and how advocates can advance affordable bills and clean power.