Reliable and affordable clean energy options that help restore salmon and protect the environment. The study was undertaken to investigate the technical feasibility and cost of replacing the four Lower Snake River Dams with a portfolio of clean and renewable resources that support a reliable and adequate regional power system while minimizing increases to greenhouse gas emissions.
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The Washington Energy Future Conference is the unmatched forum for learning, networking and business development, with content covering: – Policy & Economic Development – The Business of Renewable Energy – The Business of Energy Efficiency – Clean Technology Innovation November 6, 2017 Greater Tacoma Convention and Trade Center 1500 Commerce Street Tacoma, WA 98402 253-830-6601 […]
The Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy is a coalition of Washington organizations and individuals committed to building our state’s economy, improving the health of our residents, and leading on the fight against climate change. The South King County Kickoff event will take place: November 14, 2017 • 6:00 PM Kent Commons 525 4th Ave […]
The Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy is a coalition of Washington organizations and individuals committed to building our state’s economy, improving the health of our residents, and leading on the fight against climate change. The Tacoma Kickoff event will take place: November 16, 2017 • 7:00 PM Shiloh Baptist Church 1211 S I St, […]
Coalition member, Forth, is looking for speakers for its Roadmap 11 Conference, June 19-20, 2018 in Portland, OR. Forth is looking for speakers who are working on cutting-edge projects, asking the tough questions, and are experimenting with making shared, autonomous, connected, and electric mobility work in a variety of unexpected situations. Click here for submission […]
The NW Energy Coalition is thrilled to announce the 2017 winners of the NW Energy Coalition’s three most prestigious awards. We hope you can attend the 2017 Clean Energy Awards Gala on the evening of November 2nd at the Seattle Hilton to help us celebrate their achievements. The Headwaters Award is given to those whose actions […]
Organizations in Washington and Oregon are gearing up for another run at passing carbon pricing legislation in 2018 either in their state legislatures or, if that effort fails, very possibly at the ballot box. Washington’s Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy and Renew Oregon, who are already in recruiting mode, will present their proposals at […]
In June 2017, twenty green building organizations came together to form Shift Zero. The organization’s mission is to fight climate change by rapidly scaling the adoption of Zero Net Carbon buildings. Shift Zero does this by: Forming a collective voice to advocate on behalf of Zero Net Carbon Buildings Influencing policymakers at local, regional, and […]
Settlement a key step in securing the best possible outcome for Colstrip and Montana (The following is an op-ed written by Diego Rivas of the NW Energy Coalition. It was published on October 6, 2017 in the Billings Gazette.) A recent settlement proposal filed with the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission is a major step toward ensuring […]
Spencer Reeder, the executive in charge of climate and energy programs at Vulcan, Inc., will deliver the keynote speech at the NW Energy Coalition Clean & Affordable Energy Conference on November 2nd at the Seattle Hilton. Reeder will explore how innovation in all its forms – technological, organizational, social, and political – is shaping the […]