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Governor Adds ‘Minerals’ to Idaho Energy Office Duties

Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter recently issued Executive Order 2016-03, which, some might say ominously, renames the former “Office of Energy Resources” as the new “Office of Energy and…

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Key Idaho Routes Included in White House’s Proposed Highway Charging Network

The Snake River Alliance has made expanding Idaho’s electric vehicle charging infrastructure one of our signature clean energy priorities. As we continue toward the inevitable retirement of the…

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Get a Book & Plug In: Boise’s Ustick Library Gets an Electric Vehicle Charger

The Boise Public Library’s “Library! At Coal & Ustick” branch, which was one of the city’s “greenest” buildings when it opened in 2009, now offers free electric vehicle…

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Idaho Energy Update Closes Another Chapter

After more than 400 editions of Idaho Energy Update that have filled your email boxes over the year, this one, which as you’ve seen is jam-packed with good…

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Do You Think Global and Act Local?

When you make a gift to the Alliance your financial participation helps stop the climate crisis and nuclear proliferation. That’s a heavy lift. But members of the Alliance are…

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Nuclear Cleanup Citizens Advisory Board sets Sun Valley meeting

The INL cleanup citizens advisory board will meet Thursday, October 27, in the Sun Valley Inn from 8 am to 4 pm. The board has a very full…

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INL – Come see it for yourself

On Thursday, November 3, the Snake River Alliance will be sponsoring a tour of the cleanup work at the Idaho National Laboratory. Come see – Ongoing exhumation of plutonium…

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November Boise-area Community Dinner

Mark your calendar! Alliance members and friends are invited to attend our Fall Harvest Buffet on Friday, November 11, from 6 to 8:30 pm at the Congregational Church,…

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We said it…Did DOE hear?

Idahoans packed a Department of Energy meeting in Boise and our comments showed we know a lot and care a lot about nuclear waste accumulation. Well done. We’ll…

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Solar-powered Idaho

The dedication of Idaho’s first utility-sized solar power farm south of Boise near Kuna on Sept. 16 marked an energy milestone for Idaho: At 40 megawatts, the solar…

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