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State and Utilities Start Talking About Idaho’s Energy Future – Without the Public

On Aug. 17, the state’s energy office, several state officials and several of its regulated utilities began discussing, among other things, how Idaho will comply with the sweeping…

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Idaho Power’s 2015 IRP Nears Completion

Idahoans pack meeting to discuss nuclear waste

Thanks to the hard work by our clean energy community and a changing culture at the state’s largest power company, Idaho Power is writing a plan to retire…

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It’s crunch time for solar power in Idaho!

We need all hands on deck to support clean energy at the PUC on June 24 and 30! The Snake River Alliance has been alerting you for months…

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We call on Idaho Power to support community solar!

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Utilities can kick coal – together we’re showing them how (PDF)

 

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Submitted to the Idaho Public Utilities Commission on 4-23-15: Snake River Alliance testimony in IPC-E-15-01, dealing with the three utilities’ request to change the length of certain PURPA contracts.

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Submitted to the Idaho Public Utilities Commission on 12-22-14: Snake River Alliance Comments on Idaho Power Company’s Application For Authority to Fund Its Continued Participation in the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance Through the Energy Efficiency Rider for the Period 2015-2019 (IPC-E-14-38).

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Submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency on 12-1-14: Snake River Alliance Comments on the Clean Power Plan Proposed Rule (EPA-HQ-OAR-2013-0602).

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Submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency on 12-1-14: NW Energy Coalition Comments on the Clean Power Plan Proposed Rule (EPA-HQ-OAR-2013-0602).

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Submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency on 12-1-14: Nuclear Information and Resource Service Comments on the Clean Power Plan Proposed Rule (EPA-HQ-OAR-2013-0602).

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