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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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Submitted to the Idaho Public Utilities Commission on 11-21-14: Snake River Alliance Comments Avista Corporation’s Request to Use Available Funds From Schedule 95 to Promote Rooftop Solar Installations on Commercial Buildings (AVU-E-14-10).

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Submitted to the Northwest Power and Conservation Council on 10-31-14: Comments of the Snake River Alliance in response to both issue papers: High Level Indicators for the Power Plan & Methodology for Determining Quantifiable Environmental Costs and Benefits.

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Submitted to the Idaho Public Utilities Commission on 10-30-14: Snake River Alliance Comments on Idaho Power Company’s Application for Approval or Rejection of an Energy Sales Agreement with Grand View PV Solar Two, LLC (IPC-E-14-19), and with Boise City Solar, LLC (IPC-E-14-20).

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Submitted to the Bureau of Land Management on 10-17-14: Comments of the Snake River Alliance on the Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for Gateway West Transmission Line Project Segments 8 and 9 in Southwest Idaho.

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