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Hearings set on solar net metering

Rooftop solar is an important part of Idaho’s future. But, changes to “net metering” policies could make it less affordable. The Idaho Public Utilities Commission has now set…

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Alliance Stands Firm for Idaho Solar

Today, the Snake River Alliance and the Northwest Energy Coalition filed testimony against Idaho Power’s proposal to change our solar net metering program. The Alliance’s technical witness in…

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Interest in Solar Heats Up in Idaho

Boise, — One hundred and nine families in southern Idaho have installed rooftop solar panels in the last 18 months through the Solarize the Valley program. This is…

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Don’t Waste Idaho!

We can help protect Idaho if we all speak out. Talk with your friends and family about the nuclear threats facing Idaho. Tell them public pressure can stop…

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Net Metering News-Update

Update – Oct 25, 2017 The Snake River Alliance is starting NEM NEWS — a periodic online newsletter for people concerned about the future of Net Energy Metering…

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A Victory Protecting Solar

The Idaho Public Utilities Commission Staff, Idaho Power and all intervening parties (including the Snake River Alliance) have agreed to a hearing schedule on Idaho Power’s requested changes…

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Net Metering Quick Facts

“Net Metering” helps keep rooftop solar affordable. Idaho has strong rules allowing customers to go solar without installing batteries or more expensive “off grid” systems. Net metering customers…

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Alliance Intervenes to Protect Rooftop Solar

The Snake River Alliance took action today to protect the future of rooftop solar in Idaho. The Alliance intervened in an Idaho Power request to change the net…

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Andrus’ legacy makes us stronger

The Snake River Alliance members, board, and staff are deeply saddened by the passing of former Idaho Governor Cecil D. Andrus. He was a friend, a leader, an…

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DOE MUST KEEP ITS WORD

On August 11, 2017, the Los Angeles Times revealed that, without significant reform, the Department of Energy (DOE) will miss its 2035 deadline for getting all its spent…

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