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Idaho Power Doesn’t Rule Out Early Coal Plant Retirement at Annual Meeting

Those who follow the Idaho Power (IDACORP) Annual Meeting of Shareholders every May know these affairs can become testy once the meeting is opened to questions from the…

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Final Meeting of Idaho Power’s IRP Advisory Council is Thursday

Idaho Power’s Integrated Resource Plan Advisory Council (IRPAC), which advises the state’s largest utility every other year on how it can meet its future energy needs, will hold…

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Crunch Time for Idaho Power’s Integrated Resource Plan

It’s one of the greatest shows in power planning: Idaho Power’s every-other-year Integrated Resource Plan. It’s not just for energy wonks, and it’s about to get really interesting….

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Idaho Needs a Plan to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Ken Miller’s guest opinion calling for action on climate change in Idaho was published in the Idaho Statesman on February 25.  He states, “In its draft Clean Power…

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Storm Clouds Over Solar? We’re Working to Help Make Sure Idaho’s Young Solar Industry Will Survive

By Ken Miller We’re asked a lot these days if we think the state’s largest electric utility has it out for solar power. That’s an unsettled question. We…

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Getting Involved: Comment by Dec. 1 on EPA’s Coal Plant Emissions Reduction Rule

The Environmental Protection Agency’s comment deadline on its proposed landmark rule to limit greenhouse gas emissions from existing coal-fired plants is this Monday, and below are tips on…

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Will 2013 be the year coal died?: Guest opinion

By Angus Duncan | OregonLive What was the biggest energy story of 2013 in the United States? Most observers would point to the vast, unlooked-for quantities of natural…

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