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Parties in a legal battle over the operation of federal dams in the Columbia Basin are proposing to put the litigation on hold for nine months, agreeing to a short-term operational plan for 2022 while they try to work out a long-term solution to the problem of diminishing salmon returns.

Avangrid announced Oct. 12 that Alejandro de Hoz, CEO and president of subsidiary Avangrid Renewables, will resign on Nov. 7 and his position eliminated. A new managing structure will instead be implemented with Bill White and Jose Antonio Miranda serving as president and CEO of the company’… Read More

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Parties in a legal battle over the operation of federal dams in the Columbia Basin are proposing to put the litigation on hold for nine months, agreeing to a short-term operational plan for 2022 while they try to work out a long-term solution to the problem of diminishing salmon returns. Read More

The shifting landscape of the West's power industry—decarbonization mandates, the rapid expansion of intermittent resources, electrification and climate change, among other dynamics—has spurred renewed interest in an organized market of some kind. The Northwest has tried several times to for… Read More

Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Oct. 21 said lawmakers are making progress toward agreement on a 10-year budget bill to fund President Joe Biden's climate, health and education proposals. Meanwhile, FERC Chairman Richard Glick reiterated his support for establishing an org… Read More