Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks intercepted its 27th vessel with invasive mussels on Aug. 30, when roadside inspectors at its Nashua inspection station found a zebra mussel attached to the hull of a kayak. The vacationers were on their way to Glacier National Park, a news release from the… Read More

Upcoming Events

Come to GridFWD 2020, a virtual event on grid modernization with dozens of sessions scheduled from Oct 6 to Oct 15. Participate in Interactive group sessions led by energy industry leaders across three themes: Resilient Systems, Adaptable Models, Empowered People. Sit in on live podcast reco… Read more

Join NWHA and NHA for a virtual workshop that focuses on a cross-section of topics relevant to the the hydropower industry in the Northwest. Topics this fall include national and regional hot topics, legislative updates, tools to communicate around hydropower and energy imbalance markets upd… Read more

For your convenience, NewsData has compiled a list of the acronyms we utilize throughout the Clearing Up Publication. Read more

Developers want to build one of Washington's biggest wind farms about 10 miles southwest of Benton County PUD's headquarters. However, the utility hopes the Horse Heaven proposal stays on the drawing board, because it officially opposes further wind development in the Pacific Northwest to se… Read More

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's coronavirus relief bill, which includes provisions to speed up critical-minerals production on federal lands, failed Sept. 10 when it fell eight votes short on a motion to cut off debate. Meanwhile, three key senators reached agreement on an amendment… Read More