Seattle City Light — Where Does Your Electricity Come From? (closed caption)

The mountains outside of Seattle accumulate a lot of snow. This snowpack, all this frozen water, has been used by the city of Seattle for over a century as a source of stored energy. As the snow melts, gravity takes over and the water makes its way to the streams and rivers that feed the […]

No solution yet in failed nuclear plant aftermath

CARNIVAL SAYS THEY’RE PROVIDING SUPPORT FOR THE MAN’S FAMILY AND COOPERATING WITH THE COAST GUARD. LAWMAKERS ARE WORKING ON A SOLUTION AFTER A FAILED NUCLEAR PROJECT NEAR THE MIDLANDS COST UTILITY CUSTOMERS BILLIONS OF DOLLARS. LAWMAKERS STILL DON’T HAVE A PLAN TO FIX THE PROBLEMS. OUR GEORGIAREE GODFREY SPOKE WITH LAWMAKERS AFTER A MEETING ON […]

Regulators reject utility hike on solar power users

KELLIE: A CRITICAL DECISION TODAY ON GREEN ENERGY TECHNOLOGY. IT’S A RULING THAT SOME SAY SAVED THE SOLAR INDUSTRY FROM BEING OBLITERATED IN CALIFORNI SOLAR POWER CUSTOMERS GOT A BOOST TODAY FROM THE STATE. UTILITIES WERE HOPING TO CASH IN ON PEOPLE TURNING TO SOLAR POWER BY CHARGING MORE FROM CUSTOMERS WITH SOLAR PANELS. GULSTAN: […]

Bill to encourage NorthWestern Energy to buy more Colstrip power gets new life

Western Energy is asking state regulators to approve an electric rate increase of thirty five million dollars for its three hundred sixty thousand customers in Montana yesterday we looked at how the cost of the Colstrip power plant has become a contentious part of the rate case today in the second of a two-part series […]

Consumers blast NW Energy’s proposed rate change for rooftop solar systems

state regulators are close to wrapping up a two-week hearing on Northwestern Energy’s electric rate case before the Public Service Commission on Wednesday and Thursday however the focus wasn’t on general rates but rather on how northwestern wants to treat rooftop solar customers intense Mike Dennison has the details on the solar power aspect and […]