Friday, September 14, 2012

Energy News Digest for September 14, 2012 – Hot Shots Edition

The energy news digest is in transit today, on the way to a communing of communicators in Coeur d’Alene next week.

Tinderbox Conditions Have Region on High Alert (KING-TV, Seattle)

Bonneville Power Administration Says Fish Restoration Program Cuts Are a Temporary Blip (Oregonian, Portland)

U-S Commerce Secretary Declares Alaska Salmon Disaster (Associated Press)

Mason PUD No. 3 exceeds Energy Efficiency Goals in Washington State Renewable Energy Law (South Sound Business Examiner)

Bonneville Dam, BPA Celebrate 75 Years - Historical exhibits, vintage cars, music will be included in event Saturday (Vancouver Columbian, WA)

U-S Department of Energy Pressed for Answers on Power marketing Administrations (Electric Co-op Today)

Wire Thefts Are Risky, Costly & Persistent - Thieves Undeterred Despite Lower Value of Pilfered Metal (Spokesman Review, Spokane, WA)

Idaho's First Big Solar Plant to be Built Soon (Associated Press)