Monday, October 22, 2012

Energy News Digest for October 22, 2012 – Hot Shots Edition

As the energy news digest enjoys communing with public power colleagues this week, the “hot shots” format makes its return. Let its wholesome goodness wash over you.

Energy Northwest Mulls Using Richland Land for Solar Power (Tri-City Herald, WA)

Washington State Staff, Avista Reach Natural Gas, Electricity Rate Hike Settlement (Spokesman Review, Spokane, WA)

Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Doubling Size of Its Factory in Lewiston (Spokesman Review, Spokane, WA)

Chum Salmon Returning to Johns Creek near Shelton – PUD 3 Looks in on the Activity near Its New Operations Center (Mason County PUD 3)

Rains Bring Sudden Rush of Salmon to Kitsap Peninsula (Kitsap Sun, Bremerton, WA)

Rogue River Anglers Weary of Counting Coho Salmon (Wenatchee World, WA)

Idaho - Cold Front Shows Promise of Wind Power (Idaho Statesman, Boise, ID)

Google Could Disappear in Five Years. Here's Why. (Christian Science Monitor)

Different Kind of Burn - Banana Boat Recalls Sunscreen over Fire Risk