Thursday, November 1, 2012

Energy News Digest for November 1, 2012 – The Hot Shots Edition

Greetings. The news digest is out standing in its field today. As a result, the “hot shots” edition returns to provide a quick look at some of the top energy stories.

Unabridged returns tomorrow.

Clark Public Utilities to Send Crews to Help Restore Power on East Coast (Vancouver Columbian, WA)

Superstorm Sandy: A State-By-State Look (Associated Press)

Skokomish River Flood Warning Issued by NWS Seattle (National Weather Service, Seattle)

Video: Why Did the Salmon Cross the Road? Hint: with help from the Skokomish River (KOMO-TV, Seattle)

Tacoma Public Works May Cut Nearly Half of Staff (KING-TV, Seattle)

Washington State Auditor Implicates Ex-Clallam PUD Employee (Peninsula Daily News, Port Angeles, WA)

Vestas to Close Three U-S Research Centers (Sustainable Business Oregon)

Canadian Report Calls for Freeze on Fish Farms Off Vancouver Island (Victoria Times Colonist, BC)