Friday, October 3, 2014

Hot Shots Edition - Energy News Digest for October 3, 2014

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Hot Shots – Today’s Five Stories

Snohomish PUD Claims 'Gentlemen's Agreement' over Tidal Project Funding (Everett Herald, WA)

Avista Surcharge Will Raise Idaho Electric Bills (Spokesman Review, Spokane, WA)

California drought prompting extraordinary measures to protect salmon (Sacramento Bee, CA)

California: Utility Commission Members Urge Review of PG&E San Bruno Blast Penalty (San Francisco Business Times, CA)

Marriott Fined $600,000 for Blocking Its Customers’ Wi-Fi (Bloomberg News)

Mason County Deadline for Voting Registration Looms (KMAS Radio, Shelton, WA)

Bigger Harvest Could Lower Washington State Legal Marijuana Prices (KATU-TV, Portland, OR – Check Out This Guy’s Hat!)

Voracious Bullfrogs Invading Montana (Associated Press)

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