Monday, October 6, 2014

Hot Shots Edition - Energy News Digest for October 6, 2014

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Hot Shots – Today’s Top Stories

Anti-Capitalist Graffiti Found at Vandalized Bonneville Power Administration Power Line Site (Everett Herald, WA)

Waste Wood Could Power Central Washington University Campus, Study Shows (Yakima Herald-Republic, WA)

More Fishing Slated; Snake River Fall Chinook Return Set to Break Record, Big “B” Steelhead Numbers (Columbia Basin Bulletin)

Watershed Moment - The U-S & Canada Prepare To Renegotiate the 50-Year-Old Columbia River Treaty (High Country News)

A New Dawn: Restoring the Clark Fork Delta (Spokesman Review, Spokane, WA)

Massachusetts: As Electricity Costs Rise, Market for Heat Pumps Takes Off (Boston Globe, MA)

Hydropower Financing Gets a Boost from the U-S Department of Energy (Renewable Energy World)

California: Ban on large green energy projects returns to board (Fairfield Daily Republic, CA)

Belfair Man Dies after SUV Drives Off Ferry Dock (Mason Web TV, Shelton, WA)

Dave Andrew Retires from Cowlitz PUD, But Won’t Miss a Pitch, Spike or Touchdown (Longview Daily News, WA)

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