November 4, 2019
Weekly Clean Energy Transformation Act (CETA) Bulletin
Source: Department of Commerce, November 4, 2019. Comments on energy assistance programs (Section 12) open until Dec. 4 A discussion draft following the low-income and equity workshop, being held Nov. 4 in Tacoma, will be posted by Nov. 8 and held open for comment until Dec. 4. The discussion draft will be used to develop […]

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October 30, 2019
Preliminary Notice for Grant Funding Opportunity for EV Charging Infrastructure along High-Traffic Transportation Corridors in WA
Beginning in December, the Washington Department of Ecology will open a grant opportunity providing about $4 million on a competitive basis to install or upgrade existing publicly available direct current fast chargers (DCFC) along high-traffic transportation corridors. This grant funding opportunity will open December 3, 2019 and close February 4, 2020. Eligible Projects and Potential […]

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October 30, 2019
Opportunity: Solar Installers of WA Industry Growth & Development Director
Solar Installers of Washington (SIW) is hiring – we are looking for a an energetic, organized, creative, hardworking, personable candidate to coordinate the growth of our cutting-edge industry association.  Candidates must be ready to lead administrative duties, fundraise, and also to serve as the solar community’s campaign director in Washington State legislative and rulemaking processes.  […]

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October 29, 2019
Opportunity: Washington State University Senior Design Capstone in Computer Science and Software Engineering Projects
Senior Design Capstone in Computer Science and Software Engineering The WSU capstone program is currently seeking companies to sponsor a design project for computer science, computer engineering and software engineering students. This two semester program will provide your company with a team of 3-5 seniors to design solutions for your company.  With an academic and […]

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October 23, 2019
Wanted: Senior Energy Policy Specialist (Utilities) [10076]
Source: State of Washington Careers The Energy Policy Office within the Energy Division is seeking a Senior Energy Policy Specialist. The Senior Energy Policy Specialist is the lead policy expert on resource planning and implementation by energy utilities, including electricity and natural gas, in Washington. This position serves as a policy expert on verification and compliance […]

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October 22, 2019
Public invited to comment on Avista’s rate request
Source: media@utc.wa.gov, October 22, 2019. – Avista customers will have the opportunity to comment to state regulators on the company’s proposed electric and natural gas rate changes. WHAT Public comment hearing on Avista’s proposed electric and natural gas rate change request. WHO Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission   WHEN and WHERE Monday, Oct. 28 Northeast […]

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October 21, 2019
Department of Energy Advances Artificial Intelligence
Source: DOE, October 2, 2019 The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) hosted its fourth InnovationXLab Summit in Chicago, Illinois. Secretary Perry instituted the collaborative model of the InnovationXLab to connect the private sector with the Department of Energy’s (DOE) National Laboratories. Today’s Summit focused on existing and potential opportunities for partnerships between the Department and […]

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October 18, 2019
Notice for Grant Funding Opportunity: Scrap and Replace Fossil Fuel Powered School Bus with All-electric School Bus
Source: Washington Department of Ecology, October 2019 Beginning Thursday, October 17, the Washington Department of Ecology will provide about $12,000,000 statewide to help school districts buy all-electric school buses. To help pay for the cost difference between electric and diesel buses, Ecology will provide up to $325,000 per electric bus.  Grant recipients may elect to […]

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October 18, 2019
Considering A Regional Clean Fuel Standard
Source: Puget Sound Clean Air Agency. Transportation is the primary source of climate pollution in the Puget Sound region – over 40 percent of the Puget Sound region’s greenhouse gas (GHG) pollution. In 2017, the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency’s Board of Directors adopted a science-based target to reduce greenhouse gas pollution by 50 percent below 1990 levels […]

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