April 16, 2019
K&L Gates’ Energy Storage Handbook 4.0
As a courtesy to clients and friends, the K&L Gates Power practice has updated the Energy Storage Handbook. This Energy Storage Handbook is designed to be a basic primer on what energy storage is, how it is regulated by federal and state governments, and what sorts of issues are encountered when such projects are financed […]

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April 15, 2019
Week 13: 2019 WA Legislative Session Report
April 14, 2019: Week Thirteen. Week 13 here in Olympia has come and gone and with it the last of committee action on bills that are still making their way through the legislature. Following Tuesday’s deadline for bills with a budget impact to be voted out of their opposite-house fiscal committee, legislators turned back to […]

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March 8, 2019
CNN: World’s Top 100 Most Polluted Cities in 2018
By Bianca Britton, CNN, March 5, 2019 Asia has dominated a new list of the world’s most polluted cities of 2018.  According to the report from AirVisual, which measured 3,000 cities, air pollution will cause around 7 million premature deaths globally next year and have a major economic impact. It noted that although South Asian […]

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February 26, 2019
CleanTech Innovation Showcase 2019
The 6th Annual CleanTech Innovation Showcase will bring the industry together to discuss the latest cleantech innovations, ideas and initiatives on June 24. Stay tuned for more information!

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January 17, 2019
CleanTech Day in Olympia
CleanTech Day in Olympia offers CleanTech Alliance members an exclusive opportunity to engage and educate Washington State policymakers on the impact of clean technology research, innovation and jobs.

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January 11, 2019
SEL founder inducted into National Inventors Hall of Fame
Tuesday, January 8 PULLMAN, Washington — Edmund O. Schweitzer, III, president and chief technology officer of Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories is to be inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame in recognition of his invention of the digital protective relay. Schweitzer was included in the list of 19 inventors to receive this honor that was […]

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November 14, 2018
Energy Leadership Summit 2018 Innovation Track Recap
In the first Innovation track session, Rachelle Ames, Lee Cheatham, Craig Husa, David Kenney, and Dan Schwartz discussed ways that the Northwest Energy Innovation Alliance is working to continue to foster innovation and connections in our region. The takeaway was that finding is funding is difficult for startups in our space and region, but we […]

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November 14, 2018
Energy Leadership Summit 2018 Policy Track Recap
    Our Policy track started on a positive note with Reeves Clippard, Nancy Hirsh, and Representative Jeff Morris discussing ways we can continue to build political support for clean energy and attract more green start-ups. The Northwest is a clean energy leader for a reason, and our region must continue to lead the way […]

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November 14, 2018
Energy Leadership Summit 2018 Business Track Recap
  The Business track began with panelists Larry Becker, Benjamin Berry,Phillip Jones and Jessica Matlock discussed threats to the grid, both climate change-related extreme weather and the proliferation of cyber attacks. The bottom line: when it comes to cyber security its matter of when, not if, and you need a plan in place to deal […]

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