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PacifiCorp - Power Plants and SWOT Analysis, 2015 Update | Researchmoz

(EMAILWIRE.COM, July 09, 2015 ) PacifiCorp – Power Plants and SWOT Analysis, 2015 Update Summary The report contains a detailed description of the power generation companys business operations, history, corporate strategy, and business structure. 15 more words

Deputies looking for vandals who shot, damaged power lines south of Kuna

Deputies are looking for whoever shot and damaged 75 insulators on PacifiCorp electricity transmission lines south of Kuna late last month.

The power lines are located in the desert about five miles south of Kuna/Mora Road, between Pleasant Valley and Swan Falls roads, in southern Ada County. 92 more words


Wind Firm Sues To Block Release Of Bird-Death Data

WASHINGTON (AP) — A company that operates at least 13 wind-energy facilities across three states is suing in federal court to block the U.S. government from releasing information to The Associated Press about how many birds are found dead at its facilities. 432 more words


Kauffman Picks Ogden As Top 8 Entrepreneurial City In America

#StartupOgden — the opening of a legendary coworking space in a city that has it all

Props need to go out to those who can bring a lot of moving pieces together to better the ecosystems for… 279 more words


Utah’s Carbon Power Plant heads for early retirement

Energy • New federal regulations will force coal-burning Carbon station to close in 2015.

By Brian Maffly

The Salt Lake Tribune

Published: October 21, 2013 05:09PM… 1,066 more words

Rocky Mountain Power

Obama says time to act is now on climate change


Jun 25, 2013

Amy Joi O’Donoghue

Deseret News

SALT LAKE CITY — President Barack Obama unveiled an ambitious plan to address climate change, building on his initiatives to embrace more dependence on renewable energy, increase fuel economy for vehicles and to cut carbon pollution from power plants. 879 more words


Should Blue Sky effort be Utah utility’s end game?


May 06, 2013

Steven Oberbeck

Salt Lake Tribune

For well over a decade, Rocky Mountain Power’s Blue Sky program has offered Utahns a way to participate in the green energy revolution by buying electricity produced from wind farms, solar power arrays and geothermal plants. 1,245 more words