People protesting oil drilling in the Arctic marched through downtown Portland Monday, and held a “die-in.” They're trying to send President Obama a message as he travels to Alaska this week.
News | Economy | Communities | Energy | Politics | Renewable energy | Environment | Land useOPB | April 29, 2015 4:23 p.m. | Portland
Oregon's Land Use Board of Appeals Wednesday upheld the rejection of a permit for a liquefied natural gas facility proposed for Warrenton.
Oil, trucking and manufacturing groups have opened a second front against Oregon's low-carbon fuel rules.
Oregon's city and county leaders are scrambling to understand how electricity supplies will be affected by power-hogging indoor marijuana growers after recreational pot becomes legal in the state.
America's national emblem is the highlight of a celebration in Central Oregon this weekend.
New reports say that Northwest states have the capacity to transition almost completely from fossil fuels to renewables in just 15 years - and that doing so would provide a significant economic boost.
Technology | News | Business | Renewable energy | EnergyThe Register Guard | Dec. 15, 2014 11:32 a.m. | Junction City, Oregon
The financial backers of an avant-garde biogas power plant south of Junction City that is heavily subsidized by the public are engaged in a messy dispute over the facility, which turns truckloads of food waste into electricity.
Waste Managment doubling capacity of its gas power plant at the Columbia Ridge Landfill and Recycling Center in Arlington.
A turbine recently installed on the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation is the first wind turbine to be built on a Native American reservation in the Pacific Northwest.