As PacifiCorp trial wears on, attorneys blame executives for Oregon wildfire inaction
Expert witnesses say the electric utility suffered from a lack of leadership during the 2020 fires.
Oregon officials wanted utilities to shut down power lines before 2020 wildfires, court documents show
State officials warned utilities about fire risks and encouraged them to shut down power lines before the 2020 Labor Day weekend wildfires, newly filed court documents show.
PacifiCorp liability for Labor Day fires revealed through newly found texts, plaintiffs’ attorneys allege
Attorneys in a class action lawsuit for people harmed by the Labor Day fires in Oregon say the messages and other evidence presented in a court filing Tuesday show PacifiCorp knew early on it likely played a role in starting the fires.
PacifiCorp proposes big build of Rocky Mountain region wind
A utility proposes to build six wind farms that could supply enough electricity for over 1 million homes in Wyoming and other states by 2024
Portland-Based PacifiCorp Releases Plan To Cut Coal Power And Add Renewables
On Thursday, PacifiCorp released a 20-year plan for delivering power across six Western states that cuts back on coal and adds renewable wind and solar power.
The Northwest Struggles With Coal-Generated Power From Out Of State
Northwest utilities are fighting pressure end to all use of coal-fired power -- even when it's generated in places like Utah and Montana.
Oregon Bill Would Eliminate Coal-Fired Power By 2025
A bill in the Oregon Legislature this session would require electric companies to stop delivering coal-fired power to Oregon customers by 2025.