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.