July 19, 2024

Energy Northwest

Corbin Harder, CC-BY-SA-4.0, via Wikipedia
Southeast Wash. Looks to Become Clean Tech Hub

A regional economic development organization plans to set up a nonprofit subsidiary to develop clean energy businesses in an area with deep ties to nuclear power.

Energy Northwest
X-energy, Energy Northwest to Develop up to 12 SMR Nukes
The challenge ahead for X-energy: early planning for design, procurement and construction to deliver the first Xe-100s on time and on budget.
NuScale Power
Nuclear Bill Advances in Washington House
A Washington House committee passed a bill to add advanced nuclear to the alternative power sources that the state can use to replace fossil fuels.
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Big Renewable Projects Take Shape in Central Wash.
A new solar farm has been proposed for Benton County, Wash., while another massive renewable project in the county has passed one state hurdle.
Small Reactors Can Compete on Cost, PNNL Study Finds
Small modular reactors appear to be cost-competitive compared to other energy sources in the Pacific Northwest, according to a joint PNNL-MIT study.
Small Nukes Proposed for Washington Hanford Site
Two new nuclear plants have been proposed as neighbors to the Pacific Northwest’s only commercial reactor on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation in Washington.
Wind Project Sows Controversy in southeastern Washington
Residents of the Tri-Cities area in Washington state oppose a wind project that Scout Clean Energy has proposed building on the Horse Heaven Hills.

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