June 20, 2024

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Bureau of Land Management
Wash. Council OKs Reduced Version of Horse Heaven Hills Project
Washington’s EFSEC recommended approval for a slimmed-down version of a controversial wind project proposed for a site just south of the Tri-Cities in southeastern Washington.
Bureau of Land Management
Washington Renewable Developer Rankled by Siting Board Alterations
The developer of a large and controversial wind and solar farm in southeastern Washington contends the state’s siting body has ordered unscientific changes that make the project unviable.
Save Our Ridges
Large Wind and Solar Farm Panned by Washington State Locals
Many residents believe they do not have a voice in the fate of a controversial proposed wind turbine farm south of the Washington city of Kennewick.
Inslee Signs Wash. Bill to Dim Turbine Lights
Gov. Jay Inslee signed a bill requiring wind farms to turn off their blinking aviation obstruction lights at night when no low-flying aircraft are around.
Washington House Calls for Dimming Turbine Lights
The Washington House voted to require wind turbine lights be turned off at night when not triggered by airplanes.
Red Cliffs Desert Reserve
Hawks Key Concern in Draft EIS for Proposed Wash. Wind Farm
A draft environmental impact study for a proposed Washington wind and solar farm examines concerns about nesting areas for the region’s ferruginous hawks.
Williamborg, public domain, via Wikimedia Commons
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.

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