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Oregon Statebasinlife.com

Klamath Basin News, Friday, 6/18 – Gov. Brown Keeps Klamath County At Highest Covid Risk Level Despite Few Cases This Week; Considerable Restrictions Still Apply

The latest and most comprehensive coverage of local News, Sports, Business, and Community News stories in the Klamath Basin, Southern Oregon and around the state of Oregon from Wynne Broadcasting’s KFLS News/Talk 1450AM / 102.5FM, The Herald & News, and BasinLife.com, and powered by Mick Insurance, your local health and Medicare agents.
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Politicsmarylandmatters.org

Opinion: Conowingo Dam License Will Benefit the Bay

The commentary “Legislature Must Act to Save the Bay in Light of Conowingo Dam Decision” [Maryland Matters, June 10] was misleading and inaccurate. As an Exelon Generation employee and environmental advocate, I’d like to set the record straight. The Waterkeepers Chesapeake organization claims Exelon Generation and the dam have caused...
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Texas StateKVUE

VERIFY: What it would take for Texas to join the national grid

TEXAS, USA — The Texas power grid is back in the spotlight. Months after the failure of the Texas power grid, Gov. Greg Abbott recently signed into law two bills that aim to address the issues and subsequent fall-out from the winter storm. Texans are also being asked to reduce...
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Darlington, MDWbaltv.com

Court battle brewing over Conowingo Dam's relicensing to Exelon

DARLINGTON, Md. — There is a court battle brewing over the Conowingo Dam and the power company that operates it. The plaintiffs believe it's a precedent-setting case that matters to anyone who cares about or uses the Chesapeake Bay or pays taxes in Maryland. With its action Thursday, a coalition...
PoliticsCourthouse News Service

Klamath River Dam Removal Project Clears Another Hurdle

(CN) — A federal agency transferred a hydroelectric license from an energy company to a nonprofit on Friday, marking the latest step toward removing four dams from the Klamath River and restoring access for endangered salmon. The Federal Regulatory Agency Commission transferred a license from PacifiCorp, a Warren Buffet-backed energy...
Energy IndustryBay Journal

Environmental groups file suit challenging Conowingo Dam license

The long-running Conowingo Dam controversy is back in court. On June 17, four environmental groups filed a legal challenge to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s decision in March to relicense the hydropower facility on the lower Susquehanna River. The groups —Waterkeepers Chesapeake, Lower Susquehanna Riverkeeper, Sassafras Riverkeeper and the Chesapeake...
Klamath, CAkymkemp.com

FERC Approves Transfer Application a Key Step to UnDam the Klamath

Press release from the Klamath River Renewal Corporation (KRRC):. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) [yester]day approved the transfer of the Lower Klamath Project License from PacifiCorp to the Klamath River Renewal Corporation (KRRC) and the States of Oregon and California. The vote by FERC marks a key milestone in...
West Rockhill Township, PAbuckscountycouriertimes.com

State to hear appeal on natural gas compressor station in West Rockhill

A state appellate court is sending two appeals over a natural gas compressor station in Upper Bucks County back to Pennsylvania’s Environmental Hearing Board. The board previously ruled that West Rockhill and a group of neighbors needed to appeal a state air quality plan approval for Adelphia Gateway LLC’s proposed natural gas pipeline project to federal court.
Oregon Statesalemreporter.com

AROUND OREGON: Federal decision pushes Klamath dam removal forward

The John C. Boyle dam on the upper Klamath River with floodgates open (Bob Galindo/Wikimedia Commons) The effort to remove four hydroelectric dams on the Klamath River cleared another regulatory hurdle Thursday after the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission allowed the dams’ original owner to exit its license to operate the facilities.
Energy Industryihsmarkit.com

Onshore wind Q&A with the American Clean Power Association’s Brendan Casey

Offshore wind has attracted the lion's share of US wind industry announcements in the last few months, but onshore wind capacity continues to expand as well. Net-Zero Business Daily spoke with Brendan Casey, research and analytics manager for the American Clean Power Association (ACP), about developments in onshore wind, including the drivers of growth, key challenges, and the support that the industry is seeking from the US government and states.
Energy Industryhydroreview.com

FERC approves Lower Klamath Project License transfer

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has approved the transfer of the Lower Klamath Project License from PacifiCorp to the Klamath River Renewal Corporation (KRRC) and the states of Oregon and California. The FERC vote marks a key milestone in the decades-long effort to restore the Klamath River for the...
Energy Industryutilitydive.com

FERC finds it 'basically impossible' for members to determine cost of exiting Tri-State G&T

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Thursday determined that Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association's tariff is unjust and unreasonable, based on the hurdles members face in considering whether to exit the G&T provider. Specifically, the commission's preliminary findings revealed that the G&T's tariff makes it difficult for members considering whether...
Klamath, CAHerald and News

FERC decision pushes Klamath dam removal forward

The effort to remove four hydroelectric dams on the Klamath River cleared another regulatory hurdle Thursday after the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission allowed the dams’ original owner to exit its license to operate the facilities. Specifically, FERC accepted a joint application to transfer the dams’ license from PacifiCorp to the...
Klamath, CAkrcrtv.com

Rep. Huffman praises FERC decision to move on Klamath dam removal

KLAMATH, Calif. — Congressman Jared Huffman applauded the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s decision Thursday to allow the Klamath River dam removal project to go forward, clearing the way for a massive effort to restore struggling salmon runs vital for tribal and coastal communities, Huffam said. FERC approved PacifiCorp, the non-profit...
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