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Montana legislator introduces bill for state to buy Colstrip coal plant

Montana Public Radio: Lawmakers in Helena are starting to debate whether the state could borrow up to $500 million to buy the coal-fired power plant in Colstrip. The future of the plant is up in the air. The West Coast consumers who Colstrip sends most of its power to are pushing away from coal-powered electricity […]

January 22, 2019 Read More →

Editorial: Puget Sound Energy’s ‘Step Away From Coal’

Puget Sound Energy is officially moving closer to setting a retirement date for two controversial coal-fired power plants it co-owns in Montana. This is a welcome, overdue move. The utility, which serves swaths of Western Washington including Thurston County, went before the Utilities and Transportation Commission on Thursday and made an unusual request to delay […]

March 23, 2016 Read More →