Pacific Northwest Utilities Seek Thousands of Megawatts of New Renewable and Non-Emitting Energy: A Huge Opportunity for Independent Power Producers

Read the full story in The National Law Review.

Driven by the need to comply with ambitious state targets for reduction of greenhouse gases in the utility sector, the recent and planned retirement of much of the region’s coal fleet, and the capacity deficits that are anticipated as a result, utilities across the greater Pacific Northwest have recently or will soon issue requests for proposals (RFPs), which collectively create a market for roughly 6,000 megawatts (MW) of new renewable or non-emitting generation, as well as energy storage.

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