A clearly defined scope of work defines project boundaries, helps control cost and schedule and helps leaders identify and manage risk.
Energy Northwest owns and operates diverse electricity-generating resources, including hydro, solar and wind projects, and the Columbia Generating Station nuclear power facility. These projects provide enough clean, cost-effective, reliable energy to power more than a million homes each year.
Wind, solar, hydro, natural gas and nuclear energy help meet demands.
Safe storage for spent nuclear fuel has seen shifting tactics over the last 35 years.
SMRs are nuclear reactors that produce less than 300 megawatts of electricity.
New locations are key to allowing EV owners to comfortably crisscross the state without having to spend hours recharging car batteries.
Nuclear plants employ a highly skilled workforce that includes engineers, licensed operators, electricians, pipefitters, mechanics and health physicists.
Electricity still accounts for about 20 million metric tons of CO2, or 20 percent of the statewide total.
Finding the right balance to an electricity mix is essential for power planners.
Many veterans have specific skills, experiences and leadership qualities needed as retirement wave looms.
Seattle Friends of Fission, a grass-roots nuclear energy advocacy group, is rooted in concern over climate change.