• Clean Energy Works in Idaho

    Posted on March 13, 2016 by ICEA2013 in News Blog.

    In a recent blog post for the American Sustainable Business Council, ICEA President Leif Elgethun Leif covered how the EPA’s Clean Power Plan requirements will impact Idaho. The Governor’s Office of Energy Resources has determined that Idaho will most likely have to comply with the Clean Power Plan. Idaho is already on track for compliance more »

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  • 2 Utility-Scale Idaho Solar Projects Need Your Support!

    Posted on August 24, 2014 by ICEA2013 in News Blog.

    Idaho Power has signed contracts with developers for 2 new solar projects in Idaho, and is awaiting approval from the Public Utilities Commission (PUC). Both developers, Sunergy World and Grand View PV Solar Two, agreed to pay Idaho Power’s proposed solar integration charge, which is still pending approval from the PUC. Sunergy World hopes to more »

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  • ICEA Board of Directors election open

    Posted on June 9, 2014 by ICEA2013 in News Blog.

    The election for ICEA’s Board of Directors is open until June 30. Below are bios for the candidates. Leif Elgethun Leif Elgethun is a licensed professional engineer and a Senior VP of Site Based Energy, a Boise-based energy services company. He has experience selling high-efficiency lighting systems with a focus on LED technology. Leif serves more »

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  • Idaho Technology Council’s Energy Connected Conference

    Posted on March 15, 2014 by ICEA2013 in Events.

    Growing our clean energy sector is critical to Idaho’s future. That is the take away from the fourth annual Energy Connected Conference hosted by the Idaho Technology Council. Against the backdrop of the snow covered foothills, attendees heard from entrepreneurs, researchers and policy makers about Idaho’s clean energy opportunity. Governor Otter remarked that energy efficiency more »

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  • Net Metering Decision Made: Good News For Clean Energy Producers

    Posted on July 3, 2013 by ICEA2013 in News Blog.

    Net Metering Decision Made: Good News For Clean Energy Producers Today the Idaho Public Utilities Commission denied Idaho Power’s proposal which aimed to increase the net metering cap, change the existing price structure, and set an expiration for net excess energy credits.  This is a big day for independence from monopoly power and clean energy more »

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  • Public and Technical Hearings, June 11 in Net Metering Case

    Posted on May 31, 2013 by ICEA2013 in Events.

    Idaho Power customers will be able to testify or phone-in testimony during a public hearing June 11 on Idaho Power Company’s application to modify its net metering tariff.  The public hearing begins at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 11, in the commission hearing room at 472 W. Washington St. For those who cannot attend, the commissioners more »

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  • Silver City uses Solar

    Posted on May 20, 2013 by ICEA2013 in News Blog.

    By Nick Groff – Idaho Press Tribune SILVER CITY, Idaho – Tucked below the summits of the 8,000-foot-high Owyhee Mountains, sits a once-booming mining town. Today, about 150 years since it was founded, sits Silver City – fatigued and worn, yet boasting of character and history – one of the Gem State’s most iconic ghost more »

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  • Idaho Power Files New Rate Fee Hike

    Posted on April 15, 2013 by ICEA2013 in News Blog.

    The Associated Press released a story on the new rate increase proposal by Idaho Power.  The proposal is supposed to make up for the $140 million in “lower-than-projected revenue”.  We can’t help but wonder if this is related to the IACI proposed Business Personal Property Tax that would have primarily benefited Idaho Power Co, the more »

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  • Regional Meetings on Energy in Boise, Idaho

    Posted on April 3, 2013 by ICEA2013 in Events.

    April 8th & 9th Energy Imbalance Market – The purpose of the meeting is to understand analysis of the cost/benefit of an EIM and discuss next steps by companies and regulators.  These are open to the public and involve fast-paced and in-depth presentations and discussions of a wide range of electric and gas issues.  The more »

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  • Net Metering: Idaho Public Utilities Commission, Notice of Schedule

    Posted on April 2, 2013 by ICEA2013 in Events, News Blog.

    Net Metering: Idaho Public Utilities Commission, Notice of Schedule April 25th, 9am – Public Workshop for Idaho Power Customers & other interested parties. April 29th, 9:00am – Settlement Workshop for parties May 10th, 9:30am – Deadline for Staff/Intervenors to file direct testimony, exhibits May 31st – Deadline for Company’s rebuttal testimony,exhibits. June 10th – Customer more »

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