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Cedar Grove

Garbage Gone Green

How a family-owned composting business transforms the Northwest garbage industry, captures carbon, changes consumer behavior and creates jobs.

I want my DHP!

I want my DHP!

How the small town of Libby, Montana used energy efficiency to boost their local economy and save money on their electric bills.

Stephanie at Lochmead Dairy

Four Generations of Green

A multi-generational, family-owned dairy farm, shows that from local distribution of its products to turning methane into power at their new biodigester that they continue being an inno

Driving the EVolution

With charging stations in Bellevue and all along the West Coast, electric vehicle drivers can now travel the I-5 corridor from Canada to Mexico without needing a drop of gasoline.

Plant Nerds

Plant Nerds

Each 1.8 degree temperature rise means 10 percent more in irrigation demands - a challenge for an industry whose primary energy use is pumping water. See how Oregon's nurseries are leading the way.

Green Canopy Homes

Eco-Capitalists

How Green Canopy Homes turns a profit, cuts the same carbon on average as one car permanently off the road, and employs approx.

A Tale of Two Schools

A Tale of Two Schools

Facing uncomfortable, outdated facilities, two school districts partnered with local businesses and governments to retrofit their buildings,  cutting costs, saving energy and enhancing their learning environments.

Granger playground

The Big Chiller

Facing uncomfortable classrooms and high utility bills due to aging HVAC equipment, Granger School District employed an innovative computer-based heating and cooling system.

Repowering Our Workforce

RePowering Our Workforce

In an economic downturn, a community-based effort is helping create local jobs for contractors and improving energy-efficiency of local homes.

RePower Bainbridge

RePower Bainbridge

How citizens on Bainbridge Island came together and created an option to change behavior through energy use, move closer to carbon neutrality and become a model for other communities.

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Reclaiming Waste Energy

Reclaiming Waste Energy

Through public-private partnerships, the City of Bremerton's Public Utilities department was able to quickly upgrade their wastewater facility to run more efficiently and save the City money.

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Cedar Grove

Garbage Gone Green

How a family-owned composting business transforms the Northwest garbage industry, captures carbon, changes consumer behavior and creates jobs.

Read More

I want my DHP!

I want my DHP!

How the small town of Libby, Montana used energy efficiency to boost their local economy and save money on their electric bills.

Read More

Driving the EVolution

With charging stations in Bellevue and all along the West Coast, electric vehicle drivers can now travel the I-5 corridor from Canada to Mexico wi

Read More

Plant Nerds

Plant Nerds

Each 1.8 degree temperature rise means 10 percent more in irrigation demands - a challenge for an industry whose primary energy use is pumping water. See how Oregon's nurseries are leading the way.

Read More

Green Canopy Homes

Eco-Capitalists

How Green Canopy Homes turns a profit, cuts the same carbon on average as one car permanently off the road, and employs approx.

Read More

A Tale of Two Schools

A Tale of Two Schools

Facing uncomfortable, outdated facilities, two school districts partnered with local businesses and governments to retrofit their buildings,  cutting costs, saving energy and enhancing their learning environments.

Read More

Granger playground

The Big Chiller

Facing uncomfortable classrooms and high utility bills due to aging HVAC equipment, Granger School District employed an innovative computer-based

Read More