An empty field on farmland near the Washington-Idaho border is being dug up to erect the first wind farm in the heart of the Palouse region.
A plan to tap the geothermal potential of of Washington state’s Mount Baker has been thrown open for public consultation.
Government officials were given a chance to see cutting edge hybrid and electric vehicle technology with the visit of a mobile lab to Washington, D.C.
The Pacific Coast Collaborative—British Columbia, Washington, Oregon and California—hatches a plan to create 1 million new green jobs in the region by 2020.
The Meador-Kansas-Ellis Trail project in Bellingham, Wash., grabs the first-ever Greenroads certification, in part for its innovative use of recycled toilets.
Puget Sound Energy’s Lower Snake River wind power plant, in eastern Washington, begins generating up to 343 megawatts of power.
With the help from the Recovery Act, Washington state has weatherized more than 16,000 homes, earning plaudits from the Department of Energy.