Washington State, working with local entities, unveils plans to create the nation’s first scenic byway lined with a series of fast charge stations for electric vehicles.
ECOtality showed where it will concentrate 1,200 electric-vehicle charging stations in the state of Washington, and emphasized its support for the Nissan Leaf.
A Southern California agency is paying $547 million in advance for a 20-year block of power from the huge Windy Flats wind power project in Washington State.
Ford and the City of Seattle announced a partnership to promote electric vehicle consumer education while helping to ensure the local grid can meet demand.
The Teanaway Solar Reserve, located 90 miles outside of Seattle in Kittias County, will provide enough power for up to 45,000 homes.
The state of Washington is getting $1.3M in federal stimulus dollars to install electric vehicle charging stations along Interstate 5 from Canada to Oregon.
In its first year of operation, the E-Cycle Washington e-waste recycling program collected and recycled nearly 38 million pounds of televisions, computers and monitors–nearly twice as much as a similar program in the state of Oregon.