Coalition seeks cooperation with PSE’s board
Washington Governor Jay Inslee recently signed the “Washington Clean Energy Transformation Act.” This ground-breaking law requires PSE to cut greenhouse gas emissions and transform our energy grid to reduce harm to the environment.
CENSE helped to lead a large coalition of neighborhood associations, environmental organizations, faith groups, and indigenous people to ask PSE’s Board of Directors to reconsider projects like Energize Eastside and the Lake Hills/Phantom Lake Transmission Line. These projects are harmful to the environment, bad for communities, expensive for ratepayers, and risky for residents. Given the magnitude of the challenges and opportunities that lay ahead, it’s time to reprioritize and pursue projects that benefit everyone, including PSE.
You can read the letter and see the supporting organizations here: Opportunities for collaborative grid transformation.
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