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List of power stations in Washington

Sources of Washington utility-scale electricity generation:
full-year 2022[1]

  Hydroelectric (67.6%)
  Natural Gas (12.5%)
  Nuclear (8.4%)
  Wind (6.9%)
  Coal (3.1%)
  Biomass (1.1%)
  Solar (0.1%)
  Other (0.3%)

This is a list of electricity-generating power stations in the U.S. state of Washington, sorted by type and name. These include facilities that are located in more than one state. In 2020, Washington had a total summer capacity of 30,669 MW through all of its power plants, and a net generation of 116,114 GWh.[2] The electrical energy generation mix in 2022 was 67.6% hydroelectric, 12.5% natural gas, 8.4% nuclear, 6.9% wind, 3.1% coal, and 1.1% biomass which includes most refuse-derived fuel. Other gases and utility-scale solar facilities generated most of the remaining 0.4%. Small-scale photovoltaic installations generated an additional net 393 GWh to the state's electrical grid; an amount over four times larger than Washington's utility-scale photovoltaic plants.[1]

Washington routinely delivers one-quarter of U.S. hydroelectric generation, and hosts the nation's largest capacity power station at Grand Coulee Dam. 60% of Washington households use electricity as their primary heating fuel, unlike most households in other U.S. states that typically utilize natural gas.[3]

Nuclear power stations

Name Location Coordinates Capacity (MW) Operator Year
opened
Notes
Columbia Generating Station Benton County 46°28′16″N 119°20′2″W / 46.47111°N 119.33389°W / 46.47111; -119.33389 (Columbia Generating Station) 1,150 Energy Northwest 1984 Only US nuclear plant designed to be ramped up and down. Response time 1 hour

Fossil-fuel power stations

Data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration serves as a general reference.[4]

Coal

Name Location Coordinates Capacity (MW) Operator Year
opened
Scheduled
retirement
Refs
Centralia Power Plant Centralia 46°45′21″N 122°51′35″W / 46.755938°N 122.859764°W / 46.755938; -122.859764 (Centralia Power Plant) 670 TransAlta Corporation 1972 2025 [4]

Natural Gas

Name Location Coordinates Capacity (MW) Operator Year
opened
Scheduled
retirement
Refs
Boulder Park Generation Station Spokane Valley 47°41′49″N 117°08′50″W / 47.696894°N 117.147294°W / 47.696894; -117.147294 (Boulder Park Generation Station) 24 Avista 2002 [4]
Chehalis Generation Facility Chehalis 46°37′20″N 122°54′51″W / 46.622092°N 122.914093°W / 46.622092; -122.914093 (Chehalis Generation Facility) 477 PacifiCorp 2003 [4]
Encogen Generating Station Bellingham 48°44′43″N 122°29′11″W / 48.745241°N 122.48642°W / 48.745241; -122.48642 (Encogen Generating Station) 159 Puget Sound Energy 1993 [4]
Fredonia Generating Station Skagit 48°27′21″N 122°26′09″W / 48.455800°N 122.435800°W / 48.455800; -122.435800 (Fredonia Generating Station) 280 Puget Sound Energy 1984, 2001 [4]
Frederickson Generating Station Frederickson 47°04′47″N 122°21′54″W / 47.079722°N 122.365000°W / 47.079722; -122.365000 (Frederickson Generating Station) 134 Puget Sound Energy 1981 [4]
Frederickson 1 Generating Station Frederickson 47°05′10″N 122°21′56″W / 47.086111°N 122.365674°W / 47.086111; -122.365674 (Frederickson 1 Generating Station) 246 Capital Power 2002 [4]
Goldendale Generating Station Goldendale 45°48′41″N 120°49′59″W / 45.811400°N 120.833000°W / 45.811400; -120.833000 (Goldendale Generating Station) 263 Puget Sound Energy 2004 [4]
Grays Harbor Energy Center[5] Satsop 46°58′09″N 123°28′48″W / 46.9692°N 123.4800°W / 46.9692; -123.4800 (Grays Harbor Energy Center) 604 Invenergy 2008 [4]
March Point Cogeneration Plant Anacortes 48°28′15″N 122°33′36″W / 48.470800°N 122.560000°W / 48.470800; -122.560000 (March Point Cogeneration Plant) 120 March Point Cogeneration Company 1991, 1993 [4]
Mint Farm Generating Station Longview 46°08′24″N 122°59′06″W / 46.140056°N 122.985019°W / 46.140056; -122.985019 (Mint Farm Generating Station) 270 Puget Sound Energy 2008 [4]
Northeast (WA) Spokane 47°44′06″N 117°22′14″W / 47.735110°N 117.370538°W / 47.735110; -117.370538 (Northeast Plant) 45 Avista 1978 [4]
River Road Generating Plant Vancouver 45°39′00″N 122°43′29″W / 45.649912°N 122.724704°W / 45.649912; -122.724704 (River Road Generating Plant) 220 Clark Public Utilities 2010 [4]
Sumas Generating Station Sumas 48°59′26″N 122°16′24″W / 48.990500°N 122.273300°W / 48.990500; -122.273300 (Sumas Generating Station) 125 Puget Sound Energy 1993 [4]
Ferndale Generating Station Ferndale 48°49′44″N 122°41′06″W / 48.828996°N 122.685114°W / 48.828996; -122.685114 (Ferndale Generating Station) 270 Tenaska Energy 1994 [4]
Whitehorn Generating Station Ferndale 48°53′08″N 122°45′06″W / 48.885636°N 122.75164°W / 48.885636; -122.75164 (Whitehorn Generating Station) 134 Puget Sound Energy 1974, 1981 [4]

Renewable power stations

Data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration serves as a general reference.[4]

Hydroelectric

Name Location Coordinates River Capacity (MW) Operator Year
opened
Ref
Alder Dam Pierce County, Washington 46°48′06″N 122°18′37″W / 46.801600°N 122.310200°W / 46.801600; -122.310200 (Alder Dam) Nisqually River 50 Tacoma Power 1945 [6]
Bonneville Dam Skamania County, Washington
Multnomah County, Oregon
45°38′39″N 121°56′28″W / 45.6441°N 121.9410°W / 45.6441; -121.9410 (Bonneville Dam) Columbia River 1,093 United States Army Corps of Engineers 1938, 1981 [4] electricity generated in Oregon
Boundary Dam Metaline Falls, Washington 48°59′14″N 117°20′52″W / 48.9871°N 117.3478°W / 48.9871; -117.3478 (Boundary Dam) Pend Oreille River 1,024 Seattle City Light 1967 [4]
Box Canyon Dam Ione, Washington 48°46′51″N 117°25′06″W / 48.7809°N 117.4183°W / 48.7809; -117.4183 (Box Canyon Dam) Pend Oreille River 90 Pend Oreille PUD 1955 [4]
Cedar Falls Dam Cedar Falls, Washington 47°25′09″N 121°46′55″W / 47.4193°N 121.7819°W / 47.4193; -121.7819 (Cedar Falls Dam) Cedar River (Washington) 30 Seattle City Light 1921, 1929 [4]
Chief Joseph Dam Douglas County, Washington
Okanogan County, Washington
47°59′42″N 119°38′25″W / 47.9951°N 119.6404°W / 47.9951; -119.6404 (Chief Joseph Dam) Columbia River 2,620 United States Army Corps of Engineers 1958, 1973 [4]
Cowlitz Falls Dam Lewis County, Washington 46°27′58″N 122°06′35″W / 46.4661°N 122.1097°W / 46.4661; -122.1097 (Cowlitz Falls Dam) Cowlitz River 70 Lewis County Public Utilities District 1994 [7]
Cushman Dam No. 1 Mason County, Washington 47°25′05″N 123°13′31″W / 47.4181°N 123.2252°W / 47.4181; -123.2252 (Cushman Dam 1) Skokomish River 43 Tacoma Power 1926 [8]
Cushman Dam No. 2 Mason County, Washington 47°22′11″N 123°09′37″W / 47.3698°N 123.1603°W / 47.3698; -123.1603 (Cushman Dam 2) Skokomish River 81 Tacoma Power 1930–1931,
1952, 2013
[8]
Diablo Dam Whatcom County, Washington 48°42′50″N 121°07′54″W / 48.7139°N 121.1317°W / 48.7139; -121.1317 (Diablo Dam) Skagit River 159 Seattle City Light 1936–1937 [4]
Electron Hydroelectric Project Pierce County, Washington 46°59′28″N 122°10′30″W / 46.9910°N 122.1749°W / 46.9910; -122.1749 (Electron Hydroelectric Project) Puyallup River 26 Electron Hydro, LLC. 1904, 1929 [4]
Gorge Dam Whatcom County, Washington 48°41′53″N 121°12′31″W / 48.6981°N 121.2086°W / 48.6981; -121.2086 (Gorge Dam) Skagit River 199 Seattle City Light 1924, 1929,
1951
[4]
Grand Coulee Dam Grant and Okanogan counties 47°57′27″N 118°58′38″W / 47.9575°N 118.9773°W / 47.9575; -118.9773 (Grand Coulee Dam) Columbia River 6,809 United States Bureau of Reclamation 1941, 1975 [4] Includes 314 MW pumped-storage
Henry M. Jackson Dam Snohomish County, Washington 47°54′30″N 121°48′52″W / 47.9084°N 121.8144°W / 47.9084; -121.8144 (H M Jackson Dam) Sultan River 112 Snohomish County Public Utility District 1984 [9]
Ice Harbor Dam Franklin and Walla Walla counties 46°14′59″N 118°52′47″W / 46.2498°N 118.8798°W / 46.2498; -118.8798 (Ice Harbor Dam) Snake River 603 United States Army Corps of Engineers 1962,
1975–1976
[4]
Lake Chelan Dam Chelan, Washington 47°50′05″N 120°00′48″W / 47.8347°N 120.0133°W / 47.8347; -120.0133 (Lake Chelan Dam) Chelan River 62.1 Chelan County Public Utility District 1927–1928 [10]
LaGrande Dam Pierce County, Washington 46°49′58″N 122°19′11″W / 46.8328°N 122.3196°W / 46.8328; -122.3196 (LaGrande Dam) Nisqually River 64 Tacoma Power 1912, 1945 [11]
Little Goose Dam Columbia and Whitman counties 46°35′02″N 118°01′38″W / 46.5838°N 118.0273°W / 46.5838; -118.0273 (Little Goose Dam) Snake River 932 United States Army Corps of Engineers 1970–1971,
1978
[4]
Long Lake Dam Lincoln County, Washington 47°50′04″N 117°50′10″W / 47.8344°N 117.8361°W / 47.8344; -117.8361 (Long Lake Dam) Spokane River 71 Avista Utilities 1915, 1919,
1924
[12]
Lower Baker Dam Skagit County, Washington 48°32′52″N 121°44′27″W / 48.5478°N 121.7407°W / 48.5478; -121.7407 (Lower Baker Dam) Baker River (Washington) 79 Puget Sound Energy 1960, 2013 [4]
Lower Granite Dam Garfield and Whitman counties 46°39′34″N 117°25′46″W / 46.6595°N 117.4294°W / 46.6595; -117.4294 (Lower Granite Dam) Snake River 932 United States Army Corps of Engineers 1975, 1978 [4]
Lower Monumental Dam Franklin and Walla Walla counties 46°33′49″N 118°32′23″W / 46.5635°N 118.5397°W / 46.5635; -118.5397 (Lower Monumental Dam) Snake River 932 United States Army Corps of Engineers 1969–1970,
1979
[4]
Mayfield Dam Lewis County, Washington 46°30′13″N 122°35′19″W / 46.5035°N 122.5885°W / 46.5035; -122.5885 (Mayfield Dam) Cowlitz River 162 Tacoma Power 1963, 1983 [13]
Merwin Dam Clark and Cowlitz counties 45°57′24″N 122°33′16″W / 45.956700°N 122.554444°W / 45.956700; -122.554444 (Merwin Dam) Lewis River (Washington) 136 PacifiCorp 1931–1932,
1949, 1958
[4]
Mossyrock Dam Lewis County, Washington 46°32′05″N 122°25′29″W / 46.5347°N 122.4247°W / 46.5347; -122.4247 (Mayfield Dam) Cowlitz River 300 Tacoma Power 1968 [14]
Priest Rapids Dam Grant and Yakima counties 46°38′42″N 119°54′29″W / 46.6451°N 119.9080°W / 46.6451; -119.9080 (Priest Rapids) Columbia River 955 Grant County Public Utility District 1959–1961 [4]
Rock Island Dam Chelan and Douglas counties 47°20′46″N 120°05′30″W / 47.3461°N 120.0917°W / 47.3461; -120.0917 (Rock Island Dam) Columbia River 660 Chelan County Public Utility District 1931–1932,
1952–1953,
1978–1979
[4]
Rocky Reach Dam Chelan and Douglas counties 47°32′01″N 120°17′43″W / 47.5336°N 120.2953°W / 47.5336; -120.2953 (Rocky Reach Dam) Columbia River 1,300 Chelan County Public Utility District 1961,
1973–1974
[4]
Ross Dam Whatcom County, Washington 48°43′57″N 121°04′04″W / 48.7326°N 121.0679°W / 48.7326; -121.0679 (Ross Dam) Skagit River 353 Seattle City Light 1952–1956 [4]
Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Plant Snoqualmie, Washington 47°32′24″N 121°50′13″W / 47.5401°N 121.8370°W / 47.5401; -121.8370 (Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Plant) Snoqualmie River 54 Puget Sound Energy 1898, 1957,
2013
[4]
Swift Dam Skamania County, Washington 46°03′39″N 122°12′06″W / 46.0608°N 122.2017°W / 46.0608; -122.2017 (Swift Dam 1)
46°03′34″N 122°15′34″W / 46.059400°N 122.259400°W / 46.059400; -122.259400 (Swift Dam 2)
Lewis River (Washington) 240 PacifiCorp 1958–1959 [4]
Upper Baker Dam Whatcom County, Washington 48°38′56″N 121°41′27″W / 48.6490°N 121.6907°W / 48.6490; -121.6907 (Upper Baker Dam) Baker River (Washington) 91 Puget Sound Energy 1959 [4]
Wanapum Dam Grant and Kittitas counties 46°52′23″N 119°58′13″W / 46.8731°N 119.9703°W / 46.8731; -119.9703 (Wanapum Dam) Columbia River 1,038 Grant County Public Utility District 2011-2018 [4]
Wells Dam Chelan and Douglas counties 47°56′49″N 119°51′55″W / 47.9469°N 119.8653°W / 47.9469; -119.8653 (Wells Dam) Columbia River 851 Douglas County Public Utility District 1967–1969 [4]
Wynoochee Dam Grays Harbor County, Washington 47°23′06″N 123°36′19″W / 47.3851°N 123.6052°W / 47.3851; -123.6052 (Wynoochee Dam) Wynoochee River 12.8 Tacoma Power 1994 [4]
Yale Dam Clark and Cowlitz counties 45°57′46″N 122°20′08″W / 45.9628°N 122.3355°W / 45.9628; -122.3355 (Yale Dam) Lewis River (Washington) 134 PacifiCorp 1953 [4]

Wind

Name Location Coordinates Capacity
(MW)
Year
opened
Ref
Wild Horse Wind Farm Kittitas County 47°01′07″N 120°12′58″W / 47.01861°N 120.21611°W / 47.01861; -120.21611 (Wild Horse Wind Farm) 273 2006, 2009 [15]
Marengo Wind Farm Columbia County 46°22′27″N 117°46′36″W / 46.37417°N 117.77667°W / 46.37417; -117.77667 (Marengo Wind Farm) 211 2007, 2008 [15][16]
White Creek Wind Farm Klickitat County 46°43′36″N 120°50′02″W / 46.72667°N 120.83389°W / 46.72667; -120.83389 (White Creek Wind Farm) 205 2007 [15][16]
Big Horn Wind Farm Klickitat County 45°45′22″N 120°48′31″W / 45.75611°N 120.80861°W / 45.75611; -120.80861 (Big Horn Wind Farm) 200 2006 [15][16]
Big Horn 2 Klickitat County 45°45′22″N 120°48′31″W / 45.75611°N 120.80861°W / 45.75611; -120.80861 (Big Horn Wind Farm) 50 2011 [15][16]
Palouse Wind Farm Whitman County 47°09′21″N 117°21′52″W / 47.1558°N 117.3644°W / 47.1558; -117.3644 (Palouse Wind Farm) 105 2012 [15][16]
Stateline Wind Farm
(Vansycle Wind)
Walla Walla County 46°02′14″N 118°48′24″W / 46.03722°N 118.80667°W / 46.03722; -118.80667 (Stateline Wind Farm) 177 2001 [15]
Hopkins Ridge Wind Farm Columbia County 46°24′07″N 117°48′44″W / 46.40194°N 117.81222°W / 46.40194; -117.81222 (Hopkins Ridge Wind Farm) 157 2005, 2008 [15][16]
Harvest Wind Farm Klickitat County 45°48′51″N 120°20′50″W / 45.81417°N 120.34722°W / 45.81417; -120.34722 (Harvest Wind Farm) 99 2009 [15][16]
Nine Canyon Wind Farm Benton County 46°06′14″N 119°08′54″W / 46.10389°N 119.14833°W / 46.10389; -119.14833 (Nine Canyon Wind Farm) 99 2002 [15][16]
Goodnoe Hills Wind Farm Klickitat County 45°46′46″N 120°31′25″W / 45.77944°N 120.52361°W / 45.77944; -120.52361 (Goodnoe Hills Wind Farm) 94 2008 [15][16]
Coastal Energy Grays Harbor County 46°47′38″N 124°04′01″W / 46.79389°N 124.06694°W / 46.79389; -124.06694 (Coastal Energy) 6 2010 [15][16]
Lower Snake River Wind Project Garfield County 46°28′46″N 117°37′50″W / 46.479364°N 117.630615°W / 46.479364; -117.630615 (Lower Snake River Wind Facility) 342.7 2012 [17]
Juniper Canyon Klickitat County 45°54′08″N 120°12′26″W / 45.90222°N 120.20722°W / 45.90222; -120.20722 (Juniper Canyon) 151.2 2011 [18][16]
Kittitas Valley Wind Farm
(Sagebrush Wind)
Kittitas County 47°9′14″N 120°40′43″W / 47.15389°N 120.67861°W / 47.15389; -120.67861 (Kittitas Valley Wind) 100.8 2010 [15][16]
Vantage Wind Power Project Kittitas County 46°57′15″N 120°11′09″W / 46.95417°N 120.18583°W / 46.95417; -120.18583 (Vantage Wind Power Project) 90 2010 [19][16]
Linden Ranch Klickitat County 45°44′34″N 120°46′56″W / 45.74278°N 120.78222°W / 45.74278; -120.78222 (Linden Ranch) 50 2010 [15][16]
Windy Flats Klickitat County 45°44′31″N 120°43′32″W / 45.74194°N 120.72556°W / 45.74194; -120.72556 (Windy Flats) 262.4 2009 [16]
Windy Point
(Tuolumne Wind)
Klickitat County 45°45′57″N 120°39′07″W / 45.76583°N 120.65194°W / 45.76583; -120.65194 (Windy Point) 137.6 2009 [16]
Tucannon River Wind Farm Columbia County 46°28′26″N 117°35′48″W / 46.47389°N 117.59667°W / 46.47389; -117.59667 (Tucannon River Wind Farm) 267 2014 [20][16]
Swauk Valley Ranch Wind Kittitas County 47°8′30″N 120°45′15″W / 47.14167°N 120.75417°W / 47.14167; -120.75417 (Swauk Valley Ranch Wind) 4.3 2012 [21][16]
Skookumchuck Wind Farm Lewis and Thurston Counties 46°44′23″N 122°38′14″W / 46.739713057595985°N 122.63717455234942°W / 46.739713057595985; -122.63717455234942 (Skookumchuck Wind Farm) 136 2020 [22]

Solar

Only utility scale projects larger than 1 MW are listed.

Name Location Coordinates Capacity
(MWAC)
Year
opened
Ref
Adams Nielson Solar Farm Adams County 46°57′19″N 118°37′16″W / 46.955280°N 118.621244°W / 46.955280; -118.621244 (Adams Nielson Solar Farm) 28 2018 [23][24][4]
Camas Solar Project Kittitas County 6.7 2022 [25]
Horn Rapids Solar Benton County 4 2020 [25]
Lund Hill Solar Project Klickitat County 45°53′46″N 120°16′23″W / 45.896°N 120.273°W / 45.896; -120.273 (Lund Hill photovoltaic plant) 194 2022 [26]
Penstemon Solar Project Kittitas County 6.7 2022 [27]
Urtica Solar Project Kittitas County 6.7 2022 [25]

Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Combustion

Name Location Coordinates Capacity
(MW)
Year
opened
Ref
Spokane Waste to Energy (WTE) Facility Spokane County 47°37′35″N 117°30′17″W / 47.62639°N 117.50472°W / 47.62639; -117.50472 (Spokane Waste to Energy Facility) 22 1991 [28]

Former facilities

Station Location Type Capacity
(MW)
Status Year opened Year closed
Elwha Dam Clallam County, Washington Hydroelectric 14.8 Demolished 1913 2012
Glines Canyon Dam Clallam County, Washington Hydroelectric 13.3 Demolished 1927 2014
Satsop Nuclear Power Plant Grays Harbor County, Washington Nuclear 2480 Canceled N/A 1977
Condit Hydroelectric Project Klickitat County, Washington Hydroelectric 14.7 Demolished 1913 2011

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Electricity Data Browser, Net generation for all sectors, Washington, Fuel Type-Check all, Annual, 2001–22". www.eia.gov. Retrieved January 22, 2024.
  2. ^ "Washington Electricity Profile". U.S. Energy Information Administration. Retrieved July 18, 2022.
  3. ^ "Washington Electricity Profile Analysis". U.S. EIA. Retrieved January 15, 2021.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as Energy Information Administration (September 15, 2020). "Form EIA-860 detailed data with previous form data (EIA-860A/860B)". eia.gov. Archived from the original on September 18, 2020.
  5. ^ Originally referred to as the Satsop Combustion Turbine as noted in Grays Harbor Energy Center.
  6. ^ "Alder Dam". Tacoma Public Utilities. Retrieved January 22, 2021.
  7. ^ "Cowlitz Falls Project". Lewis County Public Utilities District. February 7, 2017. Retrieved January 22, 2021.
  8. ^ a b "Cushman Hydro Project". Tacoma Public Utilities. Retrieved January 22, 2021.
  9. ^ "Jackson Hydro Project". Snohomish County Public Utilities District. Retrieved January 22, 2021.
  10. ^ "Lake Chelan Dam". Chelan County Public Utility District. Retrieved January 22, 2021.
  11. ^ "LaGrande Dam". Tacoma Public Utilities. Retrieved January 22, 2021.
  12. ^ "Our Energy Mix - Spokane River Project - Long Lake Hydroelectric". Avista Corp. Retrieved January 22, 2021.
  13. ^ "Mayfield Dam". Tacoma Public Utilities. Retrieved January 22, 2021.
  14. ^ "Mossyrock Dam". Tacoma Public Utilities. Retrieved January 22, 2021.
  15. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Staff (July 2010). "U.S. Wind Energy Projects - Washington". American Wind Energy Association. Archived from the original on December 31, 2008. Retrieved July 28, 2010.
  16. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Staff. "The Wind Power - Wind Farms". Retrieved December 15, 2016.
  17. ^ Puget Sound Energy. "Lower Snake River Wind Facility Fact Sheet" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on March 7, 2012. Retrieved January 16, 2013.
  18. ^ "Juniper Canyon - Phase 1 | Renewable Northwest". www.rnp.org. Archived from the original on November 17, 2015.
  19. ^ Vantage Wind Energy Project
  20. ^ Tucannon River Wind Farm
  21. ^ Renewable Project Northwest
  22. ^ 2020/dec-2020/skookumchuck-wind-facility-in-washington-operational.html "Skookumchuck Wind Facility in Washington is Operational". www.southerncompany.com. Retrieved December 1, 2020. ((cite web)): Check |url= value (help)
  23. ^ Adams Nielson Solar Farm
  24. ^ Kramer, Becky (November 9, 2018). "'Harvesting the sun':Washington state's largest solar farm nears production". The Seattle Times. Archived from the original on November 21, 2018.
  25. ^ a b c "Form EIA-860 detailed data with previous form data (EIA-860A/860B)". EIA.
  26. ^ Lund Hill Solar Project
  27. ^ "Washington Solar | SEIA". www.seia.org. Retrieved August 19, 2023.
  28. ^ Spokane's Waste to Energy (WTE) Facility
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