FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | February 14, 2020 Vancouver, Wash. – The Northwest Public Power Association has hired Mike Hyatt-Evenson to be the association’s director of learning and workforce development effective February 18. Hyatt-Evenson fills the position left by Elaine Dixon, who retired
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | December 18, 2019 Contact: Brenda Dunn (email@example.com) | (360) 816-1453 NWPPA Executive Director Scott Corwin to Testify on Wildfire and Electric Utilities in Senate Energy Committee Vancouver, Wash. –Northwest Public Power Association Executive Director Scott Corwin will testify on
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—September 20, 2019 Vancouver, Wash. – The Northwest Public Power Association’s 2019 Northwest Communications & Energy Innovations Conference (NIC) Planning Committee has selected Franklin County PUD’s Debbie Bone-Harris as this year’s winner of the Lacy Peoples Award for her lifetime commitment
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—September 19, 2019 Vancouver, Wash. – The Excellence in Communication contest, which recognizes the top communication efforts from Northwest Public Power Association member utilities and associations, turned 26 years old this year and celebrated another record-breaking year at the Northwest Communications
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—May 29, 2019 Vancouver, WA. –Last week at its 79th Annual Conference and Membership Meeting in Sacramento, Calif., the Northwest Public Power Association presented its annual awards to individuals within the public power community. See the attached for information on the
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—April 16, 2019 Vancouver, Wash. – Last week, Clark Public Utilities Environmental Resources Manager Jeff Wittler received the NWPPA Safety Heroism Award at the association’s 2019 Engineering & Operations Conference on April 9 in Spokane. Wittler received the award for his
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—April 15, 2019 Vancouver, Wash. – An annual tradition, the 2019 Northwest Public Power Association Safety Award winners were announced at last week’s Engineering & Operations Conference in Spokane, Wash., on April 11. Safety contest awards are based upon a review
Vancouver, WA. – Today the Northwest Public Power Association announced that its board of trustees has selected Scott Corwin to be the association’s next executive director, effective May 1. Corwin will step in as Anita Decker retires after five years with NWPPA and
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