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Bonneville Power Administration introduces Trade Ally Network NW, a comprehensive program serving lighting and HVAC trade allies throughout the region.

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What's New In Energy Efficiency

NXT Level Spotlight: Sam Fisher, Electrical Wholesale Supply

Sam Fisher, a sales rep for Electrical Wholesale Supply’s (EWS) Meridian branch, first learned about the NXT Level training program from Idaho Power. The timing was perfect; he wanted to acquire more technical knowledge about lighting and learn better ways to sell the technology and program incentives. “The NXT Level experience has improved how I …

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NXT Level Spotlight: Ross Pearson, Northwest Edison

Ross Pearson, Senior Project Developer at Northwest Edison’s Bothell office, was among the first to earn his NXT Level designation when the program debuted in 2016. “We heard about it at a regional energy efficiency training and saw the value to our business immediately,” he said. Pearson went on to complete the training as an …

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Leader of the Pack: Johnson Controls and the Libby School District

The Libby School District, located in northwestern Montana, serves approximately 1,200 students in a community just south of the Canadian border. Burdened with an antiquated lighting system, the district worked with Johnson Controls to invest in modern, energy-efficient lighting technology to save energy, and reduce utility and maintenance costs. And they financed it through the …

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