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OPPOSE HB 2676 which reduces the incentives to produce additional new renewable energy

Friends, We urge you to contact your Representatives in the Washington State House to OPPOSE HB 2676.  This bill currently is in the House Rules Committee and may be voted on in the full House soon. This bill would reduce the incentives to produce additional new renewable energy by making power currently produced by the Bonneville Power Administration eligible for I-937 credits that would otherwise encourage new sources of clean energy.  The purpose of the Energy Independence Act of 2006 (I-937) was to encourage and reward the creation of new renewable energy sources in the state. Specifically, HB 2676 would allow incremental electricity produced as a result of efficiency improvements to hydroelectric generation projects whose energy output is marketed by the Bonneville Power Administration to qualify as an eligible renewable resource under the energy independence act. You could use the last two paragraphs above as your letter, but if you have time, adding a personal note is really helpful. Thank you! FCWPP Local Responses to Global Challenges Working Group and FCWPP Legislative Committee Contacting your legislators: Legislators’ email addresses are in the form:, so, for example, Rep. Frank Chopp is  Or you can leave a phone message for your legislators, using the Legislative Hotline at 1-800-562-6000.  To find the names of your current legislators, go to the website (, select Find Your Legislator, and enter your street address. ________________________________________________________________ In addition to your direct involvement in advocacy, FCWPP needs your financial support to continue its work. Credit card contributions may be made online at, by clicking on the “Donate” button near the top of the page on the right. Directions for making contributions by check is also on the website. Because FCWPP is a lobbying organization, contributions are not tax deductible.

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