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Clark Public Utilities tests helicopter inspections

October 12, 2020, 3:12pm Business

This summer’s record-breaking spate of West Coast wildfires has put a renewed focus on the risks of high-voltage transmission lines in remote areas and the role that utility companies play… Read story

Power restored after outage affects nearly 4,000 customers in east Vancouver

July 3, 2020, 8:15am Clark County News

Thousands of Clark Public Utilities customers in east Vancouver are without power this morning, according to the utility's website. Read story

More than 1,600 customers in downtown Vancouver were without power Wednesday morning.

Updated: Power outage in downtown Vancouver affects 1,614 customers

More than 1,600 customers in downtown Vancouver were without power Wednesday morning.

May 13, 2020, 10:51am Latest News

A power outage reported at 10:31 a.m. in downtown Vancouver is affecting 1,614 customers. Read story

Energy Adviser: Review utility bill to save money

March 7, 2020, 6:04am Clark County Life

Setting up automatic bill payments is easier than ever, but it’s still important to review bills regularly for abnormalities and potential money-saving opportunities — especially utility bills. Read story

Nick Neathamer, left, and Rafer Stromme, members of the student grounds crew, clean solar panels at Clark Public Utilities in August. The panels need to be cleaned to remove dust to maximize energy production.

Clark Public Utilities shifts solar-panel revenue to Operation Warm Heart

Nick Neathamer, left, and Rafer Stromme, members of the student grounds crew, clean solar panels at Clark Public Utilities in August. The panels need to be cleaned to remove dust to maximize energy production.

December 27, 2019, 7:31pm Clark County News

Starting this month, Clark Public Utilities is donating the revenue from 680 solar panels to its in-house charity. Read story

Energy Adviser: Make sure home isn’t making you sick

August 20, 2019, 6:02am Clark County Life

Coming home at the end of a long day is one of the best feelings there is, especially when we’re not feeling well. But what if the conditions inside your home aren’t helping you get better and could be making your symptoms worse? Read story

Rafer Stromme, from left, Nick Neathamer and Spencer Black, members of the student grounds crew, clean solar panels at Clark Public Utilities’ operations center in Vancouver. In 2015, Clark Public Utilities launched a program that prompted about 700 customers to invest in the county’s largest solar array. The solar panels need to be cleaned to remove dust to maximize energy production, especially in the summer months.

Solar project pays off for Clark Public Utilities investors

Rafer Stromme, from left, Nick Neathamer and Spencer Black, members of the student grounds crew, clean solar panels at Clark Public Utilities’ operations center in Vancouver. In 2015, Clark Public Utilities launched a program that prompted about 700 customers to invest in the county’s largest solar array. The solar panels need to be cleaned to remove dust to maximize energy production, especially in the summer months.

August 14, 2019, 6:04am Clark County News

For Peter Greenfield, investing money in Clark Public Utilities’ community solar project was a “no-brainer.” Read story