Among the Bonneville Power Administration dams that provide electricity to Washington state customers is the Grand Coulee Dam on the Columbia River in northcentral Washington. (Bureau of Reclamation)

Among the Bonneville Power Administration dams that provide electricity to Washington state customers is the Grand Coulee Dam on the Columbia River in northcentral Washington. (Bureau of Reclamation)

Editorial: 100 percent clean electricity in state achievable

Utilties, such as Snohomish PUD, are showing we can get all our electricity from renewable sources.

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