Company Overview of PacifiCorp
PacifiCorp, a regulated electric utility company, generates, transmits, distributes, and sells electricity in the United States. It owns, or has interests in, various thermal, hydroelectric, wind-powered, and geothermal generating facilities, as well as in electric transmission and distribution assets; and supports its electric utility operations by providing coal mining services. The company also buys and sells electricity on the wholesale market with other utilities, energy marketing companies, financial institutions, and other market participants. It delivers electricity to customers in Utah, Wyoming, and Idaho under the Rocky Mountain Power trade name; and to customers in Oregon, Washing...
825 North East
Portland, OR 97232
Founded in 1910
Key Executives for PacifiCorp
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer, Vice President, Treasurer and Director
Director, Chief Executive Officer of Rocky Mountain Power and President of Rocky Mountain Power
Director, Chief Executive Officer of Pacific Power and President of Pacific Power
Assistant General Counsel and Assistant Secretary
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
PacifiCorp Key Developments
PacifiCorp Presents at 5th California Energy Summit 2017, May-17-2017 08:30 AM
May 10 17
PacifiCorp Presents at 5th California Energy Summit 2017, May-17-2017 08:30 AM. Venue: Doubletree Suites by Hilton Hotel Santa Monica, 1707 Fourth Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401, United States. Speakers: Sarah E Edmonds, Vice President of Transmission Strategy, Policy and Corporate Compliance.
Talen Montana, LLC Reaches Settlement with Puget Sound Energy, Avista Corporation, Portland General Electric Company, Northwestern Corporation and PacifiCorp
Jul 12 16
Talen Montana, LLC and the five other owners of the Colstrip Steam Electric Station (Puget Sound Energy, Avista Corporation, Portland General Electric Company, NorthWestern Corporation and PacifiCorp) have reached a proposed settlement in a lawsuit filed in 2013 by Sierra Club and the Montana Environmental Information Center under the Clean Air Act. The proposed consent decree, if approved by the United States District Court for the District of Montana, would resolve the litigation against all four Colstrip units and provide liability releases to the owners of all four units. The core elements of the proposed settlement include a commitment to cease operations of Units 1 and 2 on or before July 1, 2022, and liability releases for the owners of all four units, without requiring monetary payments to the plaintiffs. Apart from outright dismissal of all claims against Units 3 and 4, those units are not affected by the proposed settlement. Aside from the July 1, 2022 deadline in the proposed settlement, there is no formal plan or timeline currently in place for retiring Units 1 and 2.
Environmental Groups File Suit Against PacifiCorp
Mar 23 16
Months after threatening to do so, environmental groups have filed a lawsuit against PacifiCorp arguing that the company has not dealt with contamination problems tied to coal ash from its Huntington power plant in Utah. Months after threatening to do so, environmental groups have filed a lawsuit against PacifiCorp arguing that the company has not dealt with contamination problems tied to coal ash from its Huntington power plant in Utah. The Sierra Club and the Healthy Environment Alliance of Utah, or HEAL Utah, filed the complaint on Feb. 12 and served it to PacifiCorp on March 21. The groups, which filed the lawsuit with the U.S. District Court for the District of Utah with the assistance of Public Justice, in October 2015 warned the Berkshire Hathaway Energy subsidiary that they would sue if the company did not stop alleged Clean Water Act violations from discharges of coal ash pollutants into streams around the plant.
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