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Jul 30, 2021 Avista reducing water discharge at Post Falls Dam to minimum flow requirement
SPOKANE, Wash. – July 30, 2021:  The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) license governing Avista’s Spokane River Project operations was issued in 2009, balancing the needs of all water users. This balance takes into account Coeur d’Alene Lake’s water levels and the Spokane River flows
Jul 15, 2021 Avista reminds customers to stay vigilant against scams
Spokane, Wash. - July 15, 2021: Avista urges customers to be alert to anyone pretending to be from Avista. If you receive a call or email from someone claiming to be an Avista representative demanding immediate payment or mentioning that your power would proactively be shut off, immediately end the
Jul 09, 2021 Avista Foundation Announces Second Quarter Grants Awards total $276,700 to support youth development and education
SPOKANE, Wash. – July 9, 2021: The Avista Foundation has announced the awarding of its second quarter grants totaling $276,700 to 25 non-profit organizations in Washington, Idaho and Oregon. The grants are intended to directly benefit youth development and education programming.  “Supporting
Jul 07, 2021 Avista Corp. Second Quarter 2021 Earnings Conference Call and Webcast Announced
SPOKANE, Wash. , July 07, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Avista Corp. (NYSE: AVA) will hold its quarterly conference call and webcast to discuss second quarter 2021 results on Wednesday, August 4, 2021 , at 10:30 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time . A news release with second quarter 2021 earnings information
Jul 02, 2021 Avista Makes Natural Gas Price Adjustment Filings in Idaho Overall changes in natural gas prices would be effective Sept. 1, 2021
SPOKANE, Wash. – July 2, 2021:  Avista (NYSE: AVA) has made two rate adjustment filings with the Idaho Public Utilities Commission (IPUC or Commission) that, if approved and when combined, are designed to increase overall natural gas revenue by approximately $7.1 million or 10.6% effective Sept.
Jul 01, 2021 No protective outages planned for Avista customers Thursday while monitoring in certain areas continues Customer conservation remains a key component of continued reliability
SPOKANE, Wash.  – July 1, 2021:  Avista does not plan to complete proactive protective outages on Thursday, as ongoing electricity conservation by customers, grid modifications and shifting of electric load has alleviated some of the strain on the electric system.
Jun 30, 2021 Avista expects reduced number of outages Wednesday in Spokane and Lewiston Customer conservation and ongoing system modifications reduce strain on electric grid
SPOKANE, Wash.  – June 30, 2021:  The strain on Avista’s electric system in Spokane, Wash. and Lewiston, Idaho has been reduced since Monday due to ongoing grid modifications, shifting of electric load and customer conservation of electricity despite continued record-breaking heat and all-time high
Jun 28, 2021 Avista requests its customers conserve electricity Voluntary conservation urged as the region experiences extreme heat.
SPOKANE, Wash.  – June 28, 2021:  Avista is asking its electric customers to reduce their use of electricity Monday, June 28 through Thursday, July 1 from 1 to 8 p.m. each day, as demand for energy has increased significantly with the unprecedented heat wave.
Jun 28, 2021 Avista acknowledges heat-related outages and plans for operations on Tuesday Continued conservation urged as extreme heat wave continues
SPOKANE, Wash.  – June 28, 2021:  Avista acknowledges the challenges created by the unplanned outages that impacted its customers throughout the afternoon and evening Monday, June 28 as a result of the extreme temperatures and significantly increased usage, and the company has made plans for
Jun 25, 2021 Avista takes precautionary measures for dry weather conditions Temporary changes could impact outage times in some situations
SPOKANE, Wash. – June 25, 2020: In response to dry summer conditions and increasing wildfire danger in the region, Avista is undertaking temporary changes to power line operations in its Washington and Idaho service area. These temporary changes are being made to decrease the potential for
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