NorthWestern Energy’s Laurel Generating Station is critical to an even cleaner energy future
Date:Oct 21, 2021
NorthWestern Energy, a leader in delivering clean, affordable energy, is adding the 24/7 energy resource, the Laurel Generating Station, to our 70% carbon-free power serving Montana today to ensure continued reliable energy service.
NorthWestern to Host Third Quarter 2021 Financial Results Webinar
Date:Oct 4, 2021
investor conference call and webinar on Monday, October 25, 2021, at 3:30 p.m. Eastern to review its financial results for the quarter ending September 30, 2021. The Company also plans to issue a news release detailing its second quarter financial results the evening of October 24, 2021.
Approval application for capacity resources will be withdrawn from Montana Public Service Commission
Date:Sep 21, 2021
NorthWestern Energy filed a motion with the Montana Public Service Commission to suspend the docket timeline for the approval for capacity resources filed in the spring of 2021. NorthWestern Energy intends to withdraw the application for approval of the Laurel Generating Station and instead anticipates seeking a review and recovery of the asset through a general rate filing after completion.
Public cautioned to stay out of Missouri River riverbed in area of Rainbow Dam during reservoir water drawdown
Date:Aug 30, 2021
On Sept. 6 NorthWestern Energy will begin drawing water down in Rainbow Reservoir upstream from Rainbow Dam about 3.5 feet. The draw down will allow Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks to conduct maintenance on effluent pipes at Giant Springs State Fish Hatchery on Sept. 7.
Drought conditions mean lower water levels at Hebgen Reservoir required to protect Madison River fisheries
Date:Jul 26, 2021
Current drought conditions, the result of low snowpack, low spring precipitation and recent hot, dry weather are resulting in lower water levels at Hebgen reservoir to protect fisheries on the lower Madison River.
NorthWestern Energy implements fire season precautions
Date:Jul 23, 2021
Patrolling before lines are reenergized is among the fire-season precautions employed by NorthWestern Energy. Project and maintenance work generally begins and finishes earlier in the day to minimize the time crews are in the field during the hottest hours when fire risk increases. NorthWestern Energy works closely with local agencies to determine those field hours.
NorthWestern Energy’s formal response team is prepared to work with wildfire management if fires are a threat to the electric or gas system, which could disrupt critical energy service.
NorthWestern Energy offers energy savings tips as forecast calls for hot, dry weather
Date:Jul 22, 2021
The weather forecast for NorthWestern Energy’s service area in South Dakota and Nebraska calls for hot temperatures with little chance of rain through the end of July and the first days of August. NorthWestern Energy reminds customers that there are actions they can take to conserve energy that will help save money on energy bills.