This food will give us gas.

A new facility in southwest Washington is going to have an awfully big appetite. The new 66,000-square-foot facility being developed by Divert will be able to take up to 100,000 tons of discarded and unsellable food waste from grocery stores and turn it into renewable...

Absolutely electrifying!

Washington is well on its way to a carbon-neutral future. With significant investments in clean energy production, a commitment to an electrified transportation grid and sustainable aviation, the state is closing in on its aggressive and meaningful climate goals. This...

Closing the climate loop.

Mealworms may not seem like a very sexy business to get into, or for a rural community like Cashmere to get excited about. But there are plenty of reasons for excitement, in part because Beta Hatch’s forward-thinking promises to create new jobs while using a...

Alice in Orderland.

How could we resist? Eviation’s new all-electric aircraft is heading down a rabbit hole of new orders. The latest firm to sign on is U.K. regional aircraft lessor MONTE, who announced they would order up to 30 of the commuter aircraft for their operations. That brings...

No extension cord needed.

It’s not every day that a legendary airline and an industry disruptor join forces to change the way we think about the future of air travel. But that’s just what happened this week as Alaska Airlines handed the keys of a de Havilland Dash-8 Q400 over to ZeroAvia in...

An electrifying history indeed.

Long before the Prius and Tesla there was the Electruc. If you’ve never heard of it, you’re not alone. But it demonstrates the forward-thinking mindset of Washington’s best and brightest. Yes, that’s a light joke, since it was Seattle City...

Washington’s new power couple.

Broadband access continues to be a problem in rural parts of the country. But Microsoft and the Chelan County Public Utility District may have just killed the proverbial two birds with one stone.The two organizations announced a unique partnership Friday where the PUD...

Safe from the big blow.

In advance of Hurricane Florence, Volvo and Boeing both shut down their factories in South Carolina. While it’s tough to get hundreds of new Volvos out of the way of an advancing storm that is hundreds of miles wide, Boeing could take heart in the fact that...