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(Salem, OR)  --  The full Senate is slated to vote today on a bill that would double Oregon's renewable energy mandate.  The House-passed bill would require that Oregon's two investor-owned utilities use sources such as solar and wind to serve 50-percent of their customers' energy demand by the year 2040.  The "Portland Tribune" reports the measure would also require utilities to stop paying for coal power to serve Oregon customers.  At least one of the utility companies is already on track to do that.
 

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