Fledgling paper mill squares off with PGE over fees

The mill at Willamette Falls, about 13 miles up the Willamette River from downtown Portland, dates back to 1889.

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In 2005, West Linn Paper Co. ditched its local utility, Portland General Electric, and began purchasing energy through an independent supplier.

Utility regulators now face the question of whether that move into Oregon's direct access energy program still applies, after West Linn Paper was forced into bankruptcy, shuttered, and a new owner bought its assets and began operating the 131-year-old mill.

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Source: Portland Business Journal

 

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