Renewable Hydrogen Alliance is pleased to announce two new Founding Members- Mark Thompson, Sanger Law and Tacoma Power. Their support furthers RHA’s mission to create climate-neutral fuels from renewable electricity.

Tacoma Power is RHA’s fourth utility Founding Member, joining Puget Sound Energy, NW Natural, and Eugene Water & Electric Board.  Tacoma Power is a municipal owned utility in Washington State serving some 180,000 electric customers, primarily from clean, carbon-free hydroelectric power. Power Manager Clay Norris explains their interest in RHA: “Tacoma is encouraged and excited by prospects for more efficient use of surplus renewable electricity to make climate-neutral fuels.”

Mark Thompson recently joined Sanger Law PC, where he represents clients on energy matters.  Mark’s practice focuses on power project development, regulatory proceedings, and transactions.  Mark came to Sanger Law from NW Natural, where he was Senior Director of Rates and Regulatory Affairs.  He previously worked as Staff Counsel for the Public Power Council for seven years, representing PPC before the Bonneville Power Administration and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on energy supply and transmission issues. Mark is interested in helping further RHA’s mission and will also be providing routine legal counseling services to RHA..


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