Startup developing hydrogen-powered aviation to open facility in Everett
13 Jan 2022
ZeroAvia, a startup with facilities in the U.K. and California that aims to integrate hydrogen fuel cells with electric motors to power zero-emission aircraft, said Tuesday it will open a new research facility at Paine Field airport in Everett.
The project received a $350,000 grant from the Department of Commerce, part of the state’s push to promote “clean energy” technology here. It’s expected to provide jobs for an initial team of about 20 design and software engineers.
2022 Legislative Session is Off and RunningJan 13 2022
This week began with hearing's on Governor Jay Inslee's proposed 2022 Supplement Operating, Capital, and Transportation Budgets. Governor Inslee places an emphasis on moving beyond the pandemic by focusing on homelessness, poverty, salmon recovery, climate, and transportation. It is important to note the Proposed Supplemental Budget serves as the Governor's...
County receives $8.5M grant for floodplain restoration work along the Lower Skykomish RiverJan 13 2022
EVERETT, Wash., January 12, 2022 – Snohomish County’s Community Floodplain Solutions (CFS) program received a second grant of $8.5 million from the Washington State Department of Ecology’s Floodplains by Design program. The 2021 grant furthers the integrated floodplain management work that was funded in 2019 for the Skykomish River near...
International Economic Development Council Announces Terrie Battuello as Vice Chair of the Education and Certification Advisory CommitteeJan 13 2022
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The International Economic Development Council (IEDC) has announced the roster of Economic Development leaders that will serve on the organization’s Education and Certification Advisory Committee in 2022. Terrie Battuello, Vice President of Economic Development, Economic Alliance Snohomish County (WA), will serve as Vice Chair on the Education...