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RNP Press Release
June 13, 2012

Renewable Northwest Project Announces New Hire

Portland, Ore. (June 13, 2012) - Renewable Northwest Project (RNP), the region’s leading renewable energy advocacy group, today announced the hire of a new staff member.

Dina Dubson joined Renewable Northwest Project as Staff Counsel, bringing added talent to the organization’s policy team. Dubson will advocate for clean energy in state and federal regulatory proceedings.

Dubson brings a wealth of energy policy and advocacy experience to her new role.

Her prior law practice focused on advising utilities and independent power producers on energy issues.

"We are very pleased that Dina Dubson has joined our team," said Rachel Shimshak, executive director at Renewable Northwest Project. "Her knowledge of regional issues and experience with regulatory affairs will fortify our efforts to advance the responsible development of renewable energy resources."

Dubson previously worked in the Energy Development Group at Stoel Rives LLP, where she represented wind and solar interests in challenging Bonneville Power Administration’s wind and solar integration policy. She has published several papers on renewable energy and policy issues. In addition, she is active in several community organizations and serves on the Boards of the Portland Chapter of Women of Wind Energy and the Oregon Area Jewish Committee. She holds a J.D. from the University of Oregon Law School and a B.A. from Tufts University.

Renewable Northwest Project is a regional nonprofit advocacy organization promoting the expansion of environmentally responsible renewable energy resources in the Northwest. For more information, visit http://www.rnp.org/.

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For more information contact:

Erin Greeson
(503) 223-4544
erin@rnp.org

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