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  • 125th Anniversary

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    Looking back over the past 125 years, it is amazing to see how the world has changed. And at the heart of that change are the people of Avista. Dedicated innovators, tireless workers and savvy business leaders who help shape the region and the energy industry.

    Avista is proud to have served the residents, businesses and communities of eastern Washington, northern Idaho and parts of southern and eastern Oregon over the past 125 years. From the first hydroelectric generators on the Spokane River to state-of-the-art wind turbines gracing the Palouse hills, Avista has always been an energy leader.

    For more information on Avista's 125th Anniversary, visit avistalegacy.com/125th-anniversary Show less
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    Watch the Avista 101 Series and learn how things work.
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  • Huntington Park Renovation Play all

    At the heart of Avista is the Spokane River. And at the heart of the Spokane River is Huntington Park. The park is named after David L. Huntington, Washington Water Power's 3rd president, from 1910 to 1927. Huntington led WWP during a time of unprecedented expansion. He is an example of Avista’s proud legacy of innovation and service.

    Avista redeveloped this park to give residents and visitors a close-up look at the awesome power of this great river. Located on the south bank of the Spokane River, within the shadow of the original Washington Water Power Post St. substation and the spray zone of the Lower Falls, Huntington Park is a legacy to the city and leadership that made Avista what it is today.
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