BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The developer of a proposed $180 million southern Idaho solar energy project hopes to be delivering electricity within months, despite past rejections by regulators.

    Peter Richardson, a Boise energy lawyer and one of the project’s developers, said a decision from the Idaho Public Utilities Commission expected within weeks may resolve a fight with Idaho Power Co. over whether it must buy electricity from three 20-megawatt solar farms planned near Grandview, 40 miles from Boise.