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Assessing Future Energy Efficiency
At its May meeting, power division staff presented an assessment of the region’s energy efficiency potential that will be used in the 2021 Power Plan’s resource optimization and scenario analysis.
Update on Annual Greenhouse Emissions From the Power Sector
Annual carbon emissions from electricity generation in the Northwest have remained mostly flat over the last three years. With three average hydro years in a row, the region has been able to rely on steady, low-carbon energy from hydro, supplemented with primarily natural gas, as well as some coal, wind, and energy efficiency.
Regional Technical Forum 2019 Annual Report
The RTF Annual Report was presented at the Council’s May meeting, highlighting the ongoing work to verify energy savings in the Northwest, as well as some new areas to be analyzed.
Comment On The Draft 2020 Addendum To The Council's Columbia River Basin Fish And Wildlife Program
The geographic scope of the Council’s Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program is vast, from the Pacific Ocean to the mountains and plains of eastern Washington, northern and northeastern Oregon, most of Idaho, and a portion of western Montana.
The Council is developing its next Power Plan! Be part of the conversation
The Council works to protect and enhance fish and wildlife through its Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program. See the Program, and the tools, reviews and science behind it.
The RTF is a technical advisory committee to the Northwest Power and Conservation Council established in 1999 to develop standards to verify and evaluate energy efficiency savings.