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Big Job for a Little Dog
Using her sensitive nose, Puddles is helping protect Washington state from being invaded by freshwater mussels, which could cause millions of dollars in damages if they were to establish in lakes and rivers.
Downen Appointed to Power Council from Montana
In July, Montana Governor Steve Bullock appointed Bo Downen, director, environmental and regional affairs at the Public Power Council, a regional association of consumer-owned electric utilities, to replace Tim Baker as a Montana member of the Northwest Power and Conservation Council.
Resource Adequacy Symposium is Coming This Fall
Registration is underway for the Resource Adequacy Symposium, hosted by the Northwest Power Pool in Portland on October 2.
Council Recommends 48 Projects to Implement the Fish and Wildlife Program
This month the Council recommended 48 fish and wildlife projects to the Bonneville Power Administration for funding which, if all are implemented, total more than $43 million.
A plan for energy efficiency, demand response, and existing natural gas plants key to ensuring a reliable, low-cost, clean power supply.
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.
The draft addendum is available comment, including schedule of hearings and how to comment. Comments due October 18, 2019 .
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