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Council Seeks Comments on Draft Addendum to Fish and Wildlife Program
Addendum revises and updates key parts of the 2014 Program while leaving the remainder intact.
Navigating a complex path to a secure energy future
Planning for the power system is challenging. As planners, we try to determine how much electricity we will need over the next 20 years by evaluating uncertainty about weather, fuel prices, and changes in technology.
Climate Change in the 2021 Power Plan
How to incorporate climate change impacts in the Northwest power plan is a big question. The Council hosted a workshop on modeling climate change and presented its proposed approach.
Report Concludes Habitat Above Chief Joseph and Grand Coulee Dams Could Support Salmon and Steelhead
The report from the Upper Columbia United Tribes completes the first phase of a three-phase strategy in the Council’s 2014 Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program to assess the potential for reintroduction.
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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