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Sizing Up Onshore Wind Generation
Mike Starrett briefed the power committee on how staff will model onshore wind generation in its 2021 regional power plan. Wind is the largest source of renewable energy in the U.S. and the Northwest's second largest renewable resource after hydro generation.
Natural Gas Price Forecast: Abundant supplies, low cost for now
In preparation for the Council's 2021 regional power plan, Senior Economic Analyst Steven Simmons presented analysis on the price forecast for natural gas, which is a strong indicator of electricity prices and resource developments, and is therefore a key input in the Council's modeling.
Council Begins Review of Resident Fish and Sturgeon Projects in the Fish and Wildlife Program
The 47 projects account for about $35 million in annual spending. Project sponsors will be asked to revise their projects based on how well they have performed. The Independent Scientific Review Panel will review the proposals. The review is expected to conclude next summer.
Fish and Wildlife Program Cost Savings Help Pay For Fish Screen Repairs
Submerged for nearly 30 years, an irrigation canal's fish screens needed major repairs. Cost savings from projects in the Council's program paid for the work.
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.