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System Integration Forum : Climate Change and the 2021 Power Plan Workshop

May 1, 2019 
9:30am - 4:00pm Pacific

Council Offices in Portland OR or by Webinar (see below)

This meeting is open to the public and all are welcome to attend in person or via webinar

The Northwest Power and Conservation Council is exploring incorporating the impact of climate change in its planning for the 2021 Power Plan .

Agenda:

9:30am      Introductions and Goals of the meeting 

 

9:40am       General Circulation/Climate Change/Earth System Models and how to select them - David Rupp , Oregon State University

 

10:10am       Representative Concentration Paths and what is the right RCP to select for council’s planning purposes - David Rupp, OSU

 

10:40am      Review of CC modeling in utility IRPs  - Gillian Charles, Council Staff

 

11:00am     Break

 

11:15am     Presentation by utilities on how they have incorporated climate change in their load forecast and resource planning

BPA - Reed DavisSeattle City Light - Ronda StrauchOther utility comments (in addition to IRP review topic above)

 

11:45am     Discussion of how to select GCM and RCP for the Plan, David Rupp lead group discussion

 

12:30pm    Get lunch and bring back to room (on your own)

 

Feel free to finish eating after we get started again! 

 

1:00pm   Discussions of methodology for incorporating GCM and RCP in the modeling works at the Council

Load Forecasting – Massoud Jourabchi and Daniel Hua Energy Efficiency – Charlie Grist and Daniel HuaResource Adequacy – John Ollis and Daniel HuaRegional Portfolio Model - John OllisNew and Existing Generation Resources - Gillian Charles & Mike Starrett  Forecast of Fuel price - Steve Simmons 

3:00pm      Break

 

3:15pm     Discussion on indirect/secondary impacts of Climate Change on economic and energy systems in the NW

Survey II on indirect impacts (fill out the survey ahead of time !)This survey presents a strawman proposal for capturing secondary impact of climate change on economic driver of the climate change Additional background info on the survey 

3:50pm     Next steps and future meetings and discussion

 

Webinar info for those who cannot attend in person:

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