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Browse reports Reports by Topic Power Plan Fish and Wildlife Program Subbasin Plans Financial Reports Independent Scientific Advisory Board Independent Scientific Review Panel Independent Economic Analysis Board Columbia River History Project CloseNews Council Seeks Comments on Draft Addendum to Fish and Wildlife Program Jul 17, 2019John Harrison Addendum revises and updates key parts of the 2014 Program while leaving the remainder intact. Navigating a complex path to a secure energy future Jun 13, 2019Ben Kujala 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 Jun 13, 2019Carol Winkel 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 Jun 13, 2019John Harrison 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. The New Normal for Electricity Markets Conjures Bad Memories; Forewarned, Will We Be Better Prepared? May 17, 2019John Harrison Act now to be ready for summer and winter demand peaks in light of coal plant retirements and state polices limiting carbon emissions, experts advise. What’s Next for Solar Generation? May 16, 2019Steve Simmons The equipment and installation costs for these systems continue to decline, making them even more attractive for consumers who want to generate their own onsite clean electricity – referred to as "behind the meter" solar Northern Pike Could Be Devastating to Salmon and Steelhead, Scientists Warn in Report on Predation May 14, 2019John Harrison Salmon and steelhead populations could collapse if Northern Pike escape Lake Roosevelt and establish downstream. Collaboration is Key to Balancing Fish and Wildlife Restoration with Conservation, Idaho's Fish and Game Director Tells Council May 13, 2019John Harrison Many forces act on fish, wildlife, and the people who want to harvest them, creating a difficult balancing act for managers. Council Seeking Comments on its Draft Budget for FY 2021 and FY 2020 Revised May 9, 2019 The Council is seeking comments on the proposed draft budget for Fiscal Year 2021 and Fiscal Year 2020 Revised. Efficiency Exchange Conference Highlights Energy Efficiency Innovations and Trends May 7, 2019Carol Winkel The Northwest is a leader in energy efficiency, our second largest resource, thanks in part to knowledge building conferences like the Efficiency Exchange. Ocean Expedition To Study Salmon in Winter Was a Unique Experience for Scientist, In Many Ways Apr 16, 2019 From the ship's cat to the cluttered laboratory and lace curtains on the portholes, Laurie Wietkamp found that life aboard the Professor Kaganovskiy was just a bit different that what she was used to. White Sturgeon In the Columbia River Basin: Some Good News, Some Bad News, Some Unknowns Apr 15, 2019John Harrison The healthiest populations are those than can still reach the ocean; for others, hatcheries and habitat improvements target declining stocks Economic Drivers of the 2021 Power Plan Apr 12, 2019Carol Winkel The state of the economy is a critical factor in determining future energy needs, so analyzing the key economic drivers and developing a regional load forecast is one of the first tasks to complete on the way to building the Council's regional power plan. Lack of Funding Hampers Management of Columbia River Eulachon, a Threatened Species Apr 11, 2019John Harrison Once wildly prolific, eulachon, also known as smelt, are declining, and a lack of funding affects research and management of this very popular fish. The Role of Advisory Committees in Developing the Northwest Regional Power Plan Apr 11, 2019Andrea Goodwin When Congress passed the Northwest Power Act in 1980, it signaled a major shift toward greater local, public participation in the energy policy decisions that affect everyone in the region. One key as The Northwest’s Regional Power Plan: Its Role in Securing Our Power Supply Apr 11, 2019Mark Walker The Pacific Northwest’s approach to energy planning is different from just about everywhere else in the world: It is a regionally coordinated, public process where everyone can help decide how we meet our energy needs. Gas Prices Spike in Response to Late Winter Cold Spell and Pipeline Constraints Mar 22, 2019Steve Simmons A late winter cold spell and natural gas infrastructure constraints contribute to high gas and electricity prices in the Northwest. 2019 Columbia River Basin Salmon and Steelhead Runs Should Be Better Than 2018, Agencies Predict Mar 15, 2019John Harrison Twice as many salmon and steelhead are predicted to return to the Columbia River Basin in 2019 as returned last year, Washington, Oregon, and Idaho state fish biologists reported at the Council’s March meeting. Registration Opens For September International Columbia River Conference Mar 14, 2019 The conference in Kimberley, British Columbia, will address key issues including the Columbia River Treaty and climate change, and is being co-hosted by the Columbia Basin Trust and the Northwest Power and Conservation Council. Comments requested on 2018 Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program Costs Report Mar 14, 2019 The Council requests public comment on this draft report by April 15, 2019 As More States Become Eligible, Competition For Funding For Invasive Mussel Watercraft Inspections Could Increase Mar 8, 2019John Harrison While federal funding to inspect watercraft entering the four Northwest states is secure for 2019, beginning in 2020 a dozen more states will be eligible. Idaho Governor Little Appoints Jeffery Allen to Northwest Power and Conservation Council Mar 5, 2019 Allen has been the Council’s Idaho Office Director and Policy Analyst since 2008. He now joins Jim Yost as the second Idaho representative on the Council. Keeping the Lights on While Lowering Emissions Feb 15, 2019Carol Winkel Study finds it's possible to maintain resource adequacy for a deeply decarbonized grid, as long as sufficient firm capacity is available during periods of low wind, solar, and hydro production. Good For Fish, Good For Power Feb 15, 2019John Harrison The spill strategy aims to increase benefits to salmon and steelhead without additional cost to hydropower generation. Register Now for Efficiency Exchange 2019 Feb 13, 2019 The conference is the premier networking and learning conference for energy efficiency professionals in the Northwest.
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