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Fish and Wildlife Director Tony Grover Retires From the Council
Tony Grover, the Council’s longest serving fish and wildlife division director, announced his retirement from the Council.
A Pile of Retirements: The Next 10 Years for Western Coal Plants
Coal has been used to generate electricity from the beginning of the electric grid. But generating electricity from coal, at least in the West, may become a thing of the past. And utilities' plans indicate the decline of coal generation in the West will be rapid over the next decade.
Imagining the Future to Prepare for It
Scenarios provide critical information to aid the region in navigating through a volatile and uncertain energy future.
Montana, Tribes Seek Partners to Help in Fight Against Invasive Freshwater Mussels
Accelerated effort would include longer hours for boat inspection stations and additional funding.
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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