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News | Northwest Power and Conservation Council Header Menu Contact Search About Integrating energy and the environment in the Columbia River Basin About the Council Mission and Strategy Members and Staff Bylaws Policies Careers / RFPs News See what the Council is up to. Read the latest news Read All News Press Resources Newsletters International Columbia River Explore News by Topic Fish and Wildlife Planning Salmon and Steelhead Wildlife Energy Planning Energy Efficiency Demand Response Fish and Wildlife The Council works to protect and enhance fish and wildlife in the Columbia River Basin. Its Fish & Wildlife Program guides project funding by the Bonneville Power Administration. 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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 2018 Energy Efficiency Improvements Keep Region On Track Toward Regional Power Plan Goals Sep 20, 2019John Harrison Savings reported for 2018 are equal to the power demand of 164,000 Northwest homes; lighting improvements were a big contributor 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. 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. Council Approves Release of Final Methodology for Estimating Energy Efficiency Savings in the Northwest White Paper Nov 26, 2018 The white paper explains how energy efficiency savings estimates are developed by the Council and the Regional Technical Forum. Region Exceeds Two-Year Benchmark for Energy Efficiency Aug 15, 2018Jennifer Light In 2016 and 2017, the region achieved 404 average megawatts of electric energy efficiency savings, exceeding the first two-year efficiency target in the Council’s Seventh Northwest Power Plan (2016). Energy Efficiency Potential for Northwest Cannabis Growers Jun 5, 2018Carol Winkel As more cannabis is grown outdoors, less energy is used. Using more energy-efficient lighting, HVAC systems, and better-designed facilities will increase energy savings. Moving Energy Efficiency Forward in the Northwest: Apr 13, 2018Garrett Herndon After months of planning and an exhaustive review of hundreds of session topic submissions, the stage is now set for the region’s premier energy efficiency conference, Efficiency Exchange 2018. Expanding Energy Efficiency Programs to Hard-to-Reach Markets Apr 12, 2018Carol Winkel Utility programs targeting underserved populations generally performing well Can a Heat Pump Water Heater Installed in the Northwest Reduce Emissions Near the Grand Canyon? Mar 19, 2018John Ollis Say you live on the West side of the Cascades in Oregon and you just got a brand new heat pump water heater. You know you’re saving about 1,000 kilowatt-hours of energy a year New Era, New Challenges Mar 15, 2018John Harrison Bonneville Power Administration faces challenges to remain competitive, administrator says. Not Your Grandmother’s Thermostat Feb 16, 2018Garrett Herndon Since the invention of the thermostat over a century ago, temperature settings have been a point of contention in many homes and offices. That has changed. Smart or connected th LED Lighting Boosts Northwest Energy Savings in 2016 Oct 11, 2017John Harrison Energy efficiency savings continue to grow in the Northwest, now totaling an amount equal to the power demand of six Seattles. Energy Efficiency Exchange 2018 - Call for Topics Sep 20, 2017Garrett Herndon On May 15th and 16th of 2018, energy efficiency professionals from across the region will descend on Tacoma, Washington for Energy Efficiency Exchange 2018. We’re in the midst of planning and would love to hear from you. Electrification Is Creating New Loads, But Is It Electrical Energy Efficiency? Jul 24, 2017Ben Kujala Technology is changing our world at a rapid pace and in ways we couldn’t have imagined even a decade ago. Electrification is part of this change Efficiency Exchange 2017 Recap May 23, 2017Carol Winkel Hear what people are doing to advance energy efficiency in the Pacific Northwest. Efficiency Exchange Conference Highlights Energy Efficiency in a Changing Environment May 8, 2017Carol Winkel The Bonneville Power Administration and the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance, in partnership with the Northwest Power and Conservation Council and utilities throughout the N The Economic Impact of Energy Efficiency Standards Feb 28, 2017John Harrison In 2014, state and federal energy-efficiency codes for appliances, lights, motors, and other devices reduced electricity consumption by more than 2,500 average megawatts. That�� Growing Energy Efficiency and How We Measure It Jan 3, 2017Tina Jayaweera Since 1978, the Northwest has saved 6,000 average megawatts of electricity, and energy efficiency is now our second largest resource after hydropower. But how do we know it’s grown that much? Northwest Carbon Footprint Is Low and Getting Lower Dec 21, 2016Gillian Charles The electricity sector is the primary source of carbon dioxide emissions in the U.S., followed closely by the transportation sector. Together, they account for close to 70 percent of the nation’s emissions. Flat Loads Dec 20, 2016John Harrison For Northwest utilities, income from power sales and the rates charged per kilowatt-hour grew by more than 3 percent per year over the last 10 years, but customer bills grew just 1 percent per year thanks largely to warm weather and energy efficiency, both of which reduce demand for power. Northwest Again Leads Nation in Energy Efficiency Investments Nov 18, 2016John Harrison Northwest energy efficiency continues 30 years of improvements, saving consumers money and reducing carbon emissions because fewer new power plants had to be built Megawatt? A Powerful Question. Oct 20, 2016John Ollis What's a megawatt and what can it do? We explain. Transmission Group Finds Energy Efficiency Helps Defer Costs of Expanding the Grid Oct 17, 2016Carol Winkel Along with deferring the need to build new resources, energy efficiency also helps defer the costs of upgrading the region's transmission grid. Northwest Energy Savings Now Second Largest Resource Nov 20, 2015Carol Winkel In 2014, Northwest utilities developed 262 average megawatts of new energy savings, enough to power 180,000 homes each year, adding to the region’s impressive track record in achieving energy efficiency Potential Gains in Energy Efficiency Remain for Seventh Power Plan Mar 17, 2015Carol Winkel A preliminary assessment of potential energy efficiency shows that the region could gain about 5,100 average megawatts over the next 20 years
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