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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 CloseReports 2018 Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program Costs Report Mar 20, 20192019-5 This is the 18th year the Council has reported to the governors on the cost of implementing the Council’s Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program, which Bonneville funds. Report of Independent Auditors in Accordance with Federal Audit Requirements for Federal Awards and Financial Statements, FY 2018 Sep 30, 2018 See attached Moss-Adams audit which concluded September 30, 2018. The State of the Columbia River Basin, Fiscal Year 2018 Sep 13, 20182018-14 The pace of change in energy and fish and wildlife policy in the Columbia River Basin in 2018 has been rapid and, at times, turbulent. In this Draft Fiscal Year 2018 annual report to Congress, the Council reviews the state of the regional electric energy marketplace, particularly the role and position of the Bonneville Power Administration, and other energy-related issues relevant to the Council. 2017 Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program Costs Report Jul 11, 20182018-4 17th Annual Report to the Northwest Governors Fiscal Year 2020 Budget and 2019 Revisions May 15, 20182018-3 This budget was approved at the July 2018 Council meeting. The State of the Columbia River Basin, Fiscal Year 2017 Mar 23, 20182017-6 For the operators of the Northwest’s power system, 2017 was another challenging year. While our system continues to be low-cost and hydropower-based, changes in the way electricity is utilized, produced, stored, and delivered are sweeping the entire West. Report of Independent Auditors in accordance with OMB Circular A-133 and Financial Statements, FY 2017 Sep 30, 2017 See attached Moss-Adams audit which concluded September 30, 2017. 2016 Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program Costs Report May 10, 20172017-2 Comment on this 16th Annual Report to the Northwest Governors by July 21. Fiscal Year 2019 Budget and 2018 Revisions Apr 17, 20172017-3 This draft budget was approved for public comment at the May 2017 Council meeting.  The State of the Columbia River Basin, Fiscal Year 2016 Feb 27, 20172016-11 In 2016, the Council adopted its Seventh Northwest Power Plan, which demonstrates that all, or nearly all, of the new demand for electricity over the next 20 years can be met with low-cost, zero-carbo Report of Independent Auditors in accordance with OMB Circular A-133 and Financial Statements, FY 2016 Sep 30, 2016 See attached Moss-Adams audit which concluded September 30, 2016. Fiscal Year 2018 Budget and 2017 Revisions Jul 13, 20162016-8 2015 Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program Costs Report May 12, 20162016-4 Comment on this 15th Annual Report to the Northwest Governors by June 10, 2016. The State of the Columbia River Basin, Fiscal Year 2015 Feb 1, 20162016-1 See how the Northwest is a national leader in the efficient use of electricity and in protecting and rebuilding fish and wildlife populations. Report of Independent Auditors in accordance with OMB Circular A-133 and Financial Statements, FY 2015 Sep 30, 2015 See attached Moss-Adams audit which concluded September 30, 2015. 2014 Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program Costs Report Jun 14, 20152015-06 This is the 14th year the Council has reported to the governors on the cost of implementing the Council’s Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program, which Bonneville funds. The purpose of the r Fiscal Year 2017 Budget and 2016 Revisions Apr 15, 20152015-07 The State of the Columbia River Basin Fiscal Year 2014 Feb 6, 20152015-02   In the 1980 Northwest Power Act, Congress granted the states, through the Council, a major role in planning future energy resources and protecting fish and wildlife affected by the Columbia River Report of Independent Auditors in accordance with OMB Circular A-133 and Financial Statements, FY 2014 Sep 30, 2014 See attached Moss-Adams audit which concluded September 30, 2014. Draft Fiscal Year 2014 Annual Report to Congress Sep 11, 20142014-07 The Council is requesting comment on its draft Annual Report to Congress. The Northwest Power Act requires us to report to Congress on the major issues and work of the Council to meet the requirements 2013 Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program Costs Report Sep 10, 20142014-11 Since 2001, in response to a request from the governors of the four Northwest states, the Council has reported annually on all costs related to fish and wildlife incurred by the Bonneville Power Admin Fiscal Year 2016 Budget and 2015 Revisions Jul 10, 20142014-06 Fiscal Year 2013 Annual Report to Congress Mar 3, 20142014-01 When Congress passed the Northwest Power Act in 1980, there were high hopes that the new four-state planning council would stimulate a cultural change in the region’s energy and fish and wildlife Report of Independent Auditors in accordance with OMB Circular A-133 and Financial Statements, FY 2013 Sep 30, 20132013 Audit See attached Moss-Adams audit which concluded September 30, 2013. The State of the Columbia River Basin Sep 12, 20132013-07 This report is available for public comment through Friday, Dec. 20, 2013. Comments may be sent to comments@nwcouncil.org or mailed to Mark Walker, Director of Public Affairs, NPCC, 851 S.W. Sixth A
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