2910 LLC Our country and the whole world is looking for leaders in the battle to fight global warming and establish non-fossil-fuel energy streams. The Northwest has several natural advantages that can ...
Abel, Jerian I appreciate your efforts on energy efficiency and focus on renewables, and I would like to see those efforts fortified with a reduction in greenhouse emissions. Although your draft plan is ...
Abraham, Sandra The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Adams, Mayor Sam Attached as a PDF.
Aegerter, Bob see attached
Albert, Kathy It is very necessary that the Council include stronger efficiency standards that account specifically for the cost of carbon and puts the Nonhwest back on a path away from coal power. Coal creates ...
Albertson, Glen R. To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Alcoa (Jack A. Speer) On page C-14 of the Draft Plan, the last sentence states, " This total (Aluminum DSIs) includes power provided by Chelan County PUD to Alcoa's Intalco plant". Chelan PUD does not provide power to ...
Alter, Susan Coal is dirty energy. Do not use coal!!! Sincerely, Susan Alter
Altshuler, John I appreciate what you have done so far, but to consider coas as a major source of energy and to continue the negative alteration of our environment MUST STOP NOW! No more mountain top removal! No ...
Alvarado, Dr. Arlene The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Anderson, Brian M I appreciate the work that's been done so far in the draft. It's good. It's pointing in the right direction. I would strongly encourage movement on an area that seems have been side stepped - coal....
Anderson, Don Oregon law calls for a 75-percent cut in 1990’s greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, a figure the council has determined will only be reached with a virtual elimination of coal from the power system. ...
Anderson, Leslie we have wind. we have waves. we have water. we have solar power. hydrogen power is on the horizon. we don't need coal-fired plants that pollute and contribute to global warming. when greed kills our ...
Anderson, Lynn The northwest is going to be growing tremendously in the next few decades, and it is extremely important that we plan for more renewable energy. I was recently in Germany for the first time, and ...
Anderson, Theodore L. (Tad), PhD see attached
Andrews, Jim The U.S. needs to cut its greenhouse gas emissions. In Oregon, that means closing the Boardman coal-fired generating plant. The least expensive source of new power is conservation.
Antich, John The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Arakawa, Clarice Please close the dirty coal producers. We need this help with our environment, we can not put off this important issue any longer.
Arcana, Judith Oregon, like the rest of this country - and the world - must stop using coal as a fuel source. You already know all the reasons, so I won't belabor them here. I'm writing to add my ...
Armon, Caroline To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Armstrong, April The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
artists4action To the members of the NPCC: I believe you are legally required to take ESA listings into account with your plan. So, I hope: YOU TAKE DOWN THE FOUR DAMS ON THE SNAKE & start accelerating your ...
Artley, Dick Dear NPCC members, The draft 6th Power Plan for the electricity needs of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana does not recognize the reality that global climate change continues to get worse ...
Asami, Shinya The State and all the municipalities should seriously look into adopting pyrolysis technology which will turn all the municipal waste, including all the non-recyclable plastics and medical waste, ...
Bailey, Rep. Jules Kopel see attached
Bain, Don Wind Diversity The temporal diversity of production at different wind sites across the NW is a key issue which needs to be better addressed in the Plan regarding regional wind integration, utility ...
Baker III, David L. I am opposed to the power plan. Salmon have been under attack in the past and now in the present. They need to be protected for us and future generations. The impact of Dams and gold mines are not ...
Baker, Stephen No Coal. No short-term approaches to a long-term problem. Once spoiled, the environment and Oregon's natural beauty are gone forever.........long after the last coal is burned up. The time is ripe ...
Banks, Wesley The new power plan should have a strongly support conservation of power as a resource. It should not encourage nuclear power via tax breaks or continued public support of any liabilities ...
Barnhart, Richard Dear Sirs: Thank you for your work on increasing energy efficiency. I hope that you take a strong stance against greenhouse gases. Coal should have no place in creating more energy in the the ...
Baumgartner Books No more coal. Get wise.
Bayne, Christopher J The notion that we have the right to deplete the natural resources of planet Earth for the convenience of our generation, and the next one or two, could be characterized as criminal. It is to be ...
Bell, Daniel The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Bender, Tom I strongly appreciate the sensible emphasis on efficiency as mechanism for meeting load projections. I urge you to take stronger leadership addressing the combined issues of global warming, peak ...
Bender, Tom The proposed 6th Power Plan is good, with its strong emphasis on efficiency. It would be far better if existing coal plants were removed from the mix, because of their huge pollution issues and ...
Benner, Steven
Bennett, Henry The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Bergen, Marie The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Berry, Erik The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Beschenbossel, Victoria The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Best, Richard & Wendy To the formulators of the Draft Sixth Power Plan: We urge you to phase out coal fired greenhouse gas emissions under the Plan to match requirements in effect for the States of Oregon and ...
bettylattie@yahoo.com The time has come for oregon and its people to choose ecologically sound power sources. Coal-fire plants do not meet that criteria. We can and must change our power sources, very, very soon. ...
Bhakti, Sara, Ph.D. Att: Mr. Mark Walker, Director of Public Affairs Please adopt a regional power plan that emphasizes clean and green energy sources. Especially, make a truly meaningful effort to phase out coal ...
Bhakti, Sara, Ph.D. Just one coal plant - Centralia's Big Hanaford Power Plant - is generating our state's biggest cloud of global warming pollution. I encourage the phasing out of coal plants in my state of ...
Bianchi, Don The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Birck, Kim and Bill Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the power plan. I will make this short and sweet. Minimize coal use! Maximize use of alternative and renewable fuels. Maximize energy ...
Birkel, Steven J I support planning that will rid our region of Coal based electricity generation. The Northwest has available many alternatives for clean, low-carbon generation - our energy generation plans should ...
Birnel, John Please consider having a net decrease in emissions by phasing out the Coal Powered Plant. Our grandchildren deserve no less.
Bitner, Patricia I was present at the public hearing held in Eugene Oregon on September 28. I would like to make the following comments regarding the Sixth Power Plan. Many comments on September 28 reflected ...
Blade, Tina I understand that the 6th draft of the power and conservation plan would stabilize carbon emissions by meeting virtually all of our new electricity needs over the next 20 years with energy efficiency ...
Blair, Linda The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Blake, Amy The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Blakely, Patrick We need to push forward with alternative, renewable energy solutions. One idea thst seems to have marit is tidal energy. Another is wind and yet another is solar. If we don't move ahead on clean ...
Blakey, Carole It is imperative that the plan would stabilize carbon emissions by meeting virtually all of our new electricity needs over the next 20 years with energy efficiency and renewable energy. However I am ...
Blank, Dee Dear Northwest Power and Conservation Council, Last winter, the snow piled up on tree branches far heavier than I have ever seen it in the 20 years I have owned and lived in this house. A lot of ...
Bloom, Elizabeth The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Blume, Dan I come from North Dakota. Coal Country. Western N.D. has at least 10 coal fired electrical generating plants and many are 500 megawatts each. I am a pipefitter and have worked on most of them. ND ...
Bolane, Peter The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Boldt, Lana Mcgraw Your efforts to encourage energy conservation and alternative energy sources are commendable. But it nothing more than window-dressing unless you get compliance. That will only come with the ...
Boles, Shawn It would seem to be obvious to all but the intentionally oblivious that coal is inappropriate as a basis for energy production.
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Boom, Diana Thank you for your work so far. However, the plan needs to address our use of coal. We need to reduce our reliance on coal. Please include a goal that reduces greenhouse gas emissions which can ...
Boring, Grit While nations from the whole world gather next month, trying to agree on new and strickter CO2 remission standards in an effort to stop or even reverse global warming, we in Americas's Northwest ...
Boucher, Samantha The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Bourcier, Lee Ann I sure appreciate your efforts on energy efficiency and focus on renewables, but I'd also like to see those efforts fortified with a reduction in greenhouse emissions, particularly the use of coal ...
Bowden, Susan Support a Strong Clean Energy and Climate Bill Dear Mark Walker, The Clean Energy Jobs & American Power Act (S.1733) is a historic step forward towards a clean energy economy that works for ...
Brady, Irene Global warming is such a drastically urgent problem that we cannot afford to consider coal or other dirty fuels as feasible power sources. Please alter your plans to allow us to eliminate coal ...
Brady, Sean & Alicia The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Breen, Carol To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Brinkerhoff, Dr Merlin The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Brooks, Jon The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Brost, Patty We need to eliminate the coal plants that produce electricity to meet the standards that have been set for 2050. These plants are producing too much of the pollution of our state to be considered ...
Brown, Jason The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Brown, Jeremy Thank you for the opportunity to comment on this plan, which for a large part is a surprisingly progressive plan. I strongly support the components that deal with renewables and conservation, while ...
Brownstein, Richard J. The Council should address the continued and future use of coal in the region and make recommendations for its use to be eliminated as soon as pracicable
Bruner, Linda The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Bruner,Jean via voicemail, see attached
Buchner, Scott The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Buhl, Carolyn To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Burgard, Donald The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Burgard, Donald J. No coal - eventually - please. Emphasize energy conservation, efficiency, and renewable energy sources - immediately - please. Measure energy cost by accounting for the price of carbon emissions - ...
Burkhart, David To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Burkholder, Bob L. Please include the following comments in the record of the Public Hearing for NPCC's Six Draft Power Plan: Remember to take in account the fact that over the centuries millions of salmon and ...
Burwell, Julia The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Butler, Judy We cannot risk being wrong on this issue. We must reduce our carbon emissions now. 350 parts per million is what many scientists, climate experts, and progressive national governments are now ...
Callaway, Phillip To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Callison, Rhonda The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Camp, Tracy I am writing to urge the council to include a clear path for reducing the regions dependency on fossil fuels and in particular coal power generation as a base-load component. We will continue to ...
Campbell, Merle & Mary The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Caplan, David To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Carey, Catharine I support clean energy, specifically the development and use of alternative and renewable energy sources, conservation, and energy efficiency. I strongly oppose increasing the supply of low-cost ...
Carey, Robin Council Members: Couldn't make the hearing, but want you to know that, in my view, global warming is a much, much bigger deal than people at the moment believe. Most of us are still comfortably ...
Carlson, Caitlin To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Casacky, Teresa The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Chapin, Anthony The primary objective in energy efficiency goals is the reduction of pollution. Let's remember that while creating new policy. Let's create policy that gives us the quickest road to clean energy. ...
Chapman, Ted I will make this brief and simple: Oregon's energy future should involve the cleanest energy sources possible (as should the nation's and the world's). Obviously, the elimination of poluting types of ...
Chase, Pamela " I want the Council to take steps to phase out Coal Power, cut Co2 efficiency, and include stronger efficiency standards."
Chetwood, William E. There must be adequate considerations for the passage of fish to their historic spawning grounds and a open passage back to the ocean. If there is no workable provision for this, that works, then ...
Chick, Yvonne The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Christ, M'lou A good start, but you forgot to declare that we must get rid of the coal plant in our energy source mix. It's just too bad for the environment. Increasing conservation is great, adding some new ...
Christensen, Ann Thank you for this opportunity to comment on Draft Sixth Power Plan. You are moving in the right direction by using conservation and renewables and phasing out coal plants. I urge you to go further. ...
Christensen, Tom To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Cilimburg, Amy November 5, 2009 I would like to comment briefly on the draft 6th Northwest Power and Conservation Plan. I attended the hearing for the Northwest Power and Conservation Council meeting in ...
Cimo, Bonnie The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Citizens for Clean Energy, Inc. Dr. Walker, Thank you very this great opporunity to provide comments. My name is Lt. Colonel (retired, US Army) Richard D. Liebert, chairman of Citizens for Clean Energy, Inc., a diverse ...
Citizens Utility Board of Oregon Meeting with Bob Jenks and Jeff Bissonnette, Citizens Utility Board of Oregon. Melinda Eden and Joan Dukes, NPCC Main subjects discussed: --Public hearing held in Portland on 10/14 --Draft ...
citizenvern It sounds like the latest energy plan is great! Awesome. I do think we need to form some sort of plan for weaning ourselves off of coal though. Thanks for all of the great work though!
Clark, James To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. As a previous commercial salmon fisherman, the health of the local salmon runs is an important ...
Clark, Pamela To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Clawson, Chip Please focus on conservation and renwable energy and include as little coal as possible.
Claypool, Lynda The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Clough, Dr Bradley The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Coal Free Northwest We applaud the Northwest Power & Conservation Council for creating an energy roadmap that shows how we can meet our energy needs over the next 20 years with no increase in greenhouse gas emissions. ...
Coal Free Northwest See attached cards.
Coatney, Jeremy I honestly appreciate that you are trying to increase energy efficiency and focus on renewable energy sources, but we need strong measures to reduce greenhouse gases. Set legislation to reduce ...
Cody, Ben There isn't much more important than saving salmon, this should take priority over the needs of the power industry. Take out dams, restore habitat.
Cole, Kathleen Dear Council, I have been closely following the work that your commitee has been doing this year to conserve our NW resources and meet future energy needs. I hope that in the weeks ahead, that you ...
Coleman, Bill Sir; There is absolutely no proof that greenhouse emissions affect global climate. Until the time that this can be proven beyond doubt, and during this difficult economic period it would be ...
Collings, Dustin [Shane] dear Person, thank you for empowering people who want clean energy; we adore what you [are] doing!
Collison, Sharon Short term greed should not be allowed to lead to long term destruction. There is NO CLEAN COAL. I already have asthma and find it hard to breathe. Please stand up for people now and stand up for ...
Collison, Sharon " I am an asthma sufferer and I live in Oregon, and I want the Council to adopt a clean Power Plan. I would like us to get the "clean" gasoline that the other states receive. Since under George W. ...
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Conger, Kurt Proceed carefully and perform both capacity and energy calculations with integrity. Do not over simplify the task of balancing instantaneous demand and production. Commenters who would quickly ...
Connor, Michael Great Plan, BUT, here's what's needed: NO COAL!!! NO NUCLEAR!!! Be patriotic Americans and switch to SOLAR Distributed Generation.
Cook, Donald The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Cooper, Katherine You have done wonderful work towards Oregon's future. Please look again at the use of Coal in this plan. We can find a better option for our children and grandchildren. Thank You Katherine Cooper
Corbin, Linda The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Corelli, Nina The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Corey, Margie The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Cosimo, Rosario The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Couche, Stephen Dear Walker, The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Cox, Ellen I am writing to request that the NWPCC's final plan provides for the following: --Preserves strong energy efficiency and renewable energy targets --Sets goals to reduce CO2 emissions in the ...
Cox, Thomas The NWPPC should do everything within its power to eliminate power sources that are major creators of greenhouse gasses, and replace them with green, renewable alternatives. The Centralia ...
Craig, Edward We are the generation that gets to pay for the excesses of our forefathers. We get to see the predicted dire consequences bear fruit and kill our children. We get to see the climate change our elders ...
Crawford, Noelle The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
CREDO CitizenLetter CitizenLetter attached plus list of addressees who sent it.
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Cronin, Darcy I want to take a moment to let you know how important it is to my family to stop using dirty coal power in Oregon. I want my children to rely upon cleaner energy sources. I understand that economics ...
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Cuevas, Nicole The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Current, Jon The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Currey, C Coal IMO should receive NO SUBSIDY at all. Let the coal industry sink or swim w/o "socialism" and "welfare" as it wants private individuals to do. If there is to be subsidies, then they s/b going ...
Curtis, Colleen No Coal
Dahlgren, Mr. Shelley D., PhD Fossil fuels have to go, and the sooner the better. Coal especially is a huge polluter. The global warming and ocean acidification caused by burning coal and oil are well documented. I personally ...
Dana, Sam Increasing energy-efficient does not equate to reducing carbon emissions, it just reduces demand from current (historic) uses. Overall demand continues to increase as new demands, such as powering ...
Darienzo, Mark I appreciate your efforts on energy efficiency and focus on renewables, but would like to see those efforts fortified with a reduction in greenhouse emissions.
Darsonval, Lisa To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Dave Krick/Greenworks Idaho/Sustainable Community Connections of Idaho Northwest Power & Conservation Council: Thank you for the opportunity to give feedback on the 6th Power Plan. Things being normal, this plan is aggressive if not historic as compared to ...
David, Williams I think that its way past time to evolve past the dark age'es and start producing our energy in a more sustainable manner. Coal is only cheaper because they don't include all the cost associated with ...
Davidovich, Nadia The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Davis, Albert Mr. Walker: I do not want to see enforced conservation as has occurred in certain other states. While developing better energy efficient devices for heating and cooling is very desired, the public ...
Davis, Joan The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Davis, Mr. Galen To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. Its proposal to meet all new demand for ...
Dawson, Elizabeth The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Day, Richard A. Dear NW Power and Conservation council, I believe that we need to be even more agressive in moving away from coal as a supplier of future energy needs and toward natural gas, an available in USA ...
DeJohn, LeeRoy The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Deldin, Ellyse The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Delleney, Katherine Please stop ignoring the elephant in the room...COAL. Please make your good plan GREAT and have an exit strategy for our coal dependence. We cannot live another 21 years with the massive emmissions ...
Deniro, Elizabeth I strongy support the removal of the lower 4 dams on the Snake River, and the healthy wild salmon provisions. The NPCC's Draft 6th Pwer Plan provides for meeting the power needs of the people and ...
Detman, Thomas R. Sometime during the 1970's, Saudi Arabia's oil minister, Sheikh Ahmed Azki Yamani, reportedly said: "The stone age did not end for lack of stone, and the oil age will end long before the world ...
Dettmann, James The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
DeVagno, Joan The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Devine, Robert Dear Northwest Power and Conservation Council, From what I hear, the sixth draft of your future power plan for the Northwest is an enormous improvement in terms of moving our region from fossil ...
Dianne, Ensign To the members of the NPCC: The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand for electricity in the Northwest with conservation and renewables is ...
Dickenson, Rep. Sue As a legislator and a citizen very concerned about climate change, I applaud the council's recognition of energy efficiency and conservation as the first fuel and see the possibility of having many ...
Dickie, Bruce The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Dickie, Bruce The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Digman, Joe The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Donnelly, Pete The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Donofrio, Mac Preserves strong energy efficiency and renewable energy targets Sets goals to reduce CO2 emissions in the region—three states in the region have already done this Phases out coal-fired power ...
Doty, Edward Please adopt a clean regional power plan.
Dougherty, Janet The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Dougherty, Mary Ann Mark Walker, Director of Public Affairs Northwest Power and Conservation Council, I'd like to thank the Council for its work on the Power Plan. However I believe that our dependence on coal must ...
Douglas, Aaron Kirk I'd like to have someone connect the dots explaining to me how we are going to burn coal at the same time we are drastically reducing our greenhouse gas emissions? Something has to give: it should ...
Douglas, Joan We need to put saving the salmon/steehead from extinction as a top priority. I would pay more for power if we removed dams to support this desire; even during these tough economic times. This fish ...
Doulis, Tom The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Dowd, Cristin IF NOT NOW; WHEN? THE DOOR TO OUR FUTURE IS CLOSING; ARE WE GOING TO STAND BY AND WATCH IT CLOSE? PLEASE HELP BUILD A SMARTER FUTURE FOR OUR COUNTRY.
Doyle, Lynn Patrick The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Drahos, Janice The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Drais, Daniel see attached
Dray, Patricia The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Driese, Maureen time is of the essence now we cannot afford to wait to get to acceptable carbon levels for the planet Oregon has traditionally been viewed as the "environmental state" we must keep this ...
Drissell, Eric The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Duehren, Derrick Please make plans to shut down the Boardman coal plant within 5 years. The Earth can take this level of polution no longer.
Dukelow, Dianne Please keep coal outand greener in
Duncan, Angus See attached
Dunham, Janet The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Dunn, Laura The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Early, Dr. Kathie The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Easterday, John To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Ebel, Kevin L To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Edith, Wyrick We can't afford to continue our dependence on coal as an energy resource. It produces 23 percent of the region’s electricity but spews out 87 percent of the region’s pollution. The Northwest Power ...
Edwards, Karin Please consider the impact of coal pollution as you decide the future of green power. Thank you! Sincerely, Karin Edwards
Eggen, Carol it's not good enough to stablise emissions, we need a plan to significantly reduce them and that means phasing out the use of coal to supply energy. In addition to conservation there are clean energy ...
Ellersick, Steve Where is Dixie Lee Ray when we need her? We need an engineer, scientist leader to create a plan and implement nuclear power again in the Pacific Northwest. I see no such planning in the 6th draft, ...
Ellis, Joell The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Energy Northwest Please see PDF attachment.
EnerNOC, Inc. (Melanie Gillette) Dear Mr. Walker and NWPCC Staff, EnerNOC, Inc. appreciates the opportunity to provide some brief comments on the Council's Draft Sixth Power Plan (Sixth Plan). We have actively participated in the ...
Erickson, Keith The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Estes, Wayne Please take this present planning opportunity to fully end use of coal in the Pacific NW. Wayne Estes
Esteve, Gregory The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Estrin, Mildred The 6th Power plan needs to incorporate much more alternative energy options than it presently does.This will save consumers money and help restore much needed salmon habitat.
Eugene Water and Electric Board (EWEB) -- Bill Welch and Jason Heuser TO: The Northwest Power and Conservation Council FROM: Bill Welch and Jason Heuser DATE: November 2, 2009 SUBJECT: Comments on the Draft Sixth Power Plan Conservation ...
Evanoff, Renee The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Eventoff, Franklin To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Eventoff, Franklin It’s critical that ensure the Council approves a final plan that provides the region with a path to meet growing power needs, wean us from dirty coal, bring endangered salmon and steelhead back from ...
Faget, Crispin I GATHER THE COUNCIL WILL STABILIZE CARBON EMISSIONS. THIS IS AN IMPROVEMENT BUT NOT ENOUGH. IT IS IMPORTANT TO TARGET A REDUCTION IN CARBON EMISSIONS.
Falk, Karen To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Farrell, Dr. David The plan needs to go further. The million-ton elephant in the council’s room is coal, which produces 23 percent of the region’s electricity but spews out 87 percent of the region’s pollution. The ...
Fay, Mary Thanks you for this opportunity to comment on the proposal for energy policies. First, set strong goals to reduce Co2 emissions.One way to reduce is to phase out all coal-fired plants....
Feder, Melanie " I would like the COuncil to adopt a Power Plan that includes stronger efficiency standards and to cut cO2 emmissions and reduce our dependency on coal."
Ferguson, Zachory L. Concerned Parties, There was a time and place for coal in this nations energy policy. It ended on the east coast with the nineteenth century. Too long have greedy energy companies foisted popular ...
Findling, Sharon There is NO such thing as clean coal.
Finnell, Daralene To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Finnell, John To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Fisher, Laurie The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Fitzgerald, Liam PLEASE create a strong plan that responsibly ends our reliance on coal. We need a plan that reduces pollution, puts a price on carbon emissions and has the strongest energy efficiency targets ...
Fleisher, Marc Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. It's OK as far as it goes but it could be immeasurably strengthened by a greater emphasis on what is good for salmon, on the ...
Ford, Walter E. Is the US ever going to build some of the new "Green" Nuclear Power Plants at Hanford? And if so When?
Forrest, Kim The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Forsyth, Carolyn While the draft plan does a good job at emphasizing conservation and renewables, it stops short of fully realizing Oregon's potential to drastically lower its greenhouse gas emissions by shutting ...
Foster, Jackie I hope the plan will preserve strong energy efficiency and renewable standards and phase out coal-fired power plants.
Foster, Randy We do not need more coal fired power, we need more solar and wind generated power, and more research for wave technology. Coal is outdated and dealdy. It also destroys the land it is removed from ...
Franklin PUD
Franklin PUD As we discussed I'm sending you the language I quoted for my comment. The Draft's language is currently as follows: CONS-11. In recognition of the higher goal for industry-sector ...
Franklin PUD Hi, I was happy to see the comments of Tom Karier in PNUCC Report Sept 3 and Sept 9. I am glad to see Mr. Karier realizes the consequences if California utilities are allowed to unbundle wind ...
Franklyn, Gregory The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Freeman, Douglas Coal produces 23 percent of the region’s electricity but spews out 87 percent of the region’s pollution. Oregon law calls for a 75 percent cut in 1990’s greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. This figure ...
Fugere, Angie The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Fulghum, Christian Thank you for this opportunity to comment. Please consider the long term effects of your decision. It is important that as the stewards of the environment which sustains us, we think not only in ...
Furlong, Roger This is in reference to the Draft Sixth Power Plan. I'm strongly in favor of a plan that: * Includes strong energy efficiency and renewable energy targets that remain unchanged * Sets goals ...
Gagnon, Ronda Lee The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Galbraith, Susanne The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Gamba, Mark Greetings, Unfortunately I will be unable to attend your hearing in Seattle. It is very important to me that as you look to the future you are very clear on the critical issues. As a race, a ...
Garcia, Tony The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Gardner, Ben Clean energy is important for America's future. Not only from an environmental stand point, but also from an economical one. Simply investing in clean energy will lend to it's growth providing me ...
Gazzuolo, Michael The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Gearry, Marceline There is no such thing as clean coal. Don't bring it into Oregon.
Gehe, Graham energy derived from coal is neither clean nor green.
Gehring, Wendy Make coal obsolete.
Geldaker, Carol I would support action to take out our use of coal. It seems that I have heard the pollution of the coal plant has been identified. The company wants extensions, exceptions etc. In the meantime, ...
Gendvil, Derek The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
George, Barton To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Geren, Don The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Gessaman, Kathleen Z. Dear Council Members: The plan to meet new electricity needs over the next 20 years with no net increase in greenhouse gas emissions and no new fossil-burning power plants is admirable. The ...
Giese, Mark M I support the plan moving away from any new fossil fuel production. I support the move to energy efficiency and renewable energy as the resources of first choice in the region. While the draft ...
Gilbert, Toni Do all you can to cut carbon emmissions. The survival of the planet is at stake. Toni
Gilleon, Laurie Please help ensure a clean energy future for the Northwest. Make sure that the NWPCC’s final plan: Preserves strong energy efficiency and renewable energy targets Sets goals to reduce CO2 ...
Gimre, Kerensa The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Ginn, Judy I understand that your plan will stabilize current emissions but not actually reduce emissions. While I applaud what the plan does and how difficult it must be for you to do this, I strongly urge ...
goldsmith, dell Dear Staff: A focus on renewable energy is, of course, the thing to do but we need to stop burning coal if we and many other living things are to survive on our fragile planet. Please cut your ties ...
Gols, L The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Goot, Yvette The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Gordon, Ingrid The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Gordon, Julia The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Gould, Laura The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Gracey, Erik Dear NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand for electricity ...
Grant, David To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Grant, Jeannette It is time for you to cut your ties to coal for electicity, there is entirely too much polution from using coal and we must lower all these sources if we and generations following have any chance of ...
Graser-lindsey, Elizabeth My family has been following the climate change and peak oil issues carefully and we observe that the science of the situation indicates that WE NEED TO TURN AWAY FROM COAL NOW if our children are to ...
Gray, Jana I'd like to see the State of Oregon generate it's power from Wind, Solar and other renewable sources, and not build any more new Coal plants.
Griffith, Jennifer To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Gritzner, Ingeborg The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Grob, Diana The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Groh, Jan I strongly believe that we can meet all of our power needs now and in the future without the Boardman Coal plant (or any coal) in the mix. We can do this through a combination of new green ...
Grossman, Ellen The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Grove, Darlene L. And John D. To: Northwest Power and Conservation Council From: Darlene L. and John D. Grove PO Box 77 Stevensville, MT 59870 406-777-2423 We appreciate the opportunity to comment on the ...
Gunderson, Eric I urge the Northwest Power and Conservation Council to eliminate coal from its plan for future power generation. There is absolutley no way we will meet goals for reduction of greenhouse gas ...
Guth, Dorothy To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Guth, Robert The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Halbedel, Tricia The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Hall, Camille Please cleanup our existing coal power plants, such as the one currently operating in Boardman, OR. Soot from this plant clogs the airways in Portland, leaving soot and ash on cars and patios as far ...
Hall, Jessica The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Hall, Jewel Now, not in the year 2030, is the time to start planning our exit from a coal-dependent energy policy. It's time to make a good plan great.
Hall, Michael I laud your efforts to promote energy self-sufficiently through the increased use of renewable resources. This is much appreciated! Nevertheless, to help Oregon reach its 2050 emissions reduction ...
Hamilton, Roger (Western Grid Group) see attached
Hanks, Laura It's totally ridiculous for Oregon to rely on coal power, when we have ample wind, water & solar resources. Phase out Boardman, starting now!
Hannah, Roger The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Hansen, Carol Work and plan for the future. Clean energy now. Please do everything technologically possible to protect our air and water and reduce global warming. Thank you.
Hansen, Carol The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Hanson, Duane Hey Guys, Let's all be serious here. The decisions arrived at now will affect the future directly and severely. Will it be cuts in pollutions WE KNOW are killing the very planet we rely ...
Hanson, Lynn The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Hardt, Dr. Mark The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Harmon, James The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Harris, Bruce The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Harris, Chris It's time to get real about the future ... and coal is NOt it!
Harvey, Barbara The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Hatch, Nick The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Hausrath, Alan Dear Northwest Power and Conservation Council, I'm writing to comment on the Draft Sixth Power Plan. First off, thank you very much for producing a forward looking, conservation and energy ...
Hawkinson, Colby To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Hayden, Bobby To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Hayes, John Northwest Power and Conservation Council: Thank you for your outstanding effort regarding energy efficiency and a new focus on renewable sources. I hope you will agree that this is the appropriate ...
Hegg, Nancy The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Heinkel, Lisa ---------------------------------- To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. ...
Hekate I congratulate the Council members on their excellent plans to stabilize CO2 emissions through intensive energy conservation. That is a good beginning. However, the commission's plan fails to ...
Helgeson, Kathryn The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Helgeson, Les Given the tremendous investment in "green power" in the norhtwest, it makes little sense to continue operating pollution spewing coal plants.
Henderson Jr, Edward M. see attached
Hendin, Judith The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Henken, Jim To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Herbert, Emily Because of the majority contribution to CO2 production from coal, it is time to remove coal from the future mix of energy sources in our region. Please take this on directly and rule out coal in our ...
Herron, Matt see attached
Heumann, Michael see attached
Hewitt, Pam
Heydenreich, Robert A. I do appreciate that the power plan includes provisions for energy efficiency and renewable energy. These are important features. However, I would like to see you go a step further by phasing out ...
Heyneman, Amy To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Hiestand, Kathryn Dear Northwest Power and Conservation Council, I am writing to you as a person concerned for the future of clean air and water. As guidelines are made that launch our decisions for energy sources ...
Higgins, Marvin To the Northwest Power and Conservation Council. We are asking you all to give you full support to measures that will significantly increase the use of clean, renewable energy (such as wind and ...
Highlow, Percy via voicemail, see attached
Hine, Patricia S. Dear Council Members, There's no time to waste here. Please get serious and be PROACTIVE about getting us off oil-based energy. We have the technology and the will. This is big opportunity for the ...
Hirsch, Robin It is time to progress forward with clean energy and job stimulus in the non polluting energy industry. We now have an administration that is environmentally concearned and could assist without ...
Hixenbaugh, Brenda The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Hlavna, Robert The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Hockley, Len We need to get rid of coal burning power plants as soon as possible.
Hodges, Thomas I want to urge Director Walker to adopt a clean regional power plan.
Holloway, Kathleen Good work on your energy plan for the Northwest but you need to more agressively work to reduce energy generated by coal. Any forward-thinking plan needs to address the issue of coal-fired plants. ...
Hopfenbeck, Paul To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Hopkins, Tom I'll be short. It is important that the Power & conservation plan take the elimimation of coal fired power generation in Oregon into consideration. Cheap is expensive in terms of pollution and the ...
Hopper, Janelle To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Horn, Darryl Firstly thank you all for your efforts on behalf of myself, my family, and Oregon. I find it inspiring the task you have taken up and faced and will overcome. I pledge my support and want you to know ...
Houck, Kendall While there are many admirable goals established in the current Draft Plan, it still relies far too heavily on the continued use of coal fired electrical plants. Any 20 year planning document for ...
Houston, Abigail " I would like to urge the Council to adopt a clean regional power plan."
Howe, Marty The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Hoyt-mcbeth, Stephen Michael Dear Mr. Walker, Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the NW Council's Draft Sixth Power Plan. While I applaud the Council for its aggressive energy efficiency targets, I think the plan ...
Huffman, Vernon We should be planning for the end of using nonrenewable resources, like coal and uranium, to generate power. Conservation of electricity can go a long way, especially if we use direct sun for heat - ...
Huffman, Vernon To do our part to sustain human life on Earth, we should aggressively work to meet all our needs from renewable resources without disrupting natural cycles. This means a dramatic change in American ...
Hughes, Randall The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Hull, Doree I am really disappointed that the Pacific Northwest, land of abundant hydro-electric power, is still involved with the production of electricity with coal. It is time to move away from this polluting ...
Hunt, Dennis In order to bridge the gap to future energy independence, we must build clean nuclear power plants, and use available resources such as coal and gas today. If we drive up the cost of energy now, ...
Hunter, Christopher As a concerned citizen of Oregon I appreciate the Northwest Power and Convservation Council's efforts on energy efficiency and focus on renewables but would like to see those efforts fortified with a ...
Hurd, John Uranium 238 (U-238) is a principal ingredient in the nuclear cycle. It is subject to "chain of custody" in that it must be sequestered from human contact. At issue is just how long it might be ...
Hutchison, Susan Povey NO MORE COAL !!
Huth, Kyle see attached
Huth, Kyle The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Hutton, Ms. Robbie The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Idaho Conservation League
Idaho Consumer-Owned Utilities Association 11/5/2009 Comments on 6th Power Plan by the Idaho Consumer-Owned Utilities Association: Dear Council Members, The Idaho Consumer-Owned Utilities Association (ICUA) represents 14 rural ...
Idaho Falls Power
Idaho Power Company
Ignatovich, Cynthia M. Please do everything you can to save the salmon! I grew-up in Oregon and it is just tragic what has happened to our salmon. Save the salmon is important to Oregon's economy and the health of all of ...
Independent Economic Advisory Board (IEAB) See http://www.nwcouncil.org/library/ieab/ieab2009-3.htm
Industrial Customers of Northwest Utilities
Jackson, Jeff While the draft plan has some good elements, it needs to be strengthened. The plan should reflect the best and latest climate science and be tailored to meeting regional carbon-reduction goals. The ...
Jacobs, Nikki The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Jaffee, Daniel To the Council: I am writing to urge you in the strongest possible terms to eliminate coal from any new power planning for the Pacific Northwest. While I strongly appreciate your good work to ...
Jankowski, David In a "Petro-Dollar" economy its really REALLY hard to preach non-scarity and abundance, but, I know so c alled "free" energy s the reality. The early scientists of elestromagnatic theory Maxwell ...
Jarvis, Heidi I live on Whidbey Island in the state of Wa. It is truely a special place. Part of what makes the area so beautiful is the overall abundance of nature's bounty. Part of that is the knowledge that the ...
Jatul, Chris I'm impressed with the idea that we can save 58% on our need for more energy through efficiency. I support the goal as well as going with wind and natural gas instead of coal. Why is there no ...
Jenner, Maureen 1)Bravo NW Council for the plan moving Idaho away from any new fossil fuel production. 2)I support the move to energy efficiency and renewable energy as the resources of first choice in the ...
Jennings, Gerry The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Jimenez, Ben The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Johns, Bill It used to be that available power drove the NW economy especially eastern Washington. New power sources were agressively sought and developed. Now your plans call for less energy use and the use of ...
Johnson, Maile We urgently need an energy plan that switches us off dirty coal, restores salmon and steelhead runs, electrifies transportation and helps to reduce growing power needs, while meeting them.
Johnson, Mark To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Johnson, Michael A little honesty would be appreciated here. There is no such thing as clean coal, and likely never will be. Even though we have lots of the stuff, that doesn't change that reality. It's time that ...
Johnstad, Mark This plan should focus upon four priorities. 1. Improve energy conservation; 2. Support renewable energy production; 3. Make certain that any increase in renewable energy production is ...
Johnston, Holly The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Jones, Jill M. As a citizen of Washington State who is concerned about my children's future, I helped collect signatures for the green energy initiative. I also grew up attending a school that sat in the shadow of ...
Jones, Nora To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Jones, Stephen R And Elizabeth Please take action to stop the expansion of the use of coal. It is imperative that we limit carbon dioxide emissions if the planet and is to survive. We must do this for our children and ...
Joos, Sandra The draft power and conservation plan from the Northwest Power and Conservation Council is a good start. Your work is appreciated, but is not finished. The plan needs to go further by including a ...
Joos, Sandra To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Joos, Sandra, PhD I applaud the fact that the draft plan would stabilize carbon emissions by meeting virtually all of our new electricity needs over the next 20 years with energy efficiency and renewable energy. ...
Joyce, Mary Anne t is tiem to stop using coal and reduce greenhouse gases.
Kail, C.A. Although it may have been a bit of a financial hardship, most people across the U.S. (the wealthiest country on Earth) continued to buy gasoline for their vehicles even when the price per gallon ...
Kaiser, Deborah The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Kaiser, Robert The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Kallas, John Dear Mark, Please do anything it takes to keep coal and other CO2 energy sources out of future energy generation plans. We should be moving in the direction of energy conservation and clean ...
Kameenui, Brenda I attended the NW Council hearing in Eugene, and I was pleased by the emphasis on conservation. Thank you for your work. My great hope is that the Council will further Oregon's move to clean ...
Kameenui, Brenda I submitted a comment but forgot to mention the extremely important notion of protecting wild salmon. The final NW plan needs to address this crucial issue. Scientists conclude that removing the ...
Kane, Tom
Kaser, Sam 1. WE MUST TEAR DOWN AND IGNORE OBSTICALS ( NRC ) AND FORGE AHEAD WITH NUCLEAR POWER AND ADD NUCLEAR TO OUR FUTURE PRODUCTION PLANS. 2. WE MUST PRESERVE OUR EXISTING DAMS, AT LEAST UNTIL NUKES ...
Kaufman, Laura The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Kaye, Leslie I want this energy plan to be clean, efficient and green. There are no longer ANY viable excuses for this to not happen! I absolutely support the building up of wind power plants; I absolutely desire ...
Keebler, Wesley The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Keele, Van P. see attached
Kempster, Brent To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Kendall, Kay Please adopt a clean regional power plan.
Kennedy, Charles I appreciate your efforts on energy efficiency and focus on renewables, but would like to see those efforts fortified with a reduction in greenhouse emissions. I believe a carbon tax should be placed ...
Kerlick, David, PhD see attached
Kersting, John Hello, Thanks for the opportunity to comment on our future energy plans. As a concerned consumer, former journalist, social studies teacher and parent, I urge you to take a long view on ...
Key, Nuin-tara I support the recent draft power and conservation plan which outlines a comprehensive vision for the next 20 years and I support the council's vision for meeting our region’s rising electricity ...
Keys, John E. To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. Please do more to help recover Salmon! The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good ...
Kincaid, Lois I have perhaps a unique perspective on pollution in Oregon. Last Wednesday I was with my hiking group at Cloud Cap, 7000' or more elevation, on the east side of the Mt. Hood. We could see many of ...
Kincaid, Patricia M You have done a good job on your vision of the next 20 years. Thank you. I am concerned about coal plants. Coal produces 23 percent of our region’s electricity but spews out 87 percent of the ...
King County, Washington To the Northwest Power and Conservation Council: Please see attached letter offering comment on the Draft Sixth Power Plan, submitted on behalf of King County Washington, by Executive Kurt ...
King, Carolyn To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is generally a good plan. The proposal to meet all new demand for ...
King, Marina I urge the Northwest Power and Conservation Council to take a stronger stand than just staying the course on emissions due to our power usage. We need to cut greenhouse gases and particulate ...
King, Sara Hello, As someone who is very concerned about global warming and our carbon output, I would like to see this plan strengthened in the following ways: (1) Increase Energy Conservation. (2) ...
Kintzele, James Dear Ladies and Gentlemen of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all ...
Kirchner, Roger Keep up the good work.
Kirkham, Jesse The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Kish, Lester A. To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Klebl, Susan The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Klempel, Rachel The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Klopp, Mrs. Basey RE: Draft 6th Power and Conservation Plan I am writing to urge you to create a final plan that provides our region with a path to meet growing power needs, wean us from dirty coal, bring ...
Klure, Justin Attached please find comments submitted on behalf of Pacific Energy Ventures.
Knapek, Kevin The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Knapp, Kristan B. Thank you for the opportunity to comment on your draft Sixth Power Plan. I appreciate your attention to renewable resources and energy conservation as the foundation for a sustainable energy future. ...
Knight, Katie The time to rely on coal as an energy source is past. We need to phase it out asap because the greenhouse gasses are threaten to destroy the habitability of our planet. Reduce CO2 emissions by ...
Knodt, Michael I am writing in the hopes that the NWPCC 20 year energy plan 1 will enact actions which reduce carbon emissions. Merely stabilizing pollution is not enough to avoid the severe impacts coal power ...
Kohler, William Lee Ultimately Solar Power Satellites are the only limitless and non polluting source of electricity that we can develop and that can supply the worlds energy needs without producing warming. It's an ...
Kohout, Carolynn "Clean Power can profitably become economically advantageous by partnering solar equipment businesses with city and county government to attach solar panels on all civic buildings. This means ...
Kohout, Carolynn "The system needs to build their own wind mills/wind machines like those that were put to use in CA. It is important to reconfigure our power sourcing to put in place alternate ways of energy using ...
Koller, Carson The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Komisar, M. The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Konigsberg, David To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Korenko, Dr. Michael I am troubled by the lack of recognition in this report of nuclear power. Hydro-electric, wind, solar and nuclear are the old green options. The dams are limited to their current capacity, solar ...
Korter, Sharon The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Kovalicky, Tom Lets take a good hard look at Habitat instead of Hatcheries, and couple that with the Electricity producing technology of the future. We can have both....... tom Kovalicky
Krasnowsky, Frank The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Krochmal, Greg Coal power as we know today is very dirty and contributes to a lot of negative greenhouse problems that we cannot afford to continue for us or our grand children and their grand children, it must be ...
Kruer, Curtis And Stephanie We ask that you ensure a clean energy future for the Northwest by requiring that the NWPCC’s final plan: 1. Preserves strong energy efficiency and renewable energy targets 2. Sets goals to ...
Krumper, Michael It would be very desireable to invest in the development of wave power off the Oregon Coast. It is also desireable to decrease the use of coal because of its high carbon emission. Were new carbon ...
Kundiger, Marjorie We need to take serious Action now. No nuclear power plants until we have a safe place for waste-not just promises.
Lagergren, Ginna and Ken Subject: Sources of Power Please decrease, (even more than planned), the use of fossil fuels and nuclear energy. Please use more solar and wind and geothermal to make power. Also, please encourage ...
Laieski, Caleb The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Laitner, Larry To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Lamar, Dylan It is reassuring that the Power Plan is taking such a firm stance in recognizing energy efficiency as the least-cost option to decrease energy demand. I urge you to go further to draft a plan ...
Lamb, Eli Mark - I strongly feel we need to be more proactive in reducing our use of coal. Recent developments have opened up new reserves of natural gas that leads me to believe we can rely upon it as a ...
Lane, David Oregon law calls for a 75-percent cut in 1990’s greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. If we are to reach that goal, we must start now to wean our power industry off of the use of coal. Please chart a ...
Lanoff, Howard Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand for electricity in the ...
Lanskey, Marcus J. I applaud your goal of meeting all new electricity needs over the next 20 years with no net increase in greenhouse gas emissions and no new fossil-burning power plants. In particular, with the ...
Lara, Peggy Dear Mark Walker, While I certainly appreciate your efforts on energy efficiency and focus on renewables, I would like to see those efforts fortified with a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, ...
Larco, Dorothy Dear Me. Walker: For a number of years I've been paying something like $7 a month extra on my electric bill in order to support Portland General Electric's investing in solar and wind power. ...
Leach, Elizabeth A. Mark Walker Director, Public Affairs Northwest Power & Conservation Council Portland OR Dear Mr. Walker and Council, Please do not consider coal as a source of energy in the future. Coal is a ...
Leary, Victoria The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Legry, John We can’t afford the fiction of “clean” coal anymore. Coal is dirty. It cannot be cleaned within the foreseeable future by any known technology - all lies, wishful thinking and futuristic theory ...
Legry, John The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Lehman, Eric The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Leinova, Avery The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Lesley, Dawn Please strengthen this plan's emphasis on a statewide transition away from coal, starting right away! Coal is not the future, and so-called "clean coal" is an oxymoron, just ask the folks living ...
Levin, Brian Future generations deserve our attention to the details that will impact their lives.
Lewis, Bob We should continue to use coal. It is plentiful and efficient! Coal is a great fuel and until we can get nuclear power plants past the wacko's coal is a great second choice!
Lewis, Marilyn Just a short plea to the Power and Conservation Council: Please phase out dirty coal plants. Let's find cleaner ways to power this state. Thank you. Marilyn Lewis, Port Townsend, Wash.
Lifton, David It is high time to put a lid on coal emissions and the most effective way to do that is to reduce the amount of coal we burn. As far as I know there is no "clean" way to use coal for electricity ...
Light, Ted I am happy to see the new power plan seek to meet additional load growth through efficiency. The Council should, however, be leading the discussion and analysis to determine what is necessary to ...
Linda De Sitter, MD We appreciate that you are supporting renewable energy BUT please alos push to cut CO2 emmisions! This means getting rid of EXISTING coal power plants. Thank you.
Lindberg Bogaard, Amy To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Lindholdt, Dr. Paul Restoring healthy populations of salmon and steelhead is important to the ecology and quality of life in our region, and critical to the fishing businesses and communities in the Northwest and across ...
Lindsey, Joel The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Linton, Joann Lets stabilize carbon emissions by meeting virtually all of our new electricity needs over the next 20 years with energy efficiency and renewable energy. America & the world needs to reduce our ...
Littlewood, Ann Oregon needs to move away from coal and the pollution it creates. More specifically, it is past time to close down PGE's Boardman plant, the major source of air pollution in the Columbia Gorge. ...
Locklear, Clyde Alan The Northwest Power and Conservation Council's draft plan is totally unacceptable in its continuing reliance on coal-powered electricity generation. Coal, which produces 23 percent of the region’s ...
Logan, Catherine The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Logan, Dr. Jesse The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Lokan, Kim It is good to see that the report recommends increasing energy efficiency and conservation as a means of meeting future demand as well as reducing CO2 emissions. I would like to see the report ...
Lommasson, Cynthia A major reduction in dependence on coal must be considered in any plan concerning our energy future. Coal creates a disproportionate amount of pollution. We must invest in totally clean alternatives ...
Louchard, O'Neill There is no such thing as "clean coal" and due to the toxicity in the air from them, I support closing coal-powered plants. This does not mean I support nuclear plants. Wind, solar, hydro, and ...
Louden, Jeanene These are difficult times to be charting an energy future. The polarization between those who think current generation methods are known and reliable and those who think it is time to take a leap ...
Lovejoy, Patricia And Michael To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Lucas, Lisa Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand for electricity in the Northwest ...
Lunte, Paul It's time to plan on eliminating coal power plants entirely and replace the lost production by developing renewable, green energy sources and increasing energy efficiency standards. Including coal ...
Lyman, Debbie I will make my comments very short. I do not want to see the creation or expansion of coal fired power plants. I want goals to be met for renewable energy and I want you to set strong targets for ...
Lynch, Erin Dear Mark Walker, I have been following the Northwest Power ans Conservation Council's Power Plan and I commend you on the focus of energy efficiency and renewable energy. However, I would like ...
Mackey, Jim The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Mackie, Peggy The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Madison, Bartley N. Puget Sound Energy has hit the nail on the head. They said in their comments: "The council should consider "responsible" Nuclear generation. Additional coal plants without carbon capture and ...
Magne, Robert To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Maher, Cindy I appreciate you efforts on energy efficiency and focus on renewables, but I would like to see those efforts fortified with a reduction in greenhouse emissions. Thank you!
Mainwaring, Edward This plan should include a provision for the removal of the four lower Snake River dams. This is deemed necessary for Salmon recovery by most scientists that have examined the issue. Salmon are ...
Marceron, Dennis I am pleased that you all are looking to maximize efficiency standards and how to implement the use of new, energy efficient equipment. However, stabilizing current global warming emmissions is not ...
Marshall, Sharon To the committee: Your efforts are much appreciated, but the time to wind down our coal powered electric plant in Boardman is now. We can't afford to continue to pollute and have a responsibilitly ...
Marshall, Thomas As a Seattle City Light customer, I would like to see the northwest's electricity come from renewable and clean sources. This is our opportunity to close the existing coal plants. They're always ...
Martin, Ron Help put the Northwest on the right track toward a clean energy future! The draft plan would stabilize carbon emissions by meeting virtually all of our new electricity needs over the next 20 years ...
Martin, Ron To the members of the NPCC: As a resident if the Oacific Northwest, I am writing to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal ...
Martynowych, Denis see attached
Maskus, James & Kristen The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Matera, Stephen To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Matthews, Dr Jonathan The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Matthews, Jonathan C. The Northwest has an abundance of energy efficiency and renewable energy resources that will help the region meet future energy demand without impairing clean water and air. NWPCC'S final plan should ...
Maunder, Jim Comments to the Northwest Power Planning and Conservation Council on their 6th Power Plan, October 13, 2009 Introduction I’m Jim Maunder, Manager of Member Services, Ravalli County Electric ...
Maynard, Linda The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Mazzarella, Jo Ann I applaud the elements of the plan regarding eliminating coal-generated electricity in the Northwest. The carbon dioxide emitted by coal plants is contributing to the destruction of our planet and ...
Mcbride, Dennis Oregon law calls for a 75-percent cut in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, a figure the council has determined will only be reached with a virtual elimination of coal from the power system. And while ...
McCann, Al Move on and help Washingyon State to become GREEN and to reduce greenhouse gasses and to get away from Coal Energy - which produces CO-2. Get rid of the Coal burning energy plants. Make Washington ...
Mcclay, Mauria Let’s keep coal out of our energy future A draft power and conservation plan from the region’s official power-planning agency gets plenty right in its vision of the next 20 years: The Northwest ...
Mccracken, Mary I'm in disbelief that we are continuing to ruin places by extracting coal and then polluting the air by burning it when we should be repowering with solar, wind, geothermal. I have solar collectors ...
Mccracken, Rhiannon While I appreciate your efforts on energy efficiency and focus on renewables, I think it is very important that we see those efforts fortified with a reduction in greenhouse emissions. Without the ...
Mcdonald, James While I commend you for your work on efficiency goals, I must add my voice as an advocate for eliminating our use of coal. I for one am willing to pay higher rates for a cleaner environment. Please ...
McElfresh, Stephen ---------------------------------- To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. ...
McGaughy, Loann To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Mcgilvra, Mary We need to start eliminating the use of coal and it pollution from our region and we need to start doing it now. Coal should be aggressively eliminated starting immediately. Our region needs to ...
McGlone, Colleen The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Mcgowan, Wendy S. To the Northwest Power and Conservation Council, Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. Its proposal to ...
Mcgrath, Lincoln coal is so 19th century. seriously.
Mcguire, Timothy M To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
McHugh, Alexandria I care very much about the environment and our home. I appreciate the work you are doing to protect us, and hope this will eliminate the use of coal.
Mcintyre, Jenifer To the members of the NPCC: Hi. Yes, I live in Seattle, but my view would be the same no matter where I lived in the Pacific Northwest. Please, we can make stronger changes at a faster pace. ...
Mclaughlin, William C. I'm writing to ask you to add my voice and opinions for your Draft 6th Plan. I would like to advocate for the following points and acctions: First, the phasing out of coal fired plants. There ...
Mcnamara, Rebecca The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Mcwilliams, Jon Dear Mark: As we move in the direction of using alternative energy, it is time to reduce facilities that continue to have high levels of pollution. That is definitely true with the Boardman Power ...
Medeiros, Sylvia I am urging Mark Walker to not maintain the status quo to further cut carbon emissions and phase out coal power. thank you.
Medley, Jay And Elizabeth The Northwest Power and Conservation Council's plan to meet our region’s rising electricity demand is definitely forward-looking, with impressive efficiency standards and new clean energy, including ...
Melville, Beth The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Mensing, Kathy The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Merkel, Alison The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Merrill, Rodney L. The Northwest Power and Conservation Council draft power and conservation plan gets plenty right in its vision of the next 20 years but it does not go far enough if we are serious about eliminating ...
Merrill, Sarah Dear Northwest Power and Conservation Council, Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the 6th Northwest Power and Conservation Plan. I applaud the goal of no net increase in CO2 emissions ...
Merryman, Nancy Dear Council Members, Please take on the coal plant issue and make eliminating coal-powered electricy plants a priority. This issue will only get solved if we force the issue on all fronts and is ...
Messenger, Tom Council, While I really appreciate your efforts on energy efficiency and focus on renewables, but it be a better plan if it were fortified with a reduction in greenhouse emissions....
Michaels, Christopher We want the Council to adopt a clean Regional Power Plan. Please also cut back on coal which will also reduce CO2 emissions.
Michele Blankenheim The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Micheletti, Dustin The 20-year plan looks great, but more needs to be done to eliminate our dependence on coal power, whether by closing gross-polluters like Boardman, or by heavily subsidizing alternative power ...
Millage, Michael We need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions as soon as possible. According to the National Center for Atmospheric Research it is too late to avoid significant warming in this century but we could ...
Miller, Eric R see attached
Miller, Glenn The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Miller, John To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Miller, Robin Good job with the efforts to increase renewable energy in Oregon and making energy production more effecient. I would also like to see less dependence on coal power. It is just too polluting. Thanks, ...
Milliken, Gerry Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand for electricity in the ...
Mills, Ashea The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Minchew, Jackie All that you will hear about the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, rather simply stabalizing them, is true and reason enough to begin phasing out coal as an energy generating source in ...
Mintkeski, Walt I wish to congratulate the Northwest Power and Conservation Council for producing a draft power and conservation plan for the next 20 years which calls for meeting our region's electricity demand ...
Mintz, Sara The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Misley, Ryan To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Mobeck, Melissa The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Moehling, Kelly We need to get away from coal as an energy source. It causes too much pollution for the gain. We should utilize cleaner sources of energy.
Monheim, Jeff Montana stands at an important juncture in the arena of energy development. She can bow under to pressure from the coal industry to continue harvesting this dirty, CO2 emitting mineral "because it is ...
Monroe, Molly To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Montana Environmental Information Center
Montana Public Service Commission See attached comments.
Montgomery, Edith This is a good plan as far as it goes but coal needs to be eliminated as a power source. You can draw up a plan that will be a leader in the nation.
Moore, Margaret I want stronger efficiency standards and I don't want coal. BPA still uses coal. The sky is falling re: carbon dioxide - there is too much in the air. See: The United Nations Scientists' Report ...
More, Janie The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Morgan, Dr susan The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Morgan, Juliana The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Moriarty, Eric The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Morley, Donald The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Morris, Arvia The 6th power plan for the Northwest seems comprehensive in that is discusses the human energy needs of the region in the context of the need to reduce greeen house gas emmissions and restore habitat ...
Morris, Arvia Fossil fuels are ruining our climate. I support measures which reduce or eliminate our dependance on fossil fuels in the Northwest and in the nation. I support clossing coal buring power plants and ...
Moulton, Francis To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Mountaineers Sorry, not sure you system liked the filename in my previous attempt, so I am trying again.
Mr. Shelley D. Dahlgren, PhD To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Mueller, Gary To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Mulhbradt, Bruce The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Murray, Susan The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Musser, Mallory see attached
Myers, Jo Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand for electricity in the Northwest ...
Nahill, Brad I'd like to applaud the Council's recommendations to meet new electricity needs over the next 20 years with no net increase in greenhouse gas emissions, investing in efficiency, and promoting ...
Nash, Heyward The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Nash, Janet To the Northwest Power and Conservation Council: Your work is appreciated, but not finished. The plan needs to go further. The million-ton elephant in the council’s room is coal, which produces ...
Naze, Christopher Every time that the entrenched status quo has told Americans that something cannot be done, Americans find a way to do it. When we discovered that fleurocarbons were eating a whole in the ozone, ...
Neer, Steven REMOVE COAL FROM OREGON'S ENERGY MIX. This source is much to dirty!
Neil Mages, ND 1)Coal, which produces 23 percent of the region’s electricity but spews out 87 percent of the region’s pollution. 2)Oregon law calls for a 75-percent cut in 1990’s greenhouse gas emissions by ...
Nelson, Guy; Team Lead, Utility Geothermal Working Group Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the Draft Sixth Power Plan. There is no discussion on the economics of geothermal heat pumps and their potential benefits to meeting the Region's energy ...
Nelson, Kris The power plan should be applauded for its emphasis on the untapped resource value of energy efficiency available to offse the need for new generation and, potentially, for replacement of the ...
Nelson, Thomas & Marianne The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Newlin, John K. To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Newman II, Will I urge you to take a good plan and complete it to make it a great plan. A clear, rational, scientific evaluation shows that coal cannot be a part of any rational energy future. It is dirty, ...
Newman, Joe We need much more clean energy for the Northwest and Nuclear is not clean so I am talking about wind, solar and conservation. Conservation is not getting anywhere near the attention it deserves. ...
Newton, Jason The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Noble, Steve To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Noe, Phillip Thanks for your work to reduce our emissions. We must do more to protect the only habitat our future generations will have. I was shocked to hear that coal fired plants spew out 87% of our region's ...
Noland, Stacy see attached
Nordt, Kevin
Norman T. Baker, PhD Dear Members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Norris, Dr. Kaye The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Norsen, Bob We lived in Seattle the prior 51 years, until last year. We are still affected by what Seattle does to our ecology. Seattle is in a unique area where suitable GEOTHERMAL heat energy is ...
Northwest Energy Efficiency Council see attached
Northwest Food Processors Association
Northwest Gas Association
Northwest Requirements Utilities
Northwest Resource Information Center See attached
Northwest River Partners RiverPartners’ comments on the draft power plan are enclosed.
NorthWestern Energy See attached. (Technically submitted before the comment period began, so wasn't part of the online collection of comments until we re-reviewed all submissions in Sep 2010.)
Nuessle, William and Charlotte We appreciate your good work on energy efficiency and renewables but what is also really needed is a focus on cutting greenhouse emissions. Such as coal.
Nuessle, William and Charlotte o the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Nunez, Kelsey I'd like to start out by saying that I support the plan and it's move way from new fossil fuel production--we cannot afford (economically, socially, or environmentally) to continue to rely on fossil ...
NW Energy Coalition see attached
NWEC and SOS
O'brien, Don To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
O'steen, Barbara To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
O’Neil, Carol The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Olson, Cathy To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Onward Oregon One year ago the ship flipped over. If there had been no-one left that cared about God and Earth there would be nothing left to save anywhere in short order, even, by now perhaps. The time for ...
Oregon Department of Energy
Oregon Interfaith Power and Light, A project of Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon
Oregon Wild We urge the council to emphasize energy conservation and non-hydro renewables to meet energy demand. Climate change makes this path so important. New energy from coal or LNG must be avoided. Hydro is ...
Oset, Robert see attached
Ost, John Andrew To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Ostrer, Allison I want clean energy developed in the northwest. That means moving away from fossil fuels AND nuclear energy. Converting to nuclear energy would be like quitting tobacco to take up crack. What we need ...
Otis, Anne Please, close down all coal plants as soon as possible. It is possible and necessary. Thank you.
Oxford, Rex To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Pace, Charles see attached
Pacific Power see attached
Paden, Charles The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Panagoulis, Kadin The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Parker, J.T. The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Parkinson, Kitsie Thank you for the work you have done to start to turn us toward a better energy future. The emphasis you have put on efficiency and development of renewable energy sources is admirable! However, ...
Parrish, Elaine " I want to urge the Council to adopt a clean regional Power Plan and to get away from coal completely. "
Partridge, Dixie & Jerry As energy demands and costs have gone up consistently, one of our biggest concerns is that in the effort to encourage and increase conservation in the use of less energy, the "powers that be" would ...
Pasquiou, Thierry There is no such thing as clean coal. Reducing the emissions by stockpiling large quantities of extremely toxic chemicals which eventually may leak is not a viable option for coal burning. There are ...
Patchell, Rebecca The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Paul, Alex I feel the dams should be removed on the Snake River to allow salmon to spawn there again. The dams are old and inefficient and I agree with the CCA position below. The beauty of conservation through ...
Pauley, Stephen M Sirs, Power production from the four lower Snake Dams is out of synch with power needs. You have maximum reservoir storage in spring when little power is needed, and minimum storage in summer and ...
Paulsen, James I'll be brief. I am concerned about climate warming, a compounding and growing issue on Montana forests, trout streams and rivers, and its world impact. Reducing coal-bruning power plants needs to be ...
Paylor, Stephen The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Peach, Hugh Gilbert see attached
Pemble, James I would like to urge Director Walker to expedite the creation of a clean and green regional power plan for the northwest corner of our country. I'd like to see Washington take the lead in this ...
Peres, Todd Urging you to shut down the filthy Boardman plant as well as the other PGE coal fired facilities in Montana.
Perez, Martha I am a former employee of Bonneville Power Administration, Energy Efficiency office, of the Portland branch. I would like to dedicate this testimony, in memory and honor of all victims of Hurricanes ...
Perrotti, Edward David The facts are clear, indeeed. We can do more for the planet and ourselves by simply reducing the energy footprint that we all have. First and foremost, any emisson reductions begin at home. ...
Peterson, Beau We have the resources, the know how, and the ethical obligation to move quickly away from coal as a source of energy. Please do the right thing and look at the amazing opportunities in alternative ...
Petrofsky, Erica The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Phillips, Stuart To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Phillips, Stuart The plan does nothing to actually reduce our carbon emissions or lessen our current dependence on the coal-fired power plants that account for nearly 90% of our electric system’s global-warming ...
Pierce, Wilbur As a citizen of Washington, I'm not an expert on how to solve the complex power planning issues we face. However, I would like to make my voice heard in what I feel the plan needs to accomplish ...
PNGC Power
PNUCC We have reviewed your draft Power Plan and provide the attached response for your consideration. This draft reflects a tremendous amount of time and effort of Council members and staff combined - ...
Poirier, J. I would like the Council for the Draft Power Plan to be based on the truth of our resources, not our pocketbooks. Specifically we have to cut CO2 emissions and face the reality of water shortage. I ...
Polarity Center of Salem Close Boardman and develop Solar energy power stations here in Oregon... Our air and watyer have been compromised long enough...PGE should bear the brunt of the cost...I am a shareholder also. ...
Polcyn, Dr. Iam The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
PolicyInteractive see attached
Polk, Nora Northwest Power and Conservation Council, Your very good draft could become a great plan. It can build on its already-solid foundation of efficiency and clean energy and build toward a low-carbon ...
Pollock, Thomas I live and vote in Portland, OR. I would like you to know that my family and I do our best to conserve energy, recycle, and support clean, renewable energy for a decent future for us all. Please ...
Post, Randall Stay environmental and as green as you mpossibly can!
Poulsen, Pamela The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Powell, Erik The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Powers, Kelly We need to close the coal fired plants for many reasons - pollution, pollution and pollution. It hurts our lungs and air, it spoils Mt. Rainier National Park, it gets in our water and food-chain. We ...
Poyourow, Michelle Director Walker, Please consider strengthening the greenhouse gas reduction targets and incentives in the next power and conservation plan. I am willing to pay a little more for my own ...
Prentiss, Alex Thank you for your efforts to encourage energy efficiency. I believe the job now is to focus on renewables and a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. To that end I urge you to phase out all coal ...
Public Power Council see attached
Public Utility District No. 1 of Cowlitz County, Washington
Puget Sound Energy Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the Draft 6th Power Plan. Please find Puget Sound Energy’s attached comments.
Puich, Renate M. see attached
Pushkara To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Quinlan, Sean To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Quinn, Larry Sadly, coal is the culprit.
Raether, Paul I appreciate your efforts on energy efficiency and focus on renewables, but would like to see those efforts fortified with a reduction in greenhouse emissions, i.e. phase out coal ASAP if not sooner....
Ransel, Katherine Dear Council Members: I was delighted to hear that the Council has demonstrated that we need no new fossil-fueled power plants and has proposed to meet the next 20 years of Northwest electric ...
Raunig, Christi The 6th draft of the plan is not bold enough. Please consider taking a more determined stance on the future of our area including increasing conservation efforts and discouraging coal plant ...
Ravi, Rajaram Let us look forward and harness the forces of nature - solar, wind and geothermal to make energy the right way.. Civilizations thrived for centuries before the advent of Fossil fuels and coal..and ...
Ray, Dr. John W. See attached.
Ray, Gisela The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Ray, Gisela Let's phase out the coal power plants. They are the dirtiest power producers around, cause illness and agravate haze. We can do better if we muster the will to really get serious with conservation ...
Raymond, Dolores The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Real, Marisa To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Redwine, Marilyn The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Reed, Jayne To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Rehn, Debra To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Reich, Dr Arnold Please begin to decrease our use of coal and fossil fuels. We should follow Europe and other progressive countries and also decrease our dependence on imported oil. Develop and foster new sources ...
Reichert, Cheryl We greatly appreciate being able to do net metering with the 2000 watt solar panels on our house. We feel good about generating clean energy, and we are pleased that while we are saving on our power ...
Renewable Northwest Project
Repp, Robert The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Republicans for Environmental Protection Please accept the following brief comments from Republicans for Environmental Protection (www.rep.org) regarding the draft Sixth Northwest Power Plan. We commend the council for its impressive ...
Rhiger, Daniel Dear Mark Walker, We must guard this precious resource and economic resource, one of the world.s best food sources, and keep it plentiful for the generations to come. We are capable of ...
Richards, Ron To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Richardson, Gail & John The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Rider, Barbara I'd like to see Washington state help individuals with purchase of small solar or wind powered solutions with more tax credits and rebates. As an example, we live a few miles west of the foothills ...
Riener, Lisa Comments regarding the Draft 6th Power Plan: Thank you for taking these comments. As a Region, we must preserve and expand the 6th Power Plan draft. We must push for the plan’s clean energy ...
Riener, Lisa Hello Mark Walker: Northwest Power and Conservation Council, Many people have attended the public hearings on the draft Sixth Northwest Power and Conservation Plan. I support the region’s ...
Ries, Shelley your work on energy efficiency and renewables is admirable, but we must also include a focus on reduction of current levels of greenhouse gasses
Riley, Erin I'm writing to implore you to consider removing the lower Snake River dams in an effort to increase green energy replacements and help in with wild salmon recovery. The salmon are dying in the ...
Rimbos, Peter I believe the stated clean energy targets are good and feel they should be maintained, if not improved. It appears the draft plan would only stabilize, not reduce, greenhouse gas emissions, thus not ...
Rimbos, Peter I commend the Council on its draft plan since it emphasizes meeting nearly all the region's power needs through both energy efficiency and renewables. This could help stabilize our greenhouse gas ...
Ritchie, Norm Thank you for this opportunity to be heard. The 6th Power Plan is generally a good plan, but it must go further and move faster. The Council must be a strong leader to craft a bright future for ...
Robinson, Julie The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Robinson, Shane To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Rodine, Marcia It's time to restore the habitat for our salmon and steelhead by removing the four lower dams on the Snake River. Now is the time before it's too late. Thank you for your consideration and approval....
Rogers, Ruth The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Rogulja, Karen Magnuson I hope the Council will consider adopting a plan that reduces our CO2 pollution in accordance with the targets established by Northwest states and the scientific community. The final 6th Plan ...
Rokas, John The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Rolland, Seth I like your plan of meeting all new electric demand with energy efficiency and renewable energy. However i would like to see the plan encourage the closing of the coal fired plants that make so much ...
Rollins, Eldon I have heard a few lame-witted arguments implying that alternative energy would not be reliable enough to rely on. There is just barely enough validity to some to lend false credence to the whole. ...
Ronald W. Martin, Jr To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Roos, Carolyn This comment comes from CHP discussions emerging from within the RTF as a way to analyze CHP botrh both its efficiency gains and its power generation: Proposal to the Northwest Power Plan 1....
Roppo, Phil Dear Mr. Walker: I am sorry that I don't have the time to provide in depth comments to the Council on the Draft Sixth Northwest Power Plan, but I would at least like to make a few comments: 1. ...
Rose, Sarah The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Rose, Sarah The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Rosenthal, Gerritt To the NWPCC: You are to be commended for getting a start on the shift to cleaner and more sustainable energy. But it is clear that we have to do something about coal, if not in the immediate short ...
Rosin, Leah Dear Bill, Bruce, Joan, Tom, Dick, Rhonda and Jim, I am a native Oregonian, and I care about how our region is powered. I talk to too many people within this state who wrongfully assume that all ...
Ross, Fred I would like you to reconsider how the council is approaching coal burning as a source of energy. Everyone acknowledges that we cannot get to our goals in the next 20 - 30 years while still burning ...
Ruby, Kevin I agree with everything the Columbia and Snake Rivers Campaign says and does, including this statement: "Restoring healthy populations of salmon and steelhead is important to the ecology and quality ...
Russell, William P. To : Northwest Power and Conservation Council (NPCC) Thank you for a chance to give my input on the new Plan. In many ways, it is a good plan. The push for conservation and renewable power is ...
Ruston, Mitchell The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Rutherford, Mark To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. My name is Mark Rutherford and I own a fly fishing guide/ outfitting company "Wild River ...
Salazar, Monica The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Saletta, Antoinette The proposal from the Northwest Power and Conservation Council indicates our region’s rising electricity demand for new clean energy will be met with impressive efficiency standards, and without ...
Samela, Rastic The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Sammeth, Michele The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Samuel Jr., Terrence D. I am getting older and the future belongs to my children and grand children. I would like to leave them a legacy of good health and an environment that enhances their lives. Included in that desire ...
Sargent, George Dear Mr. Walker: Please take further efforts to reduce our usage of coal-based energy. The costs of using coal just aren't worth it, with all the pollution it creates.
Sargent, Martha This plan needs to go further. The million-ton elephant in the council’s room is coal, which produces 23 percent of the region’s electricity but spews out 87 percent of the region’s pollution. The ...
Sargent, Todd I appreciate their efforts on energy efficiency and focus on renewables, but would like to see those efforts fortified with a reduction in greenhouse emissions.
Saude, Debra J To whom this concerns, Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand for ...
Saude, Debra J, Dear Council Members; Though the current draft of the 6th Power and Conservation Plan would stabilize carbon emissions by meeting virtually all of our new electricity needs over the next 20 years ...
Saylor, Julia M Thank you for considering my comments. In the NWPCC final plan, I feel strongly that the following should be reflected in the final NWPCC plan: At the top of my list is that coal-fired power ...
Scarff, Steve Dear Sirs: The Draft Sixth Power Plan needs to establish targets that will greatly reduce our region's CO2 emissions, thereby doing our part to mitigate climate change due to greenhouse gases. ...
Schaad, Mary Hello; I live in Bozeman, MT and I'd like to express my support for the energy future that the 6th Power Plan prepares for and will help to create. Thank you for your inclusion of important points ...
Schlacter, Judith members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand for ...
Schmidt, Mindy Oregon law calls for a 75-percent cut in 1990’s greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, a figure the council has determined will only be reached with a virtual elimination of coal from the power system. ...
Schneider, Jerry It seems to me that electrified transportation possibilities are not given nearly enough attention as a future driver of the demand for electricity. Plug-in hybrids are mentioned (barely) but there ...
Schossau, Pamela We HAVE to make a change sooner rather than later, and reduction--or better yet, elimination--of use of coal is the change we can make that will have the biggest impact. Please plan to get coal out ...
Schreiber, James I have spent 45 years, as a field service engineer, in and around all forms of heavy industry in the United States and the world. I have seen first hand the good, the bad and the ugly of them all....
Schupbach, Sherry The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Schure, Linda Helding Hello: The following are my comments on the on Draft Sixth Power Plan. Thank you so much for this opportunity to comment and good luck. The Northwest has an abundance of energy efficiency and ...
Schwane, Walter To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. A proposal that meets demands for electricity in the Northwest through conservation and ...
Scott, Steven Brian To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Scramlin, Sheryl The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Seabrook, Kathy Dear sirs and madams, When it comes to Carbon Dioxide, there is no such thing as clean coal. I would like to see real alternatives, like combination's of wind, solar, geothermal and of course ...
Seamons, Joe Thanks for your efforts, but your plan needs to go further. The elephant in the room is coal, which produces 23 percent of our region’s electricity but spews out 87 percent of its pollution. Your ...
Seattle City Light see attached
Sechrist, Shelley The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Selander, Spencer We need a plan that reduces carbon emissions, primarily by eliminating dependence on coal-fired power plants; while the draft 6th Power and Conservation Plan represents progress, it is inadequate....
Senic, Daniel see attached
Sennett, Clinton The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Sennett, Clinton The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Sevaly, Jim The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Shade, Pat To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Shanklin, Monica The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Shapiro, David I appreciate the work you're doing to increase energy efficiency and your focus on renewable energy sources. But your plan needs to chart a path towards elimination of coal-burning plants. These ...
Shawn, Susan Thank you for focusing, in your power plan, on renewable energy, and to some extent, clean energy. I appreciate that work, and support that direction. I think we probably also need to focus way ...
Shepherd, Lee I urge the use all energy resources, hydro, nuclear, and coal, to keep prices low during these trying economic times. Please reject the clearly partisan, opportunist, alarmist climate change ...
Shewell, Jarom Thank you for this opportunity to comment. While the current draft plan is an encouraging start toward clean energy, sadly it falls far short. The time has long passed for half-measures and token ...
Shinn, Nancy Dear Sirs: Please increase our renewable energy options. Make them a priority. We can put many people to work building these facilities. And please take our coal powered plants out of ...
Shippey, Mike Oregon has a history of progressive environmental regulations, established in recognition of our outstanding landscapes. I believe further development of coal burning power plants in our state would ...
Shores, Karen Please work diligently to phase out coal fired plants.... We don't like to have our breathing air polluted. They are major contributors to Global warming which is upon us... not in the future....
Showalter, Glenn I support the position of the NW Energy Council.
Showalter, Thomas E Iam a retired science teacher . I grew up in northern Illinois in a home that was heated bt Bituminous coal. Most homes cooked on iether coal or wood fired stoves as the only gas available was ...
Shurgot, Michael W. Dear NPCC: I have been active in environmental work for The Mountaineers and the Sierra Club for over 25 years in the Seattle area. Among the many issues I have worked on are expansion and ...
Siegel, Craig The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Siegle, Anne Adopt a final regional power plan that includes stronger efficiency standards, accounts specifically for the cost for carbon, and puts the NW on a path away from coal power.
Sierra Club see attached
Sierra Club supporters The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Sierra Club supporters The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Sierra Club supporters The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Sikes, Elizabeth To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. Its proposal to meet all new demand ...
Sikorski, Wade I strongly encourage Northwest to take the strongest measures to reduce climate change. My family owns a ranch in southeastern Montana, and it is very clear to me that we are already suffering harm ...
Sill, David M. The Final Plan absolutely must contain definite steps to remove the 4 Lower Snake River Dams. Studies have shown beyond any doubt that removal is economically and biologically sound and necessary ...
Silverberg, Aaron I have been an advocate for renewable energy generation for more than 30 years (since the Reagan administration dismantled the Carter administrations efforts to establish long-term alternative energy ...
Silverforb, Judith Oregon law calls for a 75-percent cut in 1990’s greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, a figure that will only be reached with a virtual elimination of coal from the power system. And while the no coal ...
Simonsen, John To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Siren, Kevin Rec'd via voicemail: Please adopt a power plan that includes stronger efficiency standards, accounts specifically for the cost of carbon and puts the region on a path away from coal power.
Sjoding, David See 3 attachments
Sjoding, David Two of the attachments may not have made it into the system per the e-mail response - This may be duplicative here is the last of the 3 attachments
Sjoding, David Two of the attachments may not have made it into the system per the e-mail response - This may be duplicative
Skari, Arlo My family and I farm in north central MT approximately 20 miles from the Alberta border. We are concerned about the drying up of the west in the long run; It is touch and go now to get sufficient ...
Skuja, Maris To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Slifer, E. Move away from fossil fuels and full steam ahead on renewables!
Smith, Brian The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Smith, Jeff We are entering an era that demands we change the way we generate and use energy. The era of cheap energy is over. And we should ensure that the United States never goes to war again to secure its ...
Smith, Jerry We pay EWEB our utility to keep us green. NO ONE NEEDS TO SUFFER FROM AIR POLLUTION. THE WORLD IS IN GREAT DANGER NOW FROM CARBON IN THE ATMOSPHERE, COAL IS THE MAIN CONTRIBUTOR IN OREGON. NO MORE ...
Smith, Laurie A. To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Smith, Robert D. I live in a small city by a river that has overflowed its banks twice in two years for the first time in a half century. The cause was torrential rains so great that the dam created to control them ...
Snake River Alliance Comments to the Northwest Power and Conservation Council on Draft Sixth Power Plan by Snake River Alliance November 6, 2009 On behalf of the Snake River Alliance, its membership and its Board of ...
Sneddon, Sharon I think we are heading in the right direction, but hope the coal plant in Centralia can be phased out soon. Energy needs must be met entirely with renewable sources such as wind, solar, tidal, and ...
Snohomish Public Utility District See attached.
Snyder, David A. The draft Northwest Power and Conservation Council power and conservation plan is on target in its plan to meet our region’s rising electricity demand with efficiency standards and new clean energy, ...
Solomon, Arthur I am worried about coal. Is there anyway to get away from the coal power? Perhaps we could charge for carbon emissions. The costs for carbon emissions should be higher.
Sondhi, Gunthild To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Spearing, Joan I urge you to make a good plan better.
Speers, Alice & Doug The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Spencer, Barbara Coal is dirty. Please make the council's energy plan clean and green.
Spiecker, Katya To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Spitz, Paul The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Springfield Utility Board
Stahl, Charlotte To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Stanik, Valerie Thank you for your good work. Please consider that we need to decrease greenhouse gases in our region for the most effective strategy to fit with increasing renewable energy sources.
Stansbury, Katherine Anne Now, not in the year 2030, is the time to start planning our exit from a coal-dependent energy policy. The Northwest Power and Conservation Council’s very good draft could become a great plan. It ...
Stark, John M Do not go out on limb and rely too much on new green energy systems.
Steele, Kaye Please continue to work on this further as we need really clean fuel.
Steffen, Alex Our region's commitment to clean energy and limiting greenhouse gas emissions are laudable, but we need to go farther. We need to become the nation's leader in greenhouse gas reductions in the energy ...
Steitz, Jim I write to urge Northwest Power and Conservation Council to make more aggressive use of efficiency and conservation to cut the region’s use of fossil fuels. These cuts must be as rapid and aggressive ...
Stempf, Debbie My whole family and my grandparents before our generation enjoyed the outdoors with clean water and air. This enjoyment includes the animals and fish inherent in the system. We need to have ...
Stephen, Amy The overwhelming preponderence of credible science shows that greenhouse-gas buildup has the potential to drastcally destabilize weather and, thereby, entire bioregions. This being the case, PGE's ...
Stevens, Henry Coal is one of the most polluting forms of energy that we use today. Between the potential negative effects of global warming, and the need to find new and better energy sources for the future in any ...
Stewart, Deborah Dear Mark Walker, As a 30-year resident of Washington and with children and grandchildren here, I feel very strongly that we must not only prevent increased green-house gas pollution, but reduce our ...
Stewart, Eugene We need more energy. We should look at all sources and pick the sources that are proven. Hydro-make the dams fish friendly. Nuclear-If it works so well in France, why not here? Coal-Our most ...
Stewart, Lon I support your efforts to increase the Northwest’s available energy through energy efficiency/conservation measures and renewable energy technologies. The Plan could be more forward thinking by ...
Stewart, Margaret Macdonald Northwest Power and Conservation Council members, My name is Margaret Macdonald Stewart and I've lived in Ketchum, Idaho for 38 years. After reading much of your recent draft Power Plan I have ...
Stolzberg, Karen Even if coal is scrubbed and tidied up as much as possible, there is no way around the devastating environmental damage done by the extraction. There are alternatives. Let's get smart about our ...
Strauss, Catherine Would like to urge Northwest Power to decrease C02 emmissions and move away from coal power.
Streeter, Dave Dear Northwest Power and Conservation Council, I am very concerned about climate change. I believe that the costs in cash and intangibles that more volatile weather will incur are far greater ...
Streng, Ramie Thank you for what energy efficiency and renewable programs you are supporting, I'm just hoping you can work to strengthen cutting emissions of fossil fuels and help reduce climate changing effects ...
Strothkamp, Dr. Ken The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Stumbo, Lava\onne "I want to urge the Council to adopt a clean regional power plan. "
Sukkau, Nicholas To Whom It May Concern: Please initiate policy that supports Oregon's law that calls for a 75-percent cut in 1990’s greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. To do this, we must completely eliminate our ...
Sunrise, Elizabeth Anne I'm concerned that a dirty coal plant is in our region. We need to reduce global warming emissions and stop using dirty coal for our energy needs. Many signs of global warming are occuring around ...
Surdi, Leonard As the leading signature gatherer for the clean energy initiative for Whatcom County back in 2007 I kept on hearing from all types of people (liberal, conservative, libertarian, etc.) that now is the ...
Susan, Bennett Did the coal plant emissions cause my cancer or my neighbors breast cancer? How about my friends child's birth defect? Maybe. It's possible, even probable or likely, who can be certain? What ...
Suter, Paul Northwest Power and Conservation Council: Conservation and other measures are great in our efforts to reduce energy consumption. However, I urge you to be as strong, clear and far-sighted when it ...
Swan, Linda To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Swan, Linda We need to end our reliance on coal and move toward more sustainable, clean energy resources • We applaud the Council for showing we need no new fossil-fueled power plants and for proposing to meet ...
Swanson-davies, Linda Thank you so much for your efforts to focus on renewables and energy efficiency, but we need a big reduction in green house emissions NOW, please, and certainly need to get out of coal ASAP!
Swenson, Chris To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Switalski, Adam To whom it may concern, I am writing to support a clean energy future for the northwest. As you know, coal power plants emit large amounts of greenhouse gases into the environment ...
Switzer-tatum, Paulette M. The coal industry needs to be cleaned up and greened up before it gets my support. Mountaintop removal mining has to stop - it ruins communities and environments. These elements have to be factored ...
Szynskie, Mary Kay It is no longer necessary to rely on coal burning for our generation of electricity. it is the least responsible way to create electricity. We do have it in our capacity to stop polluting with coal ...
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Taylor, Amanda The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Taylor, Amary B. To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Taylor, John To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Taylor, Llew The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Taylor, Mason We don't need to burn coal.
Teherani-Ami, Sima The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Templar, Janet We need a better plan than this
Thayer, Judith The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Thompson, Gerald To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Thompson, Martin E. We are very fortunate indeed to have the natural resosurses, such as the Columbia River, natural wind and a fair amount of solar, in the Pacific Northwest. We have imported coal from outside the ...
Thompson, Sylvan To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Three Pines Neighborhood Association Dear Mr. Walker: Energy alternatives to coal are becoming more cost feasible. Bio-fuels are (finally!) being shown NOT to provide a positive return on our investments, whereas solar and wind ARE ...
Thrower, Ashley Coal produces 23 percent of the region’s electricity but spews out 87 percent of the region’s pollution. Your draft plan, admirably aggressive in its pursuit of energy efficiency and renewable-energy ...
Thurman, Carolyn The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Tiffany, Greg To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Till, Richard Mr. Walker, I applaud the Northwest Planning Council on its decision to take global warming seriously and focus energy planning on conservation, efficiency, and renewables. The Council can still ...
Till, Richard To the members of the NPCC: I previously submitted comment on the 6th Power Plan. These comments supplement my prior submission. Of particular importance, this supplemental comment explains the ...
Timmons, Jack Please go back to the drawing board and do what was asked of you. Produce a plan that will reach 75% reduction in contaminants. That means finding a way to phase out all coal fired power production ...
Tipperman, Mark I am writing to urge you to prohibit the use of coal to meet the areas's energy requirements. The adverse consequences of coal are too severe and cannot be mitigated.
Tomlanovich, Anne The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Torrence, Paul F. To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Towanda, Trisha To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. Thanks for your work to come up with a plan to meet the electricity needs of the Northwest ...
Trauth, Melissa The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Trembley, Andrea The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Trembly, Andrea The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Trieschamann, Mary The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Trimmer, Rosemary • We applaud the Council for showing we need no new fossil-fueled power plants and for proposing to meet the next 20 years of growing Northwest electric demand with 5,800 average megawatts of new ...
Trojan, Liz Yes, let's close Boardman. Next let's form a People's Utility District. We'll all benefit from lower rates.
Trolinger, Charlotte Conservation and renewable energy sources are at a developmental stage whereby it’s feasible for us to meet the energy challenges of the next 20 years as we MUST if we want our children’s children to ...
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Troyer, Tony The benefits of cheap, on-demand energy are undeniable. Every modern convenience was created by some form of it. As long as there is a solution to continue delivering it, I will be supporting it. ...
Truman, Kessley The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Tucker, Laurie To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Uphill, Thomas R. I understand the issues with power generated coal. I do know that a more holistic view of coal is necessary. High qualitity coking coal at least for the short term is necessary of the production of ...
Vailmackin, Richard J. Please work to eliminate fossil fuels. Thank you.
Valigura, Anita thank you for this opportunity to comment. i am an ordinary citizen( 60yr old widowed grandmother). i happen to be very commited to seeing renewable energy and reduced carbon. i also pay carbon ...
Valum, Ben To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Van Fleet, Doug The Council's draft Sixth Power Plan needs to include cuts to carbon dioxide emissions and address the problem of coal power. The draft plan needs two additional pieces: 1) It needs to address ...
Van Laeken, Donna The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Van Sant, Julie The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Vanek, Josh I applaud the planning processy NWE's undertaken, and appreciate the service the company provides. As a customer, I've listed my top three priorities below: 1) I'd like NWE to preserve strong ...
Varnau, David No to coal fired power plants in Washington. As interim source of fuel while renewable energy sources are coming on line, why not natural gas instead of coal--in view of all of the natural gas ...
Vasko, Bruce The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Veirs, Scott It saddens me that the complete power plan PDF itself does not even include the words “orca” or “killer whale.” Yet again, our regional iconss -- the endangered southern resident killer whales ...
Villaume, John M. Please. It's time to recognize that we can't continue to suffocate ourselves. And coal does that. It's pollution suffocates me. I have asthma. I moved back to my home in Oregon from Egypt. Let me ...
Villaume, Mary Lyn I am very impressed with how much electricity the plan proposes to save through conservation and expansion of renewable energy sources. I am expremely disappointed that the current plan does not ...
Villinger, Beverly The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Vinny It is time to build more nuclear, geothermal and wave energy plants to meet the ever-growing power demands here in Oregon. In addition, invest in more biomass plants instead of solar and wind power ...
Vo, Jackie The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Voeller, Estelle The Council is to be commended for its very solid foundation for future clean energy and conservation plan. Now please make it stronger by addressing the high levels of greenhouse gas emitted by ...
Vogel, Mary I'm sorry I could not stay to testify verbally last night as I had signed up to do. Due to a recent injury, my own energy was flagging badly and I still needed to walk home. Here's what I had ...
Voss, Britta To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Wadsworth, John The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Wagner, LiDona Thanks for all the work you've done. Please go one stept further and eliminate coal.
Walker, Fern The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Walker, John I haven't read your proposal, but I would like to encourage use of clean energy and conservation.
Wallis, Angela Please revise the power plan so that it enables the reduction of green house gas emissions, especially those from our coal plants. Thank you, Angela Wallis
Walraven, William The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Warren A Bentley, MPhil, PhD, (Cantab) While I very much appreciate your work on promoting energy efficiency and the use of renewables, I know from my doctoral research in dendrochronology how important the reduction in greenhouse ...
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Watson, Cecilia The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Watson, Vicki to: Northwest Power & Conservation Council members: Thank you for drafting a plan intended to stabilize carbon emissions by meeting all our new electricity needs over the next 20 years with ...
Wayne, Lawrence The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Wchultz, William The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Webb, Dean To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Webb, Dean The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Webb, Randall The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Weber, James To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Weber, John I believe the plan is heading in the correct direction. Conservation and energy efficiency should be the heavy lifters. I believe renewable energy generation should be brought on-line as soon as ...
Weintraub, Dana (Mr.) I encourage you to seriously consider the numerous benefits of emphasizing energy conservation, which carries more bang for the buck. We have literally squandered thirty some-odd ...
Welch, Joshua Cut ties w/ Coal.
Weliky, Carol Need to cut C02 emmissions further and move away from/phase out coal power - I know there's no magic bullet, but we need to start working on this now. Thank you.
Welsh, Bob To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Weltzien, Dr. O Alan The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Wendt, Jackie The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Wennlund, Karen Encourage Mr. Walker to adopt a clean energy plan, specifically to phase out coal and encourage renewables, and phase out nuclear power.
Wenz, Celeste The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
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West, Rusty Let's keep extremely focused on the fact that our decisions today, will affect our Children, Our Children's Children, and the very future of Planet Earth. The goal for now is to REDUCE global ...
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Westphal, Natasha The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Westphal, William The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
White, A. E. We need to move beyond the old ways afore year 2000 of dirty coal plants emitting decades of highly polluted aftermath, and instead put the region on course to close the dirty coal plants once and ...
White, Carol The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
White, Maria To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
White, Penelope Ever since the Carter administration I have been wanting to install solar power. This summer I finally had solar panels installed on my roof which should cover my electricity use - my home and water ...
White, Ward I wanted to urge the Council to adopt a clean Regional Power Plan. I won't go into anymore details about it, but I think it's extremely important that we have a clean Regional Power Plan and I ...
Whitmarsh, Stanley & Donna The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Wichar, Den Mark Save salmon. Take down the four dams. Power lost can easily be made up with alternative clean energy sources.
Wickham, Brooke K To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the chance to offer input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. Its proposal to meet all new demand for ...
Wienker, Nancy Scott Warren Buffet's Corporation took down their damn in the Klamath watershed beginning in November of 2008. If Pacific Corp headed by Warren Buffett can see the wisdom in taking down damns in the ...
Wiles, Nadine Thanks to the council for taking initiative on cleaning up Oregon's power supply to lessen the CO2 emissions. I would hope that you will take a closer look at the coal plant that supply energy, ...
Wilhelm, Janus To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Williams, P The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Willis, J. I am interested in methods that would lessen our CURRENT (not only future) dependence on coal-fired power plants for energy; as illustrated on page 10-9 of the online draft, coal power plants account ...
Willis, Peggy Re: Comments on Power Plan to NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide comments on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. Its proposal to meet all ...
Wilson, Brian The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change, and improving our health and environment. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong energy efficiency ...
Wing, Pierrette L. Mr. Walker, Please put teeth in our regional power plan, including stronger efficiency standards than we have now, accounting for the cost of carbon as a priority, and weaning ourselves (the ...
Winnett, Sharon The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Winters, April To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Wittman, Therese To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Wolf, Joseph The problems caused by coal do not represent a reasonable risk in a world that so desperately needs to slash carbon immmissions. Let's put our money into renewables especially solar where we and the ...
Wong, Elaine The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...
Wong, Ella I would just like to support Mary Vogel's comments from Oct. 14, 2009. "NWPPC Testimony I'm Mary Vogel and I live in downtown Portland in a studio apartment where I have never paid more than ...
Wood, Douglas I am writing to urge you to use the most energy efficient, least damaging to the environment, methods of power production, and to ensure that you push for as much greenhouse gas reduction as possible ...
Wood, John I was up in the hills above Dufur, Oregon today. I could see every detail on Mt Hood clearly. It is about 15 miles west. I could see Mt Adams clearly about 60 miles north, and behind it was Mt ...
Woodall, Linda Any responsible action would include reducing the amount of harmful substances put into the air and water. I ask that you include provisions for reducing carbon emissions. Please take serious ...
Woodfield, Marion Coal is only the answer if the technology is found to render it clean. If we can spend billions and billions on our war machine, fly to the moon, explore the universe (on and on), then surely we can ...
Woodruff, Liz November 6, 2009 Mark Walker, Director of Public Affairs Northwest Power and Conservation Council 851 SW Sixth Avenue, Suite 1100, Portland, OR 97204. Dear Council Members and Staff of the ...
Wright, Linda A. To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Wright, Patti To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan is, in many respects, a good plan. It's proposal to meet all new demand ...
Wright, Peter Hi Thank you for accepting my comment There seems to me little doubt that climate change is real and is mostly cause by human action. We are wise to reduce the activities that contribute to ...
Yake, Bill To the members of the NPCC: Thank you for the opportunity to provide my input on the 6th Power Plan. The 6th Power Plan has its good points. It's proposal to meet all new demand for ...
Youngberg, Eric Dear Mark, I am unable to attend your important meeting on Wednesday. Please know that I am a firm believer in the cessation of coal burning energy plants. This type of mercury causing pollution ...
Yurk, Rick Let's take coal out of the picture completely, let's retrofit Boardman to use another fuel stock. Let's look at distributed power ideas, and natural gas or biofuel fuel cells. Let's be aggressive, ...
Zackheim, Hugh I support a NPCC Power Plan that: -- Preserves strong energy-efficiency and renewable-energy targets -- Sets goals to reduce CO2 emissions in the region -- Phases out coal-fired power plants -- ...
Zheutlin, Cathy I appreciate the efforts you have made to make our world sustainable. Your plan needs to go further. The state of Oregon must cut greenhouse gas emissions, even more than your plan proposes and one ...
Zuniga, Suzanne The plan should have stronger efficiency standards in order to CUT CO2 emissions and plan for phasing out coal completely. Solar energy could be more viable if it was better supported and ...
Zupicich, Maryln The Northwest is on the cusp of being a national leader in addressing climate change and improving our health, environment, and energy future. I applaud the Council's decision to include strong ...