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News about energy and natural resources in the Pacific Northwest

Region Should Have Adequate Power Supply Through 2020


Unless economic growth increases dramatically, there's only a 5% chance of not meeting demand. The real focus, however, is on 2021, when two coal plants with a combined nameplate capacity of 1,330 megawatts, retire. Read more.

Upcoming Meetings

APR 23 : System Analysis Advisory Committee

APR 23 : Learn about the Council at an Efficiency Exchange Luncheon

APR 24 : RTF Implementers Group

APR 24 : Power Committee Webinar

APR 29 : Generating Resources Advisory Committee

MAY 5-6 : Council Meeting, Portland

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Strategic Plan Will Protect Fish and Wildlife Investments Over Time

In revising the Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program in 2014, the Council committed to define and develop a long-term maintenance plan and process to ensure that past investments in projects that implement the program remain properly functioning and continue to benefit fish and wildlife in the basin.

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Lunch and Learn with the Council on April 23

The Council's 20 year Power Plan is the most fundamental driver of all of the energy efficiency activities in the Northwest. Attend an Efficiency Exchange lunch to learn more about the Council and energy efficiency.

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