- Power Planning
- Energy Efficiency
- Power Supply
- Conservation Resources Advisory Committee
- Demand Forecasting Advisory Committee
- Demand Response
- Generating Resources Advisory Committee
- Hydro Supply Curves
- Natural Gas Advisory Committee
- Northwest Energy Efficiency Task Force
- Northwest Wind Integration Forum
- Regional Technical Forum (RTF)
- Resource Adequacy Advisory Committee
- Resource Strategies Advisory Committee
- System Analysis Advisory Committee (SAAC)
Power Supply: Adequacy and reliability
Power Supply Outlook
The Outlook provides a daily snapshot of reservoir levels, water flows, and power flows in the Northwest.
Power Generation Map
Clean (carbon-neutral) energy comprises over 70% of Pacific Northwest energy resources. See this infographic for more.
- Existing and new/proposed power plants (July 2013)
- This combined spreadsheet now includes both existing projects, and new/proposed projects in the Northwest.
- Includes projects under construction, permitted sites, proposals, recently-completed projects and recent retirements.
- Graphs below are based on this spreadsheet
Capacity is essentially the 'horsepower' rating of power plants - how much they are designed to produce at full load operation
Capability is the maximum amount of energy the plants are capable of producing over the course of an average year
Total energy produced each year
Energy brought online or retired each year (new plant construction, etc.)