The Northwest Power and Conservation Council

Integrating energy and the environment in the Columbia River Basin

Next Council meeting: Mar 13-14, Council Meeting, Portland
rss

News




image

Northwest Governors send letter on sea lion predation
The governors of Idaho, Oregon, and Washington sent a letter to the House members of the Northwest Congressional delegation supporting federal legislation that would better control predation by sea lions on Columbia River salmon and steelhead.

image

Northwest Governors send letter on sea lion predation
The governors of Idaho, Oregon, and Washington sent a letter to the House members of the Northwest Congressional delegation supporting federal legislation that would better control predation by sea lions on Columbia River salmon and steelhead.



image

What's the Least-cost Way to Lower Northwest Carbon Emissions From the Power System?
The most cost-effective way to reduce carbon emissions from the power system is to replace coal generation with a combination of energy efficiency, renewable resources, and natural gas projects. And carbon pricing would be more effective than renewable standards in achieving decarbonization.

image

What's the Least-cost Way to Lower Northwest Carbon Emissions From the Power System?
The most cost-effective way to reduce carbon emissions from the power system is to replace coal generation with a combination of energy efficiency, renewable resources, and natural gas projects. And carbon pricing would be more effective than renewable standards in achieving decarbonization.




feature

Visit our Dam Guide, updated in 2017 using ESRI’s StoryMap tool.

feature
feature

See our ESRI StoryMap on sturgeon populations in the Columbia River Basin, California and Western Canada.

Energy Efficiency is the Northwest's second largest resource after hydropower. Read what we're doing to help lead the nation.

Stay in touch: Sign up for our email updates, or visit us at Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Vimeo and flickr