The Northwest Power and Conservation Council

Integrating energy and the environment in the Columbia River Basin

Next Council meeting: Sep 12-13, Council Meeting, Spokane
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Electrification Is Creating New Loads, But Is It Electrical Energy Efficiency?
Technology is changing our world at a rapid pace and in ways we couldn’t have imagined even a decade ago. Electrification — converting a machine or system from fuel to ...

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Electrification Is Creating New Loads, But Is It Electrical Energy Efficiency?
Technology is changing our world at a rapid pace and in ways we couldn’t have imagined even a decade ago. Electrification — converting a machine or system from fuel to ...


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Northwest Will Need to Add Generating Capacity by 2021 to Maintain an Adequate Power Supply
The Council projects that the region will need to add about 400 megawatts of effective capacity — generating capability that can be counted on during any shortfall hour — in ...

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Northwest Will Need to Add Generating Capacity by 2021 to Maintain an Adequate Power Supply
The Council projects that the region will need to add about 400 megawatts of effective capacity — generating capability that can be counted on during any shortfall hour — in ...







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

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

Daily Bonneville fish count

Aug 16
Chinook Adult 847
Chinook Jack 117
Steelhead 621
Wild Steelhead 259
Shad 130
Sockeye 4
Lamprey 234
Coho Adult 7

More fish counts at Fish Passage Center

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