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The Electric Utility Industry in a Changing World
The electric utility industry, a historically stable business, is in transition. On many fronts the sector is grappling with what it means to be an energy provider in the 21st century and how to reform an old business model.

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The Electric Utility Industry in a Changing World
The electric utility industry, a historically stable business, is in transition. On many fronts the sector is grappling with what it means to be an energy provider in the 21st century and how to reform an old business model.







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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

Sep 17
Chinook Adult 8410
Chinook Jack 851
Steelhead 1095
Wild Steelhead 162
Lamprey 29
Coho Adult 1669
Coho Jack 85

More fish counts at Fish Passage Center

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