Monday, June 15
From 3:30-5:30 (PDT), public hearing on Revised Draft Part I of the 2020 Addendum to the 2014 Fish and Wildlife Program. See details on how to provide testimony.
Tuesday, June 16
Power Committee Meeting – 9am (PDT)
Committee Members and presenters will receive an email with a separate registration link
General ATTENDEES should use this link and must register ahead of the meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
PLEASE NOTE – this is a new process from previous months. Contact Chad Madron with any questions.
- Power Plan project timing check-in (BK, CM)
- BPA scenario update
- Scenario overview (BK)
- BPA EE Supply Curves (EE team)
- BPA DR supply curves (TJ, JO)
- Summary of primary generating resource reference plants and emerging tech reference plant for draft 2021 Power Plan (GC)
Fish and Wildlife Committee – 8:30am (PDT)
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- Impacts of Covid-19 on the Fish and Wildlife Program (MF)
- Update on Amendment process: (Staff)
- Staff report on public hearing
- Update on comments received so far on Part I of the draft Addendum to the 2014 Fish and Wildlife Program
- Update on Columbia Basin Partnership meeting in early June
- Washington Statewide Salmon Strategy (KF)
- EPA Presentation on Draft Columbia River Cold Water Refuges Plan
- Update on Comparative Survival Study project (LB, PO)
Wednesday, June 17
Council Meeting – 9am (PDT)
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|9 – 9:30am||Reports from Fish and Wildlife, Power and Public Affairs committee chairs: Guy Norman, chair, fish and wildlife committee; Pat Oshie, chair, power committee; and Jeffery Allen, chair, public affairs committee.|
|1||9:30 – 10am||Update on Pacific Northwest Utilities Conference Committee regional forecast: Jennifer Light, manager, Regional Technical Forum; andShauna McReynolds, executive director, PNUCC.|
|2||10 – 10:30am||Briefing on upstream methane in Power Plan: Steve Simmons, senior economic analyst.|
|3||10:30am – 11:15am||Presentation on the Washington Lower Snake River Dams Stakeholder Engagement Report: Jim Kramer, Kramer Consulting; and Michael Garrity, Energy, Water, and Major Projects Division Manager, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.|
| ||11:15 – 11:45am||Break|
|4||11:45am – 12:15pm||Council decision: Asset Management priorities for FY2021 for hatcheries and screens: Mark Fritsch, project implementation manager.|
|5||12:15 – 12:45pm|
- Renewal of advisory committee charters: Andrea Goodwin, senior counsel.
- Approval of contract for updates to Regional Portfolio Model: John Ollis, manager, planning and analysis.
- Public comment on the draft Council budget for Fiscal Year 2022 and revised budget for Fiscal Year 2021.
- Public comment on the revised draft of Part I of the 2020 Addendum to the 2014 Fish and Wildlife Program.
- Public comment on any issue before the Council.
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