At its February meeting, the Council adopted its 2021 Northwest Power Plan to ensure a reliable and economic power supply for the region.
The Council invites your review and comment on the Independent Scientific Review Panel’s Final Report: Review of Anadromous Fish Habitat and Hatchery Project. Comment by March 10, 2022.
In 2020, carbon dioxide emissions from power plants that burn coal and natural gas were roughly 20 percent lower than in 2019, a Council analysis shows.
The Council's power planning staff and Power Committee are working through the comments and checking assumptions in the draft plan.
At its annual election of officers for the year, the Council chose Guy Norman, Washington, chair and Doug Grob, Montana, vice chair.
The Council's Hatchery Story Map web tool shares information about the role of hatcheries in mitigation and conservation.
Sensing technologies have become an important tool in managing the region’s habitat work.
The Council has approved for public comment the Draft FY 2021 Annual Report to Congress. Submit comments by March 18, 2022.
Could American shad, a large member of the herring family, eventually displace salmon as the region’s foremost fish?
The Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance, now 25 years old, has improved energy efficiency in the region by 859 average megawatts over its lifetime.