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The Council's Resource Strategies Advisory Committee held its first meeting in January. The committee, which brings together a diverse range of interests, will advise the Council, its power commitee, and staff on regional power resource strategies and related matters during
The conventional wisdom of the past few years has been that the region's power system is becoming capacity constrained in part because of growing peak loads. But does the data support this perception?
Last month's cold weather, which put water pipes to the test, was also an opportunity to see how well the region's power system fared during an extended period of extreme temperatures.
For more than a generation, the Pacific Northwest has been a leader in acquiring energy efficiency. Since 1978, the region has reduced electricity demand by more than 5,000 average megawatts, about half of the region’s load growth. That’s enough
We caught up with Bob Jenks, executive director of the CUB Policy Center, to talk about the growing need for flexibility in the region's power system. CUB's recent policy conference explored the question of how to make renewable energy, with