Coalition director Sara Patton discusses how The Northwest’s official electric power planning agency has confirmed, once again, that energy efficiency is the best and cheapest way to cover the next generation’s electricity needs in today’s Oregonian guest column.
Topics: Northwest Power Planning
The Columbian has an article about how energy efficiency upgrades will put more green in the wallets of 47,000 workers in four Western states over the next 20 years, according to a plan approved by the Northwest Power and Conservation Council.
NW Energy Coalition statement on adoption of the Sixth Northwest Power and Conservation Plan Feb. 10, 2010 The Northwest Power and Conservation Council has just approved the most far-sighted power plan in the official regional energy-planning agency’s 30-year history. The Council’s Sixth Plan calls for meeting most new electricity needs over the next 20 years […]
Every five years, the Northwest’s official power planning agency – the Northwest Power and Conservation Council — conducts a fresh assessment of the region’s long-term electricity needs and issues a blueprint for meeting them.
The newest edition of The Energy Activist chronicles the recent four-state hearing process for the Northwest Power and Conservation Plan.
In city after city, state after state, hundreds rallied and spoke for a Northwest Power and Conservation Plan to boost our use of energy efficiency and renewable energy.