The Northwest Power and Conservation Council : integrating energy and the environment in the Columbia River Basin.
- Physical Description: 1 online resource
- Edition: [Archived version].
- Publisher: Washington, DC : Northwest Power and Conservation Council
- Distributor: [Washington, D.C.] : Government Publishing Office, 2016-
The content is made available by the U.S. Government Publishing Office in accordance with Title 44 of the US Code.
Digital collection: Federal Depository Library Program Web Archive.
The Northwest Power and Conservation Council is a regional organization that develops and maintains a regional power plan and a fish and wildlife program to balance the Northwest's environment and energy needs. Based in Portland, Oregon, the Council was created in 1980 when the U.S. Congress passed the Pacific Northwest Electric Power Planning and Conservation Act. The Council's main task is to develop a 20-year electric power plan that will guarantee adequate and reliable energy at the lowest economic and environmental cost to the Northwest. Member states of the organization are Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington.
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Description based on: archived web page captured April 5, 2016; title from title screen (viewed Apr. 19, 2016).
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