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The Public Power Council (PPC) is a voice for consumer-owned electric utilities in the Northwest. 

Since 1966, we have been representing the interests of municipal utilities, public and people's utility districts, and rural electric cooperatives.

 

arrow 08/12/2016: PPC's comments to BPA on the proposed Integrated Program Review (IPR) and Capital Investment Review (CIR) spending levels for the upcoming rate period can be viewed by clicking here.

arrow 05/13/2016: PPC and NW RiverPartners file joint brief in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals opposing efforts to unlawfully modify the 2014 Fish and Wildlife Program. The brief can be viewed by clicking here.

arrow 05/04/2016: PPC files preliminary comments on Southern Intertie Hourly Non-Firm rates issue solutions, which can be viewed by clicking here.

arrow 04/25/2016: PPC filed comments regarding BPA’s proposed third amendment to its power sales contract with Alcoa, which can be viewed by clicking here.

arrow 04/25/2016: PPC submitted comments on PSE’s use of BPA transmission for EIM participation, which can be viewed by clicking here.

arrow 04/04/2016: PPC's letter to BPA on the Focus 2028 Budget Process can be viewed by clicking here.

arrow 04/04/2016: PPC submitted comments on how BPA could best improve its energy efficiency program as part of Focus 2028. These comments can be viewed by clicking here.

arrow 3/16/2016:  PPC teams up with national and other regional trade associations to lend support to BPA in the case BPA filed against PacifiCorp at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission defending its transmission rollover rights.  Click here.

arrow 03/15/2016: PPC's latest version of Fish Facts 2016 can be viewed by clicking here.

arrow 2/9/2016: PPC's 2016 Issue Papers on Federal Policy Topics can be viewed by clicking on each link: PPC and Consumer-owned Power in the Northwest, Hydropower and Fish and Wildlife Issues, The Columbia River Treaty, Bonneville Power Administration Issues

arrow 1/22/2016: PPC submits comments on solutions for Southern Intertie Hourly Non-Firm Rates which can be viewed by clicking here.

arrow 12/18/2015: PPC submits comments to the Northwest Power Planning and Conservation Council on the Draft 7th Plan which can be viewed by clicking here.

arrow 12/9/2015: PPC Letter on BPA Focus 2028 can be viewed by clicking here.

arrow 11/30/2015: PPC on National Letter to Congress Supporting Hydropower can be viewed by clicking here.

arrow 10/09/2015: PPC urges BPA to prevent the current and future devaluation of long-term firm transmission rights on the BPA Southern Intertie; comments can be viewed by clicking here.

arrow 10/09/2015: PPC comments on the Draft Record of Decision BPA issued in the Alcoa Remand Public Process can be viewed by clicking here.

arrow 10/05/2015: PPC comments at FERC on the petition for declaratory order filed by the Northwest Power Pool Members’ Assessment and Coordination Committee on the development of a sub-hourly energy market in the Pacific Northwest can be viewed by clicking here.

arrow 09/10/2015: The PPC Issue Papers on Federal Policy Topics can be viewed by clicking on each link: BPA Issues, PPC and Consumer-owned Power in the Northwest, The Columbia River Treaty, Hydropower & Fish & Wildlife Issues, Fish Facts 2015, Federal Energy Legislation

arrow 08/24/2015: PPC's latest version of Fish Facts 2015 can be viewed by clicking here.

arrow 07/23/2015: PPC released a brief statement for reaction to the BPA Rates Proposal which can be viewed by clicking here.

 

 

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