Draft Power Plan Says Relying More On Renewables Could Impact Flows, Fish In Columbia/Snake River; Calls For Further Study

The Northwest Power and Conservation Council’s draft Northwest Power Plan now out for review suggests the increased use of solar power could lead to increased flow fluctuations in the Columbia/Snake river hydro system. The plan calls for further study on implications of future changing river flows for fish and power.

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