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Construction of Central Ferry-Lower Monumental Transmission Line begins in May
The new line is expected to carry over 800 additional megawatts of renewable wind energy from the Snake River area to populations west of the Cascades.
Credit rating agencies affirm BPA is stable
The nation’s three major investment credit rating agencies – Fitch, Moody’s Investors Service and Standard & Poor’s – have affirmed BPA is on solid financial footing.
Highlights from Mainzer’s swearing-in ceremony
On Feb. 20, Elliot Mainzer was sworn in as the 15th administrator in BPA’s 77-year history. Now you can watch highlights from the special ceremony at BPA headquarters in Portland, Ore.
Water volume looking good; will runoff shape follow suit?
The amount of water available for power production and fish passage is looking good this year. It’s time to focus on how quickly or slowly the runoff fuels the hydro system and helps migrating fish get to the ocean.
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