- Introduction (on this page, below)
- FCRPS Information Kiosk
(photos and project-specific information for 31 hydro projects)
- Current Hydrological Information
(links to specific pages on the Northwest River Forecast Center web site)
- Fish Funding 2002-2006 (updated July 10, 1998)
(information on costs and revenue impacts of different funding scenarios)
- FCRPS Definitions
- Final Climate Change Summary Report (Sept. 16, 2011)
- Climate Change Summary Report Fact sheet (revised Sept. 16, 2011)
- Draft Climate Change Report
The comment period is now closed. Read submitted comments by clicking on “view past comments” at www.bpa.gov/comment.
- Climate and Hydrology Datasets for use in the
RMJOC Agencies’ Longer-Term Planning Studies:
- Part I – Future Climate and Hydrology Datasets
(finalized in December 2010)
- Part II – Reservoir Operations Assessment for Reclamation Tributary Basins (finalized in January 2011)
- Part III – Reservoir Operations Assessment: Columbia Basin Flood Control and Hydropower (finalized in May 2011)
To take advantage of the water going through the project to produce electricity, units must be running and available for power generation as much of the time as possible, while allowing some down time for maintenance. Unexpected outages or unit failures compromise the ability of the project to use the available water flow, which is, for the most part, unpredictable.
The purpose of the web pages is to inform you about the federal system. We appreciate comments, and please direct them to Philip Thor at (503) 230-4235.
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