BPA delivers clean, competitively priced power products and reliable transmission services as well as a wide range of energy efficiency programs and initiatives.Learn more
BPA is committed to transparency and provides extensive opportunities for public participation on its proposed programs, policies and projects.Learn more
BPA’s Environment, Fish, and Wildlife Program mitigates the effects of the federal hydropower and transmission systems, prevents environmental impacts, and provides compliance with a host of environmental laws.Learn more
BPA quickly reroutes power and makes repairs to restore service during heat spell.
The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers recognized BPA’s Energy Efficiency emerging technologies team for its work on multifamily heat pump water heaters.
The Bonneville Power Administration has named Bill Leady as its vice president of Power Services Generation Asset Management.
BPA joins Western Energy Imbalance Market
BPA's value to the Northwest
For more than 80 years, BPA has been an engine of the Northwest’s economic prosperity and environmental sustainability. The agency provides reliable, clean energy at cost-based rates and brings the power of the river, from water drop to energy watt, to communities across the region.
Provider of Choice
Provider of Choice is the initiative designed to develop the policies and contracts BPA will offer its customers to meet their evolving needs and deliver competitively priced power beyond 2028.
Grid modernization is BPA's sole key strategic initiative. The grid modernization portfolio includes 35 projects designed to increase automation, improve accuracy and enhance the optimization and reliability of the grid.
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Open house - Uma-Birch Project
BPA is proposing to fund the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation to enhance fish and wildlife habitat on a 275-acre area along a one-mile stretch of the Umatilla River (between river miles 48.7 and 49.7) and along Birch Creek at its confluence (river mile 0.0 to 0.75) with the Umatilla River, near the town of Rieth. BPA seeks your opinion on a proposed fish and wildlife enhancement project involving removal of a levee and artificial berms.
Commercial Business Process Improvement (CBPI) Customer Conference Call
Meeting materials will be posted prior to the meeting on the CBPI webpage: Commercial Business Process Improvement - Bonneville Power Administration (bpa.gov)
BPA maintains 15,000+ circuit miles of high-voltage power lines
BPA provides 28% of the electric power in the Northwest
BPA powers the lives of 3 million people
BPA markets hydropower from 31 federal dams in the Columbia River Basin