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Environmental Services works closely with numerous Federal and State agencies, Tribes, landowners, and the public to protect and recover endangered species, protect and preserve our cultural resources, and reduce impacts to wetlands, air, water, and the human environment.
The Bonneville Power Administration is dedicated to public involvement and transparency. To that end, we hold a number of events and public comment periods to update and receive input from stakeholders and the public.
Bonneville’s Emerging Technology program and Technology Innovation office offer funding opportunities for development and validation of energy-conserving technologies. BPA seeks to partner with others and advance emerging technologies and develop new energy conservation measures. This approach reduces duplication of efforts and frees up resources for other opportunities. Everyone then benefits by seeing more results in less time.
BPA 's Emerging Technology Field Tests gather performance data of selected technologies with the goal of developing cost-effective energy efficiency incentive programs. BPA seeks to partner with its utility customers and test these technologies in Northwest Applications and determine suitability for future programs. If your organization is interested in any of these efforts, please contact us at email@example.com. More information is available in our FAQ. If you are a customer of Bonneville, you can also contact your Energy Efficiency Representative.
BPA's Technology Innovation initiative includes an annual cycle of funding based on strategic needs identified in the agency’s technology roadmaps. Each spring, Technology Innovation posts a funding opportunity announcement is posted for new projects here.
BPA has partnered with public and private research organizations across the country, including labs, universities, and utilities.