The Aug. 13 publication of the Bonneville Power Administration’s 2002-2006
rate proposal intensifies the debate over what the federal agency can do
for its power customers, and what it can do to fuel Columbia River Basin
fish and wildlife recovery.
Average rates would remain at the current level under the proposal,
according a BPA press release.
“By reducing the costs and by avoiding large purchases of new power
supplies, BPA plans to hold the line on wholesale power rates,” said …

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