Council: Northwest Likely To Continue Producing More Electricity Than It Needs Spring, Early Summer

The Pacific Northwest is likely to continue producing more electricity than it needs in the spring and early summer, a time when demand for power usually is low and the supply of hydropower and wind power can be high because of seasonal storms and the annual snowmelt runoff in the region’s rivers, says an analysis by Northwest Power and Conservation Council staff.

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