PNNL Report Details How Hydropower Performs During Severe U.S. West Droughts, Maintains 80 Percent Of Average Generation

The megadrought in the Southwestern United States is the driest—and longest—in the last 1,200 years, depleting water reservoir levels to critically low levels over the past 22 years. This persistent drought has policymakers and system planners concerned about the reliability of the electric grid under worsening drought conditions and climbing temperatures.

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