Generating Electric Power in the Pacific Northwest: Implications of Alternative Technologies


This report examines the implications of using alternative power-generation technologies to meet future energy demands in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. It concludes that 20 percent of the new electricity that will be produced by natural-gas-fired generation and by dams on the lower Sanke River could be replaced by a mix of renewable energy and energy efficiency without much impact on the economy.

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