Northwest & Intermountain Power Producers Coalition
The voice of independent power in the Northwest
NIPPC is a regional membership organization representing competitive power participants in the electricity sector in the Pacific Northwest and Intermountain region. NIPPC members include owners, operators, and developers of independent power generation and storage, power marketers, and affiliated companies.
NIPPC is an active party in state, regional, and federal proceedings that affect energy policy before regulatory agencies, legislatures, courts, and other venues. Learn more about our advocacy in filings and positions before the state utility commissions of the Northwest, the Bonneville Power Administration, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and other forums. You can see more of our select filings under “Our Work”.
NIPPC urges BPA to revisit its prior assumptions for the agency’s Financial Policy Refresh
NIPPC comments on FERC proceeding on regional transmission planning and generator interconnection, RM 21-17-000
NIPPC comments on the Northwest Power Pool’s final Resource Adequacy Program design
NIPPC submits comments in PGE’s All Source RFP, UM 2166
NIPPC’s letter to the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee expressing its views on the Energy Infrastructure Act discussion draft
NIPPC’s comments on Puget Sound Energy’s revised RFP in UE- 210220
NIPPC submits comments to the Oregon House Committee on Energy and Environment on Oregon’s proposed 100% Clean Energy Bill, HB 2021
NIPPC comments to the Montana PSC in its RFP Rulemaking.
The NIPPC Annual Meeting
Join us at Alderbrook!
Registration is open for the 2022 conference
Our annual conference is a one-of-a-kind event, where NIPPC brings together key players from across the power sector to debate the issues facing our industry.
NIPPC strives to be a problem solver, working to develop practical solutions that meet the needs of all market participants. As we move towards a low carbon future, we remain focused on creating a fair and competitive industry that delivers low cost, reliable power to the Pacific Northwest and beyond.
Now more than ever, our work sees us fostering constructive policy discussions among IPPs and utilities, state regulators and legislators, the Bonneville Power Administration and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and other advocacy and interest groups.
Join us for two days of open debate and dialogue, and be part of the conversation about powering our future.
“Currents of Change”
The theme of this year’s conference is “Currents of Change”, reflecting the many significant regional transitions underway in the electricity sector.
We will convene for NIPPC’s 19th annual conference at Alderbrook Resort, the longtime home of our event.
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Please note our COVID-19 policy: We are requesting that all attendees provide either a proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test.