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 submits comments to the Washington commission in UE-210220, Puget Sound Energy’s proposed all-source 2021 RFP.
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 Washington Senate Committee on Ways and Means, recommending changes to SB 5126, the Cap & Trade bill.
NIPPC comments to the Montana PSC in its RFP Rulemaking.
NIPPC’s direct testimony in BPA’s BP-22 rate case, relating to BPA’s proposed transmission and ancillary services rates.
NIPPC comments to the Washington Senate Committee on Energy, Environment and Technology on Governor Inslee’s proposed Climate Commitment Act, SB 5126.
NIPPC’s closing brief in the VRET Phase II docket UM 1953.
NIPPC’s opening brief in UM 1953, PGE’s VRET Phase II proceeding at the OPUC.
The NIPPC Annual Meeting
Join us at Alderbrook!
Our annual conference is a one-of-a-kind event, where NIPPC brings together key players from across the power industry 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.
The theme of this year’s conference is “Power Together.” Given Covid-19 vaccination rates and state reopening plans, we anticipate that we will once again be able to convene at Alderbrook Resort, the longtime home of our event.
We continue to monitor the rules governing group gatherings, and if necessary are prepared to convert the meeting to a virtual event, as we did in 2020, but we are hopeful that we will be able to meet in person.
We will post updates on our website and send emails to registrants as we get closer to the event.
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org