Power Program means all of the Borrower's activities relating to the generation, acquisition, transmission, distribution and disposition of power and to the construction, acquisition, leasing, operation, maintenance, administration, disposition and rental of properties which are used or held for use therefor, including multiple-purpose properties in the proportion that multiple-purpose costs are allocated to power (hereinafter referred to as the "Power Properties").
Snake River fall Chinook production for brood years 2005-2007 for the Lower Snake River Compensation Program at LFH, the Fall Chinook Acclimation Ponds, the Idaho Power Program, and the Nez Perce Tribal Hatchery as listed in the 2005-2007 Interim Management Agreement.
Recharge New York Power Program Chapter 60 (Part CC) of the Laws of 2011 (Chapter 60) established the "Recharge New York Power Program" (RNYPP), administered by the Authority, which has as its central benefit up to 910 MW of low cost power comprised of up to 455 MW of hydropower from the Niagara and St. Lawrence-FDR Projects and up to 455 MW of other power procured by the Authority from other sources.
See "Department Financial Information--Retail Rates--Voluntary Green Power Program." In addition, the Department's IRP relies on only new renewables and conservation to meet future load growth.
BACKGROUND: In April 2016, the Town submitted four proposals for projects under Round 6 of the State Underground Power Program (SUPP), three in Floreat and one in Wembley/West Leederville.
The Deschutes Basin in Oregon was selected and a two-year pilot study process was developed and funded through DOE's Water Power Program.