The Bonneville Power Administration is prepared to offer a range of
potential Fish and Wildlife Program costs, instead of a specific number,
when it presents its rate case for the period 2002 to 2006.
BPA has been assembling what its describes as planning assumptions-estimated
costs that drive its rate requirements-in preparation for a mid-September
presentation to the Administration, according to Bob Lohn, BPA manager’s
for fish and wildlife.
The unsettled direction of the region’s