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Published: December 19, 2017

Planning Team Announces new “Sensitivity study for the Quincy Area” Study Team

***Updated Announcement***

Greetings Planning and Expansion Participants and Interested Persons;

As discussed and agreed by planning participants during the December 7, 2017 Planning Meeting, ColumbiaGrid is inviting interested parties to participate in a new “Sensitivity study for the Quincy Area” Study Team.  This study team will focus on issues related to potential load growth which is higher than expected in Grant County PUD’s Quincy area as well as the affected systems including Chelan PUD, Douglas PUD and BPA.  We anticipate that this Study Team will initiate its activity starting in February 2018.

In order to facilitate future communications among participants, a distribution list will be created for this Study Team. For those who are interested in this study team and would like to receive future notifications regarding its activities, please contact Adrianne Barberini ([email protected]) by January 12, 2018.


Member: Avista Corporation      Project: ColumbiaGrid     
Avista Corporation

"In ColumbiaGrid, we now have the ability to resolve the three fundamental transmission questions: What transmission facilities should be built? Who should build them? Who should pay for them? With ColumbiaGrid's independent staff and process to resolve disputes, we can answer these questions effectively and in a timely fashion to facilitate our region's new resource development needs."
~~ Jeff Schlect, Manager, Transmission Services, Avista