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Oversight Hearing on "Protecting Federal Hydropower Investments in the West: A Stakeholder's Perspective"
Wednesday, May 4, 2011 10:00 AM
Subcommittee on Water and Power
1324 Longworth House Office Building

1324 Longworth House Office Building
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
10:00 a.m.


  • "Protecting Federal Hydropower Investments in the West: A Stakeholder’s Perspective"


The Honorable Tom McClintock

The Honorable Doc Hastings
Full Committee Chairman


Panel I

Scott Corwin
Executive Director
Public Power Council
Portland, Oregon
(Truth in Testimony Form)

Chris Morgan
President, Colorado Rural Electric Association
Board Member, Gunnison County Electric Association
Gunnison, Colorado
(Truth in Testimony Form)

Vic Simmons
General Manager
Rushmore Electric Cooperative
Rapid City, South Dakota
(Truth in Testimony Form)

Andrew Fahlund
Senior Vice President of Conservation
American Rivers
Washington, DC
(Truth in Testimony Form)

Roman Gillen
Board of Directors of the Oregon Rural Electric Cooperative Association
Salem, Oregon
(Truth in Testimony Form)

Tom Karier
Council Member (Washington State)
Northwest Power and Conservation Council
Portland, Oregon
(Truth in Testimony Form)

Grant Ward
Water and Power Consultant
Maricopa-Stanfield Irrigation District
Maricopa, Arizona
(Truth in Testimony Form)

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