2019 news features
WAPA's actual generation was 107 percent of average in water year 2018, for a total generation of 27,308 gigawatt-hours. For the same period, total purchased power was 1,982 GWh with actual purchase power expenses of $53,834,864, which equates to $27.16 per megawatt-hour.
Years of planning and months of hard work came to fruition in the closing weeks of 2018 when the Desert Southwest region energized the Hassayampa Switching Station, a major upgrade to WAPA's relay and communication systems.
The newly formed Extended Leadership Team, or XLT, kicked off the new year by holding its first formal meeting Jan. 8-9 at the Desert Southwest office in Phoenix, Arizona.
Spectrum management—regulating the use of radio frequencies to promote efficient allocation—is critical to WAPA’s core mission.
In October, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced the razorback sucker was proposed for downlisting, the second such announcement for endangered Colorado River fish species in 2018.
We told a lot of stories in 2018. Check out the top 10.
Six storms between June 28 and July 10 damaged 10 transmission lines in North Dakota and Montana. Crews had to mobilize quickly to restore power before the next storm hit.
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