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Updating project communication plan

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The KHSA was signed by more than 40 organizations, including Federal agencies, the States of California and Oregon, Native American tribes, counties, irrigators and conservation and fishing groups on February 18, 2010. Pacifi Corp agreed to a potential dam removal path for the Project and executed the KHSA based upon its assessment that the KHSA provided superior cost and risk protections for Pacifi Corp and its customers as compared to continuing on a path of relicensing.The KHSA was amended in 2016 to provide for the transfer and decommissioning of Iron Gate, Copco No. This assessment is based upon the KHSA’s defined customer cost cap and protection afforded to Pacifi Corp and its customers from any liabilities associated with dam removal.

Includes sample guidelines and interactive spreadsheets. Sections include Marketing Plan, Market Analysis, SWOT Analysis, Sales Forecast, Development Plan, Operational Plan, Financial Plan, 12-Month Profit & Loss, Projected Cash Flow, Balance Sheet, Break-Even Analysis, Personal Financial Statement, and Exit Strategy. The template pack includes the following documents: File Format: The templates are in Microsoft Word (.docx) and Excel format (.xlsx). Opening the Files: You don’t need any special software to unzip the files. Please allow 12 hours for a response as our time zone may be different than yours.The project’s five reservoirs range in size from 40 to about 1,000 surface acres.The 173-foot earth and rockfill dam associated with the Iron Gate project is the tallest dam — it forms the 944-acre Iron Gate Reservoir.The public utility commissions in both California and Oregon have concurred with this assessment by endorsing the collection of surcharges from customers in those states to fund the customer contribution to dam removal costs.The KHSA spells out the process to transfer the dams to the Klamath River Renewal Corporation, a non-profit entity formed for the sole purpose of implementing the KHSA and pursuing the decommissioning and removal of the dams in 2020.The river drains an area of about 13,000 square miles. Built between 19, Pacifi Corp’s Klamath Hydroelectric Project consists of seven hydroelectric developments and one non-generating dam. The Link River Dam, located upstream of Pacifi Corp’s projects, controls storage within and releases from Upper Klamath Lake, the largest freshwater lake in Oregon.

Water releases from Upper Klamath Lake through Link River dam are directed by the Bureau of Reclamation to fulfill the primary objectives of regulating Klamath River flows to benefit fish and wildlife, meeting irrigation demands, and providing for flood control.

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Pacifi Corp’s 169-megawatt (MW) Klamath Hydroelectric Project (FERC No.

In February 2010, Pacifi Corp and more than 40 other signatories executed the Klamath Hydroelectric Settlement Agreement (KHSA), which provides a framework for the potential removal of Pacifi Corp's Klamath River dams in 2020.

See the links above for more information about the KHSA.

Diversions for hydroelectric purposes occur after these objectives are attained.