Integrated resource plan
The Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) is a forecast of conservation resources and supply-side resource additions that appear to be cost effective to meet the growing needs of our customers over the next 20 years.
We know these forecasts will change as the future unfolds and conditions change. Every two years, utilities are required to update integrated resource plans to reflect changing needs and available information. The last IRP was completed in 2017.
2019 IRP meeting schedule and materials
The 2019 IRP will be filed with the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission on or before January 15, 2020.
The IRP Advisory Group (IRPAG) and the Technical Advisory Group (TAG) are teams of external stakeholders and regulators who meet to provide input during the integrated resource planning process. View the complete schedule of all IRP and TAG meetings.
IRP public input reports and PSE responses
2017 Integrated resource plan
Information and presentations for the 2017 IRP Advisory Group meetings are available. The links below will take you to the 2017 Final Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) documents by chapter and appendix.
2017 Final Integrated Resource Plan
- Cover , About PSE, Contents
- Key Definitions and Acronyms
- Correction concerning revised pages D-43 and N-67 to the 2017 IRP
The public is invited to participate in the process by attending a meeting and/or by submitting a comment or question. All comments or questions submitted will be made public.
For more information, please contact the IRP team at IRP@pse.com