At Western Power Pool, we help to keep the lights on by ensuring power utilities in the West achieve maximum benefits from coordinated operations. Our work is customer-driven, relationship-based, and collaborative.

Participating organizations of the Western Resource Adequacy Program (WRAP) are actively working to address regional resource adequacy. Keep up to date and stay informed.

Power Industry eTraining


2023-03-23 RAPC Agenda

Includes agenda


2023-03-23 RAPC Agenda (.pdf)
Last updated March 18, 2023
How to Create an Account

Account creation & activation at


Tutorial (.pdf)
Last updated March 14, 2023
2023-03-15 PRC Meeting Packet

Includes agenda, BPM draft outline, and BPM review process


2023-03-15 WRAP Program … (.pdf)
Last updated March 13, 2023
2023-02-28 RAPC Minutes

Includes minutes and slides


2023-02-28 RAPC Minutes (.pdf)
Last updated March 9, 2023
2023-03-09 RAPC Agenda

Includes agenda


2023-03-09_RAPC_Agenda_p… (.pdf)
Last updated March 8, 2023


Feb. 10, 2023, 2:22 p.m.
WPP Announces FERC Approval of WRAP Tariff

Order cites reliability, resource adequacy, regional coordination among program’s benefits 

PORTLAND, Ore. – The Western Power Pool today announced that the Federal Energy Regulat…

Dec. 8, 2022, 9:52 a.m.
WPP Welcomes First Participants for Next Phase of…

PORTLAND, Ore. – The Western Power Pool today welcomed its first 11 official participants in the Western Resource Adequacy Program (WRAP).

The following utilities have formally committed to …

Dec. 2, 2022, 1:16 p.m.  
What is the WRAP?

Learn more about the Western Resource Adequacy Program, the first regional reliability planning and compliance program across the West.