- About ATNI
- ATNI Programs
- Member Tribes
- ATNI Winter Convention 2017
- Fall Annual Convention 2016
- ATNI Mid Year Convention 2016
- ATNI Fall Annual Convention 2015
- ATNI Winter Convention 2016
- ATNI Mid Year Convention 2015
- ATNI Winter Convention 2015
- ATNI Tribal Leaders Summit on Climate Change 2015
- ATNI Economic & Business Summit 2014
- ATNI Drug Abuse & Prevention Summit 2015
About the ATNI Energy Program
ATNI established the ATNI Energy Program in 1995 to ensure tribal rights and interests were represented in power and transmission issues at the Bonneville Power Administration. Over the years ATNI’s energy work has expanded to regional and national policy processes related to tribal energy, tribal electrical utilities, and transmission issues. ATNI has been involved in regional transmission planning processes, energy efficiency and conservation, renewable energy development, and technical assistance to tribes. The ATNI Energy Program works to support the policy initiatives of the ATNI Executive Board and committees, including the ATNI Energy & Telecommunications Committee.
ATNI Tribal Energy Information Library
ATNI has recently created a tribal energy library, which holds and archives the ATNI Energy Program and ATNI Energy & Telecommunications Committee work and ATNI Energy Newsletters. The ATNI Tribal Energy Library is housed at the ATNI Regional Office in Portland, Oregon.
Northwest Tribal Energy Reference Guide
ATNI recently completed the First Edition of the Northwest Tribal Energy Reference Guide a desk guide for tribal leaders, tribal energy professionals, and utility professionals. The Reference Guide provides historic information about ATNI’s energy program, policy work, and is a source book on energy information pertaining to the Pacific Northwest power and transmission system. This document was developed by energy professionals from Pacific Northwest tribes, with technical assistance from Bonneville Power Administration, and funded by Meyer Memorial Trust."