1 edition of Susitna Hydroelectric Project found in the catalog.
Susitna Hydroelectric Project
|Statement||by Acres American Incorporated.|
|Contributions||Acres American Incorporated., Alaska Power Authority.|
|LC Classifications||TK1424.A4 S97 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||67,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||67|
|LC Control Number||81622756|
Agency-workshop meetings about the proposed Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project are planned Feb. 27 to March 2, in the conference room near the project office in the Sunshine Mall in Anchorage. Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project Section Wolverine Distribution, Abundance, and Habitat Occupancy Technical Report (PDF Available) October with 38 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The Alaska Energy Authority (AEA) has been authorized by the State of Alaska to develop the Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project on the Susitna River, approximately 60 miles northeast of Talkeetna, Alaska. The purpose of the project is to help meet the future electrical needs of Alaska's Railbelt region. Alaska Department of Fish and Game P.O. Box W. 8th Street Juneau, AK Office Locations.
We had the pleasure of welcoming Governor Sean Parnell (R - Alaska) and Senator Neil Riser (R - Louisiana) to Stephan Lake Lodge. Governor Parnell and his staff visited our lodge on the way to viewing the Susitna-Wantana Hydroelectric Dam Project. Senator Riser and his wife lounged at the lodge and had first-hand experience in some of our world. SUSITNA-WATANA DAM Find us online: @SusitnaHydro Susitna-Watana Hydro: • Is a planned hydroelectric project on the upper Susitna River that will provide more than 50 percent of all electricity from Fairbanks to Homer. • Will help .
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Susitna-Watana Hydro is a large hydro project that would provide long-term stable power for generations of Alaskans. The project will generate 50 percent of the current Railbelt’s electric demand, or 2, megawatt hours (MWh) of annual energy, once it comes online.
Project Operations. With hydroelectric projects, water equates to energy. The more water that is released, the more power is produced. A benefit of hydro is that it is able to quickly adjust to increasing demands, disruption in supply from other sources of energy and to provide stability to other variable sources of power, like wind.
assessing the impacts of the proposed Susitna Hydroelectric Project on moose, caribou, wolf, wolverine, black bear, brown bear and Dall sheep. The studies were broken into phases which conformed to the antic ip,ated licensing schedule.
Phase I studies, January I, to Jwere intended to provide information needed to. to cooperative investigations of the proposed Susitna hydroelectric project was signed by the Alaska Power Authority and the Alaska Department of Natural Resources in September A work plan was established, coordinated through E.
Woody Trihey, to investigate the effects of the proposed Susitna hydroelectric project on navigational. Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project. ABR’s team of subject matter experts provided technical assistance to AEA in planning and implementing the wildlife and botanical study programs for a large and controversial, proposed hydroelectric development in the upper Susitna River drainage in interior Alaska.
Revised draft environmental impact statement, hydroelectric power development, upper Susitna River basin, southcentral Railbelt area, Alaska Draft environmental impact statement, southcentral Railbelt area, Alaska, hydroelectric power development, Susitna Hydroelectric Project book Susitna River basin: Responsibility: Office of the Chief of Engineers, Department of the Army.
Get this from a library. Anchorage-Fairbanks transmission intertie economic feasibility study report. [International Engineering Company.; Robert W. Retherford Associates.; Alaska Power Authority.;] -- "This report presents a determination of the economic feasibility for a transmission line interconnection between the utility systems of the Anchorage and Fairbanks areas.
If built, the Susitna-Watana hydroelectric project would be a MW powerhouse downstream of a square mile (79 km2) reservoir behind a concrete dam on the upper Susitna River. The total cost of the project is currently estimated at $ billion, not including an additional $ million for transmission and integration into the Size: KB.
$ billion MW Susitna Project, c/kWh, may be competitive alternative for long term large scale industrial development. Economies of scope using combined heat & power would push the natural gas break-even cost into the $/mmbtu range.
$ billion MW “low Watana” Susitna Project, c/kWh, is an. A Short History of the Susitna Hydroelectric Project. Jim Thrall. Studies conducted in the 's by the United States Bureau of Reclamation identified a number of potential hydroelectric development sites on the Susitna River.
In the late 's and early 's the State of Alaska pursued the development of a two dam project that would result. Susitna Hydroelectric Project Final Report, Big Game Studies, Black Bear and Brown Bear, submitted to the Alaska Power Authority, Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project.
The Susitna-Watana Hydro is a large hydro project that would provide long-term stable power for generations of Alaskans. The project estimates it will generate 50 percent of the current Railbelt’s electric demand, or 2, megawatt hours (MWh) of annual energy, once it comes online in Alaska Power Authority, Susitna Hydroelectric Project, Environmental Studies Annual ReportSubtaskCultural Resources Investigation.
University of Alaska Museum, Terrestrial Environmental Specialists, Inc. (tDAR id: ). Susitna dam, other Alaska megaprojects inch forward despite moratorium JUNEAU — Alaska Gov.
Bill Walker has lifted his moratorium on Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project work, a move that keeps the controversial project alive but doesn’t close the book on whether the massive dam will ever be built. JUNEAU -- Alaska Gov.
Bill Walker has lifted his moratorium on Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project work, a move that keeps the controversial project alive but doesn't close the book on whether Author: Pat Forgey. CONCLUSIONS Susitna Hydro Power Project Ap Of the renewable resources in the railbelt region, the Susitna project is the most studied and best understood.
Susitna annual energy is known. Pj i id d b hi llf iblProject is considered to be technically feasible. Project has potential to expand to meet future loads. Lhd idtdLarge hydro provides stored di t h bldispatchable energy.
Alaska is moving ahead with the C billion Susitna-Watana hydroelectric project, the state's governor reported. The hydro project is slated for completion by Cite this Record. Final Report, Sub-Task Cultural Resource Investigations for the Susitna Hydroelectric Project.
James Dixon, Jr., George S. Smith, Robert C Author: E. James Dixon, George S. Smith, Robert C. Betts, Robert M. Thorson. The state agency last week filed a page pre-application document for the Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the first step in.
Wise investment in hydropower is one of the most valuable long-term economic actions the state of Alaska can take.
A review of the hydro projects shows that investigations needed for construction of the Susitna hydroelectric project will be initiated, while Green Lake and Solomon Gulch projects at Sitka and Valdez will enter their second construction season. Governor Parnell’s state budget totals $ billion, and includes drawing $ billion from reserves.
Many capital projects saw significant cuts in the proposed budget, including the Susitna.Threatened by: Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project.
The remote Susitna River offers paddling of all kinds for people of various experience and comfort levels. There is intense, continuous Class V+ whitewater in the mile Devil’s Canyon section, while lower stretches of the Susitna offer calmer and more relaxing floats that provide stunning.Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store.
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