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Tyee Lake project, FERC no. 3015 - Alaska
by The Office, Division of Public Information, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission [distributor] in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Other titles||Tyee Lake hydroelectric project, FERC no. 3015, Alaska|
|Statement||Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Office of Electric Power Regulation|
|Contributions||United States. Office of Electric Power Regulation|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
In Alaska, FERC collected $, in fees in the past year from hydropower projects at Swan Lake, Tyee Lake, Blind Slough, Black Bear Lake, Cooper Lake, Skagway-Dewey lakes, Beaver Falls, Bradley. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission First St., NE, Room A-I Washington, DC Mr. Jeffrey C. Davis, Project Review Coordinator State of Alaska Office of Management and Budget Alaska Division ofGovernmental Coordination "C" Street, Suite Anchorage, AK Cooper Lake Hydroelectric Project November FERC No File Size: 3MB.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tyee Lake project, FERC no. - Alaska. Washington, D.C.: The Office: Division of Public Information, Federal Energy. Get this from a library. Tyee Lake hydroelectric project, Wrangell and Petersburg, Alaska, FERC project no.
executive management review. [Robert W. Retherford Associates.; Alaska. Get this from a library. Draft environmental impact statement, Tyee Lake Project, FERC no.Alaska. [United States. Office of Electric Power Regulation.; Alaska Power Authority.;].
Tyee Lake project, FERC no. - Alaska / By United States. Office of Electric Power Regulation. Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Division of Public Information, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission [distributor], Year: OAI identifier: oai::MIU Tyee Lake hydroelectric project no license: environmental impact statement available in microfiche.
Corporate Authors: United States Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Publication Date: ; Language. English; Subject/Index Terms. TRT Terms: Environmental impact statements; Geographic Terms: Alaska; Subject Areas: Environment.
Tyee Weir Project The log jam at the Tyee outlet prevented the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) from calibrating the stream discharge. The USGS is involved at Tyee because the terms of our FERC License (No. ) state that we must measure stage and flow on the streams upon which the project is located.
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Select Region here: Region Northeast Southeast Midwest Northwest Southwest. » Order No. A» Order No. Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Act (ANGTP) In the 's and 's the original proceedings for an Alaska gas project were open under another unique statue; the Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Act of (ANGTA), Canada's Northern Pipeline Act and an Agreement between the United States and Canada.
SOUTHEAST ALASKA POWER AGENCY TYEE LAKE CHEROKEE FALLS HYDRO PROJECT, LLC CHEROKEE FALLS Project Name Project No.
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PPL Montana June SECTION 1 Introduction PPL Montana, LLC (PPL Montana) is filing with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC or Commission) its Notice of Intent (NOI) and Pre-Application Document (PAD) for the existing Mystic Lake Hydroelectric Project (FERC Project ).
hydroelectric project, a penstock which utilizes the existing pipeline plus 2 new sections of steel pipe, a powerhouse located at the pulp mill, and a discharge tube which leads to Ward Cove. Pertinent statistics on the project are presented in Table December Initial Consultation Document Page 2 Connell Lake Hydroelectric Project.
Power Agency’s MW Tyee Lake Project No. located 40 miles southeast of the City of Wrangell, on Wrangell Island, and will increase the reliability and efficiency of electrical service in the region. See U.S. Forest Service, 77 FERC 62, ().File Size: 22KB. project will have an installed capacity of MW.
The Project is located on lands owned by the State of Alaska and United States Forest Service (USFS). The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (Commission or FERC) issued a three-year Preliminary Permit for the Whitman Lake Hydroelectric Project on June 5, The permit.
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when the Swan Lake Project was intertied with the licensee’s Tyee Lake Project No. and the municipalities of Wrangell and Petersburg, Alaska, the licensee conducts a substantial drawdown of Swan Lake in the late autumn and winter and refills the reservoir in the spring and summer, aiming to reach full pool by mid-autumn.
Information on hydroelectric projects subject to FERC land use fees due to power site Swan Lake Project () Tyee Lake Project () Blind Slough () Black Bear Lake () PUD No. 2 of Grant County, Wash.
Alaska Electric Light & Power. JHI-FERC-ACOE-Letter-of-Understanding-discussion-for-Sweetheart-Lake-Hydroelectric-Project JHI-FERC-Additional-Information-Request-Response Listed below in reverse chronological order is every document that JHI has filed with FERC available for download.
the FERC Project boundary. The boundary at Mystic Lake is defined by the high water mark or elevation 7, ft amsl. The boundary at West Rosebud Lake is defined at 6, ft amsl. The total land acreage within the FERC Project boundary is acres. The evaluation area expands beyond the Project area and FERC Project boundary.
The. The U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) is one of the oldest regulatory commissions in the world that regulates aspects of electric, gas and hydropower development owned and operated by the private sector and municipal entities.2 The FERC regulates 1, hydropower projects at File Size: 95KB.
In Alaska, FERC collected $, in fees in the past year from hydropower projects at Swan Lake, Tyee Lake, Blind Slough, Black Bear Lake, Cooper Lake, Skagway-Dewey lakes, Beaver Falls, Bradley Lake, and Green Lake, even though those projects are no longer on federal lands.FINAL DESIGN REPORT INTRODUCTION The main purpose of this report is to present the final designs adopted for the completed project.
It also explains deviations from the design cri.Sometimes we must seek to balance resource needs and community needs. The Fish and Game Act requires Alaska Department of Fish and Game to “ manage, protect, maintain, improve, and extend the fish, game, and aquatic plant resources of the state in the interest of the economy, and general well-being of the state” (AS).