Preliminary Railbelt electric energy plans /
"Four preliminary electric energy plans have been developed for the Railbelt area. Each of these plans represents a possible energy 'future' that presently appears viable for the Railbelt. The plans were developed to encompass the full range of conservation and generation alternatives...
|Additional Author(s):||Swift, W. H. 1929-|
King, J. C.
|Corporate Contributor(s):||Pacific Northwest Laboratory.|
Alaska. Division of Policy Development and Planning.
Alaska. Governor's Policy Review Committee.
|Publisher:||Battelle, Pacific Northwest Laboratories,|
|Report Numbers:||APA 568|
|Funding Numbers:||Funded under a subcontract to Battelle, Pacific Northwest Laboratories|
|Series:||Railbelt electric power alternatives study ;
v. 5. |
Document (Susitna Hydroelectric Project) ; no. 568.
|Online Access:||Link to Full Text|
|Library Holdings:||Print Versions|
|Summary:||"Four preliminary electric energy plans have been developed for the Railbelt area. Each of these plans represents a possible energy 'future' that presently appears viable for the Railbelt. The plans were developed to encompass the full range of conservation and generation alternatives available to the region as well as to provide a direct comparison of the futures that are currently receiving the greatest interest within the Railbelt."--Executive summary.|
|Physical Description:||74 p. in various pagings : ill., maps ; 28 cm.|
|Notes:||"Prepared for the Office of the Governor, State of Alaska, Division of Policy Development and Planning and the Governor's Policy Review Committee."|
Issued as v. 5 of the series Railbelt electric power alternatives study.
Natural resources analyzed: Coal resources ; natural gas and petroleum resources ; hydroelectric resources ; wind resources ; geothermal resources ; solar resources ; peat resources ; tidal resources ; municipal refuse-derived fuel.
|Bibliography:||Includes list of Railbelt electric power alternative studies (p. iii-iv) and bibliographical references (p. R.1).|