Wind energy alternative for the Railbelt region of Alaska /

This study describes the characteristics and costs of a typical wind farm to meet Alaska Railbelt electric energy plans. An assumption is made to locate a wind farm in the Isabel Pass area near Black Rapids Glacier south of Big Delta. The report includes a technical description, cost estimates, siti...

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Corporate Contributor(s):Ebasco Services Incorporated.

Pacific Northwest Laboratory.

Alaska. Division of Policy Development and Planning.

Alaska. Governor's Policy Review Committee.
Publisher:Battelle, Pacific Northwest Laboratories,
Report Numbers:APA 580

APA 593
Funding Numbers:Funded under a subcontract to Battelle, Pacific Northwest Laboratories
Series:Railbelt electric power alternatives study ; v. 16.
Document (Susitna Hydroelectric Project) ; no. 580.
Document (Susitna Hydroelectric Project) ; no. 593.
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Summary:This study describes the characteristics and costs of a typical wind farm to meet Alaska Railbelt electric energy plans. An assumption is made to locate a wind farm in the Isabel Pass area near Black Rapids Glacier south of Big Delta. The report includes a technical description, cost estimates, siting constraints, environmental considerations, socioeconomic considerations, and institutional considerations.
Physical Description:84 pages in various pagings : illustrations, 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."

"August 1982."

"Volume XVI."

Issued as v. 16 of the series Railbelt electric power alternatives study.
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (pages vi and 7.1-7.2).