Response to Federal Energy Regulatory Commission data request of February 20, 1985 /
|Additional Author(s):||Clarke, Donald H.|
|Corporate Contributor(s):||United States. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission,|
HARZA-EBASCO Susitna Joint Venture.
Alaska Power Authority.
|Publisher:||Alaska Power Authority,|
|Report Numbers:||APA 2608|
|Series:||Document (Susitna Hydroelectric Project) ;
no. 2608. |
Hydroelectric power plants -- Alaska -- Susitna River -- Design and construction -- Costs -- Computer simulation.
|Online Access:||Link to Full Text|
|Library Holdings:||Print Versions|
|Physical Description:||358 p. in various pagings ; 28 cm.|
"Susitna Hydroelectric Project, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Project No. 7114."
"March 5, 1985."
Series statement from label on cover.
Includes the original one-page letter from Donald H. Clarke of FERC requesting the information.
On February 20, 1985 Donald H. Clarke of Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) sent a letter to Jane Drennan of Pillsbury Madison & Sutro requesting updated the reference forecast model for the OGP-6 runs (this letter is included). The model, which is described in the user's manual (see document APA 2516), is run using a computer program call Optimized Generation Planning written by General Electric Company. It is being used for cost comparisions of the Susitna Hydroelectric Project. FERC had originally requested the input data and output results for the OGP-6 runs on October 24, 1984, to which the Alaska Power Authority responded in November 1984 (see documents APA 2509-2510), but the model had been updated since then.
|Related Titles:||This reply (answering an intermediate request) has a subsequent reply: Alaska Power Authority response to Federal Energy Regulatory Commission data request of March 27, 1985. [Anchorage, Alaska] : Alaska Power Authority, |