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The backers of the $1.6 billion Northern Pass hydropower project filed their final brief with the New Hampshire Site Evaluation Committee on Friday.
The Chattahoochee River flows from north of Atlanta, and there are five federal dams that provide flood control, hydropower and recreation.
Gupta has already has cut energy costs with 500 megawatts of renewable capacity, including biodiesel generators that burn waste fish oil and a hydropower plant in Scotland connected to an aluminum smelter.
Lower rainfall in southern and western states has led to a decline in hydropower generation, forcing them to buy from other states and pushing up spot power prices, according to Indian Energy Exchange.
Brookfield Renewable operates more than 700 megawatts of hydropower resources in New York that could replace nearly 20 percent of Millstone’s output, Cuzzi said.
With few opportunities and significant public opposition to electricity-generating dams, Platte River probably won’t pursue more hydropower.
Why not investigate developing hydropower on the Yukon River?
Duke filed the recreation plan after winning renewal of its 40-year federal hydropower license for the Catawba in 2015, which required that Duke contribute $4 million to local governments for public recreation.
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