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...linger despite spring rains. "A major concern is the impact of continued dry conditions on salmon stocks and hydroelectric energy production in the Northwest," said Scott Gudes, NOAA's acting administrator. The spring is expected to bring...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/031801/Loc_spring.shtml
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...disproportionate risks and costs.'' I agree with him that both projects offer an opportunity for needed infrastructure and hydroelectric energy. I also agree that, under certain circumstances, construction of both the intertie and the Mahoney Lake project...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/052499/Ope_weinsteinmt.shtml
Looking to Lake Dorothy for more power

...glacier-fed lake on the east side of Taku Inlet. "We are at a point where Juneau's energy demand is equal to our firm hydroelectric energy supply in a dry year," Corry V. Hildenbrand of Alaska Electric Light & Power told the Juneau Chamber of Commerce...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/011302/Loc_lakepower.shtml
Local
Increase in AEL&P rates will benefit Juneau in the future

...energy source while traditional energy sources are dwindling and skyrocketing in price. If AEL&P develops more hydroelectric energy now, it will cost more now, but as other energy sources diminish, our electricity will cost us less comparatively...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/081110/let_693503206.shtml
Opinion
After a warm winter, spring will be damp and cool

...linger despite spring rains. "A major concern is the impact of continued dry conditions on salmon stocks and hydroelectric energy production in the Northwest," said Scott Gudes, NOAA's acting administrator. The spring is expected to bring...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/031801/Loc_spring.html
Local
Lake Tyee is key to Southeast electric grid

...disproportionate risks and costs.'' I agree with him that both projects offer an opportunity for needed infrastructure and hydroelectric energy. I also agree that, under certain circumstances, construction of both the intertie and the Mahoney Lake project...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/052499/Ope_weinsteinmt.html
Opinion
Susitna Dam project continues Alaska's march toward self-sustaining power

...has long enjoyed relatively inexpensive renewable hydroelectric energy, directly improving our quality of life. Affordable...eminently doable and worthwhile goals of investing in hydroelectric energy sources today to meet the needs of tomorrow. Brown...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/112810/opi_742594406.shtml
Opinion
Intertie gets $2.5 million from federal government

...is intended to replace diesel-generated energy in Hoonah and at the Greens Creek Mine on Admiralty Island with hydroelectric energy by transmitting lower-cost power generated in Juneau to those areas. Hoonah and the mine are dependent on stand-alone...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/072003/sta_intertie.shtml
News
My turn: Surplus energy sales benefit Juneau

...systems, to Princess Cruise Lines and to the Greens Creek Mine. These interruptible customers purchase only surplus hydroelectric energy that is projected to spill from the reservoirs. Surplus energy sales are used by AELP to manage hydro facilities...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/112607/opi_20071126012.shtml
Opinion
Alaska Digest

...statement and project alternatives. Kootznoowoo Inc., the Angoon rural Native corporation, proposes to develop hydroelectric energy in the steep section of Thayer Creek below a natural fish passage barrier. The lower section of Thayer Creek supports...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/062007/sta_20070620027.shtml
News

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