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My turn: Use facts in justifying actions of Juneau's electric utility

...rca.alaska.gov, provides the following information: Sound off on the important issues at "By May '07 both Snettisham lakes had been drawn down much lower than normal," AEL&P reported. "By August 7, the lakes were clearly not filling...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/122507/opi_20071225004.shtml
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Repairs to transmission line in progress at Snettisham

...said Thursday. Avalanches on April 16 knocked out the line that supplied Juneau's hydroelectric power from the Snettisham lakes, 40 miles southeast of town. Five transmission towers were downed and two others damaged. Rebuilding the towers...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/050208/loc_274733318.shtml
Air emissions spike in Juneau with increased diesel use

...switched to the generators April 16, when an avalanche knocked out the line supplying hydroelectric power from the Snettisham lakes, 40 miles south of Juneau. Since then, the city has been running on about 90 percent diesel and 10 percent hydroelectric...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/042408/loc_271769846.shtml
Snettisham site readied for work on new towers

...damaged five others, and disconnected the transmission line that supplied Juneau's hydroelectric power from the Snettisham lakes, 40 miles south of town. Two crews of contractors from Anchorage-based City Electric Inc. worked on the mountainside...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/051108/loc_277864925.shtml
AEL&P shuts off its interruptible electric customers

...Snettisham hydroelectric plant, and how much electricity Juneau's regular, noninterruptible customers are using. The Snettisham lakes are full. But now that cold weather is here, inflows into them are no longer keeping up with the water being drained...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/103108/reg_350325319.shtml
Avalanche knocks out hydro power

...RCA. Juneau's rates rose 14 percent last fall. Electricity demand increased at a time when water flow into the Snettisham lakes was less than normal, McLeod said. AEL&P has supplemented the hydro power with about 10 percent diesel since...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/041708/loc_269314122.shtml
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