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" However, it is likely that hydroelectric power will continue to represent a declining percentage of the total US energy mix due to high capital costs, seasonal variations in waterflows, land use conflicts, environmental effects, water use, and flood control... "
Proposed 1982 outer continental shelf oil and gas lease sale offshore ... - Sivu 2-24
tekijä(t) United States. Bureau of Land Management - 1981
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Proposed Federal/State Oil and Gas Lease Sale, Beaufort Sea: Final ..., Nide 1

United States. Bureau of Land Management - 1979
...development costs have already been exploited. b) Environmental Impact: Construction of a hydro electric dam represents an irreversible commitment of the land...agriculture, mining, and free-flowing river recreation. Hydroelectric projects do not consume fuel and do .not cause air pollution However, use of streams...

Proposed 1983 Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Lease Sale ..., Nide 1

1983
...hydroelectric power will continue to represent a declining percentage of the total US energy mix due to high capital costs, seasonal variations in waterflows,...Pennsylvania which cost $l5 million in l97l for the dam, but relocation and property adjustment costs added $l00 million to the cost of the project. This does not...

Proposed 1983 Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Lease Sale Offshore ...

1983 - 540 sivua
...hydroelectric power will continue to represent a declining percentage of the total US energy mix due to high capital costs, seasonal variations in waterflows,...hydroelectric facility in Pennsylvania which cost $15 million in 1971 for the dam, but relocation and property adjustment costs added $100 million to...

Final Environmental Impact Statement: Proposed Southern California ..., Nide 2

1983
...mix due to high capital costs, seasonal variations in waterflows, land use conflicts, environmetal effects, water use, and flood control constraints....hydroelectric facility in Pennsylvania which cost $15 million in 1971 for the dam, but relocation and property adjustment costs added $100 million to...

Proposed St. George Basin, Sale 89: Final Environmental Impact Statement, Nide 2

1985
...production capacity and lowest development costs have already been exploited. Environmental Impact: Construction of a hydroelectric dam represents an...agriculture, mining, and free-flowing river recreation. Hydroelectric projects do not consume fuel and do not cause air pollution. However, use of streams...

Beaufort Sea Planning Area: Oil and Gas Lease Sale 124 : Draft ..., Nide 2

1990
...in water-flows, land-use conflicts, environmental effects, competitive water use, and flood-control constraints. Sites with the greatest production capacity...such as agriculture, mining, and free-flowing river reaction. Hydroelectric projects do not consume fuel and do not cause air pollution. However, use of...




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