Feds call for comment on geothermal plan
Applications for small power plant at a hot springs on Bell Island in Southeast are included in the plan; could be online in 2009
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Forest Service have a draft programmatic environmental impact statement out for geothermal leasing in the western U.S., including Alaska.
Three Alaska applications, all related to a small geothermal resource in Southeast, are considered in the draft P....
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90% of existing geothermal energy production on federal lands
Alaska applications on Bell Island north of Ketchikan
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