Mining News: New power line may carry Alaska power
Conduit could generate billions in capital investment for northwest region mines, economy and transmit electricity to Lower 48
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The Northwest Transmission Line along Highway 37 is once again on the front burner in British Columbia, and development of the 517-kilometer-long, or 321-mile-long, power line could provide easier access to Lower 48 markets for power generated in Alaska.
British Columbia has resumed the environment....
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Considerable promise in power line
Public-private cooperation essential
Potential power sources proliferate
Alaska could make connection
Northwest B.C. mining opportunities at stake
Pre-feasibility studies under way
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