RDC told itís time to move on hydro
More Southcentral hydroelectric power required to meet 50 percent renewable energy standard ó and it will take at least a decade
The Alaska Legislature has set a goal of producing 50 percent of the stateís power from renewable energy by 2025. To meet that goal in Southcentral Alaska will require at least one large hydroelectric project, the Resource Development Council for Alaska was told at a Nov. 4 breakfast.
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What is needed now?
Susitna River Watana site
Glacier Fork, Chakachamna
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