Igiugig applies for hydrokinetic pilot
Asks FERC for a 10-year license to continue and expand the testing of an in-river turbine power generation system for the village
Igiugig Village Council has applied to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for a license for an in-river turbine power generation pilot project. The proposal, which follows the testing of a hydrokinetic system in the village in 2014 and 2015, would involve the placement of underwater turbine ge....
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