AEA authorizes Battle Creek diversion
Modification to Bradley Lake hydropower facility on Kenai Peninsula expected to add 10 percent to power production capacity
During its Aug. 10 meeting the board of the Alaska Energy Authority passed a resolution approving the development and financing of the Battle Creek diversion project, a project designed to increase the power output from the Bradley Lake hydropower facility in the southern Kenai Peninsula. Meltwater....
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