3 edition of Economic analysis for hydropower project relicensing found in the catalog.
Economic analysis for hydropower project relicensing
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Downloadable (with restrictions)! Theories of agency behavior are examined via an application to hydropower project relicensing by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). In the relicensing of each project, fish and wildlife agencies submit recommendations to FERC. FERC then enters a twostage deliberation process for each recommendation. The City of River Falls and the River Falls Municipal Utilities are currently relicensing the River Falls Hydroelectric Project by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. FERC issued the City of River Falls a year license to operate the hydroelectric facilities located at Junction Falls and Powell Falls on September 1,
For the relicensing event calendar, studies, and filings, see NID's Yuba-Bear Project Relicensing Website. The Yuba-Bear and Drum-Spaulding Projects hold joint meetings because the hydropower projects are so interlinked and being relicensed simultaneously. The NID relicensing website is used for the most updated coordinated schedule and filings. ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT FOR HYDROPOWER PROJECT PILOT LICENSE Cobscook Bay Tidal Energy Project—FERC Project No. (DOE/EA) Maine Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Office of Energy Projects Division of Hydropower Licensing First Street, NE Washington, DC U.S. Department of Energy.
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Overview of the Federal Power Act and the Hydropower Relicensing Process: PDF k: 3. FERC's Economic Methodology: PDF k: 4. Potential Refinements to FERC's Economic Mehtodology: PDF k: 5.
Primary Methods and Key Concepts for Valuing Non-Power Benefits: PDF k: 6. Secondary Methods for Valuing Non-Power Benefits: Benefits Transfer.
Get this from a library. Economic analysis for hydropower project relicensing: guidance and alternative methods. [Robert Black; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Division of Economics.;]. ECONOMIC ANALYSIS FOR HYDROPOWER PROJECT RELICENSING: GUIDANCE AND ALTERNATIVE METHODS Prepared for: Division of Economics U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Department of the Interior Prepared by: Robert Black, Bruce McKenney, and Robert Unsworth Industrial Economics, Incorporated Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, Massachusetts and. 2 Nenskra Hydropower Project Overview The Nenskra Hydropower Project (the Project or Nenskra HPP) is a planned megawatt (MW) hydropower facility located in the Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti District of the Republic of Georgia.
The Project will dam the Nenskra river and be operated year around. Economic analysis for hydropower project relicensing book Figure for the Project’s Size: KB.
Training Manual Hydropower and Economic. Development. Network for Sustainable Hydropower Development in the Mekong Countries (NSHD-M) Published by.
Final Environmental Impact Statement for Relicensing of the Klamath Hydroelectric Project No. Issued: Novem Commission staff prepared a Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for relicensing of PacifiCorp’s megawatt Klamath Hydroelectric Project, located primarily on the Klamath River in Klamath County, Oregon.
relicensing process (as shown below). The process is designed to identify and obtain information from the public and organizations, including potential benefits, effects, and recommendations.
We’ll soon begin work on the recently released Study Plan. We’ll use the results to create our relicensing application. StudyAquatic-Invasive-Species ; StudyQuail-Lake-Fisheries ; StudyPyramid-Reach-Fish-Populations ; StudySpecial-Status-Aquatic-Amphibians-and-Semi-Aquatic.
hydropower project Issued for a term up to 50 years Includes measures to protect The Commission will begin its post-filing environmental analysis When would I hear that an existing project is up for relicensing. The owner of an existing project, or licensee, must file with the Commission a notice.
The ILP Relicensing Process Relicensing of the South SWP Hydropower Project (Project) follows the Integrated Licensing Process (ILP) as designated by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). The first step in this process is the filing of a Notice of Intent (NOI) and a Pre-Application Document (PAD).
Industrial Economics Inc () “Economic Anal ysis of Hydropower Project Relicensing; Guidance and Methods” Report prepared for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Washington DC.
economic modeling of relicensing and decommissioning options for the klamath basin hydroelectric project prepared for: california energy commission in cooperation with: u.s. department of the interior prepared by: c onsultant r eport november cec Economic Analysis of Small Hydropower Project – A Case Study of Lower Khare Small Hydropower Project Assumptions for economic analysis The construction period is approximated as 3 years (DPR,) Capital investment in different time line of project (Hosseini et.
al.,) 37% in Year 1 File Size: KB. provides a template for FERC s economic analysis of hydroelectric dam relicensing. FERC has regulatory authority for more than1,projectsintheUnitedStates,yet it routinely fails to estimate the benefits and/or costs of nonmarket goods and ser-vices inits analyses for relicensing proceed-ings.
Cost Analysis of Hydr opo w er List of tables List of figures Table Definition of small hydropower by country (MW) 11 Table Hydropower resource potentials in selected countries 13 Table top ten countries by installed hydropower capacity and generation share, 14 Table Sensitivity of the LCoE of hydropower projects to discount rates and economic lifetimes Economic design criteria, investment and socio-economic analysis, environmental impact assessment studies and measures for mitigation of unfavourable environmental impacts.
Learning outcome The course is offered in English to the students in first year in the MSc programme Hydropower Development and third or fourth year of the studies.
Nepal Hydropower Development Program (NHDP) With over 90% of the country’s total electricity generation capacity generated by hydropower plants, Nepal is heavily dependent on hydro resources to meet its energy demands.
Hydropower plays a particularly important role in Nepal’s economic future because of the scale of its potential. Economic analysis of potential Blue Nile hydropower projects. The analysis uses an integrated hydro-economic model that accounts for how the dam’s transboundary impacts vary with climate change.
The real value of the dam is found to be highly sensitive to assumptions about future economic growth. The argument for investment is weakest.
The Devil Canyon Project Relicensing will be using the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s Traditional Licensing Process (TLP). This website provides information about the relicensing process, access to public documents and details about the Project, public.
This website serves as an information source for people interested in learning more about the Harris Project and the relicensing process.
The Project. The MW Project consists of a dam, spillway, powerhouse and a 9,acre reservoir, Lake Harris. Lake Harris is located on the Tallapoosa River, near Lineville, Alabama. Preparing for FERC Hydropower Relicensing: An Activist’s Guide April Page 3 Discharge: The release of flow from a dam, powerhouse, or other control structure.The role of ecosystem valuation in environmental decision making: Hydropower relicensing and dam removal on the Elwha River the role and contribution of economic analysis, and specifically.Kotchen, Matthew J., Michael R.
Moore, Frank Lupi, and Edward S. Rutherford. "Environmental Constraints on Hydropower: An Ex Post Benefit-Cost Analysis of Dam Relicensing in Michigan." Land Economics Larinier, M. "Dams and Fish Migration." World Commission on Dams.