Income From Hydroelectric Power

Jun 17, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Alternative Energy Stocks

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litesong

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Has been said that over 90% of the dams in the U.S. don't have any hydro-electric generating capability.

Presently, our local PUD(through the Bonneville Agency) may develop a mini-hydro dam on the south fork of the Skykomish River at SunSet Falls. Quite a bit of local & environmental opposition, tho.

Another spot further up river could have a small amount of hydro electric development. However, the falls there is very scenic as is the Sunset Falls. Altho very scenic, it is immediately bordered by Highway 2 crossing the Cascade Mountains. Other spots even further up-river could supply power, but right in very scenic areas, AND right along Highway 2, also.

Already, the PUD has a good sized earthen hydro-dam on the outlet from our Spada Lake watershed, supplying 5%-10% of our county's electric needs.

Since: Mar 13

Alexandria, VA

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Return the river to its pristine condition and use Liquid Fluoride Thorium Recyclers instead.
masterblaster

Mexico, Mexico

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KitemanSA wrote:
Return the river to its pristine condition and use Liquid Fluoride Thorium Recyclers instead.
Rivers flood....therefore we have dams.

Since: Mar 13

Alexandria, VA

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You have dams to back them up more to prevent flooding. Interesting.
little

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Aug 28, 2013
 
...or to use hydro power to have ammonia(hyrogen) from water air and energy in the wet season.
it's relevant because there's no chance to build a dam everywhere.

Since: Mar 13

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little wrote:
...or to use hydro power to have ammonia(hyrogen) from water air and energy in the wet season.
it's relevant because there's no chance to build a dam everywhere.
Of course, with LFTRs, you could have the ammonia all year round.

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