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Montana"s Libby Dam project: more study needed before adding generators and a reregulating dam
United States. General Accounting Office
|Statement||by the Comptroller General of the United States.|
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The Army Corps of Engineers has proposed modifications to the Libby Dam in Montana to increase its generating capacity. The increased capacity would not produce more electricity than the existing facility, but would help meet high-demand daytime needs.
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Montana's Libby Dam Project: More Study Needed Before Adding Generators And A Reregulating Dam The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has not shown that its proposed project to add more generators to the Libby Dam and a reregula-ting dam downstream is economically justi-fied or the best alternative for meeting.
In our recent report “Montana’s Libby Dam Project: More Study Needed Before Adding Generators And A l®ulating Dam” (EMD, Nov. 20, ) we recommended the Corps not proceed with the Libby Project until a new benefit-cost study using proper methodologywas performed, including an.
13 Option 1. Endorse the Project This option endorses the addition of four more generators at Libby Dam, construc- tion of the reregulating dam and the proposed construction and operating plans and environmental programs associated vn"th the project.
Libby Dam Operations and Impacts. Overview and History of Libby Dam. Sources of Information. Operations Baseline and Alternatives Descriptions. Libby Dam Operations and Energy Generated Under Each Alternative – Modeled Results.
Libby Dam Operations and Power Values Under Each Alternative. dams and related water projects. Ex post evaluations assess the actual impacts of completed water projects, programs, and policies for the people, environments, and la ndscapes affected.
PROJECT DESCRIPTIOf. The Corps has begun instal latioii of four more generators in the powerhouse at Libby. Currently the powerhouse has four generators, -ted capa- city of megawatts ('i'.i) and the add-tion^l fc-jr will raise the rated caoacity 1 r of ganeration in Libby Dam from MW to nW.
♦ Libby Dam: Libby Dam-related impacts account for approximately 94 percent of forecast costs. Undiscounted costs are estimated to range between $ million to $ billion in dollars, or $ to $ million assuming a three percent discount rate and $ to $ million assuming a.
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in addition, the letter raises a question on the use of combustion turbines as a generating alternative to the expanded Libby Dam project for supplying peaking power in the PacificNorthwest.
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Where fish passage is not provided the blockage is permanent. A new degree of freedom in water management is presented here. This is obtained by displacing water, and in this paper is conceptually explained by two methods: using an excavated cavern as a.
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Constructed between andGrand Coulee originally had only two powerhouses. The third powerhouse, completed in to increase energy production, makes Grand Coulee the largest power station in the United States by.
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