BPA – History with Geothermal in the Pacific NW, Transmission Issues & Project Selection. “ Introducing Geothermal Power Generation Workshop ” John Pease PE, MBA Project Manager, Renewables Bonneville Power Administration May 11, 2005. BPA Today – Facilitator Role to Develop New Renewables .
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“Introducing Geothermal Power Generation Workshop”
John Pease PE, MBA
Project Manager, Renewables
Bonneville Power Administration
May 11, 2005
6. Transmission Availability – Describe the degree to which transmission capacity is available. Description of transmission work done to date, when accepted into the evil queue, what transmission studies have been done, capacity reserved with copies of all documents.
7. Environmental Review and Key Permits – Fish & Wildlife service up-to-date listing of candidate, listed and proposed endangered or threatened species habitat in the proximity of the project. Description of any potential environmental problems and the level of environmental review anticipated for the project. If potential opposition to the project, describe its source
7. Environmental Review and Key Permits cont.– Describe and provide copies of any wildlife or other environment studies related to the project area
8. Describe any potential interest Native American tribes may have in the project, contacts that have been made and all archeological surveys that have been done on the project.