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Overview of Proposed Geothermal Development in Hawaii
|Title:||Overview of Proposed Geothermal Development in Hawaii|
|LC Subject Headings:||Geothermal|
|Issue Date:||15 Feb 1990|
|Citation:||1990. Overview of Proposed Geothermal Development in Hawaii.|
|Abstract:||During the four hours of the public meeting held by the State Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) in Maui in November 1989, not one of the 200 persons present spoke in favor of geothermal development on the Big Island to supply power to Oahu. However, we were all sure after the meeting that the State would proceed on its course to develop the project in spite of any public concerns. This situation we find incredible considering there are many unanswered questions on a subject of paramount importance to the economic and environmental well being of all of us. Our concerns are well expressed in the editorial of The Maui News, December 10, 1989 . We wish to set the record straight with some facts from an economic, financial and utility planning viewpoint, recognizing also the potentially serious social, health and other environmental impacts.|
|Description:||OSTI ID: 882365; TRN: US200614%%138.|
|Appears in Collections:||The Geothermal Collection|
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