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Environmental review, 500 MW geothermal development : preliminary draft : technical description and environmental setting
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|Title:||Environmental review, 500 MW geothermal development : preliminary draft : technical description and environmental setting|
|LC Subject Headings:||Geothermal resources--Environmental aspects--Hawaii--Kilauea (Hawaii Island)|
Geothermal resources--Environmental aspects--Hawaii--Puna
Environmental impact analysis--Hawaii--Kilauea (Hawaii Island)
Environmental impact analysis--Hawaii--Puna
|Date Issued:||12 Dec 1988|
|Citation:||MCM Planning. 1988. Environmental review, 500 MW geothermal development: preliminary draft: technical description and environmental setting. Honolulu (HI): MCM Planning.|
|Abstract:||The State of Hawaii anticipates that by the year 2007 up to 500 deliverable megawatts (MW or MWe) of geothermally-generated electricity would be needed for transmission from the island of Hawaii to the islands of Maui (up to 50 megawatts) and Oahu via an interisland cable system. For this environmental review, the areas considered as potential sources of this power are the three geothermal resources subzones (GRS) within the Kilauea East Rift Zone on the Big Island of Hawaii. Specifically, they are: (1) the Kilauea Middle East Rift GRS; (2) the Kamaili section of the Kilauea Lower East Rift GRS; and, (3) the Kapoho Section of the Kilauea Lower East Rift GRS.|
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