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Hawaii Deep Water Cable Program Phase II-C
|1987 - Hawaii Deep Water Cable Program Phase II-C.pdf||66.68 MB||Adobe PDF||View/Open|
|Title:||Hawaii Deep Water Cable Program Phase II-C|
|Issue Date:||Aug 1987|
|Citation:||Parsons Hawaii. August 1987. Hawaii Deep Water Cable Progra Phase II C. Hawaii: Parsons Hawaii.|
|Abstract:||Prepared by G. Krasnick and J. Mansur of Parsons Hawaii for Hawaiian Electric Company, Inc. and the State of Hawaii Department of Business and Economic Development. The Hawaii multi-million electricity Deep dollar via a Water Cable Program is study of the feasibility submarine cable system from a multi-year, of transmitting the Island of Hawaii to Maui and Oahu. Funding is being provided by the Hawaii Department of Business and Economic Development and the U.S. Department of Energy. The DOE-funded portion of the Program has primarily addressed the generic aspects of the technologies involved in manufacturing, installing and operating a high voltage, direct current submarine cable system. The DBED-funded portion related Hawaii. of the Program has examined more site-specific issues to financing, installing and operating such a system in Included in the latter work has been overland corridor and submarine route identification and this environmental impact assessment.|
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