HEA to Hold Thursday Grant Lake Meeting

first_imgGallagher said they’re looking at submitting a draft license application to FERC in February of 2015. HEA will hold their first community meeting on the project this Thursday in Moose Pass, where they’ll discuss the proposed plans and schedule. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享As a part of Homer Electric Association’s move to completely independent power generation, the co-op has been exploring renewable energy sources. HEA has been producing independent power since January 1 of this year. Gallagher: “Grant Lake, which is located just near Moose Pass on the Kenai Peninsula.”center_img Gallagher: “It’s a brand new day for Homer Electric, as far as being in the generation and transmission business and we are very pleased with how things are going. Lots of things that we had not done in the past, obviously, we are operating generation plants in Nikiski as well as at Soldotna, we also as our members might know, have a generation plant at Bernice Lake as well, so it is a new day for Homer Electric, but so far so good.” Joe Gallagher with HEA told us they’re ready to start thinking about the next step for a hydro electric project located on…last_img

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