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Regulation and Policy 2006 P5

  • 03/29/2006 -- FERC approves plan to stabilize failed Taum Sauk reservoir
    The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has instructed AmerenUE to proceed with a plan for stabilizing the upper reservoir at the 408-MW Taum Sauk pumped-storage project (No. 2277) near Lesterville, Mo.
  • 03/14/2006 -- FERC gives guidance for Integrated Licensing Process
    A new document prepared by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission offers guidance to hydropower project licensees facing relicensing, and to stakeholders who expect to participate, under FERC's Integrated Licensing Process.
  • 03/08/2006 -- Bush names Moeller, Wellinghoff to FERC
    President Bush nominated Philip D. Moeller of Washington and Jon Wellinghoff of Nevada on March 7 to fill vacancies on the five-member Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. The nominations must be confirmed by the Senate.
  • 03/06/2006 -- U.S. FERC gives suggestions for handling project emergencies
    A document prepared by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's Division of Dam Safety &Inspections provides advice to dam owners on how to be prepared to handle emergencies at hydropower projects.
  • 03/02/2006 -- FERC staff finds Priest Rapids relicense would protect resources
    Federal Energy Regulatory Commission staff has concluded a proposal to relicense and boost capacity of the 1,893-MW Priest Rapids project, coupled with measures recommended by staff, would protect and enhance resources and mitigate project effects.
  • 02/23/2006 -- UPDATE - U.S. Supreme Court hears hydro's Clean Water Act appeal
    The U.S. Supreme Court heard an appeal Feb. 21 by a Maine hydro project owner who is challenging a state ruling that it must obtain Clean Water Act water quality certification from the state because hydro plants make "discharges" into U.S. waters.
  • 02/22/2006 -- U.S. Supreme Court hears hydro's Clean Water Act appeal
    The U.S. Supreme Court heard an appeal Feb. 21 by a Maine hydro project owner who is challenging a state ruling that it must obtain Clean Water Act water quality certification from the state because hydro plants make "discharges" into U.S. waters.

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