Individual and community response to energy facility siting

an annotated bibliography
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  • English
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StatementChristopher Cluett, Marjorie Greene, and Linda Radford.
SeriesPublic administration series : Bibliography ;, P-493, Public administration series--bibliography ;, P-493.
ContributionsGreene, Marjorie, joint author., Radford, Linda, joint author.
LC ClassificationsZ5853.P83 C58, HD9502.U52 C58
The Physical Object
Pagination50 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4139935M
LC Control Number80118271

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This book explores siting dilemmas - situations in which an "authority" (e.g., Congress, a consortium of utilities) deems it in the best interest of society to build a facility such as an incinerator, but opponents living near the proposed site thwart the plan.

Facility developers typically. How To Use This Book 2 Layers of Safety 4 References 6. MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW. Implications of Siting and Layout 7 Management of Risks 8 Basis for Facility Siting and Layout 8 Changing World 3.

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The Energy Facilities Siting Board (EFSB) is an independent state board that reviews proposed large energy facilities including power plants, electric transmission lines, intra-state natural gas pipelines, and natural gas storage tanks.

Energy Facility Siting Council Members. BARRY BEYELER, Chair. Appointed by Gov. Ted Kulongoski Term 0: May 4, to J Re-Appointed by Gov. John Kitzhaber. Oregon's Energy Facility Siting Council is made up of seven volunteer members who are appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate.

The Energy Facility Siting Council is responsible for overseeing the development of large electric generating facilities, high voltage transmission lines, gas pipelines, radioactive waste disposal sites, and other projects.

Project Change request by NSTAR Electric Company d/b/a Eversource Energy, in EFSB /D.P.U. /, the facility approved by the Energy Facilities Siting Board in its Final Decision dated December 1, Notice.

Notice (translated in Spanish) Notice Translated in Portuguese) M. Kathryn Sedor: EFSBA: EFSB /D.P.U. jurisdictions, community members, tribes, and energy developers in the siting process. Energy Facility Siting Council The legislature established EFS inand charged the council with overseeing energy facility siting in Oregon.

The seven-member independent citizen body is appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate. CITIZENS GUIDE TO SITING COUNCIL PROCEDURES FOR ELECTRIC GENERATING FACILITIES 1. The Connecticut Siting Council The Connecticut Siting Council (Council) consists of nine members from all over the state.

The applicant is the company proposing to build an energy facility, such as an electric transmission line, fuel transmission line. Strategy for Siting and Operating Waste Transfer Stations. This report made several recommen-dations to EPA concerning proper and equi-table siting and operation of transfer stations.

In response in to this report, EPA has devel-oped this manual and its companion publica. provides for the siting of major electric generating facilities. A major electric generating facility is defined as having a nameplate capacity of 25 MW (megawatts) or greater per year.

The law also applies to existing major electric generating facilities that are File Size: KB. energy facility siting board’s first set of data requests DATA REQUEST NO. Provide copies of any materials distributed as part of National Grid’s community outreach, including briefing material to.

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This chapter examines social issues involved in the siting and operation of waste-incineration facilities (such as incinerators and industrial boilers and furnaces), including possible social, economic, and psychological effects of incineration and how these might influence community interactions and estimates of health effects.

energy supply crisis. The siting- of energy facilities presents its greatest challenge in the coastal zone where urban congestion is intense, while biological and recreational production is high. The Coastal Zone Management Program is a response to the interplay.

EFSEC coordinates all evaluation and licensing steps for siting certain energy facilities in Washington.

EFSEC specifies the conditions of construction and operation. If approved, a Site Certification Agreement is issued in lieu of any other individual state or local agency permits.

Energy Conversion Facility Siting • The PSC sites any new plant or plant addition capable of: – GeneratingkW or more of electricity – Manufacturing or refining million cubic feet or more of gas per day – Manufacturing or refin bpd or more of liquid hydrocarbon products per day – Enriching uranium.

Energy efficiency ratings § Home energy performance score system § Definitions for ORS to § Low interest loans for cost-effective energy conservation § When installation to be completed § Eligibility of.

Energy & Government Facility Siting Section Enhancement Objectives Adoption of procedures and enforceable policies to help facilitate the siting of energy facilities and government facilities and energy-related activities and government activities which may be of greater than local significance.

Resource Characterization. In brief, the Energy Facility Siting Board – the EFSB – needs to be updated. Updated in the following ways: In any and all EFSB applications, there must be strict adherence to all and more elements of the Rhode Island state guide plans.

Not 7 that has been previously reported, but over elements within those guide plans. Energy Facility Siting Board Application Burrillville Interconnection Project Addendum to response to Question Page 1 of 2 3/22/ The chart below summarizes the relief needed from federal, state, and local boards and agencies and provides relevant citation as requested.

ENERGY POLICY & FACILITY SITING World events, climate change and economics are impacting how we generate, transport, use and regulate energy. From anticipating and navigating trends in policy and law to securing political and public support for new facilities, our team.

facilities in the Region. Facilities include: x Materials Recovery Facilities x Recycling Centres x Biological Treatment Facilities x Waste to Energy Facilities x Landfill Policy The Local Authorities will ensure that the development of new Waste Facilities in the Dublin Region will adhere to good siting principles as set down in the Waste Plan.

In locating such facilities, each level of government should be involved in critical decisions in such a way as to ensure the most stringent environmental standards. Public participation in siting decisions should be assured at all stages of decisionmaking.

Each state should have an energy facility siting mechanism with open and complete processes.

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In Oregon, the Energy Facility Siting Council has responsibility for siting large energy projects. The Siting Council has no authority to regulate energy projects that fall below certain thresholds.

For example, wind and solar energy projects below MW and natural gas plants less than 25. Title: Analysis of Hampton Roads Area and other High Federal Energy Clusters for SMR Siting.

Completion Date: August Objective: Using industry-accepted practices in screening sites and employing an array of data sources and computational capabilities including geographical information systems (GIS), identify clusters of federal sector high-energy use around the U.S.

and evaluate future. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. CLF renewed their motion to dismiss in response. Posted in Burrillville, Climate, Conservation Law Foundation, EFSB, Energy Facilities Siting Board, Energy Facility Siting Act, Harrisville, Invenergy, Jerry Elmer, Lower Wood River Aquifer, The Energy Facilities Siting Board (EFSB) ruled,against the Town of Burrillville and for.Independence Ave.

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SW Washington DC Sign Up for Email Updates. Link to Facebook; Link to Twitter; Link to Youtube; Link to Instagram. You asked for a discussion of (1) the Siting Council ' s jurisdiction over renewable energy generating facilities, (2) the process by which the council grants declaratory rulings regarding such facilities, (3) how residents can participate in the declaratory hearing process, and (4) the right to appeal decisions in declaratory hearing cases.

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