Power Generation Under IJC Regulationby George T. Berry,
Serial Information: Journal of the Power Division, 1968, Vol. 94, Issue 2, Pg. 217-234
Document Type: Journal Paper
The criteria used for developing Lake Ontario regulation plans are given. Regulation plans have evolved as experience has been gained resulting in better use of the water resource. Flexibility in the St. Lawrence releases and pumped storage facilities at the Niagara Project can be used to improve efficiency and reduce the cost of power required from thermal sources to meet New York power needs. Studies are underway to determine how much additional value Niagara power output would have if Lake Erie outflows were controlled.
Subject Headings: Thermal power | Water resources | Lakes | Storage facilities | Construction costs | Energy storage | Water use | Waste storage | Great Lakes | North America | United States | Lake Ontario | Lake Erie | New York
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