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  • Peterson, R.; Seo, K K (Hawaii Geothermal Project, University of Hawaii, 1974)
    This bibliography contains annotations of materials in the following areas: geothermal cost functions, nonelectrical geothermal utilization, geothermal developments in the Western United States, legal and environmental ...
  • Hamaguchi, Nami (Engineering Branch, Land Division, Department of Land and Natural Resources, 1999-05)
    This plan is the result of merging the Geothermal Issues and Projects Plan prepared by Mr. Eric Tanaka dated September 30, 1998, and an August 19, 1998, memorandum from Mr. Dean Nakano of the Commission on Water Resource ...
  • (State of Hawaii, Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism, [undated])
    With no indigenous fossil fuels, over 90% of Hawaii's energy is derived from imported crude oil and finished petroleum products. This reliance on imports drives up the price for electricity in the islands and makes Hawaii ...
  • Morrow, Jim (Morrow, Jim, uuuu)
    Geothermal research and development in Hawaii to date has indicated that hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is the air pollutant of primary concern due to its relatively high concentration in the Puna geothermal fluid, its inherent ...
  • ([?], [1991?])
  • Lesperance, Gerald O (Department of Business and Economic Development, State of Hawaii, 1989-04)
    From the memorandum: "On March 20, 1989, I attended the seminar on 'Successful Power Marketing for New Generation Projects.' This was an excellent course on the factors an independent power developer should consider before ...
  • Quinn, William F (Governor's Cable Advisory Board, 1988-01-15)
    This report sets forth the preliminary views and recommendations of the Cable Board based upon its activities to date.
  • (State of Hawaii, 1988)
  • Pirelli Cable Corporation and Societa Cavi Pirelli (Pirelli Cable Corporation and Societa Cavi Pirelli, 1986-03)
    The scope of this study is to determine the short term overload capability of Cable No. 116 in the event of the loss of one pole of the dc transmission system. Such a loss would result in the loss of 250 MW of transmitted ...
  • Pirelli Cable Corporation and Societa Cavi Pirelli (Pirelli Cable Corporation and Societa Cavi Pirelli, 1986-04)
    This document incorporates listings of the testing and measuring equipment to be used in the performance of the mechanical and electrical tests described in the January 23, 1986 draft of the Laboratory Test Protocol, ...
  • Dillingham Corporation (Dillingham Corporation, 1989-11-10)
    This document describes the equipment and operations planned for the At-Sea Test Phase of the Hawaii Deep Water Cable Program. This phase is being performed by Dillingham Construction Pacific, LTD. (Dillingham) of Honolulu, ...
  • Makai Ocean Engineering, Inc.; Ed Noda & Associates; Hawaii Institute of Geophysics (Makai Ocean Engineering, Inc. / Ed Noda & Associates / Hawaii Institute of Geophysics, 1986-05-01)
    The Hawaii Deep Water Cable Program is responsible for determining the feasibility of laying multiple power cables between the islands of Hawaii and Oahu in the Hawaiian Islands. One major obstacle identified early in the ...
  • Makai Ocean Engineering Inc; Edward K Noda & Associates (Makai Ocean Engineering Inc. / Edward K. Noda & Associates, 1988-11-15)
    This report describes the Integrated Control System (ICS), the Data Acquisition System (DAS) and data collection systems presently being completed for the At-Sea Test phase of the Hawaii Deep Wlater Cable Program. Two ...
  • The Ralph M. Parsons Company DBA Parsons Hawaii (The Ralph M. Parsons Company DBA Parsons Hawaii, 1985-05)
    The cable selection task is another step towards accomplishing the goals and objectives of the Hawaii Deep Water Cable (HDWC) Program. The primary purpose of this task is the selection of a cable that best meets the Program's ...
  • State of Hawaii Department of Planning and Economic Development (State of Hawaii Department of Planning and Economic Development, [1984?])
    This Executive Summary for the Hawaii Deep Water Cable (HDWC) Program summarizes the state-funded Phase II-A work that has been performed; indicates the interrelationships of the state- and federally-funded portions of the ...
  • Larsen-Basse, J (Hawaii Natural Energy Institute, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1984-04)
    Phase II-A, Task 3 deep water electrical cable corrosion testing. Initial results from a study of the behavior of some typical and some candidate deep sea cable materials under Hawaiian conditions are presented. The effort ...
  • Mansur, J; Krasnick, G (Parsons Hawaii, 1986-04)
    This Executive Summary for the Hawaii Deep Water Cable (HDWC) Program reviews work-to-date on the Program emphasizing the recently completed State-funded, Phase II-B tasks. This report also describes the interrelationships ...
  • Larsen-Basse, J (Hawaii Natural Energy Labratory, 1986-10)
    This report presents data on the resistance of some typical power cable materials and common reference materials to deterioration in the marine environment as it exists in the general region of the proposed route of the ...
  • Krasnick, G.; Mansur, J. (Parsons Hawaii, 1987-08)
    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 ...
  • Pirelli Cable Corporation and Societa Cavi Pirelli (Pirelli Cable Corporation and Societa Cavi Pirelli, 1986-05)
    The "catenary" study for the Hawaii Deep Water cable (HDWC) Program is applicable to the environmental conditions that cable No. 116 will experience at the bottom of the Alenuihaha Channel. Based on the present limited ...
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