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A study of integrating Hawaii's energy and water resources

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Title: A study of integrating Hawaii's energy and water resources
Authors: CH2M Hill
Keywords: renewable energy
water resources development
geothermal energy
irrigation
Hawaii
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Oahu
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LC Subject Headings: Water-supply--Hawaii
Water resources development--Hawaii
Water resources development--Planning--Hawaii
Ocean energy resources--Hawaii
Power resources--Hawaii
Issue Date: Feb 1987
Publisher: CH2M Hill
Citation: CH2M Hill. 1987. A study of integrating Hawaii's energy and water resources. Honolulu (HI): CH2M Hill.
Abstract: "This study was performed to determine the economic and technical feasibility of combining renewable energy and water resources development in Hawaii. The study included a general overview of water needs and the use of renewable energy technologies on all the islands. The main emphasis of the study, however, was to evaluate the feasibility of using excess off-peak geothermal energy on the island of Hawaii to develop the water resources on that island. Several potential integrated water/renewable energy projects were identified, and two projects were selected for conceptual planning.
The project findings are summarized in Section S.1. Conclusions reached based on the study and recommendations for further actions are presented in Sections S.2 and S.3, respectively."
1 volume (various pagings) : charts, maps ; 28 cm.
Sponsor: Department of Planning and Economic Development, State of Hawaii
Division of Water and Land Development, Department of Land and Natural Resources, State of Hawaii
Pages/Duration: 96 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10524/47145
Appears in Collections:Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism
The Geothermal Collection



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